Black Snow (original piece)

This is a song a friend and I wrote in 8th grade for almost no reason whatsoever. The title almost has no reason either. I simply looked outside when I was thinking of a title and saw it was snowing.

It was somewhat influenced by never forget.

I am uploading it because I'm curious about what I'll get for feedback.

It is fairly simple to play, so enjoy!

(Folder should include a .pdf and .mus file. I threw in a .mid file just in case.)

Ashes - Piano

I've seen several requests for the song Ashes from Halo: Reach.

Many thanks to gbacani, for posting a tutorial for this (he can't read or write sheet). I just transcribed it, and maybe not too well, since I used NoteWorthy Composer (Evaluation), so if anyone wants to redo the sheetmusic for me with some other format, please do so.
I've attached the midi, the .nwc file, and the NWC sheetmusic in the file

Someone please redo to sheet to make it look better?

Enjoy the piece!

Another rain (Rain) for Sting Orchestra with Piano and Alto Saxophone.

Haha!! I finally did it! Took me long enough, But I did it, So here it is; Another rain (Rain) for Sting Orchestra with Piano and Alto Saxophone. Some side notes to keep in mind, (somewhat) The Viola part is In treble Clef so you Violas may need to learn (or already have) Treble cleft or have People on the part as Violin III. There are 4 Cello parts. Cello I gets the Melody at certain points. and Also where there are triplets, I added so notes scaling up to the G. Cello II and III get the running 16th notes at measure 12.

Tip of the Spear (for Piano)

This is my transcription of the first track of the Tip of the Spear Suite from the Halo: Reach Soundtrack.

This transcription is pretty difficult, and there are some parts which are especially tricky to perform (please see below). Once again, pedaling, articulation and dynamics are mostly left to the pianist's discretion. The sheet music is mostly a guideline.

Also, this is not a direct transcription, I have added several notes to certain parts of the pieces to make it sound a little better (and of course I might have gotten some notes wrong).