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I recently came across a very old piece for strings I wrote in high school which has a soft spot for me since it's the first piece I actually thought was worthwhile. I thought it would work well for organ so I transcribed it. The score is very untidy but I'll post it once I've cleaned it up.
This is a piece I started on in Fall, 2020. I sort of forgot about it for a time because a different project took priority for me. However, I want to make a few final changes to this and call it a completed piece. One of the changes will be the title: I plan to call the piece simply "Baptism". This was suggested by my organ teacher. He said it would help to make the piece seem more useful to a church organist as it could be used for any topic relating to baptism in general, not just the baptism of Jesus. I would love to hear if anyone has any suggestions for the piece, as I am about to start revising it.
This is a piece I composed this spring. I would classify it as a Toccata-esk organ piece, however when I wrote it I didn't intend for it to be a Toccata. I don't really know how to categorise this piece, I hope some parts of it are quite enjoyable.
Hello, I've recently tried a new composing style and wanted your thoughts on the results. I basically sat down on the organ and thought of a quick story (like a chase for example), saw what came to my mind and learnt the piece by heart until I was able to reliably record it without making too many mistakes. I've recorded 3 of my attempts, I'm going to give you a quick insight about what they are supposed to capture. 1st example: Supposed to simbolize someone going outside after a very heavy thunder storm, getting onto a train and daydreaming, but the train hits the emergency breaks and the adrenaline induces almost a panic attack, which then leads to him fainting and having another dream, that is more sinister than the first one. Example #2: Someone walking through a very mysterious yet sinister enviroment and then getting chased, basically running until he finds shelter. I find the end to be a bit unsatisfactory, but I don't want to judge my own music. Example 3: I'm not quite sure of this one, but what I can remember that it was supposed to represent someone waking up, and having a sick day. I'd love to know what you think about them. I wouldn't even mind being told every single one is a disaster, as long as I can learn from my mistakes.