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19 parts4 pages02:312 days ago117 views
Oboe, French Horn(2), Trombone(2), Tuba, Percussion(3), Timpani, Synthesizer(2), Bass, Piano, Strings(5)

String Quartet No 3

4 parts10 pages04:1212 days ago164 views
Violin(2), Viola, Cello
Just a quick piece I wrote in a day. I may need to add some dynamic contrasts to it and more articulations, but that will be for another day.
Until then, enjoy!
Al Capone (The Untouchables)
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Al Capone (The Untouchables)

15 parts5 pages01:335 days ago79 views
Harpsichord, Piano, Flute(2), Oboe, Trumpet, French Horn, Tuba, Percussion(2), Violin(2), Strings, Cello, Contrabass
My arrangement from the audio of the full score made using Laurelin's excellent Symphonic Soundfont.

2 NEW Solo Violin Etudes: Moveo Moto Motum, Pulsus, Incurro " Gettin' It Started "(2015)Etude no.5,6&7(2019) from Whims,Larks and Caprices from"7or 8 THINGS I KNOW about HER " now made into Flute and ensemble piece,Piano leftHa

1 part4 pages03:564 years ago1,602 views
It comes so easily and quickly to me . I wrote no. 6 in about 2 hours needs some fixes and elongations of certain thematic motives ! No. 5 came quickly but I spent an extra day making it more finished - still have to make some judgements about it !
It has plenty of line (melody) for listener to follow ! But somehow I feel i have more paths to tread more techniques to exploreI'm looking at this music that I wrote in 2015 ! I like it very much .I'm going to make several versions of it .One for Marimba and flute and cello and another for vibraphone with clarinet. It might also be good with extended writing new basses and new high notes for vibes,piccolo,flte.clarinet and percussion in a more concertnte style for a smal my 2nd Concertino for Violin or a Concertino for flute . I am working also on a left hand study since Feb21,2019 so it could be made into a short concertin for left hand piano with Strings. Im going toput all the versions here and try muting certain instruments this is why iput this marvelous composition full of space , breath and color and time in somany group roms .I am very flexible as the old Lenny Bernstein song goes ! .now I'm writig for Vktoria .music for Mullova .i've gotto find some local players to paly mystujff creat e a buzz.everone wants new music but if yu're not at a university how will you be found or taken seriosy ?
( i have yet to explore orchestral tremolos TRUMPET TRILLS,TUBA GLISSANDI ,HARMON MUTES ! E FLAT CLARINETS,PICCOLO TIMPANI, ETC and polyphony etc! Brass are still a weak point with me ! I feel as if I'm not exploring , delving enough . I can do more.I must find some university prof . to champion my work and performers to get it played . I think I'm coming into my own. In less than 2 years I feel Ive accomplished remarkable gains and my creative vocabulary is no what I always dreamed !!! Yet , I have more surprises, more uninevitabilty , more structural felicities and noxious touches than I use to ! Beethoven got moe done digging than Mozart did with genius so ize jus gonna keep sittingon me finger and digging in me mind and see wut wioooot i cum up wit . im a bluegenie like David Bowie I dont need no chillin no fat no shoes no hat no luv just no genius just need my bwains cuz ibe a brainy ack!

PLAY NOW1 FOR Large Winds Gruppe (for Sergiu Celibedache)

50 parts115 pages16:39a year ago132 views
Piccolo(2), Flute(3), Oboe(2), English Horn, Clarinet(4), Bassoon(3), French Horn, Trumpet(2), Trombone(2), Tuba, Timpani, Percussion(12), Piano(2), Harp(2), Guitar, Violin(2), Strings(7), Viola, Contrabass
Orchestral Music . The beginning has to be arranged carefully now it is just an experiment and unorchestrated realistically version for listening .I know what oboes, harps etc can and cannot do ! Wish we had sme more timpani and tam-tam and trombone and tuba effects here ! String avec la bois tapping wood sound would be good to o.I will have to use some percussion for this light beating sound ! It is March 2019 now I will make some mo' stuffis happening hier heute abend fur alles dich in der welt !

git' shorty Violin , Piano and Percussion 3/14) also possibl as complee Solo violin Music .

17 parts39 pages12:5823 days ago83 views
French Horn, Trumpet(4), Violin, Piano, Percussion(8), Viola, Contrabass
Music for Solo Electric Violin . op.399 dedicated to et. al. Cuz i luv making tuff . If ya like eeet guuuud ! send me a donut or some kahluah or an electric violin or a new laptop . Life is heaven and beau brill!!!
L'enfer sommes les autres . HELL IS OTHER PEOPLE . SARTRE .

The Last DovesFlight

61 parts4 pages05:08a month ago109 views
Flute(3), Oboe, English Horn, Clarinet, French Horn(2), Alto Saxophone, Bassoon, Trumpet(2), Voice(4), Percussion(15), Synthesizer(11), Piano, Harpsichord, Guitar(5), Bass(3), Harp, Violin, Strings(4), Cello, Contrabass, Other Woodwinds
rock&Roll .
The contrabass flute is one of the rarer members of the flute family. It is used mostly in flute ensembles. Its range is similar to that of the regular concert flute, except that it is pitched two octaves lower; the lowest performable note is two octaves below middle C (the lowest C on the cello). Many contrabass flutes in C are also equipped with a low B, (in the same manner as many modern standard sized flutes are.) Contrabass flutes are only available from select flute makers.

Sometimes referred to as the "gentle giant" of the flute family, the contrabass retains the facility for trills, as found elsewhere in the flute world. Ease of arpeggiation is moderate and thus equivalent to the rest of the flute family. The upper registers (middle C and above) lack the strength of tone found in its cousins; the strongest register is arguably that between G2 and G3. Though the upper register can lack strength, its sensitivity and lyricism can be used to great effect; and a good instrument can readily reach the high A or B (above middle C). The 'haunting' low register (below G2) has similar qualities to the bassoon, and the low B1 (three octaves below middle C) can carry well with an experienced performer.

The contrabass flute requires much greater force of breath to produce sound than most other wind instruments, and composers who write for this instrument might consider more frequent breaks in phrasing than one would when writing for smaller flutes. The contribution that the addition of the contrabass flute has made to the composition of flute choirs is enormous, offering at last the grounding of a true and deep bass sound. A wider, slower air stream is needed to produce a solid tone.

Contemporary musicians using the contrabass flute include Andy Findon, Laura Hyder, Madeleine Bischof, Pierre-Yves Artaud, Matthias Ziegler, Stefan Keller, Ned McGowan, Peter Sheridan, Sérgio Morais, David Lamont and Vinny Golia, who also plays all the other sizes of flute, and has recorded with it on the CD Music for Like Instruments: The Flutes, in a quartet with three other flutists. Due to the price and rarity of this instrument, few people have explored this instrument.

The contrabass flute in C is produced by the Japanese firm of Kotato & Fukushima, Eva Kingma, and Christian Jäger from Munich. Jupiter flutes has created a student model for flute ensembles.

Contrabass flutes have also been made from PVC pipe, by the Dutch flute maker Jelle Hogenhuis. It is reported that while it might be thought that an instrument made from PVC would be inferior, the PVC allows for a louder instrument if the wall thickness is kept small. PVC also permits more rough treatment, as the plastic instrument can be bumped without denting.

New solo and chamber music is being composed almost every day for this instrument, and performer Peter Sheridan has commissioned numerous works from composers around the world, including: Alex Shapiro, Patrick Neher, Vinny Golia, Bruce Lawrence, Adrienne Albert, and Sheridon Stokes. As a virtuoso solo instrument, even a few concertos have been composed for the contrabass flute. Catherine McMichael composed a concerto for low flutes and orchestra in 2006 entitled 'Three Philosophies', in which one of the movements features the contrabass flute. In April 2008 the well structured concerto "Bantammer's Swing" for contrabass flute and chamber orchestra by Ned McGowan was premiered in Carnegie Hall. In 2010, the 'Lyric Concerto' for contrabass flute and strings was commissioned by Sheridan from the late Australian composer Bruce Lawrence. 'Nola' by composer Benjamin Yusapov, was commissioned by the International soloist Matthias Ziegler, for multiple Low Flutes and orchestra. Numerous composers have written for the contrabass flute, including Wil Offermans, Robert Dick, Thomas Seelig, Andrew Downes, Catherine McMichael, and Günter Steinke, to name only a few.

Furthermore, the contrabass flute is being utilized more in the flute choir with most newer pieces including a part for the instrument. Though for many pieces, the part is either a duplicate or simplification of the bass flute part, some of the newest repertoire includes an independent contrabass flute part. Composers of such pieces include Peter Senchuk, Toby Caplan-Stonefield, Lawrence Ink, Phyllis Avidan Louke, and Judy Nishimura, among others.

One is a "contrabass flute in G," pitched a fourth below the bass flute and an octave lower than the alto flute; thus, this is technically, a contra-alto flute. The other instrument is a "subcontrabass flute in G" pitched one octave below the contra-alto flute, or two octaves below the alto flute in G. Kotato & Fukushima also produce a "subcontrabass flute in C", a large, deep instrument pitched a full octave below the contrabass flute in C.

External links
Contrabass flute by Jelle Hogenhuis
Lowflutes.com Peter Sheridan
Contrabass flute page on Contrabass.com

[Small Concert Band] Symphonic Poem ~Galactic Wings~ (Reorchestrated with HD AUDIO)

1 part1 page00:0214 days ago195 views
This is the reorchestrated version of the song Symphonic Poem ~Galactic Wings~
Link to original song: https://musescore.com/pigpag/galactic-wings

Don't forget to check out other songs in the "Galactic Wings" suite :-) https://musescore.com/user/47446/sets/5097271

For request for score and performance, please leave a comment here or send me a private message (definitely no royalty or charges XD) -

I did not put the score here because I want to know the instrumentation of your orchestra/band and assist in score arrangement. Performance request is welcome and greatly appreciated - upon the condition that I may receive video and/or audio recordings of the performance and may use or share those recordings for noncommercial purposes.

Special thanks to @Lexdre and his band for helping with the arrangement and score cleanup :)

Possible Theme for POM | HQ Audio! | READ DESCRIPTION

7 parts1 page00:138 days ago99 views
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn, Trombone, Contrabass

BreakThrough (Live Violin Recording!)

1 part6 pages06:579 days ago447 views
Mobile users listen here:
To purchase full score go to this link: https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/breakthrough-digital-sheet-music/21184981
Hello Everyone! I hope you all enjoy this song! God has been dealing in me and working things out to heal me. I just thank him for all he's done. I hope this song gives you a breakthrough in your life!

So a list of vsts used:
Kontakt Factory Selection
Ample Guitar
Ample Bass

And of course, a live violin recording :D
I'm still figuring out how to get a good quality recording, so I think this was okay but still planning on improving.
At the Gates of Heaven
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At the Gates of Heaven

19 parts11 pages02:5211 days ago253 views
Flute(2), Oboe, French Horn(2), Piano(4), Trombone(2), Tuba, Timpani, Percussion, Harp, Strings(4)
Not being a Christian doesn't stop me from making heavenly music!


" Orifice " Music for Piano ,Harpsichord & Full Orchestra commemorating the Anniversary of the Sowetan Uprising in 1976 . op. 372?

35 parts10 pages10:09a month ago126 views
Piccolo, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet(2), Bassoon(2), Soprano Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, French Horn, Trumpet, Timpani, Percussion(9), Other Woodwinds, Harp, Guitar, Bass, Piano, Harpsichord, Strings(5), Viola, Cello, Contrabass
" Orifice " Music for Piano ,Harpsichord & Orchestra commemorating the Anniversary of the Sowetan Uprising in 1979 . Ive written a bunch of solo piano and violin solo and intend to finish an unfinished marimba work in the coming weeks/months . Az always ize keep beesee ! This is turning into one of my finest moments in composition all the elements coming together as I would want them in a dream !

Sage's Hymn - [HQ Audio]

12 parts15 pages03:362 months ago287 views
Oboe, Cello, Harp, Strings(5), Percussion(4)
The melody first stated by the cello was something I began humming to myself and of course couldn't get out of my head. As the piece grew it was also inspired by a scene in the fantasy novel I'm writing involving the dragon sages. I wrote the countermelody stated by the oboe only as a background, but the more I heard it the more I liked it, so it ended up having an equal role as a solo instrument.

The audio was mixed using samples in Mixcraft 8.

Any comments are welcome!
The Orange Tree
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The Orange Tree

1 part5 pages01:3014 days ago62 views
A quick arrangement of a piece from The Illusionist score by Phillip Glass.

There is an overlap on Bb4 & G3 that can be split (or not) at player's discretion.

Note: This a derivation of an original work. All credit and rights go to the appropriate part(ies).

Orpheus' Evolution FFAC#1

19 parts18 pages04:5414 days ago112 views
Flute(2), Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn, Trumpet(2), Trombone, Piano(3), Harp(2), Violin(2), Cello(2), Viola, Contrabass
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!

Actual Length: 4:00

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: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVAWiOYleQo&feature=youtu.be

1M2 Snow Battle (Original Film Score) [Use Audio Source] {Score to Film in Description}

31 parts9 pages00:5216 days ago85 views
Flute(2), Oboe(2), Clarinet(2), Bassoon(2), French Horn(4), Trumpet(3), Trombone(3), Tuba, Timpani, Piano(5), Percussion, Harp, Violin, Viola, Cello, Contrabass

This is to a film I am writing for. It's an open source film called "Sintel" So this is more for practice. My goal is to write something that suits the film, that is playable by an orchestra, and follows all the standard film scoring conventions (i.e big time signatures) Hope you enjoy! I will probably post the entire film with score when I am finished

Winter Waltz - [HQ Audio]

11 parts12 pages03:1117 days ago227 views
Piano, Percussion(3), Voice(2), Strings(5)
I was inspired to write this one night as I was snowed in, staring at the ice crystals raining down. Pretty straightforward; there are some optional sound effects I included in the audio I produced, but don't need to be included were this piece to be performed live.

Follow me on Soundcloud, I usually post my finished tracks there first before I get around to making the score!

Scored for Chamber Orchestra (namely string orchestra, piano, celesta, percussion, and choir). Audio Produced in Mixcraft 8.
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30 parts12 pages05:5918 days ago300 views
Flute(2), Oboe(2), Clarinet(2), Bassoon(3), French Horn(2), Piano(6), Trombone(2), Tuba, Timpani, Percussion(4), Harp, Strings(4)
For once, I didn't compose through a given title, an emotion or a description. This time I only let the music come to me during the process. I'm happy with the result!

Give it a listen and tell me what you think!