So i finally finished transcribing this one :3. I recomposed some parts to make it sound better.
Hi! I'm making a studio (I haven't finished it) and I want your opinions. If you think that something would be longer, shorter or if I should reapeat something. Thank you!
This the first time I posted here..
I'm searching about some sheet for "Dan Gibson" .. Forest Piano album
the songs I want..
Heart of Forest
Thanks for all......
I made this waltz almost 2 years ago, I will upload it when I have some free time :3, need feedback https://musescore.com/user/27130990/scores/5413857
If you’re interested in this please contact me through musescore...
This is the Allemande of my Suite No. 1 in B-flat Major. I has hoping to do it in the style of Bach... Soooo I hope I did ok...
Anyhow, here is the link:
Have any of you seen the movie "Hachi: A Dog's tale"?
Well, I've taken the liberty to transcribe (or do the best I could) the main theme called "Goodbye". The movie is very emotional and part of that is because of the music, composed by Jan A.P Kaczmarek.
I could not find any sheet music (besides some for piano, which was sort of inaccurate anyway) so I decided to transcribe it myself.
I'd love feedback though! Thanks in advance!
Here it is:
Hello, composers! So, for your original hymns that you write in MuseScore, I recommend you format them a specific way so that they fit nicely in a songbook and the words are not too small. To make it easy on you, you should create a 'style' that you load into every hymn you write.
I recommend opening up a new, blank score, going to Format > Page Settings, and changing the 'width' to 139.70mm and 'height' to 215.90mm. Then change the 'Staff Space' to 1.118mm.
Then I recommend going to Format > Style > Page and changing the 'Min. system distance' to 5.0sp.
Then to Format > Page Settings > Measure Numbers, and uncheck 'measure numbers.'
THEN to Format > Page Settings > Header, Footer, and, under 'Footer Text,' delete any time you see "$p" and delete "$:copyright:" from the 'even' row.
Finally, I would go to Format > Save Style, and save all this information as "hymn" somewhere you will remember. This way, every time you begin writing a new hymn, all you need to do is click Format > Load Style, and load up your "hymn" style. All this information you just input will be immediately applied to your hymn to make it look good and fit nicely into a songbook.
I learned all this the hard way when I put my congregation's supplementary songbook together. I didn't format the songs this way and they all turned out with the words too small and the page only being able to fit a maximum of four lines. Don't be Haden. Be smart.
I've taken the liberty in transcribing the Traditional March Downfall of Paris.
Please leave your comments!
René van Haaren