Camilo's Miscellaneous Works
The compositions below are not good enough to be an Instrumental Concoction, nor funny or unusual enough to be a Questionable Work, and are usually short composing exercises or music created for only one purpose. Only listen to these as a last resort.
On Father's Day of 2021, I decided to write a last-moment fugue based on the theme music of Formula 1 composed by Brian Tyler, as my father and I enjoy watching the sport on TV together.
A tendency of mine is to leave a task incomplete until it is nearly too late, and this piece is no exception. My mother's birthday on January 17 came quickly, and two days prior I had nothing for her. I decided to hurriedly whip up a quick piano waltz in an hour, whose motif I am sure is derivative of countless romantic piano works.
Every so often, I find myself hitting metaphorical roadblocks while working on my serious compositions. In an attempt to refresh my mind and recharge my creative stamina, I decided to try absolutely letting go and “free writing” per se on a blank orchestral template, without concern about the complexity, originality, or quality in general.
Every so often, I find myself hitting metaphorical roadblocks while working on my serious compositions. In an attempt to refresh my mind and recharge my creative stamina, I decided to try absolutely letting go and “free writing” per se on a blank orchestral template, without concern about the complexity, originality, or quality in general.
This is the first waltz that I have composed. I was assigned to hand-write a cello duet waltz in G Major during my cello lessons.
This is my first handwritten piece. I was assigned to write an 8 measure solo cello piece during my lessons.