Next up is the first movement of the A Major Piano Sonatina. It’s okay, not great, not bad, just okay. Still don’t have a lot to blather on about here, which just goes to show how mind-numbingly exhausting the day job remains. I suppose I could copy/paste what I wrote over behind the Patreon power wall or whatever it is called, but then I wouldn’t have a reason to tease people they should go check out what’s behind the paywall. Not that anybody should care what’s behind the curtain, but then I wouldn’t have a reason to tease the tale of how I accidentally created a Patreon creator account. It was an accident, I swear.
Oh, and the all-in-one files for the Sonatina in A Major are staying up until after I post each movement as its own separate file, which is really just a comment added to the end of the update so I can include the “more” link.
Kind of childish really, but I suppose that’s my life at this point in the plague years.
And yes, that was a Douglas Adams quote.
The “kind of childish” part—oh, never mind.