My latest exploration of Dorico, a deeper look and learning of Write mode, is complete. My work "Variations on Hartford (3 Preludes for Piano)" is finished.
This CD/DVD burner works great on my Mac, on my Mac when running Windows, on other people's PCs--you name it. I cannot recommend a better device for the price.
One work that has really helped me recently is a text about Buddhism, but if you remove the Buddhist front it really is a text about being in the moment, regardless of your belief system.
I have continued to expand my fluency with Dorico. I have been focusing on familiarity with Write Mode over the past week or so, by composing a set of 3 preludes for piano.
It is invigorating to both think quickly, and to use that to accomplish tasks. However, having racing thoughts is much different than thinking quickly.
Aidan Caron's wind ensemble work "Norwegian Portraits" is a raucous battle cry of a fanfare that elicits images of vikings and natural horn calls.