2 parts •
7 pages •
14 hours ago •
I made this as a harder version of the original “Breakthrough” for my friends who are doing it for a performance. This version has some new parts and features to make the piece have some more color. Enjoy!
This is a marimba duet that represents a breakthrough (ha, ha) in my composing skills. "Breakthrough" is a duet with a great melody, a concept meant to be harmonic, and, overall, a pleasure to listen to. Comments and feedback are greatly appreciated. Enjoy, and, as always, "Represent your shadow"!
You're in a mechanical flying machine, travelling through the clouds on a dark night, the cool air not bothering you a bit, for you are distracted by the wondrous sight that is before you.
My boyfriend recently moved to Australia and last night we placed a whole bunch of glow in the dark stars and moons around the ceiling of my room and it's so pretty and peaceful at night, which is what inspired this song. Finished my first year of uni which I am happy about! My results come out in less than a week. Hope everyone on this site is doing well
These pieces are put in order of date composed. It shows how my style changed in this half a year. I will post more work here later. BEWARE 18+ TAGS 1. Fughetta: A 2 voiced fugue. My first completed work. You can see how pathetic it is. 2. Elegie: The first piece I post here. 3. Malinconia: Obviously inspired by Tarrega's Lagrima. (But better) 4. Etude 1: Chopin op 25 no 4 on steroids with glissandos. 5. Etude 2: You can see my harmony in the middle section is bad. 6. Sonatina: Homage to Mozart with a reference to Liszt's Requiem in the middle section. 7. Tarantella: A more recent work. You can see I treat it as a more important work as I write down slurs and dynamics. 8. March: An experiment on weird chord modulation and tone clusters.
"Goodbyes in Paradise" was actually my first piece ever composed! This is just a fun, much simpler solo based off a classical beach vacation. The composition is much easier than most of my pieces, and is a great starting piece for someone who is just learning the four-mallet technique. I didn't change any of the notes or structure of the piece, so if it looks much more elementary than most of my pieces, it's because this was literally my first piece lol (I might make additions later on). Anyways, comments and feedback are greatly appreciated! Enjoy, and, as always, "Represent your shadow!"
4 parts •
96 pages •
12 days ago •
Violin(2), Viola, Cello
Nonlinear Development! The completed string quartet of six parts, written in the format of math music, hopefully evocative and technically appreciable from my earlier work (which was terrible), but also definitely amateur, hence why the major theme is development. Hopefully the first step towards a lifetime of music. I will be honored by any attention this gets! It is something I've devoted years to, whole weeks of nonstop writing and editing, and am soon to put the effort into collaborating in its performance by the New England String Quartet.