Please check out my first piano composition 'variations on a recurring dream'. Any feedback would be much appreciated.
A lively and spirited piece for piano solo.
If you enjoy listening to my composition please let me know. I am so grateful for all the comments I have received on my pieces so far. THANK YOU! 😀
I am having a hard time deciding what I should do next, please help me decide.
The choices I have narrowed it down to are:
I Bet My Life-Imagine Dragons
Viva La Vida-Coldplay
The Greatest Show-The Greatest Showman
From Now On-The Greatest Showman
Dragonhearted-Tryhardninja & Captainsparkles
Post your thoughts as to which one I should do.
(Please make it easier for me, if someone has already put the song you want in the thought, just comment on that thought, thank you)
I'm planning on auditioning for a fine arts high-school for 10th grade, and I wondering what you guys recommend for audition pieces. I need two pieces, one contemporary and one classical.
I would say I am mid-to-late intermediate, and am in Suzuki book 3 currently.
I need two solo pieces, without an accompaniment.
Thanks in advance,
Vina (literal mochi)
So... I'm trying to upload a score... and it won't upload non matter what. I put a PDF. file in, and filled in the rest of the spaces. I don't get it. Why won't it upload? someone plz help.
Here is my first prélude ready to be listened to:
This is where I will tell all of you the challenges and the due dates.
This is where you will be posted when you win the challenge!
So, I was thinking about musical styles... Every composer have yours. So, listening to my music, how do you define my style of composition?
can i get some constructive criticism for this song?
A sad song that I wrote recently.
This is the first mov. and there are other 2 still in edition (soon I will post the other parts). I have to say that this is a review for a concerto I wrote many years ago in my student time. Comments are always welcome, thanks for listening and I hope you like it.
Hello, i just finished my small composition for string quintet (with pizz double bass). The first part is based on an theme by Jehan Alain (on organ, taken by ear) who was a composer and organist. He died in WWII. He is one of my favourite composers. The second par is in post romantic style. The name "la lettre" refers to a secret handwritten letter that could appear in an imaginary movie :
Thanks for listening and commenting.