Cloudy with a Chance of Notes

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This piece is intended to be a musical emulation of a storm with thunder and all the works, thus the weather-related name. I added dissonances in key points in order to create the sense of tension and uneasiness usually associated with tempests. The trill cocaphony of measure 4 is suppose to be the blast of thunder that echoes into measure 5. Then measure 16 is a temporary airy break in the storm that immediately returns to the gloomy main element by measure 22. The last two measures optimistically give hope for a brighter and calmer future before the piece ends. This piece has some difficult parts due to the frequent key changes and the fast pace, but it is generally playable.

Score ID
Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
1 minute
Solo instrument (Piano)

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