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This week, the composers take inspiration from the changing of seasons. Enjoy this week's pieces on the Fall :)

Half one Step

Ava Arasan

Half One Step
00:00 / 01:27

"Half One Step" was composed in the image of change, a feature relevant especially in the fall. It maintains a relativity constant beat; however, the melody fluctuates every so often, representing the different paths can walk on their journey in life :)

枯萎 (Withered)

Lucy Feng

枯萎 - Lucy Feng
00:00 / 01:18

I have known you, I have blown you away. Your smile cannot fade if it wasn't even there in the first place ! Shut your mouth. You're much too loud. I need to be warm now but you're going south. Oh, take me take me by the neck, I've forgotten your hue, and you ? You cannot see beyond the trees, but what did I expect ? Oh, love me love me when you want, I've forgotten your leaves, and me ? I cannot see beyond the line, but I hope that's fine. School has begun, everything is chaos, and I'm upset all the time. That's the way it's going to be, all noisy and a big sploch of ugly brown that stains everything. If you want my opinion, don't bother trying to sludge through this month.


atri banerjee

00:00 / 01:04

Our prompt for this week was dead leaves, but in a poetic sense. I compose about a tree that loses its leaves. To do this, I mirror the tree as a whole in the piece. The first part includes all the instruments, the entire tree. Then, I take the violin out. It’s intriguing to see how empty the piece sounds just without the violin.

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