This is my first time writing a piece specifically to be technically challenging as opposed to being linked to a theme, so it's been a ride.
I've heard some passages would be pretty difficult, so if there's anything in here that is past a reasonable amount of challenging, do not hesitate to let me know!!
Feel free to leave your feedback.
Have any questions? Ask me and I'll answer them.
I'm 13 and this is my first orchestral waltz it took me about a day to complete, that is why it is so short. Please provide feedback,
Summer Walker's Girls Need Love. I haven't tried it, but it should be playable.
I am hosting a competition for any classical composer.
Send me a message containing a link with your piece and in about a Month I will send everybody there score in a message.
Best of luck.
I created a mashup inspired by Grant Woolard's series of classical music mashups. Of course, it is still a work-in-progress, so feel free to add criticism, feedback, and suggestions! Thank you!
This is where I will tell all of you the challenges and the due dates.
this is the best form of my mary had a little lamb parody (it sounds dumb, but it actually sis one of my better pieces)
Check it out!
Can you give me some feedback?
I play literally everything on my piano: Mazurkas, Rock, Sonatas, Pop and much more. Nevertheless I rarely find new scores of jazz, gospel boogiewoogie and blues. So if anybody here knows a nice piece of one of the mentioned genres or even arranged or composed one by themself, I'd highley appreciate it if you recommend it to me :)
Not your traditional nocturne (if by traditional you think mainlyof Chopin or Field)... so I'm not really sure what to think of it
Final Version of my Waltz in C Minor:
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All comments and support appreciated!