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Did this set of rockin' variations on Paganini's Caprice in A Minor, Op. 24, No. 1 for a contest, actually - here's Romp On Paganini!

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Home-Made Compositions / Re: Dekkadeci's Compositions
« on: November 05, 2022, 01:42:03 AM »
This monothematic sonata-allegro is actually in a syncopated, more pop-like style for a change, and just like most other monothematic sonata-allegros, its first and second theme groups diverge quite quickly from their shared opening phrase - here's my latest piece, Sonata-Allegro in C Major ("One Start, Many Paths")!

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Home-Made Compositions / Re: Dekkadeci's Compositions
« on: October 13, 2022, 05:26:14 AM »
Wow, this is my first rag in over 4 years...here's that rag, Trick-or-Treat Rag!

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NinSheetMusic's latest arrangement contest just announced winners, so now I can finally post this!

The Azure Tree Stands in Mourning

It's a more relaxing, "de-bossified" arrangement of "The Azure Arbitrator", the final boss theme of The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure.

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Home-Made Compositions / Re: Dekkadeci's Compositions
« on: September 05, 2022, 01:27:08 AM »
Might be redundant given the post above, but here's my latest composition - the jazz-influenced Waltz No. 2 in C Major!

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Home-Made Compositions / Re: Dekkadeci's Compositions
« on: September 05, 2022, 01:25:18 AM »
Welp, looks like I hit the character limit for the 1st post - here's where my latest compositions are listed!

Classical
Waltz No. 2 in C Major
Composed for a contest, this jazz-influenced waltz is based on a not-so-orthodox chord progression involving â™­VII-V.

Sonata-Allegro in C Major ("One Start, Many Paths")
Like some others, this sonata-allegro has a monothematic exposition...that actually has its first and second theme groups both diverge quite quickly from their shared opening phrase, just like other monothematic sonata-allegros. Therefore nicknamed "One Start, Many Paths", this piece is syncopated, energetic, and optimistic.

Ragtime
Trick-or-Treat Rag
This shockingly deliberate rag, composed for a contest, aims to evoke the atmosphere of trick-or-treating during Halloween.

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Home-Made Compositions / Re: Dekkadeci's Compositions
« on: August 19, 2022, 05:20:02 AM »
My first 8-bit composition (although I have tried an 8-bit arrangement before): 8-Bit Credits! Yeah, it's for a hypothetical video game.

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Home-Made Compositions / Re: Dekkadeci's Compositions
« on: July 19, 2022, 08:11:23 PM »
Back to my more typical high-strung Classical-Romantic style - here's my latest piece, Sonata-Allegro in C Sharp Minor ("Three Keys to Perdition")!

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Home-Made Compositions / Re: Dekkadeci's Compositions
« on: July 14, 2022, 05:02:24 AM »
The first jazz solo piano piece I've composed in a while...here's Call to All Dancers!

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Count me in as a participant!

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Home-Made Compositions / Re: Dekkadeci's Compositions
« on: July 01, 2022, 07:39:21 PM »
Here's my newest piece: Scherzo Intruso! Beware: this contains some particularly intrusive and out-of-place notes....

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Hey neat, my second ever F-Zero piano transcription!

My transcription of "Illusion" from F-Zero: GP Legend
https://musescore.com/user/9996931/scores/8266481

F-Zero: GP Legend
I still ended up simplifying the right-hand part of Bars 54-61 and pretty much any measure with 32nd notes in Beats 4-4.5 only, omitting some high notes, moving some accompaniment notes around octave-wise to make them easier to play, and adding some other notes that correspond to drum beats.

Note that the only differences music-wise between Bars 10-17 and Bars 54-61 in the original are the presence of a high part and the (slightly different) drumming in the later passage - thus Bars 1-17 being for the left hand only. (Bars 1-19 always somehow have no really low notes in the original, anyway.)

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Arrangement Contests / Re: Arrangement Contest No. 10 - Brainstorming
« on: June 23, 2022, 05:43:55 PM »
Honestly, I'd support stripping the "Latin" from "Arrange a track in a Latin or Latin Jazz musical style" and just ask for a jazz arrangement! There are tons of jazz sub-genres, ranging from slower and relaxing to lightning-fast and hard-swinging to even more avant-garde ones.

On a related note, we could ask for a two-genre mashup, rather like "Pokey Means Business" and the fairly sharp contrast between its more Baroque/typical 8-bit introduction and its heavy metal looped portion...and both sections' use of some of the same musical material.

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Home-Made Compositions / Re: Dekkadeci's Compositions
« on: June 22, 2022, 01:31:27 AM »
Decided to compose a more typically classical music-style sonata-allegro this time, including the classical era's occasional tendency to start the recapitulation of its sonata-allegros in the subdominant key instead of the home key - here's my latest piece, Sonata-Allegro in G Major ("Subdominant")!

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In general, you can use arpeggios at otherwise impossible held intervals. Arpeggios are assumed to go up by default. If you're not using pedal, though, you might be safer off using grace notes for the lower notes of the impossible "held" intervals and keep regular notes for the higher notes.

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