I'm SO sorry that I published this late, I got blindsided by some last-minute schoolwork, that I arguably should've already done. Regardless, that's all over now and I'm back on my at-least-one-per-month publishing schedule for originals.
This piece isn't particularly meaningful, it's kinda just for fun. That being said it's interestingly confrontational at points. I did try to make the piano a bit more interesting than usual, because I normally just use the piano for background chords or a counter/melody. This time it's the lead, and I didn't just arpeggiate the chord from the bass clef on the treble clef an octave or two up and call it art. I mean, not at first... Call it uh...an artistic style. Yeah. That's... that's what it is. Yeah...I definitely failed to make the piano interesting. HOWEVER! I succeeded in making the DRUMS interesting, at least in my opinion. I'm especially proud of the percussion in this piece.
The score is setup in a way that's very similar to "Lopata," by which I mean, I named it "Shovel" in another language, and filled it with jokes. The difference this time is that all of those little quips are in Esperanto, and are therefore additionally hidden and special. If you want to read through them all, I'm relatively certain they're all Google Translate-friendly. The diacritics might make it hard though. You might try the x-system, where you type an x after every letter that has a diacritic. Not sure how that would work out, in all honesty.
So, yeah, leave a like and follow me because I'm attention starved and demand the constant gratification of strangers on the internet to maintain my ego.