Let me know what you think of this in the comments.
This is a piece that I have been working on that I really wanted to share with you guys. The theme is very addicting and it is surprisingly playable for being a hard piece and I dare say that it is the best piece I have produced in a while. This piece is written in 3/4 and features a rather dark, melancholic and romantic sounding subject which gets more and more decorated and complicated as the piece goes on. Until you reach the climax at the end, when everything is toned down and brought to a still and contemplative resolution.
Sounds like Chopin
Before someone gives a feedback i just wanna say that ive not studied music and im 13.
(I know that the beginning isnt that good)
A new score I composed yesterday. Any comments are welcomed.
How do you connect chords from both staves?
This song just happened to flash across my mind; however, I do not remember the title, and would really appreciate it if anyone who knew the title could please comment it.
Hello everyone. I love to play the piano and writing arrangements for it. So far, all of my scores have been arranged by me but not composed by me. I've just been remixing songs. I would like to try to compose my own song but I don't know what theme I should make this song. Should it be sad, adventurous, lively, jazzy, or playful? I don't know. Let me know what you think I should try. Thanks!
This is a short arrangement of the beautiful hymn "Abide with Me" for string quartet. Hope you enjoy!
Here is the link to my Scherzo in F. I now have a second phrase in F major with staccato eighths and a third phrase in C major. I am aiming for a light Haydnesque feel to the scherzo. I used an augmented 6th to go to C major and then I just had C go to an F major chord at the end of the C major phrase. What do you think so far of my Scherzo?