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  1. this is my new piece, an arrangement of a Christian psalm, hope you like it! the video: 【黄越青】钢琴独奏作品:主题和四个变奏_哔哩哔哩_bilibili
  2. Hello Everyone! This is my first full piece I ever made. I composed it a couple years ago, and I am still very proud of it and finally got to record myself playing it. I wrote it during my first very emotional struggle as a teenager. A very close friend had helped me get through it, help me feel some joy, and I am incredibly grateful for they're comfort and compassion. This piece is the result of that whole experience. Though it means so much to me, I hope you can find some value in it yourself! Let me know what you think down below, and I'd greatly appreciate any criticism, critique, or advice, as I am young composer interested in getting better at writing music and exploring the world of composers! Have a nice day! : D
  3. Hello. I'm new to this forum and have no idea how it works, but I've been looking at some comps and they look great. I show you a little piece I did for piano a while ago. Maybe I'll make an album with works of this character. https://youtu.be/WZlpsdsHUk0 (sorry for the MIDI)
  4. hello everyone, I am back, this is my new piece, hope you like it! the video: 【终极完美版】作品5之2 微分音钢琴音乐的开山之作_哔哩哔哩_bilibili
  5. Hello everyone, I am back, this is my new piece, hope you like it. the video: 【微分音钢琴】作品5之1 无标题_哔哩哔哩_bilibili
  6. hello everyone, I am back, this is my new piece, hope you like it! the video: 作品4之4 重复的艺术_哔哩哔哩 (゜-゜)つロ 干杯~-bilibili
  7. this is a piano arrangement of a Christian hymn written by me, hope you like it the video: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1Ya4y1p7zh/
  8. Here's a piece I've been working on the past few days, an Adagio in E Minor for solo piano. I've reached the C minor section(that's where the momentum in the bass picks up to the point of me not marking the pedal so it doesn't get muddy). I was aiming for that "stable but not so stable" kind of feeling in the A minor section that starts at bar 40. I've thought of adding a second voice to the right hand starting in bar 17 where the E minor melody is taken up an octave, but I'm not certain if it should be above the original melody, below it, or a mixture of both, I just know that I think it needs a second voice there. There's a chromatic lament bass starting in bar 28 and then the melody comes back in bar 32. Bars 48-58 seem almost chorale-like to me, like I should turn the right hand melody into a string of chords. What do you think of the piece so far? I haven't put in the dynamics yet, but that's because dynamics are one of the last things I add to my compositions followed only by slurs. Notes and articulations come first. I can hear the dynamic arc within the piece and that arc is what I go by when it comes time to add the dynamics. One thing I'm wondering in terms of the pedaling is if I should mark that the pedal is to be absent in bar 62. I mean, I know that sometimes, even without a pedal sempre marking, the pianist will continue pedaling where it isn't marked and bar 62 isn't really suited for pedaling because of the C minor scale in the bass. And come to think of it, how would I mark that the pedal is to be absent?
  9. hello everyone, I am back, this is my new piece, hope you like it and welcome your commentation the video: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1LV411S7VX/
  10. Hello everyone, I am back, this is my new piece, hope you like it
  11. this is an album includes 6 lyric pieces I previously wrote, some of them were readjusted to be more pleasant to the ear, hope you like them, and comment them as many words as possible. the video: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV14A411j7om/
  12. hello everyone, I am back, this is my new piece, hope you like it the video: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV165411L7yC
  13. Hello everyone, I am back, this is my new piece, hope you like it. The video: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1Pk4y1y7UM/
  14. hello everyone, this is my new piece, hope you like it the video: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1tA411i7zF/
  15. this is my new compisition, hope you like it. video: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1Pf4y1178o/
  16. hello everyone, this is one of my old pieces, a piano arrangement of a Christian hymn, when I was free, I rearranged it and adjusted its sound effect, hope you like it
  17. Hello everyone, I am back, this is my second piano piece of microtonal music, hope you like it!
  18. this is a new piece I wrote, hope you like it! the video: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1k54y1X7ez/
  19. Hello everyone, I am coming back, this is my new piece, hope you like it
  20. Dear All, I am presenting my latest song in this post. I finalized it a few weeks ago. I'll be glad if you listen to it and tell me what you think. Best regards, Velvet.pdf Selcuk Ozer
  21. Hello everyone, I am back, this time I'm going to post a piano arrangement of a Christian hymn, hope you like it!
  22. So, I have finished my first minuet and trio for solo piano. Hope you like it :3. I added an harmonic analysis (very roughly). Any comments are apreciated :3. Almost all the minuet is based on this motive.
  23. This is a new revision of the first composition for solo pianoforte from a collection that I am currently writing slowly. I have written the second one a while back. This was my first attempt at a sort of East-meets-West theme. The A section features a great deal of change in time signatures, with an Asian-style melody in G minor. This then bleeds into the B section that is mostly a regular polonaise in E-flat major, before returning to the A section. This is only a rendering using MuseScore3. I plan to record myself playing this piece again soon and upload a video of it as well. Enjoy.
  24. I started writing a suite for Solo Piano with the theme of 12 months of the year. I also am writing a poem related to each month as an epigraph for each movement. This first post will be about the January Movement. I do multiple things to get across the feel of January. Here is what I do and what it represents: Grace notes and staccato: Snowfall Slow tempo arpeggios: Walking through the forest Episodes of G minor and a single episode of C major: Lamentation, like "Oh, when will it warm up? It is so cold out here that I could freeze if I didn't have this coat on. I really hope it is soon." Major key melody in octaves or with full chords underneath(most of the time D major, but other keys are also used): Hope Minor key melody in octaves: Hope is extinguished Major over minor polytonality: The question of if there is hope Trills and/or alternating bass: Shivering, the combination of trills and alternating bass portrays more shivering than either trills alone or alternating bass alone, loud dynamic, even more shivering Fast scale motives of 4 notes each, rising: Wind Gust False ending - Leads into a Coda Pedaled arpeggio across the keyboard followed by quiet chord - True ending of the piece How well do you think I portrayed the cold weather and the feel of the month of January? And what do you think of my January poem that is right above the score? Also, what key do you think I should have the February movement in? Oh, before you can answer that, here is what I am planning as far as keys: January: D minor Other months: Some key trajectory that smoothly takes me to my target December: D major And here are the keys I have thought of maybe having the February movement be in: G major - Major subdominant of D minor A major - Dominant of D minor C major - Unrelated harmonically to D minor, but close in proximity to it(I don't consider the I - ii relationship to be a close harmonic relationship at all) Bb major - Submediant of D minor F major - Relative major of D minor D major - Parallel major of D minor If it helps, here are the keys I have thought of having the March movement be in: D major F major Eb major Bb major I know that I don't want to hit the D major key too early on in the piece, otherwise it might sound like the ending(most minor key pieces I know that end in the parallel major delay the parallel major until the last minute or in multi-movement works, the last movement. And Beethoven, the composer of most influence on me, he sometimes sets up a Picardy Third only to later say "Nope, I'm going to end this in the minor key it started in."(I know for a fact that he does this in the first movement of his Fifth Symphony and the Rondo of his Pathetique Sonata). So, anyway, what do you think of my January Movement of this suite and the poem that corresponds to this movement? And, any ideas as to which of the 6 keys I proposed for the February movement should be the actual key of that movement? Because, that is what I will be composing next is the February movement. I plan for the February movement to have a warm tone(thus the major key), a feel of love, a more obvious melody, and sort of a waltz feel to it(definitely will be in triple meter), there will still be some of those trills and alternating bass to evoke the cold temperatures, but not as many.
  25. hello everyone, I am back, this is my new piece, hope you like it. Op109 Nr12 by Synthesia
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