So, I Heard A Melody In My Head And I Posted It On The Composition Project Page As A PDF. I Got Some Interesting Responses, Including Idea's For Expanding Upon What I Already Had. So, I Just Added Some Final Touches, This Is The PDF. (It Doesn't Have A Title, It's Called Lick)



Lick PDF

And This Is A MIDI Of The Song


In Terms Of The Music, Once It Hits The Change In Time Signature, There Is An Accelerando, I Did My Best To Convey That In The Midi. Also, Towards The End You Have Lot's Of Arpeggios In The Right Hand That Should (When Being Played By A Human) Be A Lot More Smooth

Now. I Apologize For The Sloppy Notation, But I'm Using A Program That's Not Finale Or Sibelius, And This Is What I'm Going To Be Using Until I Get A Copy Of Sibelius. So Just Bare With Me. I Welcome All Thoughts, Opinions, And Criticisms. Thank You In Advance



P.S. It's A Free Program Called Musescore.

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