When The School Bell Rings (20 Follower Special)

1 part3 pages01:5517 days ago339 views
This came out slightly late as I was not expecting to gain followers so quickly. I started on this on New Year's Day when I had 18 followers. This is another of my original composition (should be my 3rd successful or 10th in total) and also contains my first composition that seemed too short that I composed 3 years ago. The main theme for this music is fatigue after a long day at school shown by the draggy tempo. The softer parts should represent time passing and the repeat in E flat major, end of the next school day. Time passes fast and school is over before you know it. This may be my only composition for January 2019 as the year end school holidays are over and I will have less time to compose. Do also take note that my time zone is GMT+8, so comments may be replied up to 18 hours late. Thanks for your understanding.

Special Thanks:
EuphoZai for being my 20th follower
jmoses for being my first follower
J.S.antos, PianoAndTea, Shellene Tan, BSG, eensio, ㄕㄩRㄕレAR₵łⱤ₵ɄⱠ₳ⱤNT, Amariah P, crossblade, romain_gandillet, Bjohnsondouglas and CurtleStuff for multiple comments on my pieces.
All viewers and followers
Thank you for you support and I promise you many more original compositions to come. Enjoy and please comment!
To all who are learning music, please don't give up.

Feelings In A Dream (Original)

1 part2 pages02:28a month ago774 views
This is my second piece, long awaited after the popular welcomed first part 'Those Memories' and both were inspired by modern classical composers. This in my opinion is nowhere better than the first part of Seasons of Music, but I do hope you post useful advice, comments or critique. Another original piece, I seek your cooperation not to reproduce. I will be publishing it too, but on a later date, until I hit 15 comments and have edited accordingly.

After this, I will open a suggestion discussion and to produce my third original piece, and that will be done next year by March. After publishing, it will still be kept free here but one score does have to go as I have already hit the limit...

Do continue to support my scores. Thank you and please enjoy.

read discription, Nocturne No 3 in F major

1 part4 pages04:57a month ago911 views
This is a noc I wrote in a few days. If you found that, yes, it is actually in 3/4 time, but I group 4 quavers in a group as the accompaniment, so I make it in C time.
The background of the piece is, one of my friend just leave and will be on the way to his new life, this is a fare well written for him, but I will not use this as a title for the piece. In result, this is one of my most lyrical and beautiful piece I ever written. Enjoy, tell me in comment that if you want to hear more lyrical stuff or something more 20 century.


1 part10 pages04:406 months ago1,818 views
Gosh, I don't even know how to start this... xD
I know I got a whole bunch from the user recommendation pages for new users with empty dashboards (which the devs took out because some others and I wanted to be followed for our music, and not our activity on the site). So I reached 500 a lot earlier than I'd anticipated (this piece was originally supposed to be my 400 follower special). But regardless...

THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT!!! :DDD It's fantastic knowing there are so many of you who enjoy my music enough to click that "follow" button :DDDDDDDDD
Here's the youtube link to the piece for mobile users: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtDXgQ5LpAE&feature=youtu.be

And for a lot of you who took the time to write lengthy comments filled with constructive feedback...thanks so much...you guys are amazing and helped motivate me to improve. And those of you who decided to let me know I inspired you or my music touched you in any way: you guys couldn't see my reaction since I live hundreds/thousands of kilometers, if not halfway around the world from you. But those comments/emails made my day. It's awesome to open one of your emails or read one of your comments after a long stressful day...it just makes it a lot more bearable :D
Even those of you who don't comment that often - I still appreciate you very much, thank you for listening to my music :D

Here are some people I'd really like to give a HUGE shoutout to:

mnmwert - He was my 25th ever follower on this site, and has commented and given constructive feedback on almost every single one of my compositions since then. He is an amazing composer, and is also a great friend to chat with in RSA (Randomly Screwing Around, one of my groups on musescore)

Cl4rin3t - She was my 39th ever follower on this site, and has also commented on most of my pieces here. She is an amazing friend, having supported me all this way, and even defended me against someone who was trying to insult me on one of my scores (while I decided to stay out of the argument... :/). She is primarily an arranger, though she is starting out with composition (but is already really good).

Celthyan - He was originally my 31st follower (though he unfollowed and refollowed for a joke that I started and became follower #109). He is a FANTASTIC composer; I kid you not he's one of, if not THE best composer on the entire site. He's been very encouraging, having commented on most of my pieces, and is also really fun to chat with. :D

Miscellaneous02 - She has also commented on many of my pieces, and is always one of the early commenters!! She also has synesthesia, and never hesitates to make that part of her show in her music :D

Kenobiingondolin2019 - She has also given me a lot of encouragement, and I always look forward to her comments on each of my pieces!! She's great to chat with in RSA, and kept my time on musescore during spring and summer break much more interesting and fun than it otherwise would have been :D

lizzapie - Like the ones I've already mentioned, she comments very frequently, and always encouraging. She is an excellent person to chat with in RSA (we discovered we're both have INFP personalities...and a whole lot more in common). She is an absolutely AMAZING composer as well :D

Lareinedeslapins - I thought her name was "lareine" until I learned that her name was Fia and then actually figured out her username...xD (fyi "lareinedeslapins" is "the queen of rabbits" in French). But anyways, I really appreciate all her encouraging comments on my pieces; that one she put on Shine Through made me so happy...(thanks Fia!!). She is a really good singer (I checked out her youtube channel) and composer. She writes for mainly choir.

Big Pig - He has commented on many of my pieces, and I really appreciate that. He has a great sense of humour, which is often displayed in conversations in RSA. He is a VERY frequent uploader, somehow having created over 110 scores after only a year on musescore.

SubparTrombonist - He has been very encouraging for the past half year, always commenting on many of my pieces. He was one of the earliest members of RSA, and it has been great seeing him active in the group. He has a great sense of humour, and on top of that he has also taken IB and is the same age as me, which makes him really nice to chat with (Payton, you need to be more active in RSA xDD). His preferred genre of music is Jazz.

And more shoutouts cause musescore doesn't allow descriptions longer than 5000 characters...https://imgur.com/a/KwIhKX1

Hope you enjoy the piece as well :DDDDDDDDDDDD
The soundfont is the HQ Orchestral soundfont (thanks Cl4rin3t for directing me to it) and the picture is from desktopnexus.com (thanks Celthyan for showing that site to me)


1 part7 pages03:3825 days ago301 views
a slow jazzy piece; my first composition that didn't involve me first improvising something then writing it down/expanding on something improv'd (ironically, considering the genre). please please leave feedback!! I'd love to see how this can be improved - especially the ending: I feel like it could be vastly improved somehow.

The Stages of Life

1 part2 pages03:019 hours ago31 views
How you interpret this piece is up to interpretation, but when I initially wrote this song I envisioned the stages of life, or big things that happen to all of us that define who we are.

I hope you enjoy it! If you ever have any suggestions or comments about my songs feel free to let me know.

Thanks for listening :)

Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Green Day (75 follower special)

1 part5 pages03:542 months ago1,229 views
I started working on this in July but got sidetracked by school and camp life but now it is finished!

This is a fairly simple arrangement/transcription of one of the first lyrical songs I learnt on piano!

Now, to business, a shout out to @lareinedeslapins who became the 777th viewer of my Greatest Showman arrangement/transcription

Youtube link to this score is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_h3oYv-URQ

Toccata on 'Happy Birthday' (2018)

1 part1 page00:41a day ago34 views
A short toccata I composed to experiment with harmony.

(This piece is uploaded as part of my effort to upload my older works on musescore)
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1 part2 pages02:3212 hours ago64 views
For this piece, I kind of pictured a mother singing her child to sleep, then when the minor hits, it shows the child when they are older and by themself in a tree house. The tree house is kind of in a fantasy world setting, and the girl is thinking about her parents while holding a pendant in her hands, staring off into the distance at night.

Critique and feedback are appreciated! Thanks for listening!

Prelude in F sharp major (original)

1 part2 pages01:338 months ago639 views
A little nugget, from my current sadness, I wrote yesterday (10th grade exams are approaching and the depression and anxiety duo are coming back in to my life, as usual). Anyway, I tried something quite different from my usual aesthetic for this piece:
1) I tried to avoid the tonic chord pretty much until the last few bars. The I chord was there, I just used altered versions of the I chord, like augmented, dominant and M6 (D#m7) chords.
2) I used a 5 bar phrase structure for the whole piece (only the very last phrase is a 4 bar one, so you do get a sense of resolution somewhat). I think it does give the piece a sort of odd feeling, not sure though.
But enough of me rambling, enjoy the piece :D
P.S. This piece isn't a projection of my current situation, I just happened to write it at a time when I'm slightly depressed.

Twinkle, Twinkle

1 part1 page02:303 days ago15 views
he everyone this is my first ever uploaded score. I have had a time downloading music and I am having a lot of trouble figuring out musescore 2.3.2. but eventually I will figure it out if you have ant tips and special hints please let me know I am in great need ;] so the song is not the point it is more that I NEED HELP.
Sunrise (100 FOLLOWER SPECIAL!!)
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Sunrise (100 FOLLOWER SPECIAL!!)

1 part2 pages02:51a day ago75 views
Thank you guys SO MUCH for taking the time to listen to my music and follow me, when I saw I had 99 followers today, I was really really happy, and Thank you a lot to EthanHarris@2018 for being my 100th follower!!
I know this special isn't super special, (critique and advice would be appreciated),because what happened was that I had composer's block when I wrote this, so...
but, THANK YOU GUYS SO MUCH!!!! I appreciate any comment and advice people have left on my scores, it really means a lot to me!

Inventions and Sinfonias / INVENTIONEN UND SINFONIEN | Complete BWV 772-801

1 part63 pages51:4719 hours ago57 views
The Inventions and Sinfonias, BWV 772–801, also known as the Two- and Three-Part Inventions, are a collection of thirty short keyboard compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750): 15 inventions, which are two-part contrapuntal pieces, and 15 sinfonias, which are three-part contrapuntal pieces. They were originally written as musical exercises for his students.
Bach titled the collection:
"Forthright instruction, wherewith lovers of the clavier, especially those desirous of learning, are shown in a clear way not only 1) to learn to play two voices clearly, but also after further progress 2) to deal correctly and well with three obbligato parts, moreover at the same time to obtain not only good ideas, but also to carry them out well, but most of all to achieve a cantabile style of playing, and thereby to acquire a strong foretaste of composition."
The two groups of pieces are both arranged in order of ascending key, each group covering eight major and seven minor keys.
The inventions were composed in Köthen; the sinfonias, on the other hand, were probably not finished until the beginning of the Leipzig period.

The ornamentics have been adjusted to today's piano's sound.

The Forgotten Island

30 parts5 pages11:5217 hours ago29 views
Flute(2), Oboe(2), Clarinet(2), Bassoon(2), French Horn(2), Trumpet(2), Trombone(2), Tuba, Timpani, Harp(2), Percussion(3), Sound effects(2), Violin, Strings(4), Viola, Contrabass
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Prelude No.3 - 10 (14) Follower Special

1 part6 pages039 days ago77 views
Thank you everyone so much for 14 followers :DDDDDDDDD.

I'm a month late, because, well, I ran out of ideas. Last week I had a quick burst of inspiration and I used it to begin and end the piece.

I'd like to thank a couple of people for supporting me and commenting on my scores:
Christian Tan, Jmoses, Elliot Butler, Rebecca Y, Bearsim, Jayden Fung, RedScreen, Milock and Romain Gandillet

This is my tenth serious composition, I think it is my best so far and I really enjoyed writing it. The name is pretty boring and cliche, so if you have any ideas, let me know

All feedback is welcome :)

This piece is inspired by Nuvole Bianche by Ludovico Einaudi
Soundfont: HQ Orchestral 3.0

Thanks for listening