I'm planning on auditioning for a fine arts high-school for 10th grade, and I wondering what you guys recommend for audition pieces. I need two pieces, one contemporary and one classical.
I would say I am mid-to-late intermediate, and am in Suzuki book 3 currently.
I need two solo pieces, without an accompaniment.
Thanks in advance,
Vina (literal mochi)
Hello, i just finished my small composition for string quintet (with pizz double bass). The first part is based on an theme by Jehan Alain (on organ, taken by ear) who was a composer and organist. He died in WWII. He is one of my favourite composers. The second par is in post romantic style. The name "la lettre" refers to a secret handwritten letter that could appear in an imaginary movie :
Thanks for listening and commenting.
Here is a small composition for two cellos. It is quite fun and I like it well.
Tell me what you think about it !
Hi! This piece is the first ever piece I've ever written :D. It's very short as this is only the first movement (lol I'm still thinking on adding 1 more or 2 more movements to this piece...). And lol I know the melody is so boring but just bare with it XD. Please give some feedback, and any criticism is welcome. I'm learning a lot from the MuseScore community, so leaving a comment would definitely help me learn some skills when composing. I'm just a beginner who never compose ensemble pieces more than 4 parts before... lol >.< haha thanks for reading this! Have a good day!
it can be played by soprano sax too!
This is the first of them , more no the way!
I'm starting a new set of oboe studies !
I will make them in a way that they will be playadle by violin.
the first one is a humorus miniature , give it a listen.
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