Robbie Padilla is entering into the realm of composing his own solo piano compositions. Most have been recorded or will be recorded soon. If you are interested in any full scores, please inquire at

Look through the scores down below!

Augmented Reality (2019, int-adv, 2'15")
Bells in the Wind (2020, adv, 4'30")
Bocote (2022, adv, 4'45")
Little Demon Prelude (2020, adv, 1'50")
Piper's Mew (2021, int-adv, 1'30")
Reindeer Antlerz (2019, int-adv, 2'30")
Two ghosts doing their thing (2022, adv, 1'30")
The Witching Hour (2019, adv, 1'40")

Augmented Reality


Augmented Reality is a mysterious yet whimsical prelude for solo piano. It is written for the advanced pianist who seeks beauty in sustained chords and the excitement in improvisatory passages and rhythms.

Cover artwork by Camille Borza.

Bells in the wind


Bells in the Wind integrates melody within a texture of sweeping arpeggios to depict images to interpret with our imaginations. There are virtuosic passages as well as a hard rock B section and improvised cadenzas.

Cover artwork by Rachel Lenihan.



Bocote is a mood piece featuring arpeggios originally written on a tenor ukulele and a melody built on fifths. It may appear relatively easy but the execution demands precision of the voices and mixed meters.

Little Demon Prelude


Little Demon Prelude is a bombastic programmatic piece following the brief adventures of two little demons. This Chopin-Liszt inspired work uses each hand to play a demon. One hand plays a melody in octaves while the other provides a whirlwind of 3-octave arpeggios mostly comprised of fully diminished chords. Enjoy the Little Demon Prelude!