music

all of this is stuff i've written for school that had to follow prompts and exam specifications and such, but hopefully i'll write some stuff for myself one day.

i'm a classically trained musician, and play flute and piccolo at an advanced level, and viola at an intermediate level. i used to play the bassoon (at an intermediate level), and i'm currently saving to get my own one so i can play again hopefully!! i also started piano lessons in the last few months. i also have/dabble in playing the following instruments: tin whistles in various keys, fife, recorders, mandolin, six-keyed english flageolet, and a B-flat band flute. i used to play in orchestras and wind bands, but haven't been able to recently :(

2020-2021

(these two don't have audio at the moment).

string quintet

for a standard string quintet, plus a double bass. written in a ABC structure, with the viola having the tune at the beginning because i am a viola player :)


incidental music

supposed to be incidental music for a play about the industrial revolution, according to the exam specifications.


2018-2019

digital art of a field of white flowers with the sun beaming down behind the trees in the background. end ID.

ternary thing

as the name suggests, it's in a ABA ternary form, written for an orchestra. the cover art is for the calmer B section, which is a bassoon duet, with string accompaniment. i imagined section B to be like waking up in a field of flowers as the dew drops sparkled in the rising sun. no idea what's going on with the A sections, sorry. i know that the second A section is faster because i had to make it fit within 5 minutes for the exam board specifications lol.


soup conspiracy

literally was named by going to a word generator and getting two random words. this one didn't have to fit any exam specifications. it's written for flute, bassoon (which i both play), and clarinet. you'll want to turn the volume right up at the beginning for this one, and then right down as it gets progressively louder (and faster!!)