Sketch for Solo Piano - Live Recording!

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Piano Sorry the audio is a little quiet, I should fix that... :/ Hello everyone! this piece is something I've been refining in my head over a year or so, and I finally decided to record it! So here is my longest piece to date lol. I wasn't sure what to call it, I thought of calling it "Impromptu" and such, but I decided to call it a sketch :) But I'll also give it the sub name "A Song of the Night Breeze". (but then I realize the painting has nothing to do with the name lol)

March of the Resistance

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So I sat down for like an hour to arrange something while I was bored... and this happened :D This being one of my favorite themes from the sequel trilogy alongside Rey's theme, I tried to do justice to the orchestral original. So to sort of keep that rhythmical feeling I tried to notate the score with as little pedal as I could, only putting it where necessary, because I wanted a clear sound as opposed to a kind of muddy sound with lots of pedal. And like most of my pieces, I wrote it for a larger hand, but I think even a person with small hands can manage quite well with some clever trickery ;) Anyway, enjoy the arrangement, and may the Force be with you :)


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OCEAN LAUGHS for piccolo. 1 & 2 .

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Piccolo, Piano
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 ?
Genesis - Winter Etude
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Genesis - Winter Etude

1 part21 pages06:535 hours ago23 views
Hello! This is the first Etude of my "Seaons" etude series. The amount of effort I put into this is one of the most I ever did. Hope you enjoy. There will be three more coming, may take a while. Its so hard to make the score look beautiful on musescore. Also some sections sound alot better on a real piano when you emphasize certain notes on right hand. The expression during the recording is just what I envisioned it to sound like; try to improvise freely. Enjoy!


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I wrote this prelude while riding the bus going home. Hope this fins you well on practicing your chromatic scales in your left hand, accents in right hand, as well as arpeggios on both hands. Note that proper legato and pedal markings should be observed. This is inspired by one of Rachmaninov's preludes. Thank you for listening. :)

Sen'imental Sal

1 part3 pages02:1118 days ago160 views
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: You can follow me on: (1) Facebook (fan page): (2) YouTube (channel): (3) Kindest regards, Lukasz Wojciech M. Tworzydlo

New EDM original!!

16 parts39 pages02:3224 days ago225 views
Synthesizer(5), Percussion(7), Sound effects, Piano, Bass(2)
Hello everyone, It's been eight days, so it's time I show you my next song... with slight twist. Name suggestions are welcome. It's my second attempt ever at EDM, and probably my last. I've been working on it since I came out with FEARLESS, when I was going to do a collab with All4TheBass and SoundsOfSilver (both of which are known by a host of other names, but this is what I'm going with for now.) So the inspiration to compose here is: All4TheBASS Feel free to comment... ;)

Sweet Goodbye

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Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Organ, Guitar, French Horn, Percussion, Harp, Piano, Strings(2), Contrabass
I wrote this 'orchestration' on June 10 of this year. It is the first time I have ever written under emotion and not just for the sake of trying to compose. This came from my heart. One has said after hearing this song, "It's like you are saying good-bye to your best friend... kind of sweet... sad, but almost hopeful in some sense." Well, that about sums it up. I hope it brings hope to you... you are never alone. Anyway, I've told some of you that this would be coming for a while now, so here it is. Can you tell me what you think? What picture does this paint for you?
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Flute, Trombone, Percussion, Piano, Violin(2)
Hope you enjoy! This is for a small select ensemble of friends. The real orchestra one, will be posted soon.

Esquisse Opus 63 No. 48 in F Major

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Esquisses (Sketches), Opus 63 is a set of 49 short piano pieces by French composer Charles-Valentin Alkan and published in 1861. The pieces are divided into four books; the first pair of books and the last pair each comprise between them pieces in each of all the major and minor keys. Book 4 ends with an extra, unnumbered, piece, “Laus Deo”, in C Major. Unlike many other of Alkan's pieces, such as the Opus 33 Grand Sonate and the Opus 39 set of etudes in all the minor keys, these 49 pieces do not focus mainly on virtuosity and transcendentalism and instead contain more of Alkan's sentimental and evocative writing. Alkan's innovation is also vividly present in the pieces. The 45th piece, “Les Diablotins”, features wrenched cluster chords and the 48th piece, “En Songe”, is a dreamy and quiet piece all except for the very final chord, which is a sudden F Major chord with the dynamic ff. The 39th piece, “Héraclite et Démocrite”, features two sharply contrasting themes for the respective philosophers, and at some passages Alkan overlaps the themes to create a solemn and sad theme in the left hand and a bouncy and joyous theme in the right. Esquisse No. 48 is in F Major and is called “En Songe”.
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"King", Etude in A-major

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Etude in A major was written by me this spring and published in the book of amateur sketches. Highly recommended for listening

Preparation for A Feast

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The motif (the opening bars before the first melody) were the result of boredom from practising wedding songs to be played in church. It got stuck in my head to the point of begging me to compose this piece. Hope you guys enjoy! I do think it's better to play the piece rather than listen, the experience (in my opinion) is worth it, after all those octave playing xD

Liebestraum in B major

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This was originally meant to be part of the "24 Miniatures" collection, but it was just too grand to be classified as a miniature. Should I include this in the 24 Miniatures? Dedicated to Vallerie.

The Tiger Approaches (Op. 11)

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I didn't have an approaching tiger in mind while I was composing this. Someone in my family heard this song and suggested this title. I really like waltzes and songs in 4/4 time in general, so I decided to blend the two just like that in this almost two-minute composition written in B♭ minor. I hope you'll like it. As usual, comments are welcome.

Pura (Op. 10)

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I composed a piece that fits in the contemporary style. It's not part of traditional, normal music, the one you all know with twelve tones and all, but something a bit more unusual, one of those pieces that likes to wander around. Although there's a hint of "logical", traditional tonality in it, I wanted it to stay free in structure, with a constantly changing time signature and accidentals on most of the notes. I got the inspiration for this piece when I looked at Hans Jacobi's. I hope you'll like this one! Also, the title means "pure" (due to the delicate, soft and wandering nature of the music) in Latin.


1 part7 pages05:494 months ago57 views
This, my first contribution to Musescore online publishing, started out merely as an exercise to familiarise and re-acquaint myself with the software, having generally used alternative software in recent years. Once I started the piece, i decided to develop it into a more formal piece, albeit in freeform fantasia style, The composition is loosely based on the whole tone scale and, like many pieces, could be developed further, particularly the left hand part, which could have generated more movement. My own self-criticism apart, I welcome any comments (derogatory or otherwise) and perhaps one or two inquisitive pianists among you may even care to tickle the ivories with it.