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  1. Hi again, ladies and gentlemen. After some time thinking about what to post I thought that instead of uploading another nocturne I might ask you for feedback on my most recent video instead. The piece it contains is not very recent, more or less a year old. It's precisely the piece that preceded my first accordion sonata and my first piano sonata. I won't say much about it. It's my third piano waltz, it's playable, and it's hopefully decent. But you judge! • Here is the PDF & MP3: Free sheet music : Rodríguez, Daniel-Omicrón - Obra Menor Nº40 - Vals Ahorcado (Piano solo) (free-scores.com) • Since now free-scores possibly requires registration, for those of you who don't want to go under that process, you'll be able to find the PDF here in the post (but I do recommend registrating though, it's a great site full of hidden gems like YC): 40 - Vals ahorcado.pdf Here's the youtube video created via Piano VFX, OpenShot and Paint.NET: As always, I'm open to any feedback, comment, impression, thought regarding the piece (though it's a bit old but I may always consider your thoughts for my next pieces) the video, a part of it, both, or whatever 🙂. See you in the forums!! Daniel–Ømicrón.
  2. Hi again, ladies and gentlemen. It's a pleasure to me to make yet another spam post for you to value, comment, and listen. Naturally, I come with my next nocturne, composed during March and finished more than a year ago (already!), on 24 March, 2022. It is dedicated to a close friend of mine, David Lozano Leiva, who is also a musician (guitarist, and amateur composer as me). The traditional nocturnal character of this nocturne is as present as it was on my last one, so yeah, close to none but perhaps a bit more than the 7th of this set. Not my best, neither my worst, but I'll leave that judgement to you. As always, any feedback, opinion, comment, greeting, as meaningful or meaningless as you yourself consider it, is very welcome. I'll leave the video here and the mp3/pdf below. Kind regards to you all and thank you in advance, Daniel–Ømicrón. 55 - Nocturno Nº8.pdf
  3. Hi again guys! I have been (and I still am, incomprehensibly) ill these last weeks so I hadn't the strength to attend the forum and use the PC for long. I have been listening to some cool pieces today though, so please don't mind if I take the opportunity and put some here, let's go: • RM Rizal - "La Valse Bienheureuse d'Anna Sofia"(Orchrestration/Orchrestral arrangement)" by user @Setthavat. • @Olivercomposer's take on "composer of the year" contest. • Prelude No. 1 by Vince Meyer aka @Thatguy v2.0 because I have to win my salary. • @Ivan1791's "A Sleepy apology", very effective if you ask me. He is hosting a competition by the way. Of course I did not ping anyone (I hope, I don't want to bother lol). I'm sure I left some good ones behind so don't hesitate in checking the forum AFTER REVIEWING MY POST, it's full of jewels! Now that I am subtly better and seeing that a decent amount of time has passed since I uploaded a composition here, let me spam and share with you YC fellow users my not so nice in my opinion but cool in some of my non-musician friends' 7th nocturne, composed almost a year ago and finished on March 15, 2022 if I'm not mistaken. It doesn't come with any dedication. This nocturne is a bit like the third one. "Different" from the previous ones. Have you listened to them BTW? Which one is your favourite up to now, in case you find at least one of them decent enough? Not gonna lie, it would be really cool to host a poll but I don't think I have enough audience. In any case, I thoroughly recommend you to listen to my works with headphones. Criticism, feedback, comment, salutation, etc. is very welcome as always; I leave you with it, with no further comments about the piece, as always. In case you're interested, you have the .mp3 and .pdf below, as always... From this point onward, my nocturnes become even weirder. ♫ VIDEO ♫ That's all for now. Thank you in advance! Kind regards, Daniel–Ømicrón.
  4. Hi forum! I'm back, or am I? Had I ever left? This post made by @Zimr Music reminded me of an old piece that I made for a story inside a Minecraft server that I will likely never finish because of the enormous amount of workforce needed, studying, planning, blah, blah, blah. The title says enough about it, I'd say, and I don't want my words to distract you. ♫ Here's the piece ♫ Ancient Pyusisk's mineshaft__noplayer__.mp3 And here's the pdf in case someone wants to check it out: 29 - Ancient Pyusisk's mineshaft.pdf This ambient piece was composed at the end of 2019 if I recall correctly, and that'd be all the info. As always, hope you find it decent! Kind regards, Daniel–Ømicrón. .Div1 { border: 5px outset hsl(52,100%,50%,0.85); border-radius: 1px; margin: 0; background-color: hsl(52,10%,10%,1); color: black; text-align: center; font-family: "CalligraphyFLF",Edwin,Helvetica; width:auto; height:auto; max-width: 600px; max-height: 200px; } .Div2 { display: block; border: 10px outset hsl(52,100%,50%,0.8); border-radius: 1px; margin: 5px; color: white; width:inherit; vertical-align:top; background-color: white; background-image: url(https://i.imgur.com/dbMMjfs.jpg); background-size:60%; background-position: 0% 70%; text-align: left; font-family: "CalligraphyFLF",Edwin,Helvetica; font-size: 140%; height: 115px; } .Div3{ display:inline-block; border: 5px outset hsl(52,100%,35%,0.96); text-align:left; margin: 5px; width:auto; vertical-align:top; background-color: black; } .Div4{ display:inline-block; text-align:center; width:inherit; font-family: "CalligraphyFLF",Edwin,Helvetica; font-size: 100%; } .Img1{ max-height: 90px; max-width: 137px; font-color: white } a.one:link{ text-decoration:none; color: #fff6c6; } a.one:visited{ color: #daff8e; } a.one:hover{ color: #edffc6; } a.one:active{ color: #fff6c6; } audio::-webkit-media-controls{ background-color: hsl(35,100%,8%,0.9); border-radius: 20px; } audio{ height:42px; width: 400px; border: 3px outset hsl(52,100%,35%,0.96); border-radius: 64px; background: #2B2309; } audio::-webkit-media-controls-mute-button { background-color: hsl(47,100%,78%,0.83); border-radius: 20px; margin:0 } audio::-webkit-media-controls-current-time-display { color: hsl(47,100%,78%,1); font-family: "Brock Script", Helvetica; } audio::-webkit-media-controls-time-remaining-display { color: hsl(47,100%,78%,1); font-family: "Brock Script", Helvetica; } audio::-webkit-media-controls-timeline { background-color: hsl(48,100%,78%,0.1); border-radius:25px; margin-left:12px; margin-right:12px; } audio::-webkit-media-controls-volume-slider { background-color: hsl(48,100%,78%,0.1); border-radius:25px; padding-left:6px; padding-right:6px; } audio::-webkit-media-controls-panel { background-color: #2B2309; } audio::-webkit-media-controls-play-button { background-color: hsl(47,100%,78%,0.36); border-radius: 20px; } audio:hover {transform: scale(1.01);filter: drop-shadow(1px 1px 1px #E0FFA1);} p.p1{ font-family:"Edwin",Bitter,'Arial Black'; font-size: 19px; color: #daff8e; margin:0; }
  5. Hi again! I have been much more inactive than I often am last week. I am very exhausted right now, as I just finished my fourth sonata and every time I finish one it seems that my brain decides to go on vacation, but I've seen and listened to a few works published during the days I've not been paying attention, which is actually nice as I will not need to dig :). If I fall asleep today, I'll make sure to begin checking some of them tomorrow. Before that, let me present you my 6th nocturne, which is kind of "close" to the prior one. It was dedicated to my good friend (and possibly future pianist) Juan de Dios. As always, I'll be glad to read anything, from a tiny comment to an in-depth review. I'll leave the PDF right here too: 53 - Nocturno Nº6.pdf I (as always) prefer not to comment anything more about the piece itself and leave you to it. If you are interested into some other works of mine, you can always check my "About" page in this forum, which again turned out to be a very epic tool to organize one's content. Thank you so much in advance! (sorry for so little :P) Kind regards, Daniel–Ømicrón.
  6. Hi again, ladies and gentlemen! Hope you've been alright. Since there's been some activity increase (at least from my perception) and very interesting posts lately (like this, this and this...Ah and this) I decided to upload yet another piece. A piece per two weeks seems more or less alright to me. In this case I'm bringing here a kinda old work (March 2020) that, if you happened to listen to my 5th nocturne for piano solo, resembles it in its main motive. This piece is for woodwinds and piano and its sound has lots of room for improvement, but this is what I had at that time (and considering I'm using the very same software, probably the only things that have improved are my ears and the piano soundfont). As you may already know, I don't usually like to extend myself in unneeded descriptions so I'm leaving you the .pdf and the .mp3 here. ♫ MP3: (if you don't see anything, it's probably a bug. In that case check scroll down to the bottom of this message) ♫ PDF: 32 - Sollozos.pdf And that'd be all for now. Hope you find it decent and enjoyable enough. My recommendation would be listening to it with headphones (for this and every piece of mine) and as always, any kind of feedback, criticism, opinion, be it longer or shorter, is and will be always very welcome. Look at this image. It has nothing to do with anything but I wanted to put it here, hope you don't mind. Kind regards, Daniel–Ømicrón.
  7. Hi again! It's a bit too late here to continue reviewing so I thought it was the perfect time to make a post and go to sleep once and for all :]. I gladly present you my fifth nocturne —finished during the night of March 1st, 2022—, dedicated to a person which I value very highly (and whom indeed got another dedicated nocturne later on). I tend to think my "nocturnes" (I have explained in a prior post why I called them like that I believe) either go in pairs or alone in terms of style, approach or... I don't really know how to describe it. In any case, this one would be paired with the sixth one which I may publish here soon. Without further ado, here's the video: Of course here you are the score in PDF: 52 - Nocturno Nº5.pdf It is not particularly difficult (or is it?), but as always I'll prefer not to mention anything and let you judge. As always, any feedback, criticism, big or small commentary, interpretation, whatever you think as long as no cats or dogs are damaged in the process is very welcome here. If you somehow are interested in other nocturnes and pieces I've uploaded here, I have edited my "About me" page for you to easily navigate through them. Check it out HERE. You can also check the prior nocturne uploaded here clicking on here. As always, thank you in advance guys. I hope you find this one decent enough. Kind regards, Daniel–Ømicrón.
  8. Hi again :B. I was curious about that software some youtubers use for their LED piano recordings blah blah blah, so I found a free software "Piano VFX" that seemed cool. Eventually I decided to publish one nocturne a week on youtube using it. But here we talk about pieces so let me present my first nocturne, composed a while ago this year. I tried to make it easy enough to be played by myself and some friends of mine but I never had time to (not yet at least). I will warn you that I called it a "Nocturne" only because I composed it at night, so It may have little or zero resemblance to other nocturnes you know. That statement has become more and more true as I've kept making them, to the point the Nº20 is a monstrosity but we'll eventually get to that hopefully. Without further ado, I'll leave the video right here. You can find the PDF here: Free sheet music : Rodríguez, Daniel-Omicrón - Obra Menor Nº48 - Nocturno Nº1 (Piano solo) (free-scores.com) As always I'm eager to receive your feedback, views, analysis, greetings, whatever. Enjoy and have a good Sunday. Kind regards, Daniel–Ømicrón.
  9. Hi again guys! I haven't uploaded anything here properly in a while, so I thought that despite this is kinda "old" already, it was a good idea to sumbit my third nocturne here. It is always nice to read some insightful feedback or some comments and opinions of the kind I receive and sometimes give here. This particular nocturne differs significantly in size, tempo, and possibly feeling with respect to the previous pair I uploaded here. I'm uploading a video and the PDF score for those who like me want to read and listen at the same time and don't really care about the visuals. I hope you at least find it decent: • Video: • PDF: 50 - Nocturno Nº3.pdf Here it is, and here I say: Kind regards!!
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