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This is my second symphony, subtitled Ocean Symphony. This is just the first draft so there is still a lot of editing needed to be done. The movements represent a depth zone of the ocean and are as followed:
Each movement is to represent both the marine life that inhabit each zone as well as the ocean conditions unique to each zone.
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Take a listen and look at my arrangement of Beethoven's Adagio Cantabile
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In the process of studying for a final exam I decided to make a sample lesson that I would make for my online theory course, because what better way to ensure you know something than to teach it.
This is a very very rough draft of a lesson but its up for anyone to read and learn. Enjoy.
Introduction to Schenkerian…Continue
Added by Tyler Hughes on December 8, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments
In memory post your favorite Tavener piece here.
This requiem remains one of my favorite pieces, not just from him, but all time.
Added by Tyler Hughes on February 28, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
Added by Tyler Hughes on September 19, 2012 at 3:13pm — No Comments
Decided to add the first part of my thesis as of now.
Right now it focuses on two poets and their interpretations and feelings on aspects of time. THough the piece doesnt focus on time itself, time has a big part in the composition.
so after a long month of writing and trying to figure out how to write out what I hear in my head I finally finished my choral piece. You will notice there is no recording. Thats because I cannot create a mock up of this piece due to the nature of the piece. Im just posting the PDF here until I can get it read.
Added by Tyler Hughes on December 17, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments
This is the first draft of my piece
Added by Tyler Hughes on November 17, 2011 at 11:06pm — No Comments
These are church bells I manipulated using WinPOD, a Granular Synthesis software.
My Orchestration of maid with the flaxen hair
Over the last few months I have noticed a trend in the forums, especially in the music dissection forum. More and more of the comments about music posted here have been more about music production (i.e. sample
sounds used, mix of DAWs, ect, ect) and less comments about the overall music
itself. Along with that, I have seen less actually sheet music posted on this
forum, and more composers admitting that do not have any notated music to show
what so ever.…