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  1. Original Piano Piece Good Evening guys and gals, I'm new here, and my name is Artie I composed this little diddy a while ago for a fan community that I like. I know it isn't really good quality, but it's my first time putting myself out there like this. So, if you can view it, maybe comment there on Youtube,or here and give me some criticism. Bearing in mind, again its my first and as of yet only attempt at publishing me playing piano. A Diamond Shattered: SU fan piece Thanks again for the support, and I hope to hear something soon. ~Artie
  2. Mikebat321

    Emotude

    Hey guys, just a short snippet of what Im working on atm, Emotude for piano and cello. It's still rough around the edges, but Its gonna be epic, about 30mins long. Wish me luck! Mike
  3. Tapir Music

    Tuba Concerto

    This is a tuba concerto with piano I have been working on for quite a while. Originally this was meant to span multiple movements but I decided to run the movements together and give it cyclic properties. The sustain pedal on the piano is just holding out on this midi rendering so it gets muddy and the 8va markings cause both staves to move up or down an octave for whatever reason even if I didn't write it like that. Anyways, I hope you enjoy and criticism is welcome.
  4. Mathieux

    Four Short Movements

    Hey everyone! It's been a very long time! I first joined here around a decade ago, and never stopped composing! I've since moved to Sweden from the US, and am studying composition at a conservatory here. I wanted to share my first big project from last term, where we were to compose for a chamber ensemble of fantastic musicians (Norrbottens NEO, in case you're interested). As first years, we weren't on their actual recital and were encouraged to write music as difficult as we wanted and try new things. Unfortunately, their percussionist was ill on the day of the rehearsal/recording, and we only had about an hour each to rehears and record, so it didn't turn out as great as I had hoped. It was still an awesome learning experience, and given a few more hours of rehearsal I'm sure it would have turned out great. In lieu of that, I'll attach both the midi and the recording, as well as the score. The ensemble is for flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello, piano, and percussion. Instead of writing one piece, I decided to write four short movements, each one exploring a different idea. The first two are played as one, and explores some cool scales (double harmonic major as well as a fully diminished locrian), the third movement deals with time signatures/rhythm (and, seeing how the percussionist that was there that day was sight reading, I think he did fantastic), and the fourth movement was to see how much I could have acoustic instruments sound like synthesizers in a dubstep-like movement. Obviously it's a finished piece, but any and all feedback would be welcome! I hope to be posting here more and getting to know the new people as well as catching up with the old ones :D
  5. Luis Hernández

    Two pieces for violin and piano

    Here they go. Take One Partitura completa (1).pdf Take Two Partitura completa (1).pdf
  6. stewboy

    Willow

    I decided to write something a few days ago, just for the sake of writing something. So, I sat down, and a couple hours later this is what resulted. It's a bit of an aimless piano piece, but it was fun to play around with the harmonies and chords. The score is a little untidy - I was more writing it for the sound of it, and to get sibeilus to play it correctly - but I might decide later to tidy it up into a more readable version.
  7. Hi All! I'm curious to hear others thoughts on this piece I made this past spring. This track features various hardware synths including the Moog Minitaur & the Korg EPS-1, as well as a String Section and Solo Vocalist. Thanks in advance for your insight!
  8. Here's a piece I did years ago, which I recently put onto Sibelius. Again it's Baroque/classical(ish) but with extreme orchestral minimalism. Its very rough and def needs tweeking, but whaddya think? Hope you enjoy Mike
  9. selcukozer001

    Larissa

    Hello, Yesterday I finished a new composition. Since I'd listened to it so many times, I couldn't decide whether it sounds OK. I'd like to hear your comments and feedbacks. Thanks for taking your time in advance. Best regards, Selcuk Larissa.mp3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wg0We749BVM&feature=youtu.be
  10. Hello I am a french pianist composer and new on this forum. Here is a link to my first piano composition album, that I recorded in a studio in France I Hope you will enjoy it. I called my album "Premières notes", that means "First notes" :) http://premieresnotes.com Sacha MENNY
  11. Hi guys just released my Prelude in E for piano. Here's the preview. Whadyall think.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kcy1oE4PD7Y&feature=youtu.be
  12. Here's a piece I did years ago, which I recently put onto Sibelius. It's Baroque/classical(ish) but with extreme orchestral minimalist bashes. Its very rough and def needs tweeking, but whaddya think? Hope you enjoy Mike
  13. stewboy

    Leapfrog

    Over winter break, when I should have been working on my pieces I've started for my degree, I procrastinated and wrote this piano piece instead. It's a fun little thing which isn't too deep or meaningful I suppose, but that's the kind of stuff I like. I showed it to my mum to play (who is a piano teacher and a very good sightreader) and she said she quite liked it, but one suggestion she had was that around the last page and a half or so, the tempo should gradually increase slightly so that it wasn't just the same thing as the start all over again, although to me there's enough variation I put in already. She said as a teacher, she would probably suggest to her students to start speeding up at least near the end. I'll be showing this to my tutor once term starts up again for their opinion as well. My mum also said the piece could definitely be useful for school examinations here in Australia, where one of the pieces is required to be an Australian work composed within the last 25 years, and that she was willing to try it out on some of her students.
  14. My latest: It reminded me of a little bird growing up and soaring through the sky. Let me know what you think! Sheet Music: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1tqORAjDZ2ILMHbb8uYMfuupXsHaLNh75
  15. Oliver Nosaczynski Bohovič

    Debut piano album

    Hi everyone! I just released my debut piano album on 25th of October, so it´s still very fresh. It contains 10 of my original compositions and 1 re-make of an 80´s pop song which I´ve made on a request of the artist himself. Please take a listen to the full album here and let me know how you like it! If anyone would be interested, you can buy the album here: https://oliverbohovic.bandcamp.com/album/ballerina
  16. Maarten Bauer

    Dinosaur Sonata for Saxophone & Piano

    Hello! Here is my latest composition with a theme, on which I have always wanted to write music: DINOSAURS! This short one-movement sonata is composed for alto saxophone and piano. I will perform this piece for the pre-study composition on alto saxophone accompanied by a pianist. The sonata is kind of programmatic: The setting is a restful valley full of dinosaurs (including tryceratops). Baby dinosaurs are playing and having fun, but then the dinosaurs smell danger. There is panic, because the dinosaurs are not sure where the predators will come from, they only hear their heavy footsteps. Suddenly an enormous tyrannosaurus runs out of the forest. A friendly baby triceratops flees and runs as fast as it can. It is catched by the predator, but luckily the tyrannosaurus has become tired. The baby escapes and all dinosaurs continue with their restful life in the beautiful valley. I hope you like it! Feel free to comment! Maarten
  17. Hi everyone, Here's a short piece for piano trio I wrote over the summer. Let me know what you think and things I should keep in mind for future pieces. A clearer PDF score is attached below. Thanks! J Shu
  18. An attempt to compose a small, fairly simple adventureous and journey-like piece. I'm not sure how to classify the genre of this piece, maybe something between romanticism and pop songs. I'm not used to music theory , writing scores etc and this was the first time I tried to compose a piece completely in a score software, so this is probably the main reason for this piece's shy melodical appearance. The exported midi file was rendered in a DAW. Feel free to comment. Thanks for listening, I hope you enjoyed it! The overall shape of this piece goes like: a - b - c - d1 - d2 - c' - d1' - d2' - a' - b' - b'' - e a: Introductory theme. b: dramatic theme/development to part c c: Small "good-feeling" melody in a major key. d1: fast dramatic theme d2: variation of d1 c': festive variation of c d1' and d2': variations of d1 and d2 a': Theme from a played one octave higher with slight variations. b': Variation of b with a faster arpeggio pattern and fuller chords. b'': Variation of b' in a major key with a finishing festive character. e: final chords and quotation of the ending of the introductory theme (a)
  19. selcukozer001

    Miranda

    Hello All, Please check my new piano songMiranda.mp3. I'd like to hear your comments. Thanks :)
  20. Luis Hernández

    Broken Words

    My first work this year...
  21. A tune suitable for the holidays ... I'd love to get everyone's feedback on this one. It's my first digital recording in a while.
  22. Hello! [Partly the description in the program booklet and youtube video] Maarten Bauer – Melodrama No.1 ''The End of His Story Started Here,'' Op. 45. 11th of August 2017 Dedicated to all the victims in concentration camps during World War II. The music begins at circa 2:00 On the 18th of November 2017 (one of the) most prestigious composition competition(s) in the Benelux took place: Prinses Christina Compositie Concours. I submitted my Melodrama No.1 ‘’The End of His Story Started Here’’ and to my surprise I won the first price of competition! I cannot express my gratitude for the judges, the performers (Trio Burlesco+) and the audience! Furthermore I would like to thank the other participating composers for the amazing experience and relaxed atmosphere during the stressful day. Description This melodrama uses the poem, which I have written in 2014 (see the text below), based on John Boyne’s astonishing book The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. This composition is composed for the Trio Burlesco and a soprano and a percussionist (Trio Burlesco+). The text and music strengthen each other, so none of the two can be omitted. The innocent soprano is both narrator and singer and she symbolizes the actions, the emotions and the thoughts of the main character in the poem: Shmuel. Shmuel is a Jewish boy, who has just arrived in Auschwitz, which is called Out-With by Boyne. He does not know where he is and he cannot find his family, consisting of his father, mother and his big sister, whom I called Anat, which means ‘singing.’ The motivation for me to write such a heavily-weighted piece, namely an innocent young boy who will probably die in a Nazi concentration camp, is because I noticed that people in my surrounding realize less and less that freedom and peace are not obvious. It is the greatest gift that we can live in freedom and peace in the Netherlands. I noticed that this important consciousness gradually drains away by the years. Therefore I wanted to compose a piece, which remembers us that we have to be grateful for the lives we now live and that the indescribable terrible crimes may never be repeated. When I wrote the poem, my tears flowed. When I composed the Melodrama, my tears flowed. And now again, my tears flow, because this may never happen again. Never. https://christinaconcours.nl/alles/9667/
  23. Jonny Clifford

    Laoso

    I think i'm finished with this one although unsure about the ending. I wanted to write something a bit faster than I normally would. I don't have the score as Logic is terrible for that. Enjoy and comments welcome as per. Any feedback really is welcome, good or bad.
  24. punintentional

    Ten-second Waltz

    I've been making myself composing every day. Here's what I did today! :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUPNIRQ6ZoM&feature=youtu.be
  25. alcapone_dudu

    New sound: Delicious Grace

    Hello guys, first time posting a song here. That's a project I started not long time ago where I write all the music and lyrics in english (I'm a native portuguese speaker). It's very intimate, genuine but I'm not a pro. Any feedback would be good. Hope you like it:
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