I wrote this piece not too long ago for my composition teacher, who asked me to write something for just two instruments. The sheet music isn't very detailed right now, but I'll attach it anyways. Let me know what you think!
This is my 9th soliloquy for piano. The first 12 bars constitute a sonata beginning/fragment I had composed years ago. So this piece felt kind of like the YC challenges where we composed based on each others' themes, only in this case I composed a piece based on a theme from my 19 years younger self!
Here is the link to my 8th soliloquy for piano:
Thanks for the input! I simply prefer the garritan strings to the garritan piano; in an actual performance, the real piano (or harpsichord, as you said -- maybe with lute stop :P) would be great.
I hadn't thought about that sudden jump in bar 62! I'll have to adjust that. Thanks!
You really have the talent to compose film music. It's great! At first I thought the YouTube video's music wasn't yours but yours was written as an alternative soundtrack to the film. Then I read your name at the end of the video. I guess writing music for film would be pretty difficult. Bravo.