Thank you everyone for participating! You all made us very happy with your entries.
@laputis and I selected the following winners:
As always, very impressive performance, James! Can't wait to see what you create next!
Very elegant page turn! When I play a composition like this, I usually want to improvise a piece of my own based on such model. Did you also have this urge?
I liked how you kept going even though it was difficult. Next time fake (improvise) the ending if you need to so that you won't stop.
Here are other entries:
Click on the links to see their full posts and support them. Congratulations to the winners! I will send them the prizes soon.
We hope to see even more entries next week! Here's a link for Week 10:
And remember, when you practice, miracles happen!
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