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  1. Hello ! Today i tried a Poirot Tribute Starting with Orchestral Ensemble , going into 1940s Jazz . POIROT TRIBUTE | FILM MIX 1
  2. Hello, as a composition exercise, I tried to reharmonize and orchestrate the famous 3rd movement of the sonata n°11 by Mozart, the rondo alla turca, or Turkish March. Only the upper part of the melody has been kept, and it has been kept unchanged. I tried to propose diverse musical moods. The very first part was intended to be performed by SATB singers but for audio quality reason, I replaced it with a Woodwind quartet (electronic instruments) https://www.youtube.com/embed/26Srn1p3zYw What do you think about the harmony ? EmotiveScores
  3. Sometimes a new composing project can drive you nuts. Momentarily I have to deal with one of those. I can’t put my finger on it, but something is wrong. Something is missing. Something doesn’t work. Which is really frustrating. I guess there are many strategies to get out of these situations. One that often seems to work for me, is studying work from others. Doing a remake of an existing score. And that is just what I have done this time. A remake of a small piece of the Polar Express Suite! If you would like to remake this piece of the Polar Express Suite yourself, you can download the midi-mockup of this project on my Patreon page for free: https://patreon.com/gh0stwrit3r/
  4. Hello everyone, I am eager to join the forums and check out everyone else's work! I just posted my first original orchestral track, Protector of Light on Youtube. Please take a listen and provide feedback! This utilizes orchestral sample libraries only, but I plan to incorporate live recorded instruments into future works. If anyone likes the music, please subscribe. I have many more songs in the works! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsPGNgYxtuI&feature=youtu.be Kind Regards, StarCrypt
  5. Hello everyone! I'm Norbert from Hungary and want to share one of my pieces with you i've written 5 years ago. I included a little backstory for this piece about how i made a little "Fiverr Orchestra" to play my piece which i mixed in with Note Performer 3's samples. Please read it before making any comment, because context matters! Thanks for listening! Enjoy! : ) (I also included the original midi files, along with the recorded live files and also of course the final mix with score. Also i'm not promoting Fiverr in any way as i stated in the pdf, i just wanted to give credits to the musicians involved, because they deserve it!) Here's the link for the midi version: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CaRCS_8gdb49YOsqAAbKMmhM5eFNbEUC
  6. Hello everybody ! Me and my friend Alexandra Fojtyik, made a cover of this beautiful song from Game of Thrones. Don't hesitate to give any feedback that you think would be necessary ! Thanks for listening ! :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCtoL6AUtYg
  7. Hey Youngcomposers! Been a part of this community for years, and I'm so glad to see it's still growing! I wrote just a little adventure piece with some Celtic influences. I hope you enjoy it! I had a ton of fun writing it. Edit: I also threw this piece with some other ones on spotify. Feel free to take a listen! https://open.spotify.com/album/5I1tcYvpdeea9p3MQ5nrOQ?si=juYyyaajQVKWafkLuKM21Q
  8. This is the first Waltz I ever have composed. It's in a kinda oriental sphere written. Would love to hear your opinions 🙂 https://youtu.be/8EPBmkm0vos
  9. It's a planet earth-y style orchestral piece. I've got my own theories, but fresh ears are always a huge plus! Don't hold back:
  10. Time is eternal. As sentient beings, we often fail to understand that despite the eternal nature of time, we -ourselves- aren't. At some point, our lights will extinguish -our lives will come to an end. This is scored for a chamber orchestra of one of each woodwinds (1.1.1.1), brass (1.1.1.1), vibraphone, timpani, and strings. Compositionally, this is an abridged sonata form. The exposition lasts for roughly the first minute, the development section lasts most of the work. The recapitulation was shortened to just a restatement of one theme (with textural variation) with coda. I'd love to have some comments regarding the orchestration -as that's still an area I'm trying to strengthen. Hope you enjoy!
  11. So this is the first draft of an orchestral piece I'm working on for a submission. The name is just a working title. Some trouble spots: 1. I'm not a brass player at all -thus, I don't feel comfortable writing for brass (save the solo instrument, which I'm fine on). 2. Orchestration was not my strong suit in University -at least not in terms of full orchestra. Tips on how to handle the brass choir and woodwinds would be especially helpful. I'll be updating the wind parts here in a day or two once I figure out which contrapuntal lines I want them focus on leading up to the final climax. I'm also looking at expanding the material at the very end for the full orchestra -and playing with the interval in the 1st violin (as that is the main motif of the entire work). Hope you enjoy this draft -it's probably going to be changed.
  12. The beauty of music is that it brings people together. From all over the world! It’s an universal language to which we all can connect. A couple of months ago I met macky@piano♪♪(まっきぃ) She is a wonderful pianist from Japan playing outstanding improvisations. Music that speaks to the heart and mind. I'm a big fan of her and it is a great honour to do this collaboration with her. A sweet, romantic music track within the atmosphere of Christmas. On the piano: macky@piano♪♪(まっきぃ) Arrangement, mixing and mastering: David Jansen [a.k.a. Gh0stwrit3r] I hope you enjoy it!
  13. Hey everyone ! I'd like to share with you my first composition which is " L'étoile " ( the star in french) I hope you enjoy it 🙂 See ya J.Kaw © Julien_Kaw version_finale_etoile.mp3
  14. Hello! I just would like to have some feedback on this track I wrote. I wanted to represent a typical traffic jam situation in a very big city. The piece is written for a large woodwind ensemble, piano and percussions.
  15. I lately created this orchestral piece, because I wanted to create something "christmassy" but in a rather spooky approach. It was meant as the soundtrack of krampus (a european demon who punishes the bad kids around christmas time - the bad equivalent of santa or saint nicholas). The soundtrack actually tells the story of how saint nicholas conquered krampus but I don't wanna say more about it. Let me know what you think and what I did wrong in your mind. https://soundcloud.com/kfan45/a-tale-of-krampus-and-saint-nicholas
  16. https://mixwiththemasters.com/itt31 Another freebie! Good day everyone! John Powell just announced that his mix with the masters episode is free to watch, so dig in 🙂 i adore his work on the dragon series so this is super exciting.
  17. Hi everyone! I finished this mockup of one of my favourite soundtracks today. Thought I'd share it with you. It's the main theme from the film Schindler's List composed by John Wiliams. I did it mainly to work on my midi mockup and mixing skills. I aimed for a sound as realistic to a real orchestra as possible. I also tried to make the sound a little "vintage" and not so hyped as you can hear in a lot of today's film music. Hope you'll enjoy. Any feedback is appreciated!
  18. I composed a new music track. This time with solo strings, solo woodwinds, small percussion, harp, piano and supporting chamber strings. I've tried to accomplish a positive happy energy. I would really love to get some feedback on this one.
  19. Star Wars belongs to our cultural heritage. The music is truly phenomenal! Written by John Williams, the man that plays in his own league. He is one of my biggest examples and a never ending inspiration source. How great it is then to attend a live performance of the International Symphony Orchestra of Lviv and the National Choir of Ukraine 'Dumka' playing his music (and from Danny Elfman, Hans Zimmer, Mykola Lysenko, Ramin Djawadi and Vangelis). It was mindblowing! In this video I'll do a short analysis of what is happening on the stage during the Imperial March, Darth Vader's Theme. The music track that has been released in 1980! Hopefully you'll enjoy it! And that it inspires you to write (more) orchestral music for film. Cause maybe on one day ... your work might be performed on stage by a symphony orchestra and choir like this 😉 https://youtu.be/t2L7cB5nRro From a theoretical point of view this composition is also quite fascinating! I can talk about it for many hours. Did you know: During the march all of the pitched instruments playing (strings, horns, and timpani) are at or near the very bottom of their range. The result is a very dark color to the sound. Harmonically, it focuses on the dark sound of minor chords and presents distorted versions of what would otherwise be normal progressions (i–#iv–#v–i in G minor) Melodically, the theme is constantly moving in the downward direction Fascinating!
  20. Dear all, I would like you to write the series of traditional orchestral film music score-styled albums and conduct as well. I suggest we stick to seven albums and that would be enough. And they are: After the Rain - in the style of lush and romantic Maurice Jarre with a slow opening and slow ending (16 tracks) (Piano solos included) Sad Memory - in the style of mournful and emotional Elmer Bernstein with a slow opening and slow ending (16 tracks) (Piano solos included) War on Terror - 9/11 and the Iraq War - in the style of action-packed, dramatic, mournful and emotional James Horner with a slow opening and slow ending (32 tracks) (Piano and trumpet solos included) The Places Between - in the style of lush and romantic John Barry with a slow opening and slow ending (16 tracks) (Piano and harmonica solos included) Golda - in the style of lush, softer and dramatic Georges Delerue with a slow opening and slow ending (32 tracks) (Piano solos included) Friends and Lovers - in the style of lush and romantic Marvin Hamlisch with a slow opening and slow ending (16 tracks) (Piano, tenor sax and harmonica solos included) Notes of the Noblewoman - in the style of haunting and softer Wojciech Kilar with a slow opening and slow ending (32 tracks) (Piano and cello solos included) This will begin ASAP and when it's done I would like you to record each album elsewhere with the live orchestra and group of soloists in Los Angeles starting from next year. Please apply if you are interested. Sincerely, Lwazi Nkiwane
  21. So here's another older piece I wrote some years ago which needs some feedback. Wanted to also add that I'm really bad with giving names but I think this name fits well 🤔 I hope you'll enjoy it 😁
  22. Hi all, this is my first post here. Was hoping for some feedback on this latest attempt at putting the whole orchestra to work: Peace -Rob
  23. https://soundcloud.com/syadeu/way-1 Thanks 🙂
  24. Today Sunshine Tales, my latest orchestral music track, has been released. I'm really curious what you think of it. Love to hear!
  25. Hello everyone! The last week I've worked on an arrangement of a folk/trad song. It's originally called "Have you seen the ghost of tom". I find the melody quite melancolic and in the first part of the piece I try to express that feeling. But later I tried to make it brighter and more heroic like "a toast to Tom!". Anyway, that was what I was thinking of making this piece. I had a great time making this one! Any feedback or criticism is appreciated?
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