Apocalypse please, arranged for those with good technique, some rather hard things in here, seeing as how I combined the vocal track along with the original piano part. Left hand gets tiring after the second verse. ENJOY! noteflight.com/scores/view/7 … 72c81057b8
note: tempo sounds screwy, seeing as how I could only choose one
yeah, sorry… even worse when your trying to edit it. Also, forgot to point out, in the third verse, with the right hand, it’s supposed to be a tremolo ad libitum, but stupid thing doesn’t have that, and I really didn’t feel like writing every note, so just use your imagination… actually I’ll make a vid as soon as my left hand gets “cziffra” enough and my phone stops being gay…
Randomly, what did you think of the two finger piece?
A piece I just entered into a competition. I had to write it by hand, because that site couldn’t handle most of it. And I like the control I had being able to make it look the way I wanted to. This one basically started out as an improvisation, which I began to develop. Then I wrote out a basic melody line and fleshed it out with the same basic principles as my improvisation and kind of just went from there. It starts of softly, then gets more and more furious (check out the friggin crossovers on page 6!!) then fizzles back down for a nice soft ending. I can play it, but not as good as I would like to, which is why there is no recording yet. My main influences for this was Ravel water based pieces (jeux, ondine and barque) and in general the impressionistic period. So here it is, and I hope I win!
Heavily influenced by Bach and Godowsky, this is by far my most complicated endeavor to date. I still have to give it a thorough analysis for playability, structural congruity and general vision, but I’m running out of “inspiration” on this compositional drive and would like some input on it as it stands. It is, for all intents and purposes “complete” but I feel like it hasn’t been perfected, some parts rushed, some parts lacking in subtlety. Anyhow, enjoy!
Vivaldi’s summer Transcription I mentioned many moons ago. It’s been “finished” for quite a while, but I still need to finish editing it for playability in a lot of areas. Like that one run in the middle of the first movement. Yea, I’m talking about you. Anyhow, enjoy and critique!