Girls. Watch out for this man please. His name is Mark Mathys I got a message from him this morning and I was more than happy to reply to him. He texted me this evening asking if he could call and discuss an arrangement and I said yes, but that was before I looked up his number. While waiting for him to call I decided to do what I usually do first and stalk the shit out of him. So I reverse check his number and find out his real name, easy. I then google his name and “THE DIRTY ARMY” article was the first to come up. Apparently this man and his girl (I’m assuming “Kelly”) has been working as a sick team to use these innocent girls and never compensating them. That’s not the only article, there are more articles about him scamming his own employees. Please note as he tries to turn it around on me “Yes you do goodbye and I will advise others in the men’s members forum of your actions” as if me finding out the truth and calling him out was something that I did wrong lol. He’s manipulative and he’s a liar and I want you girls to stay away from him.


[S] Crystalmethequins: Piano Arrangement

It was time to bring in the extended techniques. If you’re wondering why it looks like I splashed water on the back of my shirt, it’s because I let an ice cube melt on my back to cool off between takes. And it didn’t occur that the water it left would be visible when I reached forward.

The original is by Clark “Plazmataz” Powell and Astro Kid, based on “Crystalmanthequins” by Erik “Jit” Scheele, which was in turn based on the melody from “Crystalanthemums” by Alexander Rosetti, and finally arranged for piano by me. Thanks to everyone who gave suggestions and voted when I was asking for pieces I could arrange/learn quickly.

Relevant Links:

Sheet music

Audio file

Original track

Past Arrangements:


Sburban Jungle


Carne Vale

Gold Pilot

Unite Synchronization

All arrangements may be found be here

Highlights from “Frozen” (arranged for percussion ensemble)

Includes: Vuelie/Frozen heart, Do you Want to Build a Snowman, Love is an Open Door, Let it Go, For the first Time in Forever/Epilogue 

Instrumentation: Marimba, 2 Vibraphones, Xylophone, Bells, Chimes, Timpani, 2 Auxiliary Percussion, Synthesizer, Guitar, Bass, Drums