Sheet music

Leprechaun's Dance Sax Quartet

4 parts9 pages02:496 months ago199 views
Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
This is a saxophone quartet arrangement of "Leprechaun's Dance" by the composer Sir Charles Villiers Stanford. This arrangement is based off of the piano arrangement done by Percy Grainger in 1905. The parts follow very closely to the original piano score, as I wanted to make it as accurate as possible, though this does create some trouble spots where the individual part can seem out of place on its own. Somewhat difficult to read, but I believe it could be performed to good effect.

Jelly Beans in Outer Space

2 parts3 pages01:49a year ago490 views
Voice, Piano
http://www.unknownprodigy.com Attn: Phone and Tablet Users please follow YouTube Link for correct playback https://youtu.be/zm_NOywLLc4 Please SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube channel if interested. Description: (Lyrics are listed below) So when I compose these songs, normally I create insane lyrics in my head so I can 'cement' the tune in my mind. Well, this time I decided to actually write them out. I like the image of Jellybeans in outer space. I mean COME ON. Who wouldn't? LYRICS: Jelly beans in Outer Space. Rainbows 'round our moon. Colored dots like Saturn's rings. Melting in the suns noon. A Jellybean kaleidoscope colored sky. While two leprechauns sit on a rainbow of rings with fools gold. So I am told... Look at those jelly beans in space. Get your telescope out Point it straight at the moon. But please do it soon. Because when its noon. Those jelly beans will melt away. Look at all them jelly beans Orbiting in space. Hello, orange, red, blue, green. Full moons happy face. A Jellybean kaleidoscope colored sky. While two leprechauns sit on a rainbow of rings with fools gold. So I am told... Look at those jelly beans in space. Get your telescope out Point it straight at the moon. But please do it soon. Because when its noon. Those jelly beans will melt away.

Finger Picking

5 parts6 pages03:436 years ago360 views
Original I wrote. Chord arpeggios mimic what I used to do on guitar in high school. Overall, song is perhaps leprechauns dancing and partying-down? Melody is very playful !

"Christmas in Killarney" for Flute & Strings

5 parts3 pages02:102 months ago241 views
Flute, Violin(2), Viola, Cello
"Christmas in Killarney" is an Irish Christmas song written by John Redmond, James Cavanaugh and Frank Weldon, copyright 1950. This song has been performed by many artists, most notably Bing Crosby who recorded it on October 1, 1951[2] and it was then included in the 12-inch LP version of his album Merry Christmas. Two recordings of the song made the Billboard retail chart in 1950: Dennis Day's version peaked at #10, while Percy Faith's version reached #28. Other artists to record the song include Ruby Murray (1962), Bobby Vinton (1964), Joan Morrissey (1974), Anne Murray (1981), and the Irish Rovers (2002). It was featured prominently in the Rankin/Bass 1981 Christmas TV special, The Leprechaun's Christmas Gold. It has also been performed by the Barra MacNeils, Marc Gunn and The Four Ramblers. In 2016, Neil Diamond sang it on his "Acoustic Christmas" album. Source: Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christmas_in_Killarney). Although originally written for Voice and Piano, I created this arrangement for Flute & Strings ( 2 Violins, Viola & Cello).