Ben Crockett : Pain: The Road to Beyond
 

Ben Crockett : Pain: The Road to Beyond

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Snorkel
Pain: The Road to Beyond
Ben Crockett
for Piano 

Saturday, May 05, 2007
 36 votes,   Average: 4.64   Plays: 12420


Well, here it is at long last: ,my piano solo. It's a bit lengthy, so get ready for a long ride if you plan on listening to the whole thing, which I would suggest if you're going to listen to it at all. I can't really explain it that well. It's a beautiful piece that I've spent a very long time completing, and it's still not yet complete in the sense that I may add or change some later. If I do, though, I'll keep the song updated on this website. Anyway, I hope you enjoy it.

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 benji82
sounds like all that time you spent on it paid off. this is a beautiful piece, but i guess i don't have to tell you that.
7 years ago

 JPFM
Is hard??? hahahaha!!! i can play this song!!! not a limatation for me!!!
7 years ago

 Snorkel
There's nothing here that you can't do with a piano...
7 years ago

 pi
Sometimes you should consider the capabilities of the instrument.
7 years ago

 Snorkel
Oh man I wish I had the ability to play this piece somewhere. I can play each part with a single hand, but when I try to put the hands together I screw up. My piano teacher said that my hands still have to catch up to my mind when it comes to music.
7 years ago

 rixta4545
That was spectacular. I love how you had a great sense of direction throughout the piece and how you could make each hand play its own version of a certain theme so many ways. Are you going to play this some where?
7 years ago

 Snorkel
I've been writing it off and on for about 6 months; I'm very glad you like it!
7 years ago

 Account Closed
WOW!!! It was truly amazing! It reminds me of a rhapsody, with varying themes, but it is more of a fantasia, I think. I also like the wonderful transition from c minor to C Major. How long did it take to write this piece?
7 years ago

 SailorV
At first i thought it wasn't going anywhere then when it got to the 16th and 32nd notes I thought this guy is brilliant. Lol I've also never seen musical direction of being messy or really tight.
7 years ago



 

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