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Found 492 results

  1. edfgi234

    Nocturne

    My fifth nocturne. Not too sure about some sections, like from measure 44. Of course let me know what you think and areas for improvements. Thanks.
  2. eternum1968

    A short piano piece

    Here is a short piano piece I wrote some time ago. https://soundcloud.com/roberto-zini-84021232/intensamente-1 Feedbacks appreciated. Thanks.
  3. The Etude-Tableau was written for the Moscow Conservatory's 2018 International Winter School, along with the Nocturne in C major, Op. 5, and the Romance in E major. This piece was the first piano piece I had written in over 2 years, and was also my first attempt at virtuoso piano writing. I brought it to the school as one of my piano performance pieces. I later recorded it at home, and this is the performance on Youtube. I hope you all enjoy it. ­čÖé Theo
  4. I wrote this short waltz for piano. I hope it can be interesting. Feedback apprecciated https://soundcloud.com/roberto-zini-84021232/valzer-dei-mirtilli-1
  5. Hi Everyone, Recently I have completed this piano piece which was untouched for a few years. It is a Theme and Variations piano solo piece depicting the fluidity of water, which is an analogy of one's life journey. Water can be shaped in different ways and has different destinations. Although the piece was done in different years (I did the theme and the first 3 variations back in 2014), I tried my best to make the style more coherent. Hope you enjoy the piece! Best, HoYin
  6. Here is my first large theme and variations work for piano. I don't think the score is perfect, but I will make these changes later.
  7. Work in progress! Well... so this year is my graduation recital and I wanted to finish with something "big" (Yeah, some weirdly restriction that limits the amount of musicians we can have on the recital) Scored for a chamber Orchestra. Every comment is helpful! 1 Flute 1 Oboe 1 Clarinet 1 Bassoon 2 Horns Strings
  8. Luis Hernández

    Life Thoughts

    This is my summer suite.
  9. I would like to hear from you an opinion on this piece as this is my first time I was writing a piece just for one instrument (in this case piano). This is also the longest piece I have written.
  10. I wrote this piece right after the Passacaglia, Op. 1, in 2015. It consists of the theme, 12 variations (one of which is a short "fugue"), and a coda. Similar to the Passacaglia, each variation flows from one right into the other. The theme was based on a short piece I wrote for an earlier composition assignment, and I wanted to expand it into a larger form. So, I turned it into a theme and variations. Here is my performance of it on Youtube: I hope you all enjoy it. ­čÖé Theo
  11. Luis Hernández

    My Life in a Nutshell

    I went over this piece once a teacher I had (on counterpoint) told me I should notate the different tempi for each instrument. What do you think? The world of polyrhythm-polytempi is wide. This is a canon in prolatio where every line is the same at different ratios.
  12. I wrote this piece in 2015, when I was 13 years old. To this day I am very proud of it, and consider it to be my first "mature" work. I might revise it sometime in the future, but as of now, it remains as is. The piece is a set of flowing variations on an ostinato. The piece often shifts keys, the ostinato switches between the left and right hands, and even the meter changes at times. Here is my performance of it on Youtube: I hope you all enjoy it. ­čÖé Theo
  13. Mikebat321

    Emotude

    Hi guys here's a 9min preview of my new piece Emotude for Piano & Cello. Full 16min recording is available at https://mikebat321.wixsite.com/michaelbates, also soon released on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon etc. Hope you like. Thanks! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zyh0E8JI-yw
  14. Luis Hernández

    Self-destruction Waltz

    Lately we talked about destruction of music, etc... Well, I did this piece.
  15. aMusicComposer

    Piano Trio

    It is often said that Brahms was a master of the piano trio. What makes him masterful? Do you have any tips for writing a piano trio? How should I use the different instruments?
  16. It was by the end of 2012 when I began experimenting with different writing styles. I guess this was the first among those (finished) pieces. This was written on June 24, 2013. And since this composition, my composing style was largely unchanged to date, so I'd be really happy to hear your thoughts ­čśŐ P.S. About the C.11 in the title... it stands for compo11, where compo# is a codename for my series of compositions when I began to get serious in composing on December 2012 . In short, this was the 11th of my compo series. Hope you enjoy it! ­čśü
  17. arpeggia

    Breeze Waltz

    Another re-post I wrote this one on December 11, 2012. This was my attempt on multiple modulations in a piece (and I hope I did it right lol). And oh, a little trivia on this one: only 2 years after I wrote this piece that I actually learned what modulation is ­čśé Comments are very very welcome, especially because I want to learn more about modulations ­čśŐ Hope you like it!
  18. Another re-post It was late 2010 - early 2011 when I became obsessed with Liszt's works, and so my later compositions had a bit of inspiration from his composition style. I had a few pieces where I attempted to incorporate a few Liszt-like motifs, although frankly I'm not entirely sure of what I am doing ­čśé. Anyway, this one here was a piano arrangement of a song that I used to sing in school during my elementary days. This was written on February 6, 2012. It was only in my college years when I realized the title may have confused a few people because they said the song they knew of the same/similar title had a melody that was very different from what I used here. But I'm quite certain that this is the title of the song that I know haha! My Toes, My Knees was my very first attempt to make a piano arrangement of a song, well actually this is more of a variations kind of piece (I'm actually not sure what to call it. If you guys know it, I'd really appreciate if you tell me hehe). And while I edited this piece on 2015, I decided to simply upload and share with you the original, untouched 2012 version because, well, this is a re-post after all ­čśŐ Hope you enjoy it!
  19. Seni-G

    The Singing House

    On the far side of the village is the Quaggi ÔÇô The Singing House. Only men may enter; it is where they go to pray. In times of plenty, the men sing hearty songs of gratitude to the various gods of the Arctic. In times of desperation, they fall into a trance of smoke and dark and sweat and hunger. Arms linked, stomping the holy ground, repeating of the same syllables, the great hunters of the village reach for the gods with outstretched arms. What does a 10 year old boy imagine of this place? Banned from entering, just like the women, but knowing in his heart, unlike the women, that one day he will be granted entry into the inner sanctum, a young boy of the village can only guess what goes on inside that large tent. He hears from a friend that the sorcerer sings his magic songs and calls upon the Spirit of the Reindeer, and his songs make the wind blow and the ice crack to reveal the seal below. Anxiety and yearning and fear wiggle through his body. One day he would take his place in the Quaggi and learn the secrets of the hunters. But at fourteen an Inuit feels himself a man, and Kotuko was tired of making snares for wild-fowl and kit-foxes, and most tired of all of helping the women to chew seal-and deer-skins (that supples them as nothing else can) the long day through, while the men were out hunting. He wanted to go into the quaggi, the SingingÔÇôHouse, when the hunters gathered there for their mysteries, and the angekok, the sorcerer, frightened them into the most delightful fits after the lamps were put out, and you could hear the Spirit of the Reindeer stamping on the roof; and when a spear was thrust out into the open black night it came back covered with hot blood. For more on this piece, please visit: https://www.senigaglia.com/tag/quiquern/
  20. A fourth nocturne. This is the first time that I have tried to compose a dark piece. Not sure if it is decent or not. Feedback is of course appreciated thanks.
  21. Sorry if I am uploading too many pieces at a time. Let me know if I should stop. I was thinking of a misty view when writing this. Hopefully that suits the piece. The main theme doesn't really change that much so that may be a problem that needs sorted, but I'm not sure.
  22. Gustav Johnson

    "VCVCBCCO"

    Used Sibelius 7 and my Oxygen 61 midi keyboard to make this today in less than 3 hours total. Pretty happy with it - thoughts? Especially of my harmonic motion at the end? That's what I'm least sold on currently. Thanks - happy Thursday! Gustav Johnson
  23. pateceramics

    Soup (Lentil Veggie)

    Hi all! Home Economics doesn't exist anymore and The Food Network makes it look like you can't fry an egg without granite countertops, truffle oil, and a degree from culinary school. I thought I would take a basic recipe and turn it into an ear-worm. With any luck, the members of any choir that sings this and a good number of the people in the audience will remember how to make lentil soup forever. The pianist has to deal with accidentals and an irritating key signature, but the choral parts should sit comfortably for everyone, be easy to read, and it repeats, which should be user-friendly for high school chorus or amateur choral groups. How does this look? Thanks for taking a look!
  24. ron in wa

    Experiment 6 30

    I use an electronic loop as an element to provide atmosphere although it's more chamber work than electronica. I've cranked up the piano click intentionally. If you are scratching your head after hearing this, 'that's different', or 'hmm', then I have succeeded.
  25. I don't think this is really a nocturne, but I composed it with the night in mind. It doesn't really flow that well in my opinion, but not really sure how to fix that. Please do let me know where to improve, as I do think this piece does need to be changed.
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