Gensokyo Rag

1 part4 pages03:583 years ago1,113 views
I took some Touhou themes, turned them upside-down, and made a piano rag out of them. See if you identify the originals. The answers, and a better-sounding recording, are here: .

Variations on Grace O'Malley

1 part9 pages05:563 years ago623 views
The tune is from O'Neill's Music of Ireland, and is presumably named for the Irish pirate queen, Gráinne Ní Mháille:

U.N. Owen's Revenge

1 part4 pages02:133 years ago1,139 views
Piano arrangements of "U.N. Owen Was Her?" are typically dark and dramatic, with lots of notes crammed into each measure. I thought I'd try something a little different. You can hear a better-sounding recording of this arrangement at my website:

Futatsuiwa from Sado

1 part4 pages01:592 years ago1,408 views
Mamizou Futatsuiwa's theme from "Ten Desires" arranged for solo piano. I'm not entirely happy with this and may revisit it sometime.

Two Bad Apples

1 part2 pages01:383 years ago1,364 views
"Bad Apple!!" arranged as a strathspey and a reel for the convenience of any Celtic musicians in Gensokyo.

Eternal Shrine Maiden

1 part3 pages01:343 years ago1,508 views
From "Highly Responsive to Prayers," the first game of the Touhou Project.

Ragtime Cirno

2 parts2 pages01:123 years ago843 views
"Beloved Tomboyish Girl" from "Embodiment of Scarlet Devil" arranged as a miniature piano rag.

Centennial Festival for Magical Girls

1 part4 pages02:163 years ago1,828 views
From "Embodiment of Scarlet Devil." A few notes: The run in measure 12 can be simplified or omitted. The bass run in measure 58 can be dropped and the bass from measure 54 substituted. From measure 63 on, the left hand should be much softer than the right. This might not be clear from the MuseScore playback. (There's a better-sounding rendering of this arrangement here: .)

Polar Bear

1 part9 pages08:182 years ago292 views
The tune this is based on is called "The Bear." Since this piece is played entirely on the white keys of the piano, the bear here is mostly likely a polar bear. You can hear a better recording of the piece here: