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Found 5 results

  1. I'm sorry?
  2. For woodwinds and strings, this was inspired by a Tom Waits song that poses the question, 'Who will put flowers on a flower's grave?' I'm kind of fond of it, but my opinion doesn't count cuz I'm the composer. What do you think, YC's? Here is a youtube video of the music:
  3. Crisantemi (reduction)

    Other times, I learn a lot making piano reductions from works I love. Crisantemi is an elegy composed by Puccini ¡¡in one night!! the day that the duque "Amadeo de Saboya" died. It's a less known work, because of his operas, of course. Written for string quartet, it is actually performed nowadays by a string orchestra. The version for the quartet is wonderful. Here is my version:
  4. Elegy in D major

    Here is an elegy for string ensemble with solo violin and cello parts. Enjoy, and I appreciate your feedback.
  5. Scottish Elegy

    This is my entry for the Shakespeare contest. It's an elegiac song upon the famous Macbeth's soliloquy. Hope you enjoy^^
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