Hey so I've just finished writing my second original piece dubbed "Lost in the Woods". I just want some feedback and criticism on it. Enjoy!
For me I can’t wait to be done my piano sonata but I also am excited to compose a concerto for piano and orchestra!
I'm a senior in high school (about to graduate), and these are two pieces that I worked on throughout the last few weeks of school that I'm pretty proud of:
with soundfont: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=re_-e96riEA&feature=youtu.be
La Marche di Vittoria-
Hi everyone, this is the second piece I post here. It would be really nice of you to tell me what you think about it ! https://musescore.com/user/31801492/scores/5585118
Thank you !
sooooo this is the forst composition I post here
could use some feedback hehe
Hey, I'm looking for good songs to start playing the piano. We play a bit of the piano at school but I'm looking for easy songs to teach myself a bit more.
We have various sheets of Arrival of the Birds. But boy is this song beautiful. Way more beautiful than Arrival in my opinion.
There is no way of finding a Transformation sheet anywhere on the internet.
I leave it as a suggestion.
Hello! I am hoping someone here can help me. :)
I’ve been searching for an arrangement of a song from “Hook” entitled “Remembering Childhood” by John Williams. I have seen many arrangements of a song called “I Remember” but that is only a small portion of the song I’m looking for. The part of the song I want especially is the upbeat, exciting part of the song (when he finds his happy thought and flies again). It is one of my favorites and I would love to play a piano version. I know it won’t quite be the same as the original with the orchestra, but I’ve seen people on here do some amazing arrangements of other pieces!
Does anyone on here know of an arrangement of this particular song?
I wrote a piece a while back where I was experimenting with changing the meter back and forth (4/4 to 3/4, nothing too crazy). I rather like the result, but I was hoping to get some feedback on the piece, either on the meter or just in general.
I've written a short piano piece a while back where I was messing around with shifting meter. If you have any thoughts or feedback for me, I'd love to hear it!