Hey! I'm new to the site, but I've been composing professionally, and for fun, for a few years now, and my girlfriend has been goating me about letting people hear some of my stuff. Soooo, here it is, I wrote this nocturne in G Flat Major. I hope you guys enjoy it.
It's pretty much the only musical piece I've ever programmed (I sent the file and program to her for an anniversary):
The two young lover's arrival to the park is announced by stately chords(0:00-0:11). They have expected a quiet, and romantic evening to converse, but are interrupted by flurries of snow, represented by piano flourishes in the high register(0:20). Three chords signal a cold gust of wind that freezes the young woman. (0:45). The winds majestically whip the couple around, until subsiding, and allowing them to meander through more rain drops (0:55-1:08). As the walk along through the ever increasing rain, a shift in temperature (1:34). The young man wraps his coat around his lover (1:51), and the two converse comfortably for awhile, until night falls; beautiful, and shaded (2:15). As the couple walks, the rain is now getting unbearable, and is coming from everyside, disrupting their walk (2:18). It momentarily stops (2:30), but this is just a precursor to the three chords signaling the same evil gust of wind (2:47). Now confidently pressing through the storm, they hold each other as it crashes against them, and once again slackens to a whisper. As the temperature falls, the rain is crystalized into snow, which falls on their shoulders (3:20). They share two kisses represented by falling thirds (3:39-3:44), and a hug, represented by a rising arpeggio (3:44), before heading back to their quarters.
I attatched the sheet music in case anyone wants to try playing it.
PS, this is a finale file. I would play it, except I have a little known medical condition called "Stupid Fingers"