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