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  1. I already posted this piece a few months ago, but I did it in a post where I shared most of my piano pieces. Also I got a better digital audio and I decided to animate it. So this is the result, I hope you enjoy it. ­čÖé Also if you want to know more check the description of the video.
  2. Here the link to the albums: Sinfonia di Perle Music Power Musica Pianistica I hope you enjoy.
  3. This is the result of an art trade (or collab) I did with Michellle Walker (an artist who draws). The point of the piece is to describe some kind of mysterious and nostalgic atmosphere. (I have spent more time in this piece than what I'm willing to admit.) This piece is a bit experimental from a formal point of view. The idea was to set all the main motifs of the whole piece in very few measures (basically the introduction) and then develope them in some kind of improvisational style. So basically the consistency of the work comes from the constant use of these little elements and the aesthetic of the whole piece. I also make use of recurrent motifs you can find in other works by me, like the one/s you can see between measure 2 and 3. (I hope I'm not repeating myself too much haha.) The first motif can be seen in my Memories piece and the other one is based in the same intervals as the main theme in "Gwyn, Lord of Cinder." And interestingly combining both creates some kind of mutated version of the first theme in the 3rd movement of Brahms' 3rd symphony. I got a lot of inspiration from Scriabin and you can see his mystic chord in some occasions. (At least the main harmony of the chord.) The idea was to create some kind of impressionistic piece with Chopinesque and jazz hues. And I also used a progression in measure 15 that pretty much comes from a madrigal by Gesualdo ("Moro lasso"). The best part of the piece is probably around measures 21-24. (In my opinion.) That climax and the sweet chords that descend are inspired in Debussy. Other inspirations are Ravel, Brahms and jazz in general. By the way, this is probably my best looking piano score I have ever done, and I'm quite proud about that. Anyways, I hope you will enjoy it and I'm open to criticism and feedback.
  4. This is an incomplete piece I have composed. It is my first attempt of trying to compose jazz for piano. I hope you give me your opinion as well as advice on how to learn more about jazz piano.
  5. Hello all, Here is my latest piece. It's a jazz piece, and the first thing a have written in that genre (besides 12-bar blues melodies). It's in a rough ABAB form, with melodies on the tenor sax and muted trombone. I heard the muted trombone being used to carry a jazz melody in a concert, and I love the sound. On the second B section, the tenor sax joins the trombone with a countermelody. Apologies for the trombone patch - out of the soundfonts I have on Musescore, there is no muted trombone. We can make do with a muted trumpet! (If anyone knows of any free soundfonts that have this, then please share them below!) I hope you enjoy this piece.
  6. A little jazz piece... Hope you like it. (Trumpet in concert pitch).
  7. Hi all! So, another little arrangement of mine. I have written this for my quartet. And, I found it quite challenging to get the dissonance I wanted while really only having three non-melody voices to work with. I sort of went the amoeba route, where I had close harmony surrounding the melody. This is found in barbershop music, and there is some influence there. However, I tend to take things further than a barbershop quartet would allow, which I'm super chill with. Pay no heed to the difficulty of the music, as the people singing this are true musical paragons. It is probably one of the harder arrangements of this piece out there. I'm looking specifically for comments on musical moments that stick out to you. Things that you think may not be effective or fit in the narrative of the piece. Please also look out for spots where you think there should be courtesy accidentals. I put a lot in, but I suspect there are more I'm missing. Thanks in advance for your thoughts. ­čÖé
  8. I composed a head and made a basic arrangement for the first play-through of the head. Here I did put in some written parts for piano and bass, though that was primarily so that I could hear what the trumpet and saxes were doing in something resembling the context in which it would be played. I'm mainly wondering how difficult this is for the saxes (are all those off-beat, short notes doable) and whether this is doable for a high school jazz ensemble. Additionally, I was wondering what you think of my harmonization and the melody and what others might have done differently. I have three attachments. #104.pdf is the chart, #104.mp3 is the audio with the rhythm section, and #104_2.mp3 is the audio without the rhythm section.
  9. https://soundcloud.com/user859741024/aesthetic-night Recording on SoundCloud an alto saxophone solo with wind band
  10. This is my version of this wonderful classic. Chord notation is omitted, it would surely be controversial ­čśü We've only just begun.mp3We've only just begun.pdf
  11. Composer - Veljko Nenadi─ç Composition is mix classic, jazz and serbian traditional music. Performer: Neda Nikolic -- Serbian flute, Duduk Veljko Nenadic - Piano July 29th 2018, Festival "STAZA" Monastery - Bogostica, Serbia.
  12. A filmic composition that uses both classical and jazz motifs.
  13. Hello everyone; "Feeling Free" is my first composition. It's an original piece that depicts our desire for a carefree attitude in our daily life only to be faced with daily struggles that bring us down; however, free-spiritedness will prevail. I tried to capture this struggle in this Jazzy ÔÇô Swing-esque Composition. I hope you will enjoy listening to it and looking forward to hear what you think of it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oFtIc8Yfpc
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    Flute And Piano Play

    Composition is mix jazz and Serbian traditional music Composer - Veljko Nenadic Serbian flute - Neda Nikolic Piano - Veljko Nenadic
  15. This is the first time in a while that I've written something in swing rhythm specifically, but it seemed to call for it. It turned out to be a combo of contemporary/classical/jazz ÔÇö I don't think there's a good label for it. I did use sacred geometry in this piece, which I'm doing all the time now, and seems to be working our pretty well. I'm open to any feedback or thoughts you have.
  16. The classic tune 'Chelsea Bridge' on the piano with electronics.
  17. Angel Eyes is jazz tune from 1946. This is an piano impro around it with electronica. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLblgcD6uJ4
  18. Hello this is an origional composition by me and will be performed by my school's jazz band. Well give it a listen and tell me what you think... sorry for the slight static in the video I have no clue where that came from because my audio file had none of that. Follow me on Instagram @wind_player1 for frequent content. https://www.instagram.com/wind_player1/ Follow my SoundCloud
  19. I've just finished a new song for large jazz ensemble called "Fear No Fifth." After mucking about in the 1950s/early 60s for my last couple of songs, I think I've finally graduated into the mid-1970s with a Tower of Power-type big-band something-or-other. I guess it's basically a blues with an extended vamp during the solos, the type of song that Count Basie or Duke Ellington could have knocked off in about a day and a half; I've been working on it since March. Anyway, I hope you like it. I can post the score if anyone's interested.
  20. Hi everyone ! We made a duo with my sister and we would like advices particularyon our voices mix. It was kinda hard for a first time to mix male/female voice. Thank you and have a nice listening ! Do not hesitate to subscribe our channel if you like chill hip hop songs !
  21. "Free our Mind" is a track based on the song "Money Trees" by Kendrick Lamar
  22. This is a short, jazzy melody that has actually been floating around in my head for quite a while, but I had to figure out how precisely to transport it from my head into Musescore. It's only about a minute long. I was thinking of incorporating it into the scherzo of my next symphony if I do one. I feel like you wouldn't normally find jazz in a symphony. It's on piano for now, but I would probably have different instruments playing it later on.
  23. Hey! It's a pretty short improvisation but I hope you will get a kick out of it anyway. ;) https://youtu.be/zZMdt0NM6iA Have a good day! Thank you for watching! :)
  24. hi, I'm new here in this forum and that's my first publish here. This piece is called "Take it Easy ". it's electronic chill music with piano and saxophone. Tell me what do you think!
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