Melody in G-sharp major
Wow, it's been a while since I made a post at the Musescore forums, and so much has changed since then.
Here's an early composition for piano written by myself which is titled Melody in G-sharp major, the same name as the subject title. As many of you might have guessed, G-sharp major is the enharmonic equivalent to A-flat major (they sound the same). Consider this key to be the version of A-flat major with sharps instead of flats.
I must admit it's sort of unconventional to write a piece in the key of G-sharp major, and in fact, I had to make up a proper key signature that would fit it well, F-double-sharp and all. This key would be the parallel major of G-sharp minor. It's relative minor would be E-sharp minor, which sounds like F minor.
This piece was written sometime during the early to mid-2000s, I'd say circa 2003, and it is very short in length. I copied the composition note-by-note from the original piece of paper onto a Musescore project earlier today, and you can view it by way of PDF and listen to it on a MIDI file, both of which are attached to this topic.
Note: Please forgive the messiness in the key signature, as there is currently no way to transpose it between different clefs other than manually, as well as no way to even align it properly.