The first sonata I wrote is not exactly complete because I divided it up into three separate parts, each with three movements. I have not started the second part yet, although I have a pretty good idea of what the other two parts will be like.
The first two movements have a fairly repetitive bass line that tie into the chords being played on the right hand. The third movement is a bit different, mostly because I had difficulty deciding on what the theme would be. The first two were a lot easier to write down.
If you only have 10 minutes and not 20 to listen to music for some reason, I recommend this piece over the other as it's more interesting.
The other piece is a lot less chaotic/crazy and much slower. I tried to imitate hurricane-like weather by building up, having a bit of calm in the center, and eventually winding down after the storm passed. It might have made the piece a bit boring in places though. This piece is also three movements.
Note: These are played with sibelius playback.
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