An attempt at converting a very simple excercise into something a bit more elaborate. I have an ancient edition of 'Teach Yourself to Compose Music' and this piece is based on some prescibed rythyms to which I had to add a meldy line.
The clarinet, the only instrument I've been taught and especially Mozart and Weber's clarinet music. But I haven't included it in this piece, as on musescore it dosen't sound as well and it's a pain to to write because it transposes.
ah so you play clarinet? cool my favorite instrument is flute, which is pretty obvious considering my username i play it though and i really like it i plan on majoring on playing it when i get to college
Thank you very much for that. It started as an excercise from 'Teach Yourself To Compose music' - adding a melody line to given rhythms and then I thought I'd hear what it sounded like fleshed out a bit. My knowledge of music theory is very limited but have always liked listening to classical music and like most people I guess compose imaginary works in my head in the bath.
haha well i like to listen to classical sometimes it gives me ideas for a new song just a random question what is your favorite instrument?
i like it a lot it's very pretty...and something interesting...we share last names weird right?
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