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  1. Hello I have written the first movement of a symphony in the old style. I am looking for feedback. Many thanks.
  2. Dear community, I hope you are well. Since March, I've worked independently on a series of nine orchestral pieces inspired by living and struggling during the Covid-19 Pandemic, and associated each piece with a Beethoven symphony: Aubade Fugue: Wear Pearls and Smile Kommos (Lamentation) / When the World Moved On Fanfare: Grit Icarus Also Flew Immortal Horses Nocturne: Neowise Romance Cocktails for the End of Time They were written primarily to keep me mentally healthy during a period of personal turmoil. I'm now actively seek
  3. In the last months I worked hard at my first small symphony. Spending some forgotten hours late at night to write notes in that marvellous app StaffPad. Slowly the story came to life. With this composition “The Boy Who Wanted To Fly” as an end result! I really challenged myself this time. I wanted to compose a classical story. A symphonic story. One that takes you by the hand and feeds your imagination. You have to know, I'm still a beginner. This is the second composition I wrote by hand. So any feedback, advise is much appreciated! About the process, I wrote it by hand in Staf
  4. Score Video on Youtube Hi! For an english project at school, I was tasked with depicting Dante’s 9 circles of Hell in my own artistic way (the other option outside of writing music was to do arts and crafts...), and I chose to do something like 9 mini-movements about different composers I enjoy. It is not a typical approach to Hell in making everything chaotic, but more that each composer is stuck listening to their own style music for eternity. There are 9 short movements. I have spent 5-6 hours these last three days writing this, and really enjoy a about half of these short co
  5. A light-hearted orchestral piece which I first wrote about 5 years ago and reworked earlier this year. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, but any feedback (positive or negative) is much appreciated!
  6. Not sure what to do during lockdown and quarantine, so I decided to write a new piece of music. As the title suggested, this piece involves both tragic and love, which can be hard to distinguish these two sometimes. Is it tragic or is it love ? I'll let you all decide hehe x
  7. I wanted to dedicate a piece to a loved one, so I composed a waltz in piano. Then I met with an orchestra composer to help me orchestrate it. Please, I would love feedback from this community. It is full of people who can give me their PoV and tell me for example "Trumpets louder would sound better in this part; or make this section softer". It is composed of 4 waltzes. The pattern is: 1) D Major; 2) G Major; 3) D Major; 4) G Major; Coda) D Major Thank you so much!
  8. Hi everyone! I just wrote this piece for an orchestra that I was thinking could be used as a theme to some kind of sci-fi adventure set in space. Have a listen to it! Any comments and/or feedback are greatly appreciated since I am a self-taught composer! I'll attach the PDF with the score to the post. Here is the piece itself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2Z3axY6f_Y Hope you'll enjoy it!
  9. Good evening everyone! I'm excited to present a new piece I have been working on for the last month or so: Scherzo for Orchestra. I deliberately wrote this fairly quickly, with the intent to write something fun, conventional, and maybe even a little whimsical. I'm interested in any and all constructive feedback. I had a few goals in mind as I composed this, feel free to critique my success or failure on these: Write something a little more informal and accessible, with catchy, memorable themes. Start with a very simple idea, and build the entire piece off of it. The four bar
  10. Hi, This is the newest movement of my orchestral project, Suite of Minimalism. I cannot decide if I am fully happy with it like the other two movements, and I would like your idea of how the ending could be improved, and if you guys even like it. Philip's Time Machine has some of my favorite moments of music I have written yet, but I can almost tell the second half of the piece sounds rushed. Maybe I am crazy though. If you guys agree and give me some pointers, I will probably spend more time working on it and be back here in another few weeks.
  11. Hi friends, I have a doubt. In the instruments that work in pairs in the orchestra: flute 1,2 / oboe 1,2 / etc..... When we want only one to play a phrase or something, is there a rule to be nº 1 or nº 2? Thanks!
  12. Hi all, I already mentioned in this post I would share the score of my latest music track. I wrote it all first in StaffPad and then rebuild it again on my computer with my favourite libraries. Love to receive some feedback. I really tried to pay attention to harmony, counterpoint and using the right registers for the instruments. Download score: https://bit.ly/3ka0ZLu
  13. Hello everybody, i am new here! My name is Leonardo and i am 17 years old, i am a young composer looking for some feedback! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5zGgmj1ilY I would like to share this with you, hopefully you have some time left in your day and you could take a look at it! It took me 6 months to make. If you want you can comment under the video or on this site, does not really matter! Let me know what you think 🙂
  14. I decided recently to compose a Waltz, feedback greatly appreciated. Thanks🙂 Also, yes, the beginning is not a waltz.
  15. Hey, I made this track for a little game. It´s something like the anno games. I would appreciate it if you could give me your opinion on my track. I would like to know how good or bad it is. https://youtu.be/HzPDoonJ5gA
  16. This is the introduction to a piece, but I haven't continued it yet. This was the first piece I made when I finally built a new computer to handle the samples I downloaded from EastWest's CC plus. What are your thoughts? I do need to edit out some of the beginning as it doesn't start until 9 seconds in.
  17. As a religious person myself, I encountered different spiritual warfare everyday and one day I tried to create the warfare with music. I ended up writing a string orchestra piece with some interesting harmonies and repetitive melodic shape. I think I'm starting to discover my kind of harmony which is great, hope you all enjoy this 🙂
  18. Good evening everyone, I am excited to present a new piece I have been working on: "Sinfonietta No. 2 for Large Orchestra". I have been working on this piece since last December (with a few interruptions due to the pandemic and life in general) and just added the finishing touches this last week. I chose what you might call an "extended" sonata form, with a longer introduction, exposition of two themes, development, recapitulation, and resolution/coda. I am interested in any and all constructive feedback. Since I just completed this piece, I'm very interested and open to ideas on how it c
  19. Here is "The Inevitable". I haven't worked out the score completely. I know there is some where delays in the timing and some weird tonal issues with one part of it. I will look into what is causing. Just curious what your thoughts are so far.
  20. What do you think? Should I continue... It's incomplete, of course. All is based on a PC set (except the very first chords)... It's in Concert Pitch...
  21. First of all I will show the corrected version of the piece, right here: It is scored for 1 flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassons, 2 high horns in C, 2 trumpets in C, timpani (C,G,D,A), and strings. The compositiong plays around themes exposed in a sort exposition. The tonal travel is C-->G for the exposition then Cm-->Abm-->A-->F-->Bb-->(Gm-->Bbm-->C#m-->Em)x2 and finally the reexposition in C major. The movement is in sonata form, but is has some surprises. If you have any feedback please leave a comment. Version wi
  22. Hello everyone. I am a young composer, This is my first original composition, which wrote for symphony orchestra. Petro Melnyk - "Overture of life" Music shows how diverse life can be. Lyrical, melodic, harmonious, but also disturbing, tense. In the first part, the music constantly keeps us in suspense. Marked trombones keep the rhythm, and the different timbres of the instruments do not allow to calm down until the culmination of tension reaches its highest point and the lyrical part begins with a solo oboe which shows not everything as scary as it seems, later other timbres are con
  23. The second movement of my piano concerto, I wrote it during the lockdown and I feel like it exemplifies my mood throughout. I'm particularly pleased with the brief piu mosso section. I wanted to upload it with note performer, although I currently don't have my finances in order. so I didn't, if I get it soon I'll re-upload it. Please let me know your thoughts, and I'm working on the final movement, as I'm not short on time.!
  24. For my Secret Santa entry, I had to describe a world in which all the adults had succumbed to a global pandemic (COVID-19, anyone?), leaving the children alive and alone to fend for themselves and shape the planet they had unwittingly inherited. Though this is a fanciful scenario, psychologically this fear of loss of protection and "parental" guidance is not so farfetched. What would happen if all of that were stripped away? (It invariably is many times throughout our lives.) So that's what this work aims to delve into. I did not intend to get so carried away with this project. I wanted i
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