A grand waltz for piano, cello, string section, oboe, and timpani, composed in the key of C# major, with interspersed major and minor passages. The two main themes are varied throughout the piece using different orchestrations and an increase in ornamentation.
This waltz was composed by Mr. Stolyarov on June 16-18, 2016, and is played using the Finale 2011 software.
This bright, gentle waltz for four piano parts and one cello part was composed by Mr. Stolyarov on November 28-29, 2014. It is played using the Finale 2011 software and the Steinway Grand Piano and Cellos Arco instruments.
This brief and cheerful waltz from 2007 was the first work created by Mr. Stolyarov in Anvil Studio, a musical composition program that permits greater versatility than simply recording a piece played on a piano. The present version has been expanded and remastered using the Finale 2011 and Finale 2014 software. It is composed for two piano parts and one violin.
This 2003 composition by Mr. Stolyarov, written in a mid-19th-century style, reveals the true nature of liberty as experienced by the creative mind, not free from all order, but free to create and relish an order of one’s own.
This radiant composition by Mr. Stolyarov, composed in Spring 2003 in a mid-19th-century style, seeks to reflect the nature of struggle, persistence, and triumph in the face of adversity. The melody alternates between leisurely and intense passages, illustrating both the easy and the difficult aspects of any major undertaking.
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The artwork is Mr. Stolyarov’s Abstract Orderism Fractal VI – Dome Fractal, available for download here and here. ***
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Minuet #7, Op. 75 (2013) – Musical Composition by G. Stolyarov II