While working on bigger compositions I made another waltz, please do let me know what you think of it.
I am writing a fantasia where I am representing the flow of a river from a little stream out to sea(I even nicknamed the piece River Fantasia), and because it is a fantasia, I'm not really focusing on the themes, motives, etc. like I would for a sonata. I'm just improvising the melody and bass as I go along. But I do have an arc for my fantasia which goes like this:
Little stream - High pitched, even the "bass" is in the treble clef here, slow, quiet, feels like it is starting to flow
Like how a stream gets bigger, my melody becomes more ornamented and my bass becomes more rich(going from a single melodic line with more scales towards more arpeggios and chords), gradually sinking down from the treble clef into the bass clef(contrary motion being part of how the bass line sinks), and my dynamics gradually get louder(I mean, even at the beginning, there are forte moments, but like the average dynamic gets louder)
Rapids - Lots of bass motion, especially in fast octaves, to get across the turbulence, changes from major to minor, lots of loud dynamics, faster notes in general
As you get further away from the rapids, the turbulence leaves behind a grandiose sound to the bass and the melody, it changes back to major, and the notes slow down
Widening river - Grandiosity, left hand continues to play in the bass clef, rapid, turbulent motion(along with the change to minor and everything else in the first instance of the rapids) may or may not come back(I haven't decided yet, I will decide when I get there), overall note speed slows down, even if the tempo doesn't budge
River gets quite wide - The grandiosity that was there before starts diminishing, dynamics get quieter, notes get even slower, music heads towards a final cadence
Out to sea - The diminuendo continues, if the tempo hasn't already slowed down, a ritardando occurs, music ends at least as quiet, possibly even quieter than it began, the final cadence has an extensive arpeggio that is played by both hands and then a final chord
As you can see, the contrary motion is part of how the bass line sinks from the treble clef into the bass clef, and scales are used more towards the beginning of the piece. I have reached my first Rapids moment of the piece. And as you can see, in the 6 measures before, I prepare the major to minor motion with downward moving chromaticism. And since the Rapids moment has a lot of octaves, loud dynamics, and faster notes in general, I decided to do an accellerando in the 3 measures before the Rapids moment. What do you think of what I have written so far? And also, what do you think of the F major to C minor motion? And what do you think of my mid-piece Picardy Third in a ritardando to represent moving away from the turbulence of the rapids?
noticed that i couldn't find a 100% correct or close to it transcription of megalovania of careless whisper for alto sax.
made one of each.
They're both also in the group sheet music
Hi guys I just started playing alto sax about 2 months ago and could anyone post any easy sax music, thx😀
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I started a new suite for solo piano right hand.
Check it out:
It's really subpar compared to my other works , but i hope you like it!
Hey guys !
It's been a while since I haven't composed, but I'm happy to share with you the two new pieces I made !
Feel free to give me your feedback :)
Prelude in C minor : https://musescore.com/user/28075548/scores/5798463
Fantaisie : https://musescore.com/user/28075548/scores/5798597
i don't know