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Transcription Challenge

So I am thinking of transcribing the Nutcracker Suite for piano duet. I think I can still get the Mozart dedicated piano sonata finished by Mozart's birthday if I focus more on the sonata during the day, when my dad isn't using his computer and focus more on the transcription at night. Besides, I have the development section almost finished, a milestone for me in sonata composition. So I basically can dedicate the rest of the month of composition to the second and third movements since the recapitulation will be super easy and I could do it within minutes.

The reason I am going for a piano duet? I have seen the piano solo transcriptions and boy do they look hard, especially all those fast scales. I think it would be easier for a pianist if there was a duet version. Also, there is only 1 piano duet transcription of it on IMSLP, most of them are for something like 6 cellos, or some other instrument group or are single movements. So I figured I could have a go at transcribing the orchestral score into a piano duet score. I also figured I could make it sound richer but still playable if I go with a duet transcription.

So hopefully I can get this transcription done. But I am not forcing a deadline on this like I am with the sonata. I am just hoping I can get it all transcribed.

I compose one song everyday for one month

Hello, I gave myself a challenge and decided to compose one music everyday for one month, today was a music for the piano, so I decided to share :)
If the human playing on musescore doesn't work, here is the lYoutube link :

Edit : Day 19 : 
Youtube link :

Edit 2 : Day 23 is a piano etude :
If the human playing isn't working, check the Youtube link :

Song Recommendations

Hello, I am a violinist in the 6th grade and I was wondering if somebody could tell me a good song to play. The hardest I have played was Starlight by Muse. Also, muse is my favorite band, so if possible, could you recommend something by Muse? I play on the d major scale and can play 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4.