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  1. Hey everyone! This is a piece I wrote back in 2013 and I now recorded the piece for my debut album "Ballerina" which you can listen to or buy here https://oliverbohovic.bandcamp.com/album/ballerina I hope you guys like it!
  2. This prelude was inspired by an autumn walk. Any kind of criticism is welcome! Prelude 1 Op.2.mp3
  3. Hello, This is a piece I have been composing for the past couple of days. Any criticism is welcome, although I may not go back to work on the piece further, so I just thought I would leave it here. Cheers -R
  4. Hey everyone! Please let me introduce you my new composition which will be included on my debut album "Ballerina", coming out in October, it's called "Reminiscence" and I composed the main theme a couple of years ago, but It felt incomplete to me and so I added more pieces to the puzzle and I hope you'll like it!
  5. I have dropped out of the summer competition due to some serious writer's block. Even now, nothing I write seems to be up to par. It's really gotten me into a bit of a funk. Anyway, here is the single, very short movement of my entry that I have actually completed. It's based on the 1822 Caspar David Friedrich painting 'Mondaufgang am Meer' (Moonrise over the Sea) -- one of my favorite works by my one of my favorite visual artists. He also painted a work of the same name in 1821, but I much prefer the 1822 version. Here it is if you'd like to take a peek: http://www.smb-digital.de/eMuseumPlus?service=ExternalInterface&module=collection&objectId=959550&viewType=detailView The score may not be perfect; I haven't really given it a full dressing-down. Thoughts and comments would be very welcome. Thanks for listening!
  6. Hello guys, This is my new piano composition. I hope you'll share your opinion with me. :)
  7. Hey young composers, I have composed a short Adagio for Orchestra! Feel free to review it! http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=13606288 kind regards K. D.
  8. Here is a place where everybody wears rose colored glasses.. Definitely easy listening. The guitar patches are Real Guitar, and UVI's Sunbird, you can choose the guitar picking pattern, but they are not able to be displayed as notes, so their display is not note accurate. Other instruments, (non pitched, vague pitch, I displayed on one line cliffs, to save space.
  9. Hello everyone :) Here's my last recorded piano piece: https://soundcloud.com/j-r-mie-lhomme/waltz-fantasia I hope you will enjoy it and won't hesitate to leave a comment! I wish a great day to all of you. Jérémie
  10. 07. Mrs. Fieldmouse, Mr. Mole.mp3 This suite of ten short movements tells the story of Hans Christian Andersen's classic fairy tale "Thumbelina," written in my best attempt at the Romantic idiom. For those not familiar with the story, find the full text here or a synopsis here. This piece is the culmination of many, many hours of work for me, and I consider it my best work thus far. It lasts about 25 minutes total. Any feedback would be especially appreciated. Thanks for listening!
  11. Dear friends, I've been working on a romantic piano song for a while. I've just finished it and wanted to present you. I've been inspired by popular piano song "it's hard to say goodbye" when composing it. I really want to know the strong and weak parts of it. I will really appreciate if you take your time and send me a feedback. Best regards, Selcuk Ozer
  12. This is a simple little piece in really no particular style or form. Happy to have any comments. Nocturne No 3 midi.mid
  13. Hello! it has been a while since I've posted something on this site. I want to get the ball rolling again so here is a jazz song in AABA form that I have been working on. Now, I feel as though it may be profitable for myself to post the song/arrangement in increments so that I don't rush the song as a whole and can get detailed feedback on all the content in each section (the principle of focus and fragmentation I guess :P) First of all I am going to post the introduction of the song. (Hence this post) I will provide a lead sheet of the melody/harmony for the rest of the song and a score for the current section I am writing. In other words I think I have written the melody and harmony out sufficiently I just need to arrange it with voicings and counterpoint, etc. With regards to this intro I feel as though my first 8 measures of the intro are interesting with the basic but effective counterpoint and the harmony that flows with it. I am going for a sustained intro that doesn't have support of the hypothetical rhythm section. I'm thinking of adding the rhythm section after the intro ends which I feel is typical and effective in jazz arrangements. My gut tells me that in the second half of the intro the texture spaces out more with practically no counterpoint but I feel it maintains its drive through the concerted/block harmonies. I would gladly appreciate comments on the voice-leading as I am still learning/practicing this. Feel free to prove me wrong and tell me things other than what I am thinking about the piece as I would love for this piece to grow into the next "The Shadow of Your Smile" or "Stella by Starlight", etc.
  14. Hey guys! Here is just a short little arioso for cello and piano that I composed a few months ago. Let me know what you think as always.
  15. Hi! This is my recent instrumental album :"Nine Short Romances", Tha main instrument here is the piano, but I used some other instruments as well.
  16. Here is an elegy for string ensemble with solo violin and cello parts. Enjoy, and I appreciate your feedback.
  17. This is the last work I finished before my computer sadly crashed (though hopefully I will have it back up an running soon). It is a simple melancholic waltz which uncharacteristic of me, I wrote very quickly (less than a week) and much of it away from the computer. I'm fan of the Eastern European Romantic composers and Dvorak in particular and this was in part influenced by his Slavonic Dances. I hope to add at least two other waltzes to compete a set of at least three.
  18. Hi everyone, It's been quite a while since I last came to the forum. Here is a personal recording of my earlier work "In the mist". Should be better than the generated file. Hope you like it, any feedback is welcome! Julien PS: the complete scores available at http://www.imslp.org/wiki/Fantaisie_No.5_(Piaser,_Julien)
  19. Here is a re-upload of my overture to the Battle of Trafalgar, which was also inspired by my recent trip to the United Kingdom and the sight of Trafalgar Square in London. Let me know what you think!
  20. I attached the final two movements as just MP3's, as I have yet to upload them to YouTube. This is my most extended piece of music, which was completely over the period of about 6 days. It consists of nine movements for orchestra based around Dante's Inferno, a description of Hell. The score may need some revision, but the work as a whole is ~160 pages, so minor revisions are to be put off. Enjoy, and check out my YouTube channel for a more in-depth description of some of the individual pieces.
  21. A simple choral piece which I was commissioned to write for my school's choral teacher,by whom it was then performed. Unfortunately, I don't have the actual recording, so this is the computerized version. Let me know your thoughts!
  22. This is a set of three pieces, though composed individually, that I put together as a single opus number, each reflecting an attempt to compose within a specific style. The first is a "sonata" akin to the single movement works of Domenico Scarlatti. It originally started as a possible movement for my harpsichord concerto which I later just used as a stand alone solo keyboard piece. It is playable for harpsichord or piano. The second is a movement in classical sonata form that was originally an assignment for a music theory class. It's probably the most "pedantic" of the group being in very tight sonata form. The last is a romantic style prelude. It is a piano transcription of the cadenza to the ending of Fantasy for violin and orchestra that I wrote about 5 years ago.
  23. This was the second piece I composed for my degree after the Choral Fantasy, but I don't feel like it's quite up to par. I feel like it's mostly there but there are things that need to be cut in certain areas and/or reworked. This is intended to be a second movement for a larger work. I'll post both the Sibelius Essentials and the live recording from my recital but the live recording has a considerable amount of errors in this one, so do keep that in mind. I would love to know what works and what doesn't with this piece. I can't seem to decide if I like how lush it is in the beginning, or if I need to keep it more simple and make it more harmonically dense later on. And then there are some developmental parts which I'm just not quite satisfied with. I decided to post this here though instead of in the Incomplete Works forum because I feel like any cuts and changes I would make wouldn't be all that major. Please let me know what you think! Suite For String Orchestra Mov. II (c) 2013 Jair W. Crawford
  24. Re-uploading this from the archives if it's alright. I have a real recording, and a Sibelius Essentials recording of the piece. The real recording was recorded at my senior recital and there are some technical flaws, but it is still a performance I will never forget. This piece is for Choir and String Orchestra... I put that in the title because, it is more than simply a choir piece with string accompaniment, the choir and the strings are equally important and complement each other. The piece is a religious work, but stylistically it takes a lot of film music influences. The piece is set to text from Psalm 139, my favorite chapter of Scripture, and this is probably the most personal piece I've written so far. Here's a little bit more about the background of this piece (copy/pasted from the comment archives): I wrote the essentials of this piece during the summer of 2011. I'd been tweaking it since then up until April 2013 when I had my senior recital. During the summer of 2011 I was going through a lot of anxiety, and one of the reasons was, I had finished my third year of college as a composition major, and I had basically completed nothing as far as compositions. I was almost booted out of the composition department at the end of the school year because of it, but, after a day my composition professor changed his mind and decided we would give it another try. He had me going back to the basics and was sending me some exercises over the summer, cause I didn't really feel like I knew what I was doing... While all this was going on... I thought to myself that I had always wanted to try to write something set to the text of Psalm 139, my favorite chapter in all of the Bible. So I sat down, and, I thought... I wanted it to start off sounding a bit uncertain... but then when the words come in I want it to sound like coming to peace. And, well I just can't explain it, I started writing the intro and I shocked myself. It was better than anything I had attempted for string ensemble in the past by a lot... and then the "O Lord' ostinato just came to me after the intro closed, and I wrote the music up to "You perceive my thoughts from afar". So I had that much of it done, and I sent it to my composition professor along with the first exercise. He said "forget about the exercises, keep working on this." Enjoy, and please let me know what you think! Choral Fantasy For Choir And String Orchestra - A Meditation On Psalm 139 (c) 2013 Jair W. Crawford
  25. A concert overture I just recently finished about Snowdonia National Park, Wales (Eryri in Welsh), which I recently visited. Let me know what you think!
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