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Piano Arrangements / Nekrotzar's Arrangements and Transcriptions
« on: November 19, 2011, 07:37:05 PM »
Here's some recent arrangements i haven't been able to work as much as I would have liked on my current projects due to auditions, finals and other stuff like that. I'm playing it safe and uploading the shorter versions of these; i'm not really sure if this site is more geared towards arrangements that are true to the originals or transcriptions that develop off of the structure and ideas of the originals. More will come once I get around to them, and future mus files will be less cluttered than the first one.

The Adventures of Batman and Robin

Amused to Death:

Speeding Through Darkness:

Creativity Corner / Nekrotzar plays musics
« on: October 29, 2011, 05:31:32 AM »
Since this is also apparently a thing that has to do with forums dedicated to sheet music to games produced by the fine organization of Nintendo, here's some more stuff. mind you, these aren't recent and aren't up to my current standards. Rachmaninoff's Valse for two pianos Me losing rhythm on Kapustin's 5th concert etude

Home-Made Compositions / Nekrotzar's originals and transcriptions
« on: October 29, 2011, 03:24:53 AM »
First day on this site, i have no completed Nintendo related transcriptions in my immediate portfolio. So here's some other stuff. If you only enjoy music of strict consonance, this topic is not for you. Grand Dance No. 1 for two pianos "Trance Macabre"

Written last October. I won't go into explaination of technique and underlying message, I will only say this piece is possible play and reflects an extreme side of my rather polar compositional voice: intense and virtuosic. I thank SergeofArniVillage for this mp3. Sheet music available upon request, just don't hurt yourself. Acid Bump (Transcription)

Composed about 3-4 years ago. By the time I made this, I had only been transcribing preexisting pieces of music, usually keeping the structures and tone of the original. Acid Bump, a transcription of Christopher Rouse's "Bump", stands as my transition from transcribing to composing. As for the actual piece, it was written to emulate an acid trip (refer to title) while changing between radio stations during a car ride. FYI: I am clean (more or less)

more in the future, but for now, that is all

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