Prelude in D Minor Duet

4 parts4 pages00:48a year ago103 views
Muzio Clementi composed the original piece for his Introduction to the Art of Playing on the Pianoforte, as when the original Pianoforte has sustained. Such that piece of music, I obtain the rewarded part above to accompany the piece. This is for my enjoyment, and hopefully yours.

The Galaxy's Fanfare

30 parts18 pages04:28a year ago202 views
Piccolo, Flute(2), Oboe(2), Bassoon(2), Clarinet(4), Alto Saxophone(2), Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Trumpet(3), French Horn(2), Trombone(3), Tuba(2), Piano, Timpani, Percussion(3)
This is a recreation of the credits theme of the esteemed video game Super Mario Galaxy. I rendered it after falling in love with the piece after defeating Bowser so many times. I hope you appreciate as much as I do. I think this took me more than 100 hours to create, as there was so much to do. I'm currently working on my own full length band arrangement named Into the Sky, so I know how hard it is to even start from scratch with that.


3 parts5 pages01:54a year ago81 views
Flute, Piano, Bass
Latin for strength, I wanted to make sort of an interesting beat pattern that felt powerful. Thus this came out.

Green Clover March

5 parts11 pages01:242 years ago255 views
This was a march I wrote after my band director had set a 6/8 march for our spring concert. I ended up singing the melody in the shower and eventually was able to write it down; I added all the parts, trying to arrange it for concert band. I wrote the song as it supposed to sound - as some parts only play on the repeat - so I excluded the repeats. I will be adding them in when the concert band version comes around.
Maybe somebody would like to help? Suggestions would be fine as well.

'twas a Dream

10 parts37 pages03:592 years ago142 views
Clarinet, English Horn, Trumpet, French Horn(2), Percussion(5)
I was playing on my piano one day, and I came across the ending theme for Super Mario Bros. 2.
Having the player realize it just a dream was certainly to where the music could describe it all. And in a very simplified version, with a compliment:
I absolutely loved the beginning fanfare and the ending lullaby.
Instead of having seperate instruments for either sequence, I decided to combine them and have the lullaby be a continuation of the fanfare.
Who knows? I might extend it. But at the rate I'm going at these days, I'm glad that at least I have a somewhat finished product for y'all.

A Well-Tempered Piano

1 part2 pages01:132 years ago306 views
This is inspired by Bach's Prelude in C in his book, A Well-Tempered Clavier.
I invented this chord progression in the roots of my own piano and the rhythm of Prelude of C just fit, so I put it in.

Eagle's Tower

7 parts19 pages02:482 years ago170 views
Piano, Synthesizer, Percussion(3), Timpani, Other Woodwinds
Apologies for being so inactive; school had started and Marching Band took a hold of my life, as usual. I can't say that I'll uploading regularly anytime soon - until Marching Season is over at least - but please bear with me.

For this piece, I only had added auxiliary instruments to V.E. Norman's arrangement of Eagle's Tower for piano. Well done to him, and I hope you enjoy.


1 part2 pages01:502 years ago155 views
This is a little piece that I created. It has a little folk song feel to it, but I felt that Sonatina had a better ring to it.

The Sunset

1 part4 pages03:102 years ago111 views
This is yet another composition I wrote to accompany my piano tinkerings. I think this one is my most creative one yet, including a key and mood change!
I hope you enjoy!


1 part7 pages05:562 years ago317 views
This is a little musical number that I wrote on the hot day of June 12, 2016 (in Bakersfield, at least). To let you know in on a little secret, I wrote the most of the right hand before even touching the left hand! Anyway, I hope you enjoy Pride.

A Series of Themes - F Major

1 part5 pages03:422 years ago133 views
This is my first entry for the Musescore World Championship 2016.
But I didn't write this for just that reason. As always, I wrote this while being bored at my piano and since the melody was so darn catchy, I wrote three versions to it!

First Chorale

15 parts4 pages022 years ago275 views
Piccolo, Flute, Clarinet(2), Alto Saxophone, Trumpet(3), French Horn(3), Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Baritone Saxophone, Tuba
This is my first chorale - of many - that I wrote while, you guessed it, on my piano. I arranged it for a marching band because I always like the sound of a full band.

The Theme in Which One Despairs

9 parts31 pages05:142 years ago458 views
Organ, Strings(3), Percussion(3), Voice, Timpani
This is the theme of the Castle in New Super Mario Bros. Wii, which is considered by me to be one of the best castle themes in the series. I felt like the original was too short, so I decided to add an extra section - basically a scherzo version - and then my ending to it. I have to say that my favourite instrument in this whole piece that supplies the most musical development is the crotales, which I'm sure most would agree. If not, I would think that the second choice would be the organ, of course!

A Carnival of Mass Destruction

2 parts25 pages06:402 years ago398 views
This is a three movement piece that contains the likes of a circus march and sonata. I really enjoyed writing it since the second piano was created by my tinkering and the first piano was created by the greatness of MuseScore. (i.e. Placing random notes in a rhythm.)
As most can deduce, at this tempo, it certainly is impossible. But I don't really mind if it is played slower to get the notes: that's what I would do!

Waltz of Slumbers Duet

2 parts6 pages02:342 years ago228 views
This is from the original composer: Callum Ware. I have modified it - the first piano is mainly the same for aesthetic and chord purposes - to fit a second piano that calls and beckons from the leading first. If you would like to listen to the original, here is the link of it:

Please enjoy this and I implore you listen to more of his fantastic works!

A Narnian Lullaby for Strings

6 parts11 pages01:562 years ago1,123 views
Violin(2), Viola, Cello, Harp
I'm sure that most can recognize this melody from the wonderful and fantastic film: Narnia - The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. 'tis a great piece to examine and 'twas my pleasure to transcribe and arrange it to my, and hopefully your, liking.

Goomba/Koopa Path

5 parts4 pages01:422 years ago548 views
Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello, Piano
This is the theme that plays when on the trip through the Prologue and Chapter One. Obviously, I made this more playful with the fortepiano, but also ended it with a major chord with fits nicely into the second key signature. I wonder if I should have left like a jazz song usually does . . .
with a seventh chord or maybe even an augmented one, I mean.


1 part4 pages03:332 years ago926 views
I loved the intro to this Schubert piece so much I decided to make variations on it. I believe I did a good job on this. (The minor chord progression was so great, that I used to hate the major ending to the serenade! Ha!)
I'd also like to reference the my arrangement for this song:

The Bourgeoisie King

1 part3 pages03:383 years ago144 views
This is an original composition I wrote when I was fiddling with my pianoforte. I named it after King Louis-Philippe of France for his quick changes in demeanour from one who supports the Lower Middle Class and Poverty stricken to one who could only uphold the Upper Middle Class, or Bourgeoisie. (However, it must be noted that whatever he did, he soon had no other choice but to listen to them as the Parliament was completely controlled by them.)