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D I S C O V E R Y - 700 Followers Special!! {HQ Audio in Desc.}


Uploaded on Oct 5, 2017

HQ Audio / For People Using Mobile Devices: https://youtu.be/pkBQWoLG8nQ

Thankyou so so so so so much to everyone who has listened to my music over the last year, you've made this experience so enjoyable. I would especially like to thank those that have became so close to me that I often have to remind myself I've never even met them in person. I won't be doing any shoutouts, because there are simply too many of them I would like to give, and I am dreadfully afraid that I might forget someone. However, let me just say that joining this community has since become one of my proudest choices of the past.

This is my first in a series of 3 pieces featuring piano solos.

Discovery: https://musescore.com/rookwizard/discovery
Departure: https://musescore.com/rookwizard/departure
Destination: (still to come)

Thankyou, and enjoy :D

𝕯𝖎𝖘𝖈𝖔𝖛𝖊𝖗𝖞 Discovery

Pages 29
Duration 04:20
Measures 116
Key signature natural
Parts 16
Part names Flute, English Horn, Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Percussion(2), Timpani, Piano, Strings(4)
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I am writing a show for a marching band and I really like this piece. It would fit perfectly with the concept of the show. I would love to use this for the ballad. Is that ok?
That's fine, just make sure to credit me as the original composer and all that :)
Dang, this is amazing! :D
And it's impressive how you managed to gain 45 followers in 2 and a half weeks (in the past week and a half I've gained 17, and I consider that really fast for me)
Thankyou!!
I think I tend to gain followers in a very stop-and-start manner; sometimes I'll manage to get 15-20 in a week, and other times I might gain 2 or 3 in a month :D
17 in one and a half weeks is very good :)
Amazing piece, once again.
Don't you ever get tired of being this good? ;)
Congrats on 700! Wow this is so beautiful! Really nicely orchestrated. Did you record for the piano?
Thankyou so much!! I recorded the piano part on my keyboard through a virtual instrument :D
Thanks as always Pika! ^-^
Amazing !!!! I can't wait for the next score lol
Congrats on 700 Rook! :D This is piece is fantastic! I'm personally mixing my special 500 lol! It lasts over 17 minutes.
See you for your 800 x)
I love this piece sooooooooooooo much!!!! Beautiful harmonies!
Cool, 'There are two more to come"?
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Thanks!
Yep, that makes you 3rd person to solve it :)
I guess 703, I was late to the party
I find it interesting how you've got half the parts in 3/4 and the other half in 6/8. Of course they aren't actually in those time signatures, but they are grouped in that way, it gives the feel of a quaver over triplet feel and provides a syncopation feel, even though technically none of it is actually syncopated. Great job and musically very interesting!!!
Thanks!
Yeah, I was surprised at first when I combined the two motifs and they actually worked well together; at first my original idea was to have a time change halfway through the piece, but when I combined them I realized that it actually turned out better that way.
Thanks again :D
Wow! This is really beautiful! I love how simply the melody starts, though I think it could have done with a bit more development. Great work! I'm looking forward for two more!
Thankyou! I agree, I can never seem to develop my motifs enough...

Haha, I guess that makes you the 2nd person to crack the code :D
I really thought I had that raspberry muffin in the bag. oh well. :)
It's alright, I happened to make a double-batch :)
Congratulations, Spencer! :') Ah, this is so beautiful. I love the bass pizzicato, violins, and piano.
Wow you are getting followers faster than alot of people make money. it feels like you were just at 400 something the other week... How is it a memory of the past if you're still here going strong ;)

After all this time I still see you have an appreciation for the saddest of or most beautiful of emotional works. It makes me wonder how much you truly do cry?

Gotta be at least 5 times a day.

and is that the lottery numbers for the next few drawings XD

I have not idea what all those numbers are probably something to do with mathematics but I don't like math.... At all.

I would think it has something to do with the day you joined?

Congrats Spencer!
Thanks so much!!
I try to cry precisely seven-hundred and twenty-two times each day, and if I don't quite make it by the end of the day, I get sad and start crying again :D (just kidding)

Yep, I can also predict the future, and I thought it might be nice to share the wealth of the lottery for the greater good. Don't worry, I hate math too :)

Thankyou! xD
Great Job Spencer! it sounds amazing! but if this was recorded with a real orchestra it would sound even better, which would be awesome. this could really be used in at least a quality short film :D
Thankyou Robin! Oh how I would love to hear my work by an orchestra... I was pretty happy with the live piano and trombone in this piece, but to have the whole ensemble performed live would be magnificent. Unfortunately, to hire an orchestra you need to pay each musician about $50 per hour (about $40 USD in America), and say you have an orchestra of 50 musicians, and want them to record just the one piece (which would take at least 2-3 hours of rehearsal as a group), you'd be looking at an overall price of about 6000 USD. Oh well, hopefully it'll happen one day lol :D

Thanks again!
MOO? ;)
Also theres a survey in discord to fill out Rook