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  1. I was inspired by the sound and arrangement style of this album I found on YouTube called Sailing to the World. -- I may have ruined my presentation by linking to this comparison! I figured subdued dynamics and generous use of the sustain pedal were important to the sound I wanted. I also tried to add some moments of rhythmic fluidity. Do you think the ending is okay? I realize that the last chord may be a little sideways. I personally like it, but I also feel a little bit uncertain about it.
  2. Hi, I made a second movement for my sonata but, I'm not sure if it fits the first movement. Sorry but I haven't transcribed the score of the second movement to Digital. My plan is to make the 3rd movement a minuet in C major and the 4th a presto in C minor, in rondo sonata form Any comment is apreciated :3
  3. Well, this was my very first composition, I composed this when I was 14 and about to turn 15, I called this "waltz of the 13 days" or "vals de los 13 dias" in spanish, because I composed this in 13 days. When I first started hearing "classical" music, I liked a lo beethoven's sonata no.14, since it is in C# minor, it became my very favorite key since then, and also that's why my first composition is in such a "difficult key". In this composition I used the same harmonic scheme that pachelbel's canon in D major (I, V, VIm, IIIm,IV, I,) but transposed to C# minor. and adding a dominant bef
  4. My bagatelle in Eb, just as I thought, would be finished in the 16 day timeframe that I gave myself to write this piece. It is an homage to my favorite composer, Ludwig van Beethoven. You might notice that I use the motive basically throughout the piece. Beethoven does that a lot, so I figured that it would only fit if I did that too. And there are a lot of octaves. Again, Beethoven's pieces tend to have octaves all over the place. You might also notice a resemblance between the motive I use in my bagatelle and the Fate motive in Beethoven's Fifth. However, unlike in Beethoven's Fifth, I don't
  5. "Marcia Funebre" for Piano Here a little funeral march that proably I will generate a more developed pice from it: Marcia Funebre (3).mp3 Marcia Funebre.pdf Open for suggestion and feedback! ADVICE! The dynimic notation is still not finished.
  6. Pieces for Pianoforte Op. 21 No 2 - Pastorale This is the 2nd piece of a collection of piano pieces I am slowly writing. The 1st piece, I wrote many years back. I only now finally found the motivation to write for the 2nd. Let me know what you think. This is a digital rendering using MuseScore3.
  7. I wrote this as a short loop. It doesn't really have an ending. I hope it captures the uneasiness you might feel in a dark forest. I always compose using an algorithmic process. I hope you enjoy the results.
  8. Last year my mind was buzzing with musical ideas, so I sat down and composed seven preludes for piano. I called them 'Seven Preludes for Rainy Days' (Sjö fyrir-söngur fyrir rigningardegi). They're a simple collection of some expository compositions, each one quite different from the rest. 4 are in major keys, 3 are in minor. (The title and directions are in Icelandic, but there is a glossary at the end of the PDF for your reference.) I hope you enjoy listening to them!
  9. Hi! I'm new to this site, and I'm not here for myself. I joined this site for my friend who is an amazing pianist and insane at improvisation. He is very good, and what I upload here, with his permission, is pure improvisation. I think that if you give the music a nice amount of feedback, he will have more motivation to compose and improvise more, and I will upload more here. Please listen closely to these audio files from my friend and please give me/him some feedback on his playing. The feedback can be either good or bad. I just want him to be heard, and given feedback to. Piano im
  10. Hello everyone, Here is a little piece I wrote over the holidays. The theme is actually a mix of 2 themes by Rachmaninoff combined into one, from the 2nd movement of his Piano Sonata no. 2 in B-flat minor, and his Prelude in B minor. It is a short piece, only lasting 6 minutes. I might add another piece to the opus number later on, but in the mean time, it will remain as is. Here is my performance on Youtube: I hope you all enjoy. 🙂 Theo
  11. This is kinda like a thru-written sonata, it has three short parts, and the ending is a bit unresolved, also this is a Finale playback too, enjoy!
  12. Hello fellow composers, I was recently afforded the opportunity to perform a recital of my own works and decided afterwards to record a couple of them in a home setting. This is a collection of relatively brief solo piano preludes. It's a rather unusual work for me, as I generally tend towards longer, more developed chamber music. These are more like independent, fleeting ideas. This collection moves chromatically from C through B, alternating between major and minor. The musical style would be right at home in the 19th century, which is the period of music that I most appreciate
  13. Think snow, vast, white-covered meadows of snow ...
  14. I'd love to get your feedback. This is like a sweet lullaby, but with contemporary sounds and melody.
  15. I mean the late afternoon in the late summer, when the sun is yellow-orange and the days stretch out, like a state of mind.
  16. This piece "came through me" all at once on a sunny afternoon.
  17. Hi everyone! This is another composition I wrote for solo piano. It's called Ballerina and I wrote the main theme in early 2013,but I didn't finish the piece until the late 2014. When it comes to the style I think it's got elements of romanticism and contemporary piano music. Judging of this is up to you guys,please let me know what you think :) There's a nice story behind this video. Peter Nagy- a legend of Slovak popmusic,great singer/songwriter and a great photographer came up with the idea of paying tribute to a talented young Japanese ballet dancer Aya Watanabe, he made a f
  18. Hey... I'd like your opinion on my performance on this style, I'm seeking job as pianist in Restaurants or Hotels but no luck so far, they have musicians already, still, there are more places I can go to offer my services.. There is not much Jazz in Mexico, there are tons of so-called musicians with keyboards playing a melody along midi background, sometimes the piano is there but they prefer to carry their heavy stuff (bad sign). My performance in these videos is already good enough for my city, but you people from other places, specially American guys, even New York guys, I bet you know p
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