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Another Musical Gift 


Again, I'll have the sheets for this ready within a week or two. Making music sound good and making music look good are two completely different things...

 I've been under a lot of stress lately, and I needed to do something to  work away the tension. Creating this cover was a means of therapy.

Please enjoy my rendition of "Parting ~ Farewell" from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Theme.  Of course, I can never do just a simple cover, so I added in echoes of  "Don't Ever Forget... (I Don't Want to Say Goodbye!)", "Memories  Returned", and "A New World", from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky.

What are your favorite pieces of video game music?

I'm currently arranging a bunch of video game music for my school orchestra and I would like to have a larger variety of music to choose from. So, list out your top 5 (or 3, 1, 10 whatever makes you happy) favorite video games musics below and I might make an orchestral arrangement of them!

My top 5 currently are:
1. "CORE" from Undertale
2. "Route 104" from Pokemon R/S/E
3. "Soaring Dreams" from Pokemon OR/AS
4. "Fight to the Finish" from PMD Explorers of Time
5.  "Desert Battle 2" from Starbound

Release 2.2.0

Today we published release 2.2.0.

We combined your collections in one screen - the Library. Search the Library searches all your collections.

We added auto-suggestions when searching the Browse screen so you can better what you are really looking for.

We redesigned the design to improve your experience with the app.

If you have any problems after the update, please feel free to comment.

Orpheus' Evolution

Please use the separate audio file to listen to this, MuseScore will not play it properly, I CAN'T STRESS THIS ENOUGH! Thanks

This is a piece I wrote for the FFA Competition. Ever since first learning about Orpheus, I have wanted to write some kind of piece inspired by his legend. For those of you who don't know, Orpheus was, in Ancient Greek mythology, the first musician. The brief for the piece was five musical styles, and I could think of no better opportunity to use this as a way of showing Orpheus' legacy. I hope you enjoy it!

The different styles are separated by a double bar line. They are as follows:
-Ancient (I was going for an Ancient Greek feel here, hence
- Neoclassical Film Score

Also find it, and other pieces of mine, right here: