Søren Banjomus

5 parts4 pages01:132 months ago49 views
Trumpet(2), Tuba(2), Trombone
A quick arrangement of a Danish Christmas song.

Divertimento [WIP]

12 parts26 pages04:194 months ago66 views
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet(2), Bassoon, French Horn, Timpani, Strings(5)
This started out as a quintet, but I coulnd't get the phrasing to agree with only one player per part, so I explanded it. I'd love some input on how to fix the hokey transitions and ideas for how I should progress.


2 parts2 pages01:196 months ago21 views
Bassoon, Strings

Oh mein Papa for a Duet

1 part1 page01:226 months ago115 views
I was asked to arrange this to be played by my friend and one of his pupils at the pupil's grandfather's funeral.

Bagatelle [Almost Done]

31 parts9 pages03:497 months ago168 views
Percussion(6), Organ(2), Guitar(5), Bass(2), Harp, Trombone(2), Tuba, Brass Ensemble, Alto Saxophone, Other Woodwinds(5), Synthesizer(5)

Bagatelle [WIP]

32 parts7 pages03:227 months ago41 views
Percussion(6), Organ(2), Guitar(5), Bass(2), Harp, Trumpet, Trombone(2), Tuba, Brass Ensemble, Alto Saxophone, Other Woodwinds(5), Synthesizer(5)


2 parts1 page00:348 months ago27 views
Trumpet, Tuba
Last year we became part of a 161 year old tradition of a shooting guild.

These primarily older guys march through the streets stopping every 200 or so meters to get a beer or a shot.

This is their song, for the march home.

Anjali Anjali Pushpanjali

3 parts1 page00:538 months ago1,771 views
Trumpet, Tenor Saxophone, Tuba
This is a song from the Tamil movie Duet. From my understanding it is well known in Tamil circles, so if you're ever in doubt about repertoire for that audience, this will do nicely.

When you wish upon a star

3 parts1 page01:369 months ago117 views
Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba
I've tried to make a good arrangement of this for a long time; turns out all I needed was the allure of gigging money and a two hour time constraint to get it right.

Hypermodality - crazy idea; crazilly long scales

1 part2 pages01:1410 months ago65 views
So I played around with the idea of changing keys in the middle of scales, and at many points you can do that without altering the notes at all. With these you make the same kind of scale no matter which bar you start on.

Questions I've yet to find the answer to

1: Can you use this to make music at all?
2: Can the other scales be shortened as much as mixolydian?
3: Has this been done before?

Star Waltz [SKetch]

1 part3 pages01:3710 months ago88 views
So I came up with this abomination carpooling with a friend, while way too sleep deprived. The idea is to expand it to a full orchestra later.

The Big Orchestral Cheat Sheet [WIP]

39 parts3 pages00:1910 months ago112 views
Piccolo, Flute, Oboe(3), English Horn, Bassoon, Clarinet(4), Alto Saxophone, Trumpet, French Horn(2), Trombone(6), Tuba(8), Timpani, Percussion(5), Violin, Viola, Cello, Contrabass
What more should I add to this?

Brown 133

25 parts5 pages01:4710 months ago114 views
Percussion(5), Organ, Oboe, Harmonica, Guitar(3), Bass(2), Trumpet(2), Trombone(2), Tuba, Brass Ensemble, Soprano Saxophone, Other Woodwinds(2), Violin, Sound effects, Synthesizer
A quick orchestration of the piece used in my latest piano test (I'm sub-mediocre on piano, admittedly)