I recently wrote a Gigue in A minor for the piano. I would like some feedback on it, and I would like to know any suggestions that you guys might have. It currently has no pedal markings, dynamics, accents, etc.
I am pretty sure that it's playable at my level as it's probably not much harder than Liszt's Liebestraum no.3. Since there are a lot of piano virtuosos here, I would love for some feedback. Like in general, concerning composing or playing or notation. Anything! :) Appreciate it!
Hello, i am new here. I just uploaded my first score. You can check it out and feel free to give suggestions if you want since i am a newbie.
Hi everyone , I wrote a fantaisie for solo piano ! Please let me know your opinion
So, I am writing another sonata form movement as the first movement of another piece. And the piece is in the key of C minor. The thing is though, that especially in the key of C minor, I tend to err on the side of more development. So, should I call it a sonatina as I am currently and try to make it more concise? Or should I call it a piano sonata and write it to be as long as I please?
Hey guys! I'm new to this group and I figured I might as well put my music out there now! I am a percussionist and am most prominent in writing for mallet percussion, but I also love to write for band, choir, and musical theater! Feel free to check them all out and give me feedback.
("The Ticking Clock"; mallet percussion quartet)
("The End"; mallet percussion quintet)
("Change on the Horizon; concert band/wind ensemble)
("Speak to Me; SATB+Piano)
("Sunset"; musical theater; 2 mezzo sopranos, 2 violins, electric guitar, piano, and drumset)
Make a 4 minute or less Haydn style rondo.
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Due Feb 1st
Winner gets piece promoted
It's a virtuosic etude in the key of F# Minor. Listen if you'd like!
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