The Journey Of Dreams (Piano Sonata No. 2)

1 part30 pages14:03a day ago142 views
Piano
This is a second attempt at composing a piano sonata, and over more than three months, I have created something that more closely resembles one (though it still follows a slightly loose sonata form). This composition resembles a journey of imagination, where one goes from scene to scene, starting from the light, transitioning into the dark, and ending in a triumphant explosion.

It is also my most difficult composition yet, being so difficult that even after toning down the difficulty to a point where I could somewhat play through it, it was still insanely difficult. The multitude of jumps throughout the piece reminds me of a harder La Campanella with jumps in both hands.

However, at the same time, this became a composition that really pushed my imagination, and overall, I was very pleased with the end result. It was also my first time actively trying to make my score notation look neater. There are three movements in this sonata:
1. Blue Shades: An experiment in a jazz style with some upbeatness. References to Kapustin and Debussy's Estampes.
2. Contemplative Dreams: A contemplative movement that expresses melancholy. Some edits made to this movement ever since three months ago.
3. Danse Infernale: My favorite movement. Represents an intense, chaotic dance as dancers stomp to the rhythm of the piece. References to Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, Ornstein's Piano Sonata 4, and Ravel's Daphnis et Chloe.

Because this year was the last year of my marching band season, I decided to dedicate this piece to my school's clarinet section. For those who are in that group, I'll just say this to you:
"This one's for you, clarinets ;)"

As the first piece that is longer than ten minutes, this is my longest piece so far. Composed on December 8, 2018.

The Tempest

1 part4 pages04:322 months ago215 views
Piano
L. W. M. Tworzydlo, John Lambert. The composer of our times. Selected scores for the piano, Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo, Gdańsk 2018, p. 12-15.
-> ISMN 979-0-9020142-3-6

Download single score or selected book (for free) through the following web page: https://avantdevenir.wordpress.com/books/

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Kindest regards,
Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo

Symphony No 1, 'Atonement' Isaac Creager [HQ Audio, Use VideoScore/Headphones]

1 part2 pages00:087 days ago139 views
Piano
USE VIDEO IN FULL SCREEN PLEASE. ALSO HEADPHONES WILL MAKE IT SOUND 100% BETTER, THANK YOU.

YouTube Link (Consider Subscribing):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xCiW369GYo&t=6s

Overview
This symphony is meant to be experienced like how a novel is meant to be read. It tells the story of a character’s descent into the darkest chasms of the human mind, and how they were able to tear off the shackles of addiction and come to heal from a deep wound inflicted by one once thought of as a friend. Each movement is as a volume, and each individual section of the overall formal structure is as a chapter.
Thank you for experiencing my art.

Movement Synopsis~
I. Retrogression (~17:30)
The opening of this story takes place inside the mind of our Protagonist, as the beauty of life is eclipsed by failure and self-loathing. They spend their nights lying awake in bed, unable to sleep through rivers of regret flowing through their mind.

II. Mirages (~5:20)
Once morning comes, the Protagonist must do their best to put on a face for those they interact with. Our protagonist knows their battle is a selfish one. One they must not share with others; one they must face alone.

III. Waltz Burlesque (~7:44)
As the cycle of sleepless nights and draining mornings continue, the Protagonist hits a breaking point. Their mind’s eye begins to dance with things they once avoided out of principle. A deceptive Temptress enters. Out of idealistic compassion, our protagonist foolishly tries to save the Temptress. As they reach out their hand in an offering of peace, the Temptress reveals claws and tears the Protagonist apart. Lonely, hopeless, and blind from grief, the Protagonist presents himself at Death’s Door.

V. Redemption (~11:00)
Before entering, our protagonist calls out from the void in a last-ditch effort to escape their inner turmoil. From the heavens, an angelic song travels down and surrounds our protagonist, replenishing him.

The clouds open with a thunder, and the Protagonist’s strength is renewed. With a strong brace and their will restored, the Protagonist faces demons of past and present, and ultimately emerges victorious.

Variations on Canon diversi BWV 1079

1 part5 pages04:219 days ago41 views
Piano
A simple work from a J.S.Bach's Canon from his "Musikalisches Opfer" BWV 1079

I used some basic Canon theory and a 3rd voice variation that doesn't have much to do with the own C.Firmus.

Wish you enjoy it

Étude III, op.9 "Revolution"

1 part4 pages01:0710 days ago72 views
Piano
no.3 Étude from my op. 9.

Represents the start of Revolution start itself.

High need of chormatic scales and glissandos and jumps.

Rude Buster Chiptune/8-bit

4 parts9 pages02:4511 days ago136 views
Synthesizer(4)
All credit for the actual transcription goes to RedScreen/Cyprien Fohr. All I did was make some changes and move some stuff around. Also made it into a chiptune piece, but that's no big deal. Do not credit me for transcribing the whole song by ear, I just made changes to RedScreen/Cyprien Fohr's work. Full credit goes to him for the transcription. Go support him, he's a young composer who needs the exposure and is honestly great at what he does. Give him the exposure he deserves. If you're reading this, RedScreen/Cyprien Fohr, amazing work on all you do. Keep it up! Additionally, full credit to the actual composer, Toby Fox. He is amazing, go buy Undertale, play Deltarune, get his music on Bandcamp, whatever. Just support the guy. I used the THinst.sf2 soundfont, which does make it sound way more like what I intended.

Rude Buster

4 parts9 pages02:4512 days ago163 views
Piano(4)
All credit for the actual transcription goes to RedScreen/Cyprien Fohr. All I did was make some changes and move some stuff around. Do not credit me for transcribing the whole song by ear, I just made changes to RedScreen/Cyprien Fohr's work. Full credit goes to him for the transcription. Go support him, he's a young composer who needs the exposure and is honestly great at what he does. Give him the exposure he deserves. If you're reading this, RedScreen/Cyprien Fohr, amazing work on all you do. Keep it up! Additionally, full credit to the actual composer, Toby Fox. He is amazing, go buy Undertale, play Deltarune, get his music on Bandcamp, whatever. Just support the guy. I used the THinst.sf2 soundfont, but that shouldn't matter much.

Étude II, op.9 "Torrent"

1 part3 pages01:0611 days ago87 views
Piano
Second étude from my op.9, "Torrent"

It represents all the bad things from "Storm" getting together before the Revolution.

Étude I., op.9 "Storm"

1 part2 pages00:5911 days ago66 views
Piano
First Étude of my Studies called "1789" which honors the 1789 French Revolution.

Storm means bad things happening and disorder, as the start of population getting upset

Rhapsody (Original song) 500 follower special

1 part2 pages01:5012 days ago68 views
Piano
Came up with the song idea at 4 AM, fumbled to write down the one bar I still recall. Wake up and promptly forgot most of what I dreamt of. The song sounded more epic in my 4AM brain.

Anyways.... an hour of work is a quick hour of work for a song...

Tragic Sequence

1 part2 pages01:202 months ago294 views
Piano
L. W. M. Tworzydlo, John Lambert. The composer of our times. Selected scores for the piano, Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo, Gdańsk 2018, p. 10-11.
-> ISMN 979-0-9020142-3-6

Download single score or selected book (for free) through the following web page: https://avantdevenir.wordpress.com/books/

You can follow me on:
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(3) Academia.edu: https://independent.academia.edu/LukaszTworzydlo

Kindest regards,
Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo

Piano Concerto "Synnca" Mov. II

8 parts3 pages0117 days ago36 views
Piano, Violin, Viola, Contrabass, Oboe, Trumpet, Percussion(2)
This is a WIP of the second mov, of my first piano concerto. I named it Synnca after the Finnish word for "darkness" because this is indeed a dark concerto. I also originate from Finland, which is why I chose the Finnish translation.
The first movement is on my 1st account, "Artsy Musician 13". you can look it up.

Piano Sonata no.3 in E minor op.8, "Seasons"

1 part13 pages10:5718 days ago88 views
Piano
Movements:

I. Andante Pesante: "Winter" 0:00 - 2:28
II. Andante tranquilo: "Spring" 2:29 - 6:11
III. Allegro agitato: "Summer" 6:12 - 8:27
IV. Adagio doloroso: "Autumn" 8:28

My third (and i think my most beautiful) sonata.

It starts with winter (coming from my prelude, winter solstice) and ends in autumn.

"Romantic" Waltz

1 part2 pages01:223 months ago692 views
Piano
L. W. M. Tworzydlo, The composers of the XXI century. Selected scores for the piano, Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo, Gdańsk 2018, p. 10-11.
-> ISMN 979-0-9020142-2-9

Download single score or selected book (for free) through the following web page: https://avantdevenir.wordpress.com/books/

You can follow me on:
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Kindest regards,
Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo

The Jig of the Devil

1 part3 pages023 months ago446 views
Piano
L. W. M. Tworzydlo, The composers of the XXI century. Selected scores for the piano, Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo, Gdańsk 2018, p. 14-16.
-> ISMN 979-0-9020142-2-9

Download single score or selected book (for free) through the following web page: https://avantdevenir.wordpress.com/books/

You can follow me on:
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Kindest regards,
Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo

The March Of Warriors

1 part2 pages01:153 months ago389 views
Piano
L. W. M. Tworzydlo, The composers of the XXI century. Selected scores for the piano, Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo, Gdańsk 2018, p. 12-13.
-> ISMN 979-0-9020142-2-9

Download single score or selected book (for free) through the following web page: https://avantdevenir.wordpress.com/books/

You can follow me on:
(1) Facebook (fan page): https://www.fb.com/cp.avant.de.venir/
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(3) Academia.edu: https://independent.academia.edu/LukaszTworzydlo

Kindest regards,
Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo