When I first uploaded this score, people asked me if I was leaving MuseScore. Well, I am re-posting it now to tell you that I am taking a hiatus from MuseScore. For so long, this place has been my home, my place to post my new work, but as time has gone on, I have gotten increasingly busy and have lost the dedication to keep up with my internet image. It has also been hard on me living in my younger brother's shadow, and so for my own benefit, I am taking a break. My welcome has run out on MuseScore.
If there's anyone who would like to keep up with what I'm doing, you can find my YouTube channel linked in my bio.
From "A Journey to Mars" to "Drama for Orchestra No. 6," I appreciate all of your support. This journey appears to be over for me.
If you would like to talk to me, I would still welcome that, my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'd love to keep up with the valuable connections I have made during my time here.
God bless you all. It's been fun.
Elliot P. Butler
2nd mov. Symphony of Celestial Spheres
In the darkness of the night, thousands of celestial spheres are contemplated. The view is lost through them in a fabulous journey.
En la oscuridad de la noche, se contemplan miles de esferas celestiales. La vista se pierde a través de ellas en un viaje fabuloso.
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Sorry that the score is so messy, I made it in other notation software and don't work with MuseScore a lot.
Featuring waltzes of different styles and keys in 345 measures.
The waltzes have all gotten reworked more or less from the already published versions. So these, are the new ones.
Work started: October 2018
Published: March 2019
It took 2 hours just to make the scores come together and look good, since the 'album' button was removed. On the other hand, the score did become quite pretty and I it was a learning experience.
The front cover painting is not mine, it is by famous painter Camille Pissarro - Boulevard Montmartre - Eremitage
Please let me know what you think about this! :)
I basically made it even harder...Because...Um...Yes...26/02/2019
The structure of the piece can be devided roughly into A1-A2-B1-B2-A3-A-1-Coda
or in short: manipulated ternary form (ABA) aka. A musical sandwhich. The piece is written in D minor with many harmonic excursons from the tonic, and a sweeter B subject in the middle. The melody has a slightly unstable element to it by the oscillating of chromatic notes yet the left hand provides enough guidance to make it sound well without sounding chaotic.
Please, feel free to comment below of what you think of this piece! All comment are appreciated and read by me. :)
Painting: Woman with a Crow - Picasso (gouache and pastel on paper)
This painting is from Pablo Picasso's 'blue period'. It was created during the artist's last years, and as you may guess from the name of the period, Picasso's work has a nocturnal and slightly eerie blue color. Some say he may have been inspired by Edgar Allan Poe (1809-49) - in a gesture of such tenderness that we sense a mood of loss or reverie.
//colorsofsound1 / K.H.J
The whole sonata's style is late-classical or early-romantic, which explains the detailed dynamics.
If you wonder where the 1st mov. is: I have replaced it by this score and will repost it together with the other movements when I have finished this sonata.
Any feedback is welcome.
Soon, I will be reaching 100 followers. I have prepared something special for that occasion, so stay tuned (your instruments too).
This was inspired by me not wanting to get out of bed, so I decided to turn the sound I hate the most, into something beautiful and fun!
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Ethan Toavs is a composer and producer of contemporary orchestral music. His repertoire includes over fifty original compositions, and nearly one-hundred orchestral arrangements of other works. He is additionally a pianist, upright and electric bassist, and singer. Ethan is currently studying composition at Coastal Carolina University, and plans to get a master's in film score composition upon completing his B.A.