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OCR01040 - *YES* Chrono Trigger '600 A.D. in Piano'

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Klutz's piano still sounds great. beautifully played in several different feels/time signatures. strong overall dynamic, escalation etc. and enjoyable to listen to.

my only concern is that it could have been arranged more thoroughly. more attention could have been paid to flow and transitions.

but anyway,

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MY GOD

I'm half way through it and so far all of the chords are right... and now this scherzo part. I think I may have an aneurism. I'm gonna play this back with some reverb, but I really dig the arrangement. And the performance is top notch. This is MILES above kLuTz's previous submissions in my opinion, as far as the arrangement goes. I personally would have liked to see some more intentional dissonance as I think that's highly appropriate in a piece in this genre, but for what it is, I think this will do.

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The arrangement is typical (even perhaps a tad cliched) piano-fare, but this is nonetheless a well performed mix.

I may have grown tired of right hand-melody/ left hand-arpeggio type piano pieces- but personal biases aside, this certainly seems ocr worthy to me.

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I'd say its pretty typical of klutz-quality. Wherein, I have a problem with the song. I think Klutz really needs to take his abilities a step further.

There is a lot of arpeggio improv and such, but its really in the 'arranging/remixing' aspect that klutz fails this time.

Well played original, love it, but I need more.

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I would have liked some dissonance in this, but that's just me, if I could play piano this well every piece I made would have a dark side to it.

Anyway, this piece is well played and, while a bit cliche, is still very good indeed.

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