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  1. Here's a waltz I wrote as part of a collection I'm working on. Give me feedback please! This is the first piano piece I've ever put on here.
  2. This is the scale here: C - D# - E - Fx - G# - B, which is a mix of C+ and B+.
  3. Hi everyone! This is the second in a series of piano waltz’s I’m working on. This is the only one I have completed so far, although I’m sure I will make some changes. I started composing this on Tuesday and finished it on Friday. It begins in G major, modulates to Eb major in the middle and then ends in G major. Within the G major sections, there are also modulations to the the relative minor occasionally. Also, this is a recording of me playing it, so the cuts in it are from me editing out stutters, so you can fully understand what the piece is supposed to sound like. I apologize for t
  4. Well, this is my second week of the waltz challenge, it is pretty late because engineering is sucking mylife out and I dont have much time to compose :c. With this one I tried to get out of my comfort zone, I used extended harmony,some basic counterpoint and writting mostly in major which are some of the things that Im bad at. Hope you like it, any feedback is welcome.
  5. 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/
  6. Ever since I started composing, I've always been interesting in programmatic music – music that tells a story or represents an existing one. This waltz was inspired by Natasha Van Meer, a character from my favourite novel, 'Special Topics in Calamity Physics' by Marisha Pessl. This isn't strictly a programmatic piece in the sense of following the exact events of a story; it's more of an attempt to summarise the character in musical form. More details about that in the score's programme notes (but please feel free to listen without reading them!). As always, any feedback welcome!
  7. A waltz I composed several years ago, which was originally a piano piece until I reworked it for string orchestra earlier this year. I'm trying to evoke a specific mood with this one – something beautiful but dangerous, elegant and alluring yet simultaneously threatening. As always, any feedback is welcome!
  8. I wanted to dedicate a piece to a loved one, so I composed a waltz in piano. Then I met with an orchestra composer to help me orchestrate it. Please, I would love feedback from this community. It is full of people who can give me their PoV and tell me for example "Trumpets louder would sound better in this part; or make this section softer". It is composed of 4 waltzes. The pattern is: 1) D Major; 2) G Major; 3) D Major; 4) G Major; Coda) D Major Thank you so much!
  9. I decided recently to compose a Waltz, feedback greatly appreciated. Thanks🙂 Also, yes, the beginning is not a waltz.
  10. Hello & thanks for visiting! This is my latest piano waltz called "Paris". It's my second piece in my series of waltzes dedicated to famous cities. This time I tried to utilize more chromatic and dissonant elements in my composition and to vary the chord patterns more than in the previous waltz Op.4 No.1 "Vienna". It is a rather simple and short piece that has the following form: A - B - B' - C1 - C2 - A' - B - B' A: A quiet introduction theme in c minor B: Main theme in c minor B': A more dramatic and vivid variation of B C1: First intermediate them
  11. I have written a small classical waltz for the piano in G major. It goes through a few minor changes throughout the duration of the work. Please feel free to give me any criticism at all. I am looking to improving the work (possibly posting on this thread an improved version later). I will not describe my intentions because then it tells you what to imagine (same reason to why I do not name my compositions). Thank you for your time.
  12. This is my first real post here, and I thought I'd start with a simple little ternary waltz. Little Waltz in E-flat minor (2).mp3 Little Waltz in E-flat minor (2).pdf
  13. This is my first posting on this forum. This is the second piece of my waltzes suite, written in c# minor.. It's nicknamed "memories during quarantine". The opening part resembles resembles the thinker's current situation as he is mentally exhausted by the restrictions put upon him and the entire world. Then the person think's of the good times before these. To show that the waltz modulates into e major and back to c# to reach him in the current situation. Note:The Piece was made using Flat.io. It is inspired of Schubert's serenade and my favourite Chopin's nocturne and waltz in C# min
  14. A piece that a friend commissioned me to write. just a simple waltz that I wrote in a day. It's repetitive and relatively simple but yeah I hope you enjoy. It's in rondo form and is essentially me trying to be as unoriginal as possible and I think it is one of my best especially as I didn't think too much about it.
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. I had this idea come to mind a few days ago. What if I combine the Waltz and the Sonata into a single piece? Since I already wrote several sonatas, I figured I would emphasize the Waltz part of this piece by constantly having a waltz-like bassline. I have finished the exposition of this piece. I made the first theme be more scalar in nature and the second theme have more arpeggios to provide melodic contrast, since the bass couldn't really provide much contrast besides key, being a waltz and all that. For the transition, I started in F major and then went to C major and then went back and fort
  18. Hi all! This here is my first attempt to write a waltz for piano and my first attempt to transcribe it into sheet music. This piece was composed in the piano roll of a DAW. Please excuse any mistakes or unprofessional parts in the score, since I am neither a piano player nor am trained in music Theory. It is my first waltz, so I tried to keep this piece simple and understandable. The structure of the piece is as follows: Short Intro - A - B - C - A' - D - B' - C - A'' A: A rather quiet presentation of the main theme B: A lively intermediate theme 😄 A dramatic
  19. Dear all, If you have read the international news, you may have noticed the situations of the Hong Kong protests. In absurd times, conscientious men dance to weird Waltzes. And I have written one. Any comments are appreciated. Thank you. Best, HoYin
  20. Greetings. I listened to lots of waltzes and nocturnes, specially those which are composed by my most favorite composer, Chopin, and I couldn't find any "Form" or formula to make a nocturne or waltz. I have searched about Waltz, and I found it's a piece with 3/4 time signature, and one chord per measure. But, I really couldn't write anything sound like a waltz I heard before. And also, I couldn't find any guides or tutorials on writing a nocturne (I know that's "Music of the night", but anything about form or anything similar?) Thanks
  21. I think this is the first piece/idea that I ever composed. I have changed it a little bit, but it is pretty much the same as it was when it was first composed (a long while ago). It is a very simple piece and may not be a waltz to be honest (some of it is in 4/4 time). Thought I'd upload it anyway to see what you guys think. I probably won't change it much in the future as I don't really compose good waltzes and haven't had much time at all recently and probably won't for a while. Feedback is appreciated of course. Cheers.
  22. I wrote this short waltz for piano. I hope it can be interesting. Feedback apprecciated https://soundcloud.com/roberto-zini-84021232/valzer-dei-mirtilli-1
  23. Small concertino for trumpet in only one movement, inspired by Alban's variations. Any criticsm and opinion is welcomed!
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