Fugue of the Storm Fugue

5 parts8 pages01:363 years ago361 views
Violin(2), Viola, Cello, Contrabass
DISCLAIMER FOUND AT THE BOTTOM OF THE DESCRIPTION

All of the themes in this piece are themes in Ashboy's "Fugue of the Storm": https://musescore.com/ashboy/scores/25817
The description of the song starts off: "First of all, I KNOW THAT IT'S NOT A FUGUE! I am just attached to that title." I read that and thought, "Well, why can't it be?" So I decided to turn FOTS into a fugue. That's about all there is to it.

DISCLAIMER: I have no idea how to write fugues. I can sort of write an exposition to a fugue, but that's about it. I basically just made everything else up, trying to make it sound like a fugue :)

Fugue of The Storm for a rather strange ensemble

9 parts38 pages03:043 years ago426 views
Flute, Clarinet(2), Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone(2)
DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN THIS SONG

Here is my arrangement of Fugue of The Storm, written by the immortal Ashboy, arranged for a rather strange ensemble. My main concern here is playability, and I tried to help that a bit by putting it in Bb major, but regardless of key this is a very hard song for winds. Critique (especially from either Ashboy or Pine Marten) would be very appreciated. Listen, comment, and enjoy!

Corpse Bride - Main Title - For 2 Solo Pianos

2 parts5 pages01:256 years ago12,312 views
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-PIANO FRIENDLIER WRITTEN AND SOME CHANGES IN THE FLATS ETC:
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Here finally is my transcription of this lovely song, orchestrated by Alexander Adriaensens (https://musescore.com/user/15685/scores/51299). Hope you enjoy.

I Like to Move It - Full Ocherstrated Version!!! - From Madagaskar

17 parts8 pages01:106 years ago13,450 views
My Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC56_ORUBrChpNab1KPbpMTA
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http://musescore.com/user/78755‬‬‬‬‬‬
http://musescore.com/user/44905‬‬‬‬‬‬
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viktor.glombik.de

PLEASE READ!!!! Please listen to the full piece!
This is my arrangment of this quite old but still great song. It think the Celli and the Guitar solos fit quite well even if there not in the original.

Brass of the Storm

5 parts22 pages03:026 years ago2,047 views
Ashboy kindly let me do a brass choir arrangement of his famous 'Fugue of the Storm.'
THIS IS BEST PERFORMED USING THE LEAST AMOUNT OF PEOPLE POSSIBLE.

The Thunderstorm (Revised) (8/22/2012)

10 parts50 pages03:506 years ago2,033 views
This an drum corps version of AshBoy's Fugue Of The Storm. He kindly let me do a drum corps, or another brass ensemble of his arrangement, which i will say is a great piece. I hope my arrangement can be as great as his.

UPDATE:
I added a snare and bass and cymbol part, i felt it need a little percussion part in two places, to give a different sound to the melody in the first part with the snare, then background beats with the low brass near the end of the thrid part.
I added some parts after the oringial end of the third part. I decided to end it with a little bit of the melody from the first part, just in half time .
*Added Tenor on the Cymbol line.
FUGUE OF THE STORM
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FUGUE OF THE STORM

6 parts21 pages03:027 years ago23,538 views
Strings(4), Timpani, Sound effects
First of all, I KNOW THAT IT'S NOT A FUGUE! I am just attached to that title. =)

Here's the separated string quartet parts. Try it out, it's lots of fun to perform!
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This piece was originally written for me and my siblings to play on two violins and a viola, and due to requests, I added a cello part and a timpani part. The story of the piece starts off with the building storm, with occasional thunderclaps. Then, the thunder dies down, and the rain comes in, which is a more peaceful section, but progressively gets more intense (rain is mainly represented by fast runs in the first violin later in the peaceful section). The piece ends with thunder and rain together (more fast first violin runs with the thunderclaps), at the climax of the storm. I hope you enjoy listening to it!