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  1. I have finally completed this piece - No. 3 of 'Pieces for Pianoforte' Op. 21 - after months of composer's block. I initially intended to write an upbeat piece in the key of C major that continues the East-meets-West theme (a Scandinavian halling dance with a Chinese-style tune). However, due to the development of recent global events, I have found myself sinking into short (but intense) episodes of despair. And so, I shelved that piece, finding myself unable to sincerely work on the piece. And I wrote this: a prelude in the key of A minor (ending on its parallel major, A major). Stay safe and healthy, guys! Take care! Attached: PDF score & MP3 rendition from MuseScore. YouTube link for live performance here. The YouTube video is accompanied with the score as well.
  2. Hello users of the forum, In a few months, I will be performing on a huge music hall of my city (Vienna) but I have run out of pieces of mine. I would like you, if you could to compose a classical piece based on the romantic era. It should be a virtuosic but melody based piece with a duration at least 3 minutes. Of course if I select to use your composition, you will be given credits with the name of your request.
  3. An original piece by the young composer / arranger Drake King.
  4. Hello! I'm new to these forums but it looks like my kind of place! I just wrote a new piece for piano called, "Happy Days", and would love some feedback. I have had very little formal training, just a theory class back in high school. I learned from my grandparents and self-study. This is supposed to mimic the style of one of my favorite composers, Jon Schmidt, but mainly it's supposed to sound happy. I have some other pieces on my YouTube page if you want to hear more! Thanks! Video Link: Sheet Music Link: https://musescore.com/user/26861998/scores/4800085
  5. Dear friends, Would you like to participate in a piano composition competition without leaving home? The Eight Piano Composition Competition Fidelio via The Internet is open for registration. In case you want to participate you are very welcome. As usual, It is very simple, you only need to play your own piano composition (1 to 4 minutes), and send the audio file, that’s all. Inscription: 10 euros or equivalent in dollars In this competition you choose the winners of the cash prizes through a voting system published in the web. When you enter the voting rounds you only vote for the music you listen without knowing the author's name or pseudonym. It's only known when the final results are given. Deadline to submit your audio file: November the 30th. 2017 Many countries involved. The style of the music is free. Enter here to read complete guidelines, know prizes and listen to past winner's piano compositions: http://concursodecomposicionparapianofidelio.com/ With best wishes Antonio Ruiz Asumendi (Director)
  6. Dear friends, Would you like to participate in the Sixth Piano Composition Competition Fidelio at home via internet? http://concursodecomposicionparapianofidelio.com/bases-del-concurso/ Inscription 9 euros or equivalent in dollars. 5 prizes, three in cash. In this competition the winners are chosen by the entrants through a voting system published in the web, it means that you and the other participants will have to vote for the works via email. It's very simple, you just have to inscribe and send your audio file. Joining the voting rounds is quite exciting! You can participate with name or nickname. Deadline to submit your piano composition October the 30th. There is something new compared to last competition: 1) audio files can last up to 4 minutes. 2) People will be encouraged to leave comments on the works when voting, this comments will be sent privately to each one of the participants along with the results. All the best. Antonio Ruiz
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