Mazel Tov

2 parts6 pages01:38a day ago68 views
Violin, Piano
This is my first transcription of a song. I chose this piece because I have an electric piano and it has a bunch of demo songs, and I liked this one over the others. It's a song they play at a bunch of Jewish weddings and it literally means "good luck." I added my own twist to it (The solo part was originally clarinet on the demo, but i thought violin would work better, the violin didn't play in the last section of the piece, ect.) I hope you all enjoy it!
Criticism is welcome :D

" HYMN to Nature "PreludeNo 1. e minor (Book2 31Quotidian Preludes for SoloPiano and Each Day of the Month

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Piano(2)
12/20/18 . One of the opening preludes (e minor ) for Piano in my 2nd book of 31Quotidian Preludes for SoloPiano and Each Day of the Month. 31 Quotidian Preludes ( for Piano) nd Each Day of the Month. I don'tknow the opus number. I'm over 400 works now .composed dozens of works for 3 months in da country without internet so who knows . I have no time or interest to catalogue everything and many jewels for and from my piano remain posted . I wrte a gotrgeous ballade my 2nd and I can't have any idea were it might be. I think about 60 pieces were lost in storage . I actually wrote a bunch of lyrical quet pieves .It was my Walden Vacation you could say . well - sorry to say there may be no actual documented record of it now ! so sad .I have promised myself to spend more time outdoors this year so my spiritual wholeness and other elements of self-sould-character-archetpe lins within me will grow nd I hope to find the man of my dreams and bunches of friends who can tell me how to do something of the really intersesting uses I have noted hee. I hope I can save up money for my electric violin and to Sibelius and Noteperformer . Please subscribe to my PATREON Page and te;l me what ya think of it . I need correspondence I feel so apart and alienated from other mortals . If I didnt have my 600 books I don't know what I'd do .Emily dickinson ate piec I just eat tons of eggnog an g chocalate cookies ! and lotsa of peaniut beter sandwiche - I never tire of them . Maybe i could gain my muscle back if i tae some cow meat . STEAKS !!! Love and admiration . Please spread it around and read Collen oakley's lovely bok Before I go AND Joyce Caroll oates Middle Age at 464 pages i really dont have the te but i do enjoy and feel her wisdom in her sentences and paragraphs so everyone of her great novels is a must read ! . Even more beautiful are the magical sentences in Pat conroy's Prince of tides I can see why Barbara Streisand believe d in tis project and devoted so much time to it ! It's really beautiful and fullof life and lessons . You feel really feel in Conroy's use of language .He puts what we have felt and seen in its most perfect verbal form ! Cheers . sister wants me to go to London with her where she is making another movie . Ive alwanted to se London and Versailles where I know i suffeed lamentably before the French Revolution and made it to London by selling a lot of family jewels and even after Louis XViii was crownd I would not come back to smll town of Vincennes or wherever my previously life was led ! I've been dieing to saee he new series on the romanovs could I have been linked to them through marriage if I was in London Victoria may have put a sister on a small ducy or throne . she was ery adept like Napolean in putting her children on thrones an old tradition started at he Vatican really by th Borgias ,Sforzas ,and other families!

FLOAT LIKE A BUTTERFLY STING LIKE A BEE :( !STING ! , FLOAT,BLOODY HANDS) 3PIECES in MEMORIAM MUHAMMAD ALI OP.152 written for the wizard pianist Stephen Hough!

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Piano
Revisited November 5 th , 2017 . Its gettingto be biggr than a small concert Showpiece . June2016till August 10 jAN12017 BLOODY REWRITEfirst approximation of an idea. May16,2017 extended 1st piece but in my mind the other 2 need to be refined ad need to say more about M.Ali and his times and also the paradigm he set for black men as a model as well as a type of black male stereotypye and lastly his probleatic committed change to the now sometimes feared Islamist spiritual faith traditions . It must reflect not only Ali but American Africanness and maleness ! 1st piece will be longer .3rd piece may change too, more structured ; have better more violent extremes of contrasting material-it shouldn't end dreamily except Ali is dead and taking the long sleep after a life well lived not after a knockout as the music suggests . Music honoring Muhammad Ali 's accomplishment , grace , humanity and many distinctions are known and will continue to inspire human beings who strive all over the world ! Written for the superlative and communicative pianist Stephen Hough ! Will do a larger more significant piece of music for this great ,courageous generous giving man!

Pastoral Sinfonia 2019 WIP(inspired by film Roeg' s Walkabout1971)

44 parts4 pages02:0318 days ago105 views
Piccolo, Flute(5), Oboe, English Horn, Clarinet(2), Bassoon(2), Tenor Saxophone, French Horn, Trumpet(2), Trombone(2), Timpani, Percussion(15), Piano, Harp, Violin, Strings(6), Contrabass
PastoraleSinfonia ! (Musicinspired by NicolasRoeg' s Walkabout1971)Orchestral music . Russian men are the most beautiful MEN ON DIS HERE PLANEIN DEE SKYE !
Sonatina No. 2, WN. 2
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Sonatina No. 2, WN. 2

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Oboe
[PLEASE READ]
This is a compositional etude in the form of a sonatina, consisting of two movements:

The introduction [Bars 1 - 20] is a movement that introduces the main themes of the allegro main movement.
> The opening arpeggio reappears ~midway of the second mov.
> The small 'turn' that ends the arpeggio finds itself in the main subject of the second mov.
> The ending of the introduction also finds itself in the main subject of the second mov.

The Allegro [Bars 21 - 111] is a compact movement - consisting of the three main sections of a sonata-allegro . While not my first attempt [that belongs to the finale of my Cinema Suite], this movement represents (IMO) my first earnest attempt in writing in a fugal style.

I am not truly confident in calling this a prelude and fugue (which was my intention of the work) as I am not that confident in my skills just yet. Plus, in calling it a P&F - it brings to mind, within many, the baroque works. I wish to avoid this [as I didn't set out to write in a baroque style].

It's my second sonatina - my first one being a work of juvenilia [consisting of three movements - I have vague ideas of its current location].

Comments/Feedback on where to improveme are welcome, appreciated and needed [especially on the 'quasi'(?)-fugal writing of the second movement]

Book2. 144 Preludes for each month's days in ANNO 2019modified1.17.19

8 parts71 pages1225 days ago31 views
Harp, Piano(2), Percussion(3), Voice, Synthesizer
More preludes from yours truly.I Intend t0 write more solo violin and cello music in books like Couperin . Microtones will be a feature as well as extended techniques for the strings exemplied or caught in sound as best as musescore can handle ! I really dont believe will live muc long the republicans who dont think and agree with Trump are worsting our souls , demeanor and unified spirits . Keep HArmony ALIVe in 2019 !

String Quartet No. 6 in Bb major, Opus 18, No. 6

4 parts50 pages26:3723 days ago36 views
Violin(2), Viola, Cello
The String Quartet No. 6 in B♭ major, Op. 18, No. 6, was written between 1798 and 1800 by Ludwig van Beethoven and published in 1801, and dedicated to Joseph Franz von Lobkowitz.

There are four movements:

Allegro con brio
Adagio ma non troppo
Scherzo: Allegro
La Malinconia: Adagio - Allegretto quasi Allegro

The first movement is in sonata form. The first theme starts in B♭ with a conversation between the first violin and the cello. After a while the second violin takes over the conversation from the cello. It then modulates to the dominant of F major and then F minor for the second theme at around m. 45. After a repeat of the first and second themes, the development section starts in F major. It starts by focusing on the "turn" figure of the first theme. It then shifts to D major and on to G minor and eventually returns to F major before shifting to B♭ for the recapitulation. This time around the second theme stays in B♭. The movement ends without a coda.

The second movement is in E♭ major and starts with the first violin playing a lyrical melody in 2
4 time. The mood shifts with the move to a minor key and unexpected accents and silences. The viola and cello inteject with an odd motif marked "queste note ben marcate".

The Scherzo returns to B♭ major and is a "tour de force of syncopation" and "an explosion of rhythmic eccentricity". "It depends on rhythmic effects of 3 x 2 as against 2 x 3 within the 6 eight-notes to the bar in a moderate 3/4 meter."

The fourth movement is the crux of the piece and possibly the highlight of Op. 18. It is marked "Questo pezzo si deve trattare colla più gran delicatezza" ("This piece is to be played with the greatest delicacy".). The first section, in 2
4 time is marked Adagio and on one reading matches the "Melancholy" of the title. The second section marked "Allegretto quasi allegro" is in 3
8 time and is more sanguine. It is a fast and simple evocation of a Viennese ballroom or German country dance. This proceeds in contrast to the first section but eventually grinds to a halt on a fortissimo diminished chord. There follows a brief return of section 1 (10 bars) followed by a briefer return of section 2 (5 bars) (in a minor) followed by an ever briefer return of section 1 (only 2 bars). This is followed by section 3, which is really a lengthier return of section 2, which starts in G and moves back to B♭.

DAT PArt (ALLdatJAZZ)

1 part6 pages02a month ago40 views
Piano
This is a 1st skecth I will make a jazzier version when I spend some more time at my piano . I started around 8:30
p.m. and it is now 1:33 . I washed da dished talked a lot saw no porn or cnn or c-span 3 or chat... so my day is
a long way from being done ! I heard a Mendelssohn song... A song mit without sans mot ou mit nach ? worte - without words and i thougth it was a
fiely , crafted , biootiful ding zo Ize hadz ta makey mine
OWN !!! and I puffed and i puffed adn i bloooooow dat house away all the way to his very beeryry berry famous
and rich families castle - for as you know M .Herrr Bartholdy that iz came from a very wealthy Jewish unnobility family . No jewish royalty exists in europe ; am
i mistaken . though in my life teh most beautiful boys menscen , junge habt nieder alwasy been junge JUDEN ! ... and I kept laying with the pattern in A Major then put other chords on top of Am hen tried b m then E and C# then decided since he was the Father of the msic to relate it to him by using relative of A m which of course is f# minor I wanted to strt in opposite direction as m does n No . 3 but ended up starting similarly to him going up but elongating the lien and increasing the crescendo . He does not indicate a cresendo in opening intro - he is well behaved . I am a child of Beethoven and early Penderecky and Boulez the GOD AWful ALlMighty so their offspring is here to amuse , delight and teach and maybe you all can gib me sumdin back by commenting egregiously or as variously as you please . this "song " ain't done yet so kep checking wit meeze to see how da cheese iz a meltin ' bro .

4 Rags4 MaryLou Williams.Please start with2nd one it'salmost finished.Ideas for 3rd

4 parts14 pages04:31a month ago144 views
Piano(2), Violin, Cello
Some rags for the piano ! At least one for Solo violin and Maybe one for Solo Cello. Could take half a year . We'll see ! Started No.DEc.26 no.2 piano rag for Mary Lou williams and now Im getting carried away . Decidd to niight to do some research relisten to wolliams Bolcolms great american composer and George Walker and then Scott Jolin
and also to research contempotrary rag styles and froms
so by Friday Dec.29 maybe ill have some really exciting work here !!! No.2 was first and was posted around the DEc.19th 2018 but just found a melody ( I
hate melodies they make it to easy fr listener to identify mod,subject , emotional theme I prefer
what's known in abstratc expressionisn as all -over . Fel what ou fel .I don't have to sustain a mood way back in the 1960's people who payed attention to real life noticed things could change in the blink of an eye . you could be walking our dog down the street and suddnly a shark got whooshed out of the
ocean and ate you up or you hooked it and ate it u fo dinner or you could get hit by a rock from a grass cutter
or a pretty boy's fly mht be open and a dog barking a
it ! My point is moods SHIFT . Why cant people keep up with
life - is it that dang difficult - No.Habits, habits of mind and personality are entrenched they just takes precedence
as well as lazymindedness. Anyway the 1st rag is now the second rag and it now has the beginnings of a tune ! I don't really hate anything in this world except incuriosity and boys
who say no to me - snatch that I don't hate them either .So I dont hate anyting but unkindness and I do dislike roaches
crawling on music paper at night - but that was a long time
ago and anyway I'm sure before i die I will leran to accept all of
earths insects and creatures whether i want them in my home is another issue. please pronounce this word iss- you
then you get an idea of my playful personalit . if you are not playful please don't even take your time listeng to my
music it is certainly not made for you !
I'm getting the hang of this (now) second rag it 's left hand came to me 1st but the pitch theme only came to me the day after Xmas around 4 p.m. ! Sme of you are listening and saying " but these are not really rag style - give me time they
will be rag and stravinsky and Bolcolm and Lennie Tristano and B.b.King and Micheael Jackson and nigress Minakj(whom Ive never heard ) by the tiem I'm done with this experiment
in early jazz soundforms ! Scott Joplin is good stuff -and I need to at lest her a bunch of his stuff . i plan on writing 2
books of Rags . why not ! Maybe some Blues etudes and rhtym and Soul piano classical too. It's all possible . Vivaldi came bac and the madmae is a crispy negro from Zaiire and
Nigeria !!! .If I spend a few hours with him I'llll be doing amazing stuffes . I need some
dang money dang. shats !T-this set(xy)/tyGOYIM is for Mary Lou Williams (REMEMBER) TITTICUTFOLLIES MONTY pYThxxxxxxxxxON sHROPSHIRE LAD PEOMS NOT thomAS haRDy and Jessye Norman set will follow ! A rag OOOOXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXfOr clarinet and one or a few maybe for solo violin and one for Viola or Violin with cello . Ize gots to study some rags this is too classyclassical sounding . Oops my foots in mees miceMOUTHS . Little Butterflly Do YOu Wanna Faaaal FEALTYWORSHIP Donegans sports store ! in LOVEY > ?

Faded

4 parts8 pages03:2827 days ago301 views
Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
So, I started out with this one quartet of this song, and published it thinking, "I did an amazing job!" Time passes and then I realized that it sucked. So, I redid it and it's 100x better. I hope you all like it. Critique is wanted; I want to improve it the best I can

Picking Random Instruments

5 parts4 pages01:2027 days ago121 views
Percussion(2), Baritone Saxophone, Synthesizer, Guitar
So, there's a challenge where you make a score, but you blindly pick your instruments. I ended up with Crotales, Alto Cornamuse, Cymbals, Kazoo, and Banjo, which gave me this beautiful work of art. I've never done any kind of percussion in my scores, so if the cymbals are downright horrible, I get it. Check out the other scores, and join the discussion! ;P

The Swan

2 parts3 pages02:1827 days ago134 views
Flute, Piano
This is my first score and I had to upload it on a different account due to account issues. Feedback is appreciated!

" T O Y S " Symphonic Essay No. 3 for ANDREW NORMAN by John Martin .

63 parts24 pages13:504 years ago10,683 views
Piccolo, Flute(3), Oboe(2), English Horn, Clarinet(3), Bassoon(3), Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, French Horn(2), Trumpet(4), Tuba(2), Timpani, Percussion(20), Piano, Harp(2), Organ, Guitar(2), Bass, Violin(2), Contrabass, Strings(7), Cello
i really want to return to this and make it like a Concerto
for orchestra putting solos inmany instruments .Imagine the Debussy etude with chords with trombone glissndos and percussion as the piano attack the leaping handfuls of notes and wwhy not try the ssnow is laughing with not just harp but maybe winds and upper range cello and vibraphones and tubular bells and others . so many new ideas ii want to try
! Nov25 .I'm thinking of new ways to arrange thesse classica
and new music of my own to add again !
Here Iplay with some piano works of Debussy mainly the Preludes and Etudes . I blow them up with orchestration and in many places invent my own musical asides . PEZ peppermint piecesPlace of originViennaCreated byEduard Haas IIIInvented 1927Main ingredients SugarNutritional value(per 8.5 g (1 roll) serving)Protein0Carbohydrate7.9g My photi of a PEZ dispenser is the brand name of an Austrian candy and associated mechanical candy dispensers. The candy is a pressed, dry, straight-edged, curved-corner block (15 mm (5/8 inch) long, 8 mm (5/16 inch) wide, and 5 mm (3/16 inch) high), with Pez dispensers holding 12 Pez pieces.Pez was invented in Austria, and later exported worldwide. The all-uppercase spelling of the logo echoes the trademark's style on the packaging and the dispensers, with the logo drawn in perspective and giving the appearance that the letters are built out of 44 brick-like Pez mints (14 bricks in the P and 15 in each of the E and Z).Despite the widespread recognition and popularity of the Pez dispenser, the company considers itself to be primarily a candy company, and over 3 billion bricks are consumed each year in the U.S. alone.[1] Pez dispensers are part of popular culture in many nations, manga series Bleach.[2] Because of the large number of dispenser designs over the years, they are collected by enthusiasts. Husserl says "...." ,Kierkegaard,Maimonides,Spinoza ,Descartes, Poor ,poor, poor Albert Schweitzer and absurd Germanic German-love superir who only exists s a fountain for othher tenured oor seeking
academics to attain position through mimicry or expostulating or disambiguity . His work , his writing
s unnecessarily contrived and dificult .In his day that
was impressive ; now we see it for what I T is ! Heidegger in love with Hidegger and he sided ith the Nazi's like self-serving Alfred Cortot Rachmaninoff didn't see anything in his plaaying and h heard himin person ! I've heard Cortot's recordingshEis incomparable .Wisest of all InChopin,Schumann his lectures on Beethoven are a French/Japanese national treasure!!!Hope is a dusty well- worn thing but I guess we need it to survive and carve the moral dimension thick enough in ourselves -so we fear something. Look= a how evil people are when 90 % of them say theydo believe a higher power is sitting in judgement :but that doesn't stop them from killing their entire families or those of others or stealing , lieing etc!!! - does it ? What we need we already have if we JUST just dare ! Wasted so much time with crazy downbeat Europeans.Wont be setting their mis-directed inconceivable masterworks to music that's fer sure. Neitzsche has survived better than almost everyone else.Spinoza ? Maimonides ? Do we really need this ? MAYBE SOME DO .ambling rambling is so much fun.Who cares if ya read it or not. Dostoevsky &Tolstoy ain't Dickens nor is Trotsky (I must read his notebooks -wisest man we've had on da planet ! White nights ! .. .. ? Ive completely forgotten. KenRussel's The Devils with Jarmans as DP explains it all & that's my kinda film. Ken Russel is pretty cool as is Stephen Frears. Everyone should be made to see Philomena !!!
my foot ! On da ground you say . Naturlich . Now I'm trying to write filmmuzak! Here I try to write moozak for the masses ! da kind of music people like to hear after they've worked all day . Solace:((KISS IT )) CHAllenge for me :to write at least 16 measures describing somethng and having intrinsic interest ! i'M HAVING A GREAT DEAL OF FUN ! cAN U SEE THE PART WHERE THE DOG CHASES HIS TAIL AND THE HIPPOTAMUS SITS ON THE TREE STUMP WASSUP!!! AND THEN THE CAT LOOKS UP AND YAWNS !gribbit GRibbbit said the frog toPrinceofBavaria thenlittleLouiskissedPrince Ludwig anallthe wartfelldown but LudwigwasstillmessedupinHIZZZheahuhheadHEADSWAYDOWNL O W !!!!T U R D SS ....EEEEEEET EEEEEEAAAAAAATTTTTTT!!
A Study in Red, WN. 1 [Finished]
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A Study in Red, WN. 1 [Finished]

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Oboe
As a compositonal study, I intend to use the work as practice for extended structures. I'll be using Franz Liszt's "Scherzo und Marsch" and "Trauervorspiel und Trauermarsch" as references.

The work - essentially a small, condensed suite - consists of a prelude (marked by a descending bassline), a march (self-explanatory, I guess, with the rhythm being a variation of what I'd normally use), an intermezzo (essentially a trio, with the middle being a sort-of-variation on the prelude's bassline, inverted and with some altered notes) and a coda (acting as a recapitulation for both the march and the prelude).

For now, it is a more-or-less completed work though I do plan on altering the coda a *tiny* bit.

A personal note:

I’m beginning to grow tired of this style very much - this “hyper-romanticism” - that I’ve gotten myself into with the past works that I’ve published. The music so hard to sustain, especially in trying to keep the repetition of the theme interesting.

I’ll be spending a few weeks trying to find a new “voice” (one that reflects more modern aesthetics, I suppose).

Enjoy. Comments on where to improve are welcome.

MAHMOUD DANCES for 2 pianos OP.119 with Isbm B'l baaz Farhrouk swims upstream for 4 Solo Violins 11.2018!

6 parts8 pages06:183 years ago589 views
Piano(2), Violin(4)
Jan . 22 2017 or was it 2016 . ? Anyway this is constantly shifiting . Nov 30th started a second version . Concerto for 4violins like vivalsi with someting I learned from Schnittke in his neoclassical pieces so unlovely so unlikel Stravinsky at a different time making sure he learned while also pleasing the rich wives who supported creative types . I must think about the listener sometimes ! strange RIdE is music for 2 pianos iwith an Arabian meditterannean color with baroque flourishes ! Will take a while to flesh it all out maybe add some percussion later !