Fantasy Fantasia in C minor BWV 906

1 part3 pages06:3415 days ago69 views
Probably my best and hardest arrangement to both play and arrange! This song was a pain to add all of the triplets, but it was fun. *UPDATED* Made trills and mordents sound better with invisible grace notes.

In the Rain

1 part2 pages01:4915 hours ago49 views
Here is one of my first sounds. I have composed this when I was around 11 (it was in 2015). Enjoy!

Prelude No. 2 "Farewell" ~ Announcement in Description

1 part3 pages02:2810 months ago432 views
DISCLAIMER - This message I have for you is going to get very real. Not that any of you will really mind, but here goes:

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, 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

Um, Excuse Me Nature|AUDIO SOURCE

5 parts16 pages02:56a day ago20 views
Flute, Piano, Strings(2), Percussion
Heyo. So uh I haven't uploaded anything for a month so rip me. I literally had so much composers block haha. One of my friends had this idea to make a rant song about nature so I did and here it is. (Woo Hoo) And because I absolutely suck at drumlines I got some help from that same friend (who is a drummer) and they made an actually really amazingly good drumline for this. I'll link their musescore down below. Another change is I'm using an ACTUAL AUDIO SOURCE (:O) Whoa I'm getting better and better woohoo. So uh that's basically it folks. haha Enjoy!

My friend's musescore: (They have some pretty cool stuff please follow them lol)

P.S. This is technically my first collab on here so thats cool
P.S.S. Swiss cheese is my favorite kind of cheese

A Child's Kiss

1 part2 pages02:5827 days ago108 views
This piece is a part of my cinematographic project "Thousand Million Cherries Theme". I wrote this piece for the love of my life, but I allow you to listen it :P Enjoy! And don't forget to critique my work if you have an idea or advice!

Update (February 26, 2019): I added a trill to the end.

An Old Song

1 part2 pages01:532 months ago141 views
Here is my last composition (and it is not an authentic old song, lol). Enjoy! And pleeaase commenntt :-D

Last update (January 17, 2019) :
- I added tags for the theme, the variations and the bridge,
- and I reduced the tempo from 171 to 166 bpm.

Cheap Ragtime for Lilah

1 part2 pages01:114 months ago504 views
A little and cheap - but happy - ragtime I composed for a girl I met in a summer camp this year.

Update (January 29, 2019): Finally I will set the tempo to 135 bpm.
Update (February 25, 2019): I cut all the bars in two (tip from Constantin Stephan) + I added an improvisation part and humorous comments :-P

Descendances - My first composition ever

1 part1 page01:094 months ago277 views
My first piano composition on which I added a little improvisation part. This is my first score; I made it to try and test the software. I promise you I will post more difficult scores very soon :-)
This piece is very hard to play respecting the keys, so you are allowed to play some notes in G clef with your left hand.

When We Were Young (Adele) [Duet]

3 parts6 pages01:3617 days ago250 views
Oboe(2), Piano
Vocal duet with piano accompaniment of When We Were Young by Adele.

This vocal duet of Adele's popular song When We Were Young is a perfect addition to any talent show or open mic night. Put two of your most soulful, emotional singers to the task of singing this piece, and audience members will be blown away! Or just have some fun jamming out around the piano with this emotion-filled tune!

I arranged this for two of my fellow choir members towards the end senior year in high school, but they didn't end up actually using it, so it was just abandoned. I found it again while messing around one day and decided to edit it up and go ahead and publish it!


Hello! The score that you see here is only a sample of the entire completed score, which has been published on another site. If you are interested in purchasing the sheet music, you will find it here:

DO NOT TAKE OR DISTRIBUTE THIS SHEET MUSIC ANYWHERE ELSE. (Not kidding. If you do there could be serious legal consequences.)


I would love it if you and your group would like to perform my arrangement. If you would like to do so you may find the full score linked above. I would also love it if you could send me a video of the final performance.

Enjoy! :)

Public Release Date: 1 Mar 2019

All Rights Reserved Used by Permission Used by Permission of Hal Leonard Corporation
Your cheating Heart
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Your cheating Heart

14 parts72 pages05:562 days ago46 views
Percussion(2), Piano(8), Guitar, Trumpet(2), Bass
Hank Williams has composed this song in 1952. It s a grammy hall of fame award. I propose to you my blues arrangement off this song. Say me if you are enjoy ??


1 part4 pages05:333 days ago115 views
Hey guys! I'm back with a new piano piece! (boy do I love the piano, even if I don't play it that much or that well xD)

Okay, so what is it? It's basically a calm lullaby whose structure is called perpetuum mobile : it's a piece that can repeat indefinitely and will still sound somewhat homogenous. Like Bach's prelude I (BWV 846), it uses a simple one-bar motif, which I attempt to expand on. So I decided to compose on a perpetuum mobile because I always found that those pieces had a certain unusual quirk in them. Don't ask me why though xD

Please don't concentrate too much on the harmonies ; the best way to listen to this piece is to let your soul wander... And that doesn't mean falling asleep :)

Also, the repeat is optional!

Last thing : I decided to take advantage of the native accentuation bug of the piano soundfont to create a certain mood and beat texture.

I hope you'll enjoy this piece a lot! Comments are of course welcome.

Equine Wonders - Piano Solo!

1 part5 pages02:3910 days ago104 views
Hey guys and followers! Back with a new piece ^_^

I wanted to capture in this piece the galloping nature of a horse, all the while portraying the eventual melancholy that can happen too to keep it interesting.

I originally wanted to compose this as a short, brief, 50 second prelude for a big set of 24 preludes, but decided "oh screw it, I'll just take the best one of the lot and recycle it". And that's what I've done.

I'm pretty proud of this 2'38" long piece. Comments are of course welcome! :D

Untitled Stomp (W.I.P.)

1 part3 pages02:365 days ago77 views
I've begun writing a stomp (in the style of Jelly Roll Morton), but, being mainly a classic rag kind of guy, I could use some feedback from my jazzier peers. If you're really into Morton (or the stomp subgenre), please counsel me! Your sage wisdom would be much appreciated.


Waltz in F# Minor

1 part3 pages04:265 days ago93 views
I wrote this ages ago and haven't touched it since. Thought I might share even though I don't think it's a particularly good piece because why not.

For my other compositions see my YouTube channel:

Sorry that the score is so messy, I made it in other notation software and don't work with MuseScore a lot.

Etude, No. 1(For Vibes)

1 part3 pages01:596 days ago60 views
Hey guys, This is the first in the series of etudes I want to come out with that that will work on some skills sets that I think are a little ignored. This one is a poly rhythm etude focused around 3 against 2. Hope you guys enjoy!

-From the beginning to 16 the decrescendo is intended for the left hand only, the right hand plays at the overall dynamic.

-During the p sections allow the accents to come out and crescendo to the f's

-For the beginning to 29 and 38 to the end, don't let the pedal down
Plus Bleu que le Bleu de tes Yeux
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Plus Bleu que le Bleu de tes Yeux

15 parts50 pages03:176 days ago69 views
Percussion(2), Accordion, Piano(4), Flute, Oboe, Harp, Strings(2), Violin, Bass, Timpani
Une très belle chanson de Charles Aznavour qu il a écrite pour Edith Piaf.
A beautyful song from Charles Aznavour wrote for Edith Piaf.
Prelude for Strings "Dawn"

Prelude for Strings "Dawn"

5 parts3 pages02:069 months ago925 views
I wrote this Prelude with the intent to write a series of three preludes for string orchestra, but I never finished the second. However, I will probably work on that project some over break.

I used rhythmic motives from a piano arrangement on my profile, with the original intent to orchestrate that arrangement. Instead, I decided to make it a free-form prelude using a deceptive modulation. I like the way it turned out. You will get a follow if you can figure out which piano piece I based the motives off of. (Hint: it's on my profile!).
Nonet in g minor
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Nonet in g minor

9 parts18 pages03:459 days ago26 views
Percussion, Accordion, Organ, Guitar, Flute(2), Synthesizer(3)
Aimed to resemble Franz Peter Schubert's style of composing.
Ragootime (ragtime)
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Ragootime (ragtime)

2 parts5 pages02:389 days ago113 views
This morning, A little cross my head. Quickly, I catch it and I write. I hope that you will like it !! Say me
Ce matin une petite musique a traversé ma tête, je l ai attrapéei et vite je l ai écrite.. J espère que vous l aimerez...
Donnez moi votre avis que je m améliore !

Dusk (Vibe and Piano Duet)

2 parts5 pages02:199 days ago46 views
Percussion, Piano
Hey guys, I know this isn't perfect but I wanted it to be seen by a pianist, because being a percussionist I don't know how you guys play. But either way this uses the motif I created in Twilight and developed it more into something coherent. Hope you's enjoy!
P.S, I refused to remove the 16th note piano runs, so you can take that into account if you want to say something about them