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COMPOSITIONS

There are few things more beautiful than the process of actualizing an experience, a feeling, or an idea into a developed piece of music.  I have published pieces for choir, wind ensemble, pop a capella, and chamber ensembles. I am a perpetual student in the areas of music production, audio editing, and music technology. These skills have allowed me to create songs and pieces for artistic and commercial purposes, including the pop a Capella EP Off the Record, several podcast jingles, and various pieces of music created for content related to corporate promotion and publicity.

ALL music on this page is free to download! If you would like to perform my music, please get in contact; it is immensely helpful to be as a young composer to know who is performing my work, and I would love to get in touch. Scroll down for free PDFs.

If you would like to donate, feel free to send money to @Noah-Sigsworth on Venmo.

Compositions: Compositions
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THE OCEAN

Based on the poem by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Composed for the High Point University Chamber Singers, this piece is based on the poem of the same name by Nathaniel Hawthorne. This piece conjures feelings of dread, images of vast waters, and the unrelenting nature of the great blue sea.

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THE RELENTLESS WEST

A Concert Piece for Wind Ensemble

Originally composed as a brass quintet, this piece was adapted for the High Point University Wind Ensemble as a flex arrangement. This piece evokes all the feelings that come with the chaotic and vast American west.

Compositions: What I Do
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OZYMANDIAS

A haunting and unrelenting choral setting of the poem "Ozymandias" by Percy Shelly.
Best for intermediate-advanced mixed choral ensembles.
For mixed choir and piano.

Compositions: Video
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WON "FIRST PRIZE" IN JUNE 2021 INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION FOR "THE OCEAN"

An excerpt from the judge’s comments;
“Very well done. You were extremely thoughtful with the text, reflecting the mood and the poetry in your compositional decisions. … I appreciate your appropriate use of parallel 5ths here to create an ominous mood as well as your tasteful use of minor 2nds and other subtle moments of dissonance.” 

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