Bass Trombone part from Imprevedibilmente Demonica

8 minutes
Modern classical music and Classical music

This piece is the first piece I composed atonally, and thus far is my only success (because i haven’t tried again yet). Before I started to compose it, I decided to base at least part of it off of another piece that I heard. I then took that, and stretched it out in many ways. As I would listen to it, it made me think of a tyrannical ruler (the Tuba), and peasants/etc. attempting to rebel against their ruler. By the end, as you can probably tell if you listen to the whole thing, the ending is extremely inconclusive, and very unpredictable. This leaves an element of wondering whats going to happen next, or if there is something that will happen. The very end of the piece more or less ends with the two fighting again, without conclusion.

Feel free to comment or review, or critique any of my pieces. I’m not gonna get any better if I don’t know ways in which I can improve.

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