Sen'imental Sal

1 part3 pages02:1118 days ago160 views
Piano
L. W. M. Tworzydlo, The forgotten composers. Piano sheets from last century and even further. Part 1/3, Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo, Gdańsk 2018, p. 16-18. -> ISMN 979-0-9020142-1-2 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/ (2) YouTube (channel): https://www.youtube.com/c/luqasz (3) Academia.edu: https://independent.academia.edu/LukaszTworzydlo Kindest regards, Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo

Amethyst | HQ audio below

16 parts37 pages04:4017 days ago129 views
Piano(3), Percussion(2), Synthesizer(3), French Horn(2), Oboe, Piccolo, Guitar, Strings(3)
https://soundcloud.com/alplexle/amethyst

sketch

2 parts2 pages01:19a day ago5 views
Bassoon, Strings

Piano Sonata no. 3 in D major "En forme de fantaisie", Opus 5

1 part57 pages38:3821 days ago299 views
Piano
Dedicated to the only good contemporary classical music composer, Pasquale Toscano. This sonata is really long and complex, but it will interest the Musescore community, and the listeners. The form of the movements are quite formal: 1st mov., Sonata form, 2nd mov., Scherzo, 3rd mov., Ternary form (ABA), and 4th mov. (The strangest tonal work you'll ever listen to), Sonata-Rondo form (ABAC [C being development] ABA) + Coda. Every movement has an attacca, which makes this work be played in one steady go. Now, for the more interesting part: This sonata breaks most of the rules of classical music. Can you spot them? Of course you can! For example, the Rondo starts in the wrong key, but runs to the tonic really quickly, and the first B section is in the subdominant instead of the dominant, and the last time the B section occurs, this time in the dominant instead of the usual tonic. Every appearance of the A section is different as well. Anyways, enjoy this work, and I'll be back with another sonata in a couple of days.

The Winner

1 part4 pages02:2418 days ago240 views
Piano
L. W. M. Tworzydlo, The forgotten composers. Piano sheets from last century and even further. Part 1/3, Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo, Gdańsk 2018, p. 12-15. -> ISMN 979-0-9020142-1-2 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/ (2) YouTube (channel): https://www.youtube.com/c/luqasz (3) Academia.edu: https://independent.academia.edu/LukaszTworzydlo Kindest regards, Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo
Homesick
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Homesick

1 part3 pages02:3910 days ago78 views
Piano
I wrote this after prompt 4 (emotions) from MCP This is the kind of homesickness where you've rejected something close to you, like home, but then you miss it a lot and you regret rejecting it as you can't go back so all you can do is fantasize/feel nostalgic but at the same time angry with yourself. Not sure if thats an actual type of homesickness but hey ho, its pretty much just nostalgia, still works. If this piece told a story, lets say the character's name is Bob. Bob is feeling pretty sad and regretful for abandoning his home for a disappointing life, but he tries to cheer himself up by walking in the park anyway, even though he fails to. Then from bar 12, Bob sits down in the park and takes some drugs (painkillers, alright) to help his pain, it makes him feel dizzy (bar 15-16). Then he falls asleep in the park and has a dream about being back home, but not everything is the same. He sees hallucinations, ghosts of the past, and his family members have somehow turned evil and start critisizing him. They say things like "You could have done better than this", "Oh, Bob, you're such a tragedy!", "You'll never be welcome back", and Bob thinks, "It's all my fault." things like that, ye, just so ye get the idea of whats goin on 'ere. Then from bar 32, Bob tells himself, "no use beating myself up over it." Then he wakes up from his daydream thing and feels the same as before. Bob accepts that its his fault, and sees that he has another chance to see his family again; to his surprise, he sees them in the park coming towards him, and tells himself, "I can rest easy, for now." I did that all in 1 day so there might be a lot of mistakes, but i cant see them because i don't have that skill So I'm all open to criticism

funki 「kawaii funk」

10 parts25 pages03:0610 days ago16 views
Timpani, Percussion(3), Guitar(2), Strings(2), Synthesizer, Harp
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The Irritable

1 part3 pages01:1711 days ago40 views
Piano
This is the 4th piece I've actually finished from start to end. I think its a really weird piece, starts on c minor but ends on a flat major (i think so, i mean i've only done up to grade 3 theory so dont expect much), but somehow it still flows, at least i hope it does. when i was writing this musescore was being really weird and putting all the Ab as G# so if u see one of them i probably missed it. This piece just has an identity crisis, im pretty sure it should just be Fm/Abmaj but im too lazy to change all those C# to D. oh well. I'd love to hear your guys thoughts on it, what needs to be fixed or if its just broken beyond repair

Piano Sonata no. 2 in D minor, Op. 3 (Complete)

1 part20 pages12:038 months ago523 views
Piano
This is my 2nd Piano Sonata in the key of D minor. It is mostly inspired by both the Classicism of Mozart and the Romanticism of Beethoven, and that makes a really interesting combination. The sonata consists of 3 movements: A "Molto allegro" in Sonata form, in the home key of D minor. This movement mostly sounds like Beethoven, but also kind of has a Mozart feel to it. The 2nd movement is a "Minuet: Allegretto", also in D minor, with a trio in E-flat minor (The modulation from D minor to E-flat minor is pretty cool, make sure you hear it), and then a "da capo" of the Minuet with some changes as well. The 3rd movement is an "Allegro con spirito" in D major, and this movement is the most Mozart-ian piece I have composed (In the atmosphere of the music, that's what I mean), yet I still combine some of my own style in the music. The coolest part in this movement is probably the Fugue in the development section, and to be honest, this is my first time trying to compose of Fugue (It's a short one), so it might not be as good as Bach's fugues (which are of course waaaaaay better). I hope you enjoy listening to this sonata. :) Copyright to Ali Afifi (2017).

In Maytime: Reverie

1 part4 pages04:1918 days ago260 views
Piano
L. W. M. Tworzydlo, The forgotten composers. Piano sheets from last century and even further. Part 1/3, Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo, Gdańsk 2018, p. 8-11. -> ISMN 979-0-9020142-1-2 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/ (2) YouTube (channel): https://www.youtube.com/c/luqasz (3) Academia.edu: https://independent.academia.edu/LukaszTworzydlo Kindest regards, Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo

Starry Skies

1 part4 pages03:2210 months ago730 views
Piano
This is a fantasia/impromptu on Canon that I made as a sort of birthday (10/20) composition for myself while trying to see how I could expand the original melody of Canon to the point where the improvised melody is very separate from the original. It also marks a small milestone for myself in composing 10 original compositions :) This piece represents when one looks up to relax and gazes the beauty and magic in viewing a sky filled with shining stars. Slight inspiration from Tchaikovsky. Finished on October 20, 2017.

Wehmut (Melancholy)

2 parts4 pages03:0715 days ago57 views
Oboe, Piano
Hello all! Here's my third Lied, Goethe's Wehmut (or Melancholy, in English). As you can tell, it's very sad. I think it turned out quite well (unfortunately I had a rather large pool of inspiration to draw on for this one). Listen, comment, and enjoy! The lyrics in both German and English are below: Wehmut, by J. Wolfgang von Goethe Ihr verblühet, süße Rosen, Meine Liebe trug euch nicht; Blühtet, ach! dem Hoffnungslosen, Dem der Gram die Seele bricht! Jener Tage denk' ich trauernd, Als ich, Engel, an dir hing, Auf das erste Knöspchen lauernd Früh zu meinem Garten ging; Alle Blüten, alle Früchte Noch zu deinen Füßen trug Und vor deinem Angesichte Hoffnung in dem Herzen schlug. Ihr verblühet, süße Rosen, Meine Liebe trug euch nicht; Blühtet, ach! dem Hoffnungslosen, Dem der Gram die Seele bricht. English translation by Emily Ezust, from the LiederNet Archive -- http://www.lieder.net/ You are wilting, sweet roses - my love could not sustain you. Bloom for hopelessness then, for he whose soul is breaking from sorrow! I think mournfully of those days when I hung on you, angel, waiting for your first little bud and going to my garden early; Every blossom, every fruit I carried to your feet; and before your countenance, hope throbbed in my heart. You are wilting, sweet roses - my love could not sustain you. Bloom for hopelessness then, for he whose soul is breaking from sorrow!

Waltz No.2 in F♯ Major

1 part15 pages04:112 months ago711 views
Piano
This is my second waltz, written in the key of F♯ major. This is a playful yet bravura piece that I have spent quite a lot of time in composing it. Hopefully, my composing skill have improved quite a bit compared to my first waltz (which isn't a satisfactory piece) The piece starts out quietly, in a playful manner. After a few variations of the main themes, the piece ends in a triumphant, grandiose manner. Hope you will enjoy this piece. Please feel free to comment and give me your suggestions.

Études d'après Compositeurs No.6 in D♭ Major - (Midnight Dreams)

1 part14 pages09:282 months ago572 views
Piano
This is the sixth étude of my Études d'après Compositeurs set, arranged after Liszt's Transcendental Études No.11 (Harmonies du Soir). I have titled this piece "Midnight Dreams" as the calming arpeggios remind me of a peaceful, tranquil night. Meanwhile, the grandiose, expressive, harmonic middle sessions remind me of vivid dreams. After the exciting climax, the piece ends with a peaceful and tranquil note, indicating ones' dream is almost over. In order to create a playback as close to human interpretation as possible, I have placed over 500 hidden tempo and dynamic changes in total. I have put a lot of effort into this étude. Please feel free to comment and let me know your suggestions.

Études d'après Compositeurs No.2 in G♯ Minor - (Echoing Bells)

1 part12 pages04:11a month ago400 views
Piano
This is a re-working of my second étude in the Études d'après Compositeurs set. There are several reasons that I have decided to rework on this piece. Firstly, the old étude got corrupted for some reason, and my MuseScore would crash every time when I attempted to open the file. Therefore, a remaking of the file was necessary. Secondly, the old étude was not that good, so I thought it would be a good idea to rework at some of the parts and add more hidden tempo and dynamic changes to make the piece better. Last but not least, I have planned to do a reworking on the old étude, so this is the perfect opportunity for me to do it. This piece was arranged after Liszt's Paganini Étude No.3 (La Campanella) and is the second étude of my set. I have named this étude "Echoing bells" as the sonorous, repeated high notes remind me of bells echoing to one another in a church. Please feel free to comment and let me know your suggestions.

Consolation No.2 in A Major (Collab with Chopinfminor)

1 part8 pages03:4926 days ago430 views
Piano
Thank you Chopinfminor for your collab!! :D This is a collaboration piece with Chopinfminor. He did an amazing job in developing the middle section. So, this piece is also a shout-out to him! Remember to check him out :) A link to his profile: https://musescore.com/user/16959856 Anyway, this is my second consolation, written in the key of A major. Please feel free to comment and let me know your suggestions.

Piano Sonata no. 1 in C minor, Op. 1 "Sonata Serioso" (Not the final version)

1 part33 pages2411 months ago607 views
Piano
My 1st Piano Sonata in C minor, nicknamed "Serioso", because of the seriousness of the 1st and 4th movements' character. Even the 4th movement has the name of "Rondo serioso". The sonata is in 4 movements: 1st movement: Allegro con brio, ed appassionato in C minor, 2/4 time, Sonata form. 2nd movement: Adagio ma non troppo, un poco cantabile in A-flat major, 3/8 time. It's in Variation form, with a Theme and 3 Variations, with a recapitulation of the theme as well. 3rd movement: Minuet-Valse. Allegro non troppo in C minor, it's a Minuet in the style of a Waltz (or vice versa?), with a C major "Poco allegretto" trio as well, and the a 'da capo' of the Minuet-Valse. All sections are in ternary form (ABA). 4th movement: Rondo serioso. Allegro molto con brio in C minor, 2/4 time, 7-Part Rondo form (ABACABA) with Coda. Important Note: For those who saw my works before this (from Opus 1 to 11), I deleted them since I saw that my music was "Childlike" and I wasn't properly following the rules of music (Rondo form, sonata form, Scherzos, Minuets, etc.), and also with a few plagiarism accusations here and there (Especially on my previous '2nd' Sonata in A-flat major' which was once 'Op. 4, No. 2'), so I guess I should begin again, with my 11th Opus as my 1st Opus, since it seems good to be a starting point for my music. (The Opus 11 was the first version of this Sonata, which was my '8th sonata'. I have 'destoryed' Sonatas nos. 1 to 7, because of the reasons above.) I will be uploading more mature works starting from now on. Thank you for reading this note. :) Copyright to Ali Afifi (2017).