Always Been Yours Chapter 943

On this day, when Sofia came to the training room again to coach Wen Shiyu on the piano, she found that the tune the boy was practising was unfamiliar, but very full of emotion.

The tune was so strange, but so full of emotion, that one could feel the mood of the tune alone, which made one want to stop playing.

Sofia was gradually drawn to the melody of the tune.

Wen Shiyu also did not notice that there was someone standing at the door, and was engrossed in the practice until it was over.

“Teacher, when did you come?”

She looked at Sofia in surprise.

Sofia came back to her senses and smiled, “I just came a short while ago, I saw you practising, so I didn’t have the heart to disturb you… By the way, what was the piece you played just now, how come I’ve never heard it before.”

“It’s my own original, it’s not quite finished yet.”

Wen Shiyu explained and could not help but ask, “How did you feel when you heard it just now?”

“It feels good, the melody is cleverly arranged and the emotion is very strong, it’s easy to resonate with, not bad, not bad, a big improvement from before.”

Sofia did not mince words in praise at all.

When Wen Shiyu listened to it, the smile on her face became even wider.

However, she was not proud, but very modestly asked Sofia for advice on any shortcomings.

As it was a gift for Feng Shenye, she wanted it to be perfect.

Sofia did point out a few small problems.

“At this place when you go into the fast melody, I think you can slow it down by half a beat to make the aftertone a little longer and seem more loving.”

“And here, instead, you’re dragging a bit.”

“Fingering-wise, there’s also a bit of a problem.”

Hearing this, Wen Shiyu looked incredibly serious and took out a pen and paper to jot down one by one.

Seeing this, Sofia raised her eyebrows slightly and asked jokingly, “Taking this piece so seriously?”

“My husband’s birthday is coming up and I plan to give it to my husband as a birthday present.”

Wen Shiyu explained with a bit of a blush.

Sofia drifted off, “So that’s why, then you get it right.”

Wen Shiyu nodded her head.

Sofia then pointed out a little more and left.

Unbeknownst to her, their conversation had been overheard by Susan who was pa*sing by.

Looking at Wen Shiyu who was practising alone in the practice room, Susan’s eyes were burning with jealousy.

She had never thought that Wen Shiyu would grow to such an extent that she would be out of her league.

No, she couldn’t let Wen Shiyu grow any further!

In a flash, a wicked idea rose up in her heart.

In the evening of that day, Wen Shiyu finished her training, cleaned up the practice room and left the band.

Just before she left, Susan appeared at the door of the practice room at the back.

Looking at the woman who was disappearing at the end of the corridor, Susan looked around and opened the door in a hurry to sneak into the practice room when no one was around.

To put it mildly, this was also her first time in Wen Shiyu’s practice room, and she looked at the ornaments around her and was bleary-eyed.

The musical instruments here were even more complete than their orchestra, and one could even see from some of the details that every single thing here was specially prepared for Wen Shiyu.

“How come this b*tch has such a good life?!”

She cursed through gritted teeth, but didn’t forget her purpose.

Soon, she rummaged through the desk and found Wen Shiyu’s music score.

Seeing the score, Susan was once again jealous of Wen Shiyu.

As a mature musician, she could see that the tune was very good.

If this song was exposed, Wen Shiyu would definitely be more famous than she was now.

“b*tch, I am never rightly not going to let you grow up!”

At that moment, she drew a part of her manuscript and left the practice room.

Not knowing if it was because she had done something bad, Susan’s insides were jumping wildly when she left the orchestra.

It wasn’t until she got home that the tension in her heart calmed down.

When she got into her room, she took out the sheet music she had stolen.

The score was not complete, which of course she had done on purpose, because only if it was incomplete could she make a good job of it.

And indeed, she had already made plans to follow it up.

She planned to give it to a musician in her circle who was preparing to release an album in the near future. By then, as long as Wen Shiyu’s complete tune came out, this reputation of plagiarism would definitely be impossible to get away with!


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