After a year & 10 months, how far we came
Hello, I'm Mizue Murakami, a music director of Galaxy Music Notes. I usually have no time to write a news blog because I prefer spending my limited time for creating new sheet music. But I just wanted to assess ourselves how far we came up until today since we launched Galaxy Music Notes in July of 2015. Now we have more than 100 sheet music, about 20 free piano exercises, and a lot of resource pages about composers, songs, symphonies, operas, ballets, and etc.
We provide sheet music in multiple levels...
Easier Turkish March by Mozart has been arranged.
Turkish March is the 3rd movement of Piano Sonata No. 11 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It's probably the most popular and well-known piano piece by him. It's even heard in some recent films such as "It's Only the End of the World", "Blood Redd", & "Take", in Mario video game "Dance Dance Revolution", and in episodes of many TV series. I can't possibly list all the films, TV series & video games that use Turkish March here. But my point is that it is a popular piano piece.
The original Turkish March,...
Finally piano solo arrangement of Jupiter (full version) from The Planets Suite composed by Gustav Hols has been uploaded. It is 8+ minutes long and this particular sheet music has 12 pages. It is categorized in very advanced level at Galaxy Music Notes. Free full recording of this sheet music is available. Please check it out !!
As of today August 5th 2015, I'm excited to let Galaxy Music Notes' fans that Jupiter (full version, not just the theme) for piano solo will be ready next week. It'll be in "very advanced" category. The full recording will be also available for public for free. Need to get to work. So, see you, then :-)
Today, I saw a news about Nasa obtaining the amazing images of Pluto and its 5 moons. This is very exciting. It looks like earth, having high mountains like the Rocky Mountains in North America and volcanic activities. Nasa will get more images of Pluto this month. The news is everywhere. So, check it out ! The English composer, Gustav Holst wrote the orchestral suite, The Planets in between 1914 - 1916. Pluto had not been discovered, then. It was discovered in 1930, four years before he died. He wasn't interested in writing a movement for Pluto in...