I wanted to share an arrangement of “When You Wish Upon A Star”. I did this particular arrangement in roughly 2008, while working on my masters degree in music composition and theory at The University of Georgia.
It’s a tremolo arrangement, which seems to work nicely with this piece.
Since it’s still under copy write with Disney, I can’t sell copies, but feel free to download it and enjoy!
If you work it up and perform it somewhere in the future, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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A live performance of “Lake Avondale” for classical guitar and piano featuring Jay Kacherski and Lina Morita at The University of Mississippi for Women.
I recently discussed the value of inversion and retrograde, two compositional techniques, in an earlier post.
Here is an original composition for classical guitar, “Rainy Nights for Jennifer” that demonstrates these techniques. The first example of inversion occurs at 1:48. There are a number of other examples throughout the composition, especially after the tempo change at 2:05.
This was a live performance at the Atlanta Institute of Music.
Let me know what you hear.
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