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So troll'n wir uns - Schwedisches Trinklied

1 part1 page00:483 years ago717 views
Guitar
Unfortunately, I had no sheet music to the song. Therefore, I have composed with guitar after hearing this song. Birgit Leonhardt Liedtext: So troll'n wir uns ganz fromm und sacht von Weingelag' und Freudenschmaus. Wenn uns der Tod sagt: "Gute Nacht Dein Stundenglas rinnt aus!" Wer heut' noch frech den Schnabel wetzt und glaubt ein großer Herr zu sein. Pass auf, der Schreiner hobelt jetzt und schon an deinem Schrein! Refrain: Scheint das Grab dir tief und dumpf sein Druck Alavott, so nimm noch einen Schluck. Und noch einen hinterher gleich noch zwei, dreie mehr, dann stirbst du nicht so schwer. Wer nach des andern Liebster schielt und fühlt sich noch als Nobelmann. Pass auf, dem Spielmann, der dir spielt springst du ins Grab voran! Und du, der toll vor Eifersucht zerschmiss einst jedes Glas im Saal. Wenn dich der Tod im Bett besucht: Hoch lebe dein Rival! Refrain: Scheint das Grab dir tief und dumpf sein Druck... Was hilft's wenn du vor Wut auch spuckst, der Tod ist keiner Münze feil. Von jedem Schlückchen, das du schluckst, nimmt schon der Wurm sein' Teil. Ob nied'res Pack, ob hoher Herrn, am Ende sind wir Brüder doch. Dann leuchtet uns der Abendstern ins gleiche finst're Loch. Refrain: Scheint das Grab dir tief und dumpf sein Druck...

"Småtroll" from Lyric Pieces (Book X Op. 71 No. 3) for Woodwind Quintet

5 parts3 pages01:393 months ago226 views
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, French Horn, Bassoon
The final installment in Grieg's sets of Lyric Pieces comes very late in the composer's output in 1901, a time where illness kept him largely confined to his home, Troldhaugen, outside Bergen. In a September 1902 letter to American critic (and later, Grieg biographer) Henry T. Finck, Grieg writes: "...if I told you that I was not composing anymore, this must not be taken literally. Last Christmas there appeared the tenth volume of Lyric Pieces. Soon all the ten parts will be published in a sumptuous volume by Peters." With the printing of all ten sets together, Grieg seems to have been satisfied that he'd completed his work in this realm, and was probably glad to make a final break with the genre. The tenth set of Lyric Pieces was published as Op. 71 and is dedicated to Mrs. Mien Röntgen, wife of the composer Julius Röntgen, dedicatee of the fifth set of Lyric Pieces, Op. 54. The opening "Der var engang" (Once Upon a Time) is in the form of a mini-tone poem. The outer sections are in the nature of a Swedish folk song, harmonized as a quiet chorale. The middle section is a lively Norwegian spring dance set in Grieg's best folk dance idiom, with bare fifths and subtle adjacent tones spelling out both accompaniment and rhythm. "Sommeraften" (Summer Evening) is a nocturnal reminiscence that bears resemblance to then-emerging trends in French music. "Småtrold" (Little Troll) returns to the musical terrain that Grieg famously explored in "March of the Trolls" from Op. 54. "Skovstilhed" (Still Woods) is likewise reflective; a quiet forest scene in a manner that recalls the music of Robert Schumann. The "Halling" that follows is one of the best known examples of this 2/4 Norwegian dance that Grieg composed. Here, as in "Summer evening," the French sound is alluded to, particularly in a remarkable passage where the C major dance rhythm is interrupted by an insistent D flat pedal tone. "Forbi" (Gone) is subtitled "In Memoriam," specifically to whom is apparently not a matter of record. However several of Grieg's closet confederates died in 1900 - 1901, including his publisher Max Abraham, composer and close friend J.P.E. Hartmann, Grieg's brother John, and his father-in-law Herman Hagerup. Clearly expressive of deep sorrow, "In Memoriam" is scored in E minor, and it is one of the most chromatic and harmonically unpredictable of all Grieg's works. In this piece the listener experiences a mood hinted at in several of Grieg's letters of this time: "It is as if this beautiful old word 'saga' acquires a new and deeper meaning for me as my own life belongs more and more to the past. Soon everything will be saga, saga!" "Efterklang" (Remembrances) is a wistful and simple waltz that paraphrases the melody of the Op. 12, No. 1 "Arietta," the first of the Lyric Pieces. With this Grieg brings his Lyric piano cycle full circle, and to its close. Source: AllMusic (https://www.allmusic.com/composition/lyric-pieces-7-for-piano-book-10-op-71-mc0002361111). Although originally written for Piano, I created this Interpretation of "Småtroll" (Puck) from Lyric Pieces (Book X Op. 71 No. 3) for Woodwind Quintet (Flute, Oboe, Bb Clarinet, French Horn & Bassoon).

Trolley with a crying child in the forest

8 parts4 pages02:092 months ago304 views
Flute, Violin(2), Viola, Cello, Contrabass, Piano, Harp
Going to the forest I saw the landscape in which I saw a tree trunk. I imagined that instead of this trunk there is a trolley in which the child lies and cries and I wrote music for this. It's dark, bad weather is snowing and no one will come to this child

Trollio Theme

20 parts15 pages01:044 years ago248 views
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The king and The troll

1 part4 pages02:145 months ago87 views
Piano
Hey :) I do not know why the calderon sounds crossed :/ But this is like a tale of a king who is attacked by a troll. First of all the presentation, the bells warning the arrival of the troll. The arrival of the troll, the battle and finally the celbration.

Trollcops

4 parts6 pages02:212 years ago2,314 views
Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone

True Colors (from the movie 'Trolls')

24 parts15 pages02:54a year ago1,880 views
Flute, Oboe, Bassoon, Clarinet(4), Alto Saxophone(2), Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Trumpet(3), French Horn(2), Trombone(2), Tuba(2), Percussion(4)

Dance and Somber of a Five-Legged Troll

22 parts40 pages05:032 years ago295 views
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet(2), Bassoon, French Horn(2), Trumpet(2), Trombone(2), Tuba, Timpani, Percussion(4), Strings(5)
All the weirdness aside, I wrote this far back in my short career of composition. Then, I took it down, and now I'm putting it back up. And if you wanted to laugh, that's how I met Trolol3000.

Grumpy Old Troll

9 parts5 pages00:27a year ago153 views
Trumpet, Guitar(3), Bass, Percussion(4)

Arirang(Troll)

3 parts5 pages012 years ago687 views
Piano(3)
한국 전통 민요 '아리랑'을 돌림노래로 만들어본 연습곡

TRoLL

4 parts4 pages01:542 years ago570 views
Violin(2), Viola, Cello

Trollcops 2

5 parts9 pages02:21a year ago265 views
Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bass, Percussion