I realize that since piano isn't exactly my primary instrument I don't exactly know what's playable or not. I was trying to practice the music and when I got to measure 9, I felt like I had to put my left hand in really uncomfortable positions for the rest of the piece. So, is it actually something that's good for playing or will I have to rearrange the intervals?
Check out my Star Spangled Banner arrangement that I made for marching band. Some comments and critiques would be much appreciated. Thanks and enjoy!
https://musescore.com/transcrabe_master/scores/5378231 - second movement
https://musescore.com/transcrabe_master/scores/5378169 - first movement
I will be glad to see a live performance of my work. I'm dreaming about that.
I thought I had lost it, with only the pdf left. But i finally found it on one of my cloud storages. This was the first song I had written, a pastiche of many different marches as well as a tribute to my school's fight song (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UV3fr7bPuf8). Please check out the song and let me know what you think.
Well, I transcribed and got this piece. It is a curious work, with abrupt and awkward transitions and techniques worthy of Lizst (Maybe who knows?). So I would like to have some opinions about it. It would be good (I think). So, thanks a lot!
And happy new year!
Hey y'all!! This was one of my first full band compositions that I ever created, and I simply enjoyed the throwback, especially comparing it to my latest work (For You under sazoppelt_3). Please check it out!! I composed Earth when I was 14 years old.
I wrote this piece to represent a very complex feeling in my life right now and i believe it reflects it well, all advice, feedback, criticism and hate is welcome
Edit: forgot to link the piece https://musescore.com/user/27462395/scores/5356679
A simple and sincere song, dedicated to my brother who has already left. This month it's been 1 year since he left
Joaquin Rodrigo composed Concierto de Aranjuez in Paris, rue Saint Jacques, 159, in 1939, for Regina Sainz de la maza. Allegro con spirito is the first movement from Concierto de Aranjuez.
This is a work of transcription and I made several adjustments to orchestration without regard to mood and character.
great hope that this work will inspire other classical guitar and orchestra works
Take a listen to my newest composition and tell me what you think. It is a simple orchestral composition and I might go back and make some changes later...
I wrote this song to commemorate my dog, who recently passed away. Based on a couple comments I've received, some notes about the piece: the melody is subtle, locked mostly with the bassoons and clarinets. It is slow and relatively unmoving when compared to the flutes and piccolo doing their thing. The moments of sudden loudness and percussion are there to sort of offer a resolution to the dissonance prior and resemble a step finished in the grieving process, per say. Dissonance ultimately drives this piece. Please comment any suggestions you might have. Thank you! Here's the link:
The posture that we mean here is the placement of the position of the finger in the area of the finger board. Postures Visually can be imitated and classified harmoniously. The left hand posture on the guitar identifies harmony movements. In the context of instrument technique the effectiveness and efficiency of the introduction repertoires are related to posture flexibility.
The basic posture with the 1-3-7 tone pattern confirms the gender triad directly. The term gender refers to minor, minor, seventh dominant and half dim. Neighbor tones are also introduced, so that position analysis and harmony can interact directly.