Ludanine: Goddess of the Moon
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Ludanine: Goddess of the Moon

9 parts6 pages03:116 months ago56 views
Timpani, Harp(2), Strings(4), Bass, Percussion
"Ludanine: A fantasy Moon Goddess who once was happy, but was forced to take on a role she wasn't ready for."

Hey, check it out! I'm not dead! This one I did basing it off of an entire universe/storyline a friend of mine developed. This one's a bit more unique than some of my orchestra arangements, as it features a folks-y harp duet, which sounds pretty cool, if I do say so myself!
(Disclaimer: The artwork showcased on the cover page is also my friend's handywork, not mine.)

Panacea & The Prologue by Area 11

2 parts10 pages06:579 months ago348 views
Piano, Voice
A [now] complete version of the Panacea & The Prologue piano part from Area 11's Modern Synthesis. Feel free to give me a shout in the comments if I missed something (there's a lot of stuff going on in the song during the last 64 or so measures, so I probably missed something). All music and lyrics are owned by Area 11, not me.
When I See Your Eyes (HSCC #14)
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When I See Your Eyes (HSCC #14)

21 parts11 pages03:11a year ago175 views
Flute(2), Clarinet(2), French Horn(2), Trumpet(2), Trombone(2), Percussion(4), Timpani, Piano, Strings(5)
This one is for describing what can only be shown through music. There are sometimes no words that can explain emotion, so song must suffice. This composition is a large, flowing, 50's styled orchestral piece with a fun Latin section in the middle. Enjoy!
When I See Your Eyes
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When I See Your Eyes

21 parts11 pages03:11a year ago10 views
Flute(2), Clarinet(2), French Horn(2), Trumpet(2), Trombone(2), Percussion(4), Timpani, Piano, Strings(5)
Dedicated to the wonderful Laurel Mora. To my true love.
SNES "Space Game" Level 2, House of Band (HSCC #13)
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SNES "Space Game" Level 2, House of Band (HSCC #13)

6 parts8 pages02:45a year ago114 views
Percussion(2), Synthesizer(2), Piano, Keyboard
It has been too long since I've been around. So, to break the ice, I've brought about this groovy piece to go with the current set I've been making, the "Space Game" OST.
This piece, and yes, without a boss fight, is a Big Band theme. Complete with an Upright Bass, Brass, and Organ (I know Organ isn't very Big Band-y, but it sounded cool, OK?), all in the Mega Man X Soundfont.
Enjoy!

SNES "Space Game" Title Menu (MCC #1)

5 parts12 pages01:41a year ago108 views
Strings, Synthesizer(3), Percussion
Here's a fun one! After finally getting around to downloading a SNES emulator, naturally the first thing I download is a Mega Man X ROM, mainly for the music. A 12 hour car trip later and here I am, composing this 16-bit piece for a make believe "Space Game". I used the amazing Mega Man X Soundfont (by Blitzlunar) and hope to make more of these to eventually make a full Space Game OST. Here's to summer!
Under The Starlight (HSCC #10)
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Under The Starlight (HSCC #10)

14 parts8 pages01:42a year ago314 views
Alto Saxophone(2), Tenor Saxophone(2), Baritone Saxophone, Trumpet(3), Trombone(3), Bass, Percussion(2)
A fun little big band piece, inspired by Glenn Miller's Moonlight Serenade. This song contains many intentional disonant chords and some fun little solos (including my favorite "do whatever" Bari Sax solo) to replicate the classic big band slow dance sound that have been made famous by wounderful composers from the 30's, 40's, and 50's. This is really just me trying my hand at one of my favorite genres of music, so hopefully this is well made enough for me to continue to publish these and not make your ears bleed. Enjoy!
Bond, James Bond (Non-Competition Version)
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Bond, James Bond (Non-Competition Version)

21 parts15 pages05:222 years ago1,212 views
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet(2), Bassoon(2), French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone(2), Tuba, Timpani, Harp, Violin(2), Viola, Cello, Contrabass, Piano, Percussion, Bass
"Bond, James Bond." One of the most iconic silver screen quotes of all time, the James Bond movies have been around since 1962, have had 12 iteration of the man himself, and have released 26 movies within those 55 explosive years. 23 different artist, starting with the wonderful Monty Norman and John Barry all the way to Duran Duran and Adele, have had the awesome oppertunity to create their idea of the perfect James Bond Theme. While I might not be there, yet, I might as well have a go at it. This is the longer, non-competition version that is a minute longer, with more repeats and a slower tempo. The competition version is here, if you so choose to check it out: https://musescore.com/ros/scores/3715376 .
Bond, James Bond (ECC #9)
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Bond, James Bond (ECC #9)

21 parts15 pages04:312 years ago1,974 views
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet(2), Bassoon(2), French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone(2), Tuba, Timpani, Harp, Violin(2), Viola, Cello, Contrabass, Piano, Percussion, Bass
"Bond, James Bond." One of the most iconic silver screen quotes of all time, the James Bond movies have been around since 1962, have had 12 iteration of the man himself, and have released 26 movies within those 55 explosive years. 23 different artist, starting with the wonderful Monty Norman and John Barry all the way to Duran Duran and Adele, have had the awesome opportunity to create their idea of the perfect James Bond Theme. While I might not be there, yet, I might as well have a go at it. This is the version that is competition legal and is a minute shorter from the full version, leaving out a few repeats and moving at a faster pace. The aforementioned full version is here, if you so choose to visit: https://musescore.com/ros/scores/3736226 .

Gay Activity- Clive Richardson (Entered in- HSCC #8)

12 parts15 pages01:372 years ago521 views
Flute, Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, Timpani, Bass, Strings(4), Guitar, Harp
So, after a good two months, I can now release one of the most wonderful big band songs created and arguably one of the most nostalgic YouTube songs of all time: Gay Activity. Writen by the late Clive Richardson, this wounderful big band piece was created in the 1950's, but was never truely brought to the light and glory of the musical world. However, in 2008, two men began to post videos of Minecraft playthroughs, using this song as an intro. Those men would create the YouTube family sensation we know of as the Yogscast. This music became an icon of the Yogscast (until around 2014... ) as it took part in bringing joy to millions of people throughout the world. This one is for the big band fans and all the Dave Yognauts of the world...

Glory Ends Here (EEC #4)

20 parts13 pages04:272 years ago902 views
Flute(2), Bassoon, French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone(2), Tuba, Timpani, Percussion(5), Violin(2), Viola, Cello, Contrabass, Piano
This is my entry to the Epic Composer Competition #4. "Glory Ends Here" is a composition that depicts the combined arms assualt of Normady Beach, containing the highs of the anticipation and lows of the total genocide of the men assualting the beach head. Feel free to give out suggestions for corrections or improvements. Enjoy! (This was released on the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor... How fitting.)

New and Improved! Thanks to suggestions from Owlman142, a custom soundtrack is now the default audio source! If you are having issues loading, I would highly suggest changing the audio source to the original Musescore source.

On The Wind ("Epic Composer Competition #2" version)

22 parts11 pages01:582 years ago1,029 views
Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone(2), Tuba(2), Strings(4), Contrabass, Timpani, Percussion(6), Piano
A very epic and powerful original piece for a Symphonic Orchestra, consisting of a very important French Horn melody and a very strong low strings bass line. This a new and improved version, retrofitted to meet the Epic Composer Competition criteria. Feel free to give out suggestions for corrections or improvements. Enjoy!

Walking On The Other Side: Grey's Theme

18 parts10 pages02:072 years ago279 views
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Timpani, Percussion(3), Harp, Violin(2), Viola, Cello, Contrabass
So this is the second piece that corresponds with my friend's unpublished novel: "Walking On The Other Side." This song is the second chapter of the book about a joly,tinkering, loyal family-like-friend known as Grey. Feel free to give out suggestions for corrections or improvements. Enjoy!

Marble Machine: The Percussion Ensemble

6 parts15 pages02:252 years ago4,311 views
Percussion(5), Bass
So this is a cover of Wintergatan's wonderful Mable Machine (if you don't know what I'm talking about, reference here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvUU8joBb1Q ). This was intended for an end of year performance for our school percussion section, but we didn't get around to it. This was an interesting piece to decipher, but in the end, I'm pretty happy with what it turned out to be. Feel free to give out suggestions for corrections or improvements. Enjoy!

Walking On The Other Side: The Market & Fight and Escape

28 parts11 pages03:232 years ago173 views
Flute(2), Oboe, Clarinet(2), Bassoon, French Horn(2), Trumpet, Trombone(2), Tuba, Timpani, Percussion(9), Harp, Violin(2), Viola, Cello, Contrabass
This is a nice little collection of pieces into one whole song. The music is based off of a small "novel" my friend was working on for a club called Walking On The Other Side. This is the "Official Soundtrack" of this book (if it became a movie). This was just for fun, but the author of the novel and I thought it sounded pretty good, so I've decided to upload it. This is the first set of a collection of songs that I am working on. Feel free to give out suggestions for corrections or improvements. Enjoy!

On The Wind

22 parts10 pages01:493 years ago208 views
Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone(2), Tuba(2), Strings(4), Contrabass, Timpani, Percussion(6), Piano
A very epic and powerful original piece for a Symphonic Orchestra, consisting of a very important French Horn melody and a very strong low strings bass line. Feel free to give out suggestions for corrections or improvements. Enjoy!