Études d'après Compositeurs No.7 in C Minor - (War)

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This is the seventh étude of my Études d'après Compositeurs set, arranged after Liszt's Transcendental Études No.8 (Wilde Jagd). I have named this étude "War" because the roaring 32nd notes, together with the rapid chords have mimicked the vigour of a fierce battle. Whilst the triumphant-sounding second theme depicts a victory against enemies in a war. I have spent a lot of time on this étude. Please feel free to comment and let me know your suggestions.

Études d'après Compositeurs No.3 in A Minor - (Winter Storm)

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This is the third piece of my Études d'après Compositeurs set. This étude is based on Chopin's famous Winter Wind Étude. The étude is titled "Winter Storm" because I have transformed the breezes in the original piece into a full-fledged winter snowstorm. I have put a lot of effort into this. Please feel free to add it to favourite and comment.

Scriabin, Mazurka in E major Op.25 No.4 (original orchestration)

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Piccolo, Flute, Oboe(2), Clarinet(2), Bassoon, French Horn, Trumpet(2), Trombone, Tuba, Timpani, Strings(5)
This is my first orchestral score on this account, I have another piece of Scriabin's on my second account that I also orchestrated. I am far from at all savvy regarding orchestration, I've only studied a couple of orchestral scores (a few by Rachmaninoff and one I think by Debussy), so most of the instrumentation I based on intuition, I guess, and the rest on my quite limited knowledge of orchestration. Regarding the piece, I'm not really sure why Scriabin, but I found that some of his mazurkas fit an orchestral sound really well quite easily, in my head at least. Anyway, hope you enjoy my orchestration :) Ps. Apologies if some of the accidentals are wrong, musescore just decided to change most of them for transposing instruments while I was literally finishing up the piece. Also, here's the link to the other score I mentioned above: https://musescore.com/user/10828096/scores/4829764


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This is a short piece I wrote that deals with the theme of separation.

Vingt petites bribes du soir

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HEYYYYYYYYY !!! Finaly I have finished it, it took the time it took. Hope you will be happy with this huge work on the sheet music. N.B. : Excuse me for little details that Musescore would not change like accent deplaced or something else but if you want a proper score I can send you an almost perfect .pdf of all that ! Comment please, let me know your opinion and thank you very much for listening to my poor little music.

Song of the Dragonborn - Skyrim Theme

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This is my arrangement for the main theme for The Elder Scrolls V - Skyrim. I spent countless hours listening to the original to get the correct dynamics and timing, and also took inspiration from Kyle Landry. Updated: Thank you to GMA SheetMusic for helping tidy up my arrangement

Études d'après Compositeurs No.5 in E Minor - (Voyage)

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This is the fifth étude of my Études d'après Compositeurs set. This étude is arranged after Sofiane Kerrakchou's Études No.3. This etude is titled "Voyage" as the etude resembles a great adventure. The stormy and volatile beginning and ending mark the hardships of the voyage of an adventurer. Meanwhile, the sweet and joyous middle section symbolises the joy of discovery throughout the journey. Please feel free to comment and give me your suggestion.

Waltz No.2 in F♯ Major

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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.

Ballade No.1 in A♭ Major

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I am really proud of this piece. Not only it is my first ballade, but also my first attempt at composing longer, more elaborate piano works. Although the ballade has a home key of A-flat major, I have changed the key at various places in the piece. The piece is written in the form of "theme and variations". It is also interesting to note that I have incorporated many new techniques in this piece. For example, this piece marks the first time that I have explicitly used the so-called "Three-hand Effect" (Measure 135 - 161) I have really put tremendous effort into this piece. Please feel free to comment and let me know your suggestions.

Fantasie No.1, Op.1 in F-Minor

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Please enjoy my first piece! For those interested, I also allowed myself to explain this partly weird scenery, some might argue. I had the main idea for this piece on a rainy day while I was sitting in the bus and daydreaming. Therefore, this fantasy tries to represent the way thoughts develop, given that we're willing to fully immerse in them. At the beginning, the main theme is introduced which gains momentum until the first caesurae is reached emphatically. In the course of the middle section, it is than starting to regain its former vigour when the melody suddenly changes to a more serious and doubtful mood. This is meant to represent the ability of our thoughts to rapidly transform themselves, as, I guess, you might have experienced so often. Both, the seriousity and doubtfulness, however, get interrupted by a waltz-like rhythm which nevertheless shows off playfulness and randomness yet again. The reoccurring doubtfulness accumulates in the second caesurae, which is finally followed by the overcome of the prior feelings by a variation on the beginning theme.


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This is my fourth composition for the piano. It's a short but lively piece. When I wrote it I imagined children playing hide and seek. Perhaps the crescendos and diminuendos can be interpreted as the seeker getting closer and then further away. It's suitable for beginner to intermediate players. Feedback appreciated.

Études d'après Compositeurs No.4 in F Minor - (Vehemence)

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This is the fourth étude of my Études d'après Compositeurs set. It is my arrangement of Liszt's Transcendental Études No.10 (Appassionata). Vehemence refers to strong emotions or great energy/force. This is the first word that has popped up in my mind when I listened to this étude. Therefore, I have named this étude "Vehemence". I have put a lot of effort into this piece. Please enjoy and feel free to critique or comment.

Consolation No.1 in D Minor

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Just a break from the virtuosic pieces. A simple yet beautiful piece inspired by Liszt's Consolation No.3. Consolation refers to something that makes someone feel better amidst a sad moment. Therefore, I have started the piece in D minor (a sad key) and ended it in F major (a positive key). Please feel free to comment and let me know your opinions.

The Oak at Dusk

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Just an atmospheric piece with the falling second as its most important component. This motive it heard throughout the whole piece in all kinds of rhythmic variants. It is a strict modal piece, using the Major-Minor mode on D (D-E-F#-G-A-Bb-C-D)

Until We Meet Again

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This composition is dedicated to my classmates, the class of 2018. You are all capable of so much, and this is my hope for you: "Brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things" (Philippians 4:8). May you hold onto goodness and truth as you pursue your dreams. I wish you the best in all that is ahead of you... until we meet again :) Thank you, Dwayn, for your help in creating this piece! (https://musescore.com/user/186545)

Prelude in E major (original)

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Another prelude of mine, this one is a bit more conservative musically than my last two, but it certainly took as much effort to write as them. I'm quite proud of how this piece turned out, but as always, criticism is always welcome. Enjoy :) PS. I never give titles to pieces that are beyond the name of the genre, but I think I can break that "rule" with this one. I'd give a title "Lovestruck" or something along those lines. It just sort of sounds like that feeling to me at least :D And it's totally not because I've got a crush on a girl from my school... again, who may or may not have inspired this piece ;D This title is just how I see it, you can still interpret it however you want to.

Imagine Dragons - Believer (Piano Solo)

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I've already made this on a different music program called Flat.io, so I just copied it here onto MuseScore and revised some more things. As a piano solo, this is very difficult (but it's "possible!"). A large percentage of the piece has three or more different voices at the same time. It also includes "double-reverse" glissandos (that's what I call them), thick chords, and very fast leaps especially in the left hand at the end. It would require a lot of stamina and hand-eye coordination to play this. I haven't actually tried to play this in real life too often, but by looking at the score, on a difficulty scale of 1-10 I would rate this a 9. Feel free to give gentle criticism. I hope you enjoy!

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

1 part14 pages09:287 days ago213 views
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.

Réconciliation Opus 42 in C Major

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Réconciliation Opus 42 in C Major is composed by Charles-Valentin Alkan, and was published in 1857. In his book “Charles Valentin Alkan: His Life and His Music”, William Alexander Eddie states that: “Réconciliation op 42 (published in 1857) is one of the most interesting of the mid-fifties series and the full title of op 42 is Petit caprice, Réconciliation. Of special intrigue is that op 42 includes a 5/4 Zorzico dance as an episode. This piece is well worth exploring for its harmonic adventurousness with mobility of harmony above pedal points.”