My second composition details the highlights of World War III, as portrayed in my book, "World War III".
Wow. This is GOOD!!!!
Trust me, it's not my best one. I rewrote it for concert band, and besides, I wrote this so long ago. At that time, I knew practically no music theory.
That was amazig! The begining was perfect and added a suspense and it fit well to the title. I wish I could call it my own!!
Thanks, but really? I don't think it's that good. I wrote that a few months back and it seems so...beginner-like now.
Good job, you made a good theme and really created great suspension in the opening!
Just a little goodhearted criticism: The short notes in the tuba sounds to me a little to comic for such a serious topic, but that may just be the point?? And just a little suggestion on your score-layout: Put woodwinds combined, brass combined, strings combined and percussion combined. That makes a cleaner score, and easier to read! :)
You really wrote a book on world war 3? Would be interesting to read! :)
Keep up the good work! :)
Short notes? Middle of the march section? Yeah... Still a work in progress. As for score layout, I have no clue how to add brackets to combine instrument groups. I just put it from highest to lowest pitches. And I'm only on chapter 6 in the book.
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