Welcome to the Classical Music page of www.2liftmeup.com
This website is dedicated to sharing music compositions by Gordon Haws in the different genres of classical music, religious music, and secular music. Many of the songs are available as PDF's of the musical score and as mp3 files. You may download the files by using a right clink then selecting "Save Link As". For authorized use of the files, please read the notices at the bottom of the page. Enjoy!
After each song title is the PDF file of the music score and the mp3 file (produced by Musescore). I have also included comments from the composer about each song.
NOTE ABOUT "INVENTION" MUSIC PIECES (below): These "Inventions are done following the general example of Bach, with one Invention composed in every major and minor key (twenty-four inventions in all). They focus on pedagogy and multiple "voices" answering one another. Each one is short, only a page or two long. Together, they strengthen the pianist's knowledge and skill using each key. I hope you enjoy the beauty and the fun.
Invention Twenty-Three in the key of C-flat minor is the only minor key I have done so far; but I want to do all of the minor keys (which will be future Inventions Thirteen through Twenty-Two and Invention Twenty-Four.) I love the rhythm, cadence and attack of Invention Twenty-Three. I love the minor key,.
Visit other pages of this website for religious music and pop music in PDF and mp3 formats and also for links to other sites, reviews, blog and contact me page. Enjoy!
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NOTE: Most of the mp3 files were generated by the computer (Musescore) playing the musical score. Computer generated performances are not as expressive as human performances, but are meant to introduce the visitor to the composition.