This is my very very first time recording myself on the piano! Super excited to share music with everyone! A wonderful lady gave me a brand new AMAZING keyboard piano for my birthday a few months ago. The great thing about this keyboard is that you can directly record music on it so I thought I’d take full advantage of that feature
The song I decided to play is called The Moon Represents My Heart. It’s a famous old Chinese classic that was originally sung by Teresa Teng. It’s a beautiful piece so I wanted to share it with everyone I will post the direct audio download here soon (I need to upgrade my WordPress account to do this.)
Youtube version of the recording:
In the spirit of the holiday season, I composed a Jingle Bells Piano Remix. Enjoy! Download the sheet music here: Jingle Bells Piano Remix by Nanxi Liu
Here is a recording of my computer playing the song:
Decided I would create my first music ensemble piece for fun. I really enjoyed adding the drum section in.
Click here to download PDF of music: Untitled 8
Youtube video of the music played by my computer’s software.
I first met Ben when he was an undergraduate student at the University of Colorado, Boulder. I had a few classes with some of his friends so I met him randomly one day. He invited me to a concert he was holding at a local bar. I went and was blown away by his rap and hip hop songs. They sounded better than most of the rap songs I hear on the radio!
We were only able to collaborate on one song before he left to get his JD at Harvard Law School. So yes, Harvard once upon a time had a black rapper at their school. Legit.
Finally! I have put one song I wrote into writing rather than just keeping it stored in my memory (which tends to forget things).
Here it is in PDF: Untitled 2
Here is the computer playing the piece in case you wanted to hear what is sounds like (I promise it sounds much better when a real person is playing!):
Disclaimer: This song was written in about 3 hours so it is a bit sloppy since it is the first draft. I will upload new versions onto here if I never decide to improve the piece.