Wait, it's not Christmas?! :o Well, I'm too impatient to wait half a year to upload this, so why not now? :D So, I started work on this before Christmas of last year, and of course, I got uninspired just after I started and wasn't bothered enough to finish this when I was inspired, but now I am. I sort of see this piece as an exercise in composition for me, each variation explores a different sort of idea: I var.: This one is, I guess, an exercise in line embellishment. I tried to imitate 19th century brilliante playing and right hand filigree of that era's virtuousos. II var.: This one is an exercise in harmony augmentation. As the originals harmony is quite static around the tonic, I tried to put in interim chords in the progression. I kept the harmonies within the limits of 19th century harmony so it doesn't interfere with the melody. III var.: For this one I just put the theme into a minor mode. So essentially I explored both of the exercises that I mentioned above, just the filigree is in the left hand. IV var.: And this final one is an exercise in theme augmentation. To do that, I put the very well known theme into a 3/4 meter and made it a waltz, or, at least I tried to. I'm not very sure if I did it well, but I tried. The ending may be a bit lack-lustered as I'm not very experienced with writing waltzes, but whatever. :D
things come, things go. time passes on. (feel free to add more cliches.) a rather somber piece with unusual time and key. there appears to be a standard practice of creating "N-follower specials" here on MS. although i did not write this specifically for such a purpose, given the timing, this could stand as a 50-follower special. thanks for listening, folks!
Piccolo, Flute(2), Oboe, Clarinet(2), Bassoon(2), French Horn, Trumpet(2), Tuba, Percussion(6), Piano, Violin(2), Viola, Cello(2), Strings(5), Contrabass
. Ive written a piano concerto for children . I ve written if not completed all the movemens of a 2 piano concerto and about 5 or 6 other piano concerti but I'm calling this one No.4 ! THERE may be 2 scherzi in one movement if i can integrate bioth ideas ! This is going to be one of my most fun endeavors . the slow movement will be modeled on Ravel 's gorgeous and rightly famous slow movement of his concerto in G .I am going to use one f my old preludes in i think its G major to do this. My prelude is over 9 years old but I listened to i last night and knew it was telling a story that deservedto be retold with full orchestra and enlivened and added too . I thik it was originally called Prairie Ballade ee . No.3 dedicated to my mom is over a year old . this is actualy no.6 . I don't know what to do with no. 5 and I'm working on 10 or more projects I get backto this Piano Concerto no. 4 , Ive actually started 3 ND 4 which are at least a year old ; but havent come back .I'm calling this one 4 because i knoe what I wan t to do . i wnt to frustrate the spectot , make them think a certain thing is going on with the narrative then pull the capet out . Imagine if Sain't Saens had been more ironic and was living now . His wedding Cake idea would thus be turned on its head and I would throw pieces ofcake and feces at all the wedding visitors fleeing out the large church doors . Where are the priests ou ask ? I'd hate to say just keep your young boys close at hand ! this is going to be one of my most fun endeavors . the slow movement will be modeled on Ravel 's gorgeous and rightly famous slow movement of his concerto in G .I am going to use one f my old preludes in i think its G major to do this. My prelude is over 9 years old but I listened to i last night and knew it was telling a story that deservedto be retold with full orchestra and enlivened and added too . I thik it was originally called Prairie Ballade ee . No.3 dedicated to my mom is over a year old . this is actualy no.6 . I don't know what to do with no. 5 and I'm working on 10 or more projects I get backto this ....
Solo Piccolo music with piano .Will be a group of or collection of music for principally Piccolo . Some of he music will be only piccolo other selections will be duos with piano or cello or violin or Saxophone . or maybe french horn and bassoon . Who knows . I cant imagine 2 or 3 piccolos . Maybe I can . Definitely a cortege for Genoa or the Earthquakes or the terrible fires in Mendocino . Double Bass and piccolo .How 'bout dat you musescorians . Does Sibelius have a website where people show off their music too ?
This is a piece that took some time to master, (even now it's not finished, but I just wanted to share with you guys what I made.) When I started to make this piece, I was messing around with E major, and this is what came out, Hope you like. Finalised piece coming out soon guys.
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
Like my last prelude, this one's quite conservative musically, though in some places I put in some ideas that I'm exploring in my new pieces (like altered and extended dominant chords). This'll be the last prelude I'll upload for a while, I'm currently working on a set of 24 preludes (I've finished 8 at the time of uploading this score), but at the rate I'm composing right now, I should be done by about early to mid July. Anyway, enjoy! :)
Piccolo, Flute, English Horn, Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone, Bassoon, Piano, Harp, Contrabass(8)
Music for ThE ArchiteCTure of ChuRChes 8DoubleBasses 8 14 20Music for Low Bass String Ensemble . Begun 8/14/2018 . Bresson made a very beautiful flm in France about an animal a donkey with mostly humans surrounding him whofall on hard times . It gives you a feeling a true unadorned human emotion you can trust ! " Au Hasard " . See it !
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.
Let me know if you guys want a FULL VERSION of this music! If you have any comments about the arrangement, please feel free to write it down below!
Well, you guys requested for an easier version of Catch the Moment, so here you go! Hope you guys like it!
I recently saw these AMAZING arrangements/compositions done by LyricWulf and Seycara - The Anime Orchestra on YouTube, which got me started again on writing arrangements for my favorite songs - one of which is Irony. This arrangement took a surprisingly short amount of time - only 3 days (10 hours?) I wrote this arrangement based on 鹿乃 (kano)'s cover of the song. Anyways, hope you enjoy! Feel free to leave any comments! (pls dont bully me tho)
Piccolo(2), Flute(2), Oboe, English Horn, Clarinet(3), Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bassoon(3), French Horn(2), Trumpet(3), Trombone(2), Timpani, Percussion(12), Piano, Harp, Strings(6), Contrabass, Synthesizer(4), Other Woodwinds
8 Preludes for Orchestra Book 1 op. 306 MUSIC FOR FULL ORCHESTRA OP.306 Feb .15 , 2018. 1 . Disambiguation 2. 3. Car Wreck
Piano, Bass, Percussion
sometimes the only thing to do with troubles... deal with them. ( follow-up on "tragedy in the making": https://musescore.com/tburch/tragedy-in-the-making ) ( part 3 of this trio here: https://musescore.com/tburch/shift ) ( part 4 here: https://musescore.com/tburch/creatures-of-rhythm )
So I'm not even sure what to say, but I guess I should start with a thank you :D So, thank you to every single one of my followers!! Not even sure how I managed that with my mediocre music, but I guess I did :D So anyway, here's a piece I wrote just today for this little occasion. About the piece, it's my very first etude for piano. It focuses on right hand dexterity with two voices and playing a polyrhythm between the hands. As it's my first etude, I'm not sure how it turned out, so I'd like to hear what you think ;) Anyway, enjoy! :)