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  1. Max Payne, since I got to know it back in 2006, has been one of my favorite games. Its atmosphere, the presentation of simple but tragic story, the snow-covered New York City, all of that forever imprinted itself in many ways and partly shaped my taste for good atmospheric games. The main musical theme of this one remains one of the most recognizable to me. Hearing the very first notes awakens my old, warm memories of a time spent in this dark and atmospheric world. It was this theme that I thought about writing variations on for a year, but all the time it didn't work out. I had no energy, or even no idea how to write my own variations on such a not very classical musical theme. However, recently, on July 28, quite unexpectedly, I sat down at the piano to practice, and as a result I wrote a variation in one night, originally I had no intention of composing anything at all. Even more interesting for me, on July 31, I came across a video from remedy. As it turned out, it was Max Payne's birthday on July 23. It had been 20 years since the game's release. Well, let this be my little gift and thanks to this game for good memories. I hope the music turned out well. Happy past birthday, Max!
  2. These are my first waltzes that I wrote in 2017 over the course of two days. So they may be very close to each other in both character and condition, but still each will have its own little story.
  3. This is my first fantasy which I wrote in 2014. Here I tried to convey several states and, in the end, to channel them in a positive direction and anchor them in a life-affirming way. I also tried to give the music different contrasts, so that even with the repetition of sections in the music, there is still tension and development. I hope that these qualities, in the end, will have a positive effect on your experience of listening to this fantasie.
  4. These two piano pieces were created by me back in 2014. They are some of the first pieces that have a very simple harmony, yet sound quite natural and competent. Especially in the re-recorded version, which is presented in this video.
  5. 9 (online-audio-converter.com).mp3
  6. Composition completed on 10/13/2019 You also can watch this piece here -
  7. Composition completed on 06/04/2016 You also can watch this piece here -
  8. Composition completed on: Etude-Tableau №8 in F sharp minor ICO №94 - 09/09/2016 Etude-Tableau №9 in F major ICO №95 - 09/11/2016 You also can watch this piece here -
  9. Composition completed on 07/30/2016 You also can watch this piece here -
  10. Composition completed on: Fantasie-Impromptu №1 in G minor ICO №75 - 04/30/2016 Fantasie-Impromptu №2 in C sharp minor ICO №80 - 05/17/2016 You also can watch these pieces here -
  11. Composition completed on: Etude №4 in A minor ICO №119 - 02/09/2017 Etude №5 "Shadows" in B flat minor ICO №120 - 02/14/2017 You also can watch these pieces here -
  12. Composition completed on 08/14/2015 You also can watch this piece here -
  13. This is my composition ICO (in chronological order) Composition completed on 11/16/2018 PDF - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ft22l77GLpbzwcuxnqRiAYPAH2iBJ0Yr/view?usp=drive_open You also can watch this piece here -
  14. ICO - в хронологическом порядке Композиция завершена 28.09.2016 You also can watch this piece here -
  15. ICO (in chronological order) Composition completed on 11/06/2015 You also can watch this piece here -
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