Ember|800 FOLLOWER SPECIAL|Orchestral Arrangements in Description

Uploaded on Mar 20, 2019

So after an insanely stressful term in school, I've FINALLY found time to compose now that it's spring break :P

I literally hadn't had an extended composition session in over 2 months (though I've done a small amount of arranging). So as a result when I started writing this thing I literally couldn't stop...and made this piece in a 24 hour period (save for the first 4 bars - I wrote that 2 weeks ago :P)

If you manage to play this piece, just make a video of yourself playing and send me the link. I WILL feature you :D

ANYWAYS I also haven't done a follower special since 500...holy crap xD

But thanks so, so, so much for 800...821 now <3

A huge shoutout to the following people for being so supportive and amazing!
- mnmwert
- lizzapie
- lareinedeslapins
- SubparTrombonist
- Bopple
- CrazyClique
- Ruby Liz
- Ethan Toavs
- Skylighter
- miscellaneous02
- Kenobiingondolin2019/Kenobunny
- Mr. Peabody

Also: after all this time, I felt like I should give another special shoutout - not to someone who is a devoted follower - but someone who inspired me to start thinking about composing in my current style and has definitely had an influence on how I developed in composition. I found her profile about 2 weeks after I first joined this site and began sharing my music, when she was Musescorer of the Month of April 2017. At the time, I'd only recently finished my first attempt at using varying diatonic triads to make my own chord progressions in my pieces, and I'd been composing for just a year. But even then I wanted my music to sound inspiring and uplifting to others, just like I do now. I stumbled across her music, and like dangdangdangdangDANG it had the EXACT feel I wanted to create in my music. Go check out her stuff guys - it's really inspiring :P
Although she might not even know I exist cause she went inactive over a year and half ago and we didn't interact much except for a few comments on her scores, after all this time she NEEDS a shoutout from me. Her username is TheNightreader, and here's a link to her profile: https://musescore.com/thenightreader
She is an amazing person from what I've seen, and an amazing musician. You guys NEED to follow her :P

Hope you enjoy the piece! :D

And jeez I've been on musescore for 2 years now...holy ._.
Ethan Toavs has created yet another amazing arrangement of my composition! Please be sure to check it out! https://musescore.com/user/13114821/scores/5540792
He also did one of my piece, "Shine Through", so feel free to check that out if you haven't already :)
A SoundCloud user, Aththariq Hariyadi, has also orchestrated my piece. :D Here's the link: https://soundcloud.com/aththariq-hariyadi-824328971/rebecca-yang-ember-orchestration
Finally, GuFabri Composer (https://musescore.com/user/11033906) has created a piano roll video of this piece on youtube :D. It's a lot better than musescore's piano roll and is a lot more aesthetically pleasing too, not to mention it's gotten more views, likes, and comments than any of MY youtube videos xD
Credits for this score:
Music Composed By: Q. Rebecca Yang
© 2019 Q. Rebecca Yang

Soundfont: HQ Orchestral Soundfont v3.0
Cover Image (not including text): Ember Rose Butterfly Love from desktopnexxus.com (https://abstract.desktopnexus.com/wallpaper/320386/)

Keep mind that, if you want to use any of my compositions for any purposes other than personal enjoyment, you MUST ask permission, or at least let me know that you're planning to perform or post an arrangement/remix/copy of my piece online. The three people above all have obtained permission before they posted.

Rebecca Y piano solo piano ember advanced piano difficult epic emotional emotional piano

Pages 16
Duration 05:46
Measures 126
Key signature 3 sharps
Parts 1
Part names Piano
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License None (All rights reserved)
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