This piece features a lilting sense of phrasing, a consistent sense of meter, and a melody that will surely "sing" on a real instrument (the MIDI playback lacks the nuance required to fully experience it).
When one's personal life takes control of one's life, occupying all time and energy there may be to spare, it is hard to find time to make art.
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P.M. Joyce's work "Fairytale" is a well-polished work that would work well in a film score.
I am excited to announce the release of the ebook "Composer Cat". It features more than 20 of the most popular articles on Composer's Toolbox, and includes extra content. Pop on over and give it a read, and be sure to let me know what you think!
Koti Jaddu's submission to the Young Composer Score call reads right out of a book of preludes
I had a old piece that I had made in Finale 2010. When I upgraded to Finale v. 25 I imported it, and it produced the same, exactly engraved, result. I then exported it to XML, and imported it into Dorico.
In my latest exploration with Dorico, I have finally figured out how to make my East/West symphonic samples play nice with Dorico.
Zekai Liu's work Enigma is a racing whirlwind of rhythm and the A blues scale.
Firmly rooted in the American Mavericks tradition, this work fuses hymns with polytonality and misalignment, a la Charles Ives.
A submitter to one of the score calls here forwarded me a photo of his composition assistant. So nice to hear from you all!
Scott Blasco's work "Queen of Heaven" is a devotional-type meditation for piano and electronics.
Marco Polo, from Album "Exercise Music"