Every year, our family puts on a music program at a local nursing home on Christmas Day. It's a tradition we have all grown to love. Last year, I arranged this duet to play with my brother. We had a blast, and I hope you do as well! Enjoy the dramatic moments and be sure to observe the subito dynamics throughout.
Just a short 1 minute piece that would be used in some cute little Story game!
Hey everyone! I decided to try to extend this, so let me know how the new stuff sounds to you, thanks! :D
I really poured my emotions into this one, so hopefully you can feel the emotion in it :)
It can be a little frightening at some places without seeing the score. At least that's the intention.
The piece should seem logical and well-balanced. Even the second section is closely related to the main theme, although in a distorted fashion.
It is a VERY, VERY hard piece; much harder than I intended. Some of the runs are on the limit of my current capabilities, but I don't play on a daily basis, so it shouldn't be impossible for true pianists.
I truly hope that you enjoy this piece, since i put so much effort into it.
- The subtitle could also be "Floating in Space" (because of the image Vigo got listening to it, and now I see it too lol)
A calm piece for String Orchestra with a very free chord progression.
It doesn't really have a melody, but its melody is within the chords allowing your own ears to pickup a melody that may or may not be different from what another person hears :)
Audio made with Edirol Orchestral: Slow Strings mixed with Full Strings.
SO I WAS SELECTED AS THE WINNER FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION!!! - http://music.umsl.edu/composercompetition.html
Anyway, I hope you enjoy the arrangement. (If you don't, let me know how I could improve it.) As always, all glory to God. Merry Christmas!
This is absolutely crazy electronic music that I composed as entertainment for myself. It gets increasingly wilder towards the repeat. I hope that you enjoy it too!
For best experience I recommend that you download it and listen to it with a better soundfont. Musescores default soundfont interprets some parts badly.
(Updated audio - https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8hRkMbvslM5OWQzTEQ1OTkzV0U)
This was started because Tyler Rodgers (https://musescore.com/user/1560071), He wanted to see if I would wanted to help him with something and it kind of took off from there. he did the melody at 35 seconds (https://musescore.com/user/1560071/scores/3544231), and I just re-orchestrated it and edited it :) I kinda started it based on the Imperial March (barely ;P), but I changed the style and whatnot ;P
I'm not actually a fan of Star Wars, but it is kinda for a star wars fan made thing of some-sort lol
(So maybe I named it this cause I want the Star Wars franchise to end?....) DIE STAR WARS DIE lol XD
**I don't know where the Background came from, I just added text to it** so I claim no Copyright on the Cover Art
I started writing this a few weeks ago, left it half-done, and finished it this week. I hope you enjoy it!
Audio source made by Mark Vendy.
It is very fast, but it is playable, even measures 18-25. I managed to play them with almost full speed after very little practice, although it feels though to play them.
All the accidentals are probably wrong. I didn't pay any attention when choosing them.