What do you think about this composition?
I tried to create my very first own composition from my autodidactic music theory and learning-by-doing knowledge. It is dedicated to my daughter Antonia, born just 10 days ago. ^^
It's a quite simple pop song with the 4 chord fool proof recipe. ;-) The total effort comes to 2 days or maybe 8 to 10 hours. It contains an intro, catchy chorus and two short verses. It ends with a little chorus variation. The 2nd verse has some jazzy chords. The motif is inspired by my daughters sweet hiccup.
Hope you like it,
I would love some feedback and opinion on my composition of "Brinking Rag". It is my latest score so no searching required.
I really really like this song and I think It will sound really pretty on the piano; but i have looked LITERALLY everywhere for the sheet music and haven't been able to find it. Unfortunately, my piano composition skills are very limited... lol So if any one wants to take on a challenge and write the sheet music just for fun that would be AMAZING! The song is called "I'll follow you" by Christon Gray. Thank you so much!!!
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So here is what I have of the impromptu so far. I know, it is just 10 measures, but I don't know what to write after those 10 measures. I do know however that I want the next part to accelerate from the slow Allegro of the introduction to a Presto tempo for the A section.
This is a piece i have been writing. Anyone who will listen is appreciated!!
https://musescore.com/user/26808935/scores/5428942 i have composers block you see. how should i finish one of them?
It can be pop, country, rock, hip hop, rap, ect. Just comment it below I will see if anyone has the same as mine!
I have spent a couple months learning MuseScore with the specific goal of using it to play my favorite classical music solos and jazz music exercises from my teenage years in the 1970's.
I was an alto sax player in my local high school concert band and jazz band. I have only played infrequently since that time and my playing skills have deteriorated.
My two main careers have been as a design drafter and IT professional. I decided to take the software learning skills I have acquired from these careers and use them to play my beloved sax music using a computer.
I started out with the MIDI Edition of Musitek's SmartScore music notation program with its built-in Aria player on-add that uses Garritan sounds. I even purchased the Garritan's Jazz and Big Bands add-on for Aria but found the added controls did not provide the effects I wanted. Perhaps with some work and/or using a Midi keyboard for input, I could get more realistic sounding sax music from the programs, but I wanted an easier (and cheaper) way. I also found SmartScore's focus was more on scanning in existing music. The amount of work need to learn to edit the scanned-in scores seemed a bit daunting.
So, I decided to try out the OpenSource MuseScore music notation program instead. I spent about a month reading the entire manual. I found it easy to learn and was relieved to find that my knowledge of reading music had not deteriorated as much as my manual dexterity has. I also discovered that transcribing the music is an enjoyable activity in itself. In fact, I find writing and modifying the scores as much fun as I do to listening to MuseScore playing them.
I have now transcribed about ten scores into MuseScore and played around with how to adapt them to get the best sounding saxophone I can. I have found that the native MuseScore alto sax soundfont is pretty good in that it has some vibrato built in. I also have experimented with a number of other other sax soundfonts recommended on the MuseScore forum. I recommend that other folks who want to get better sax sounds to try these other soundfounts out too and find one that meets their particular needs.
I wish to pass on a few methods I have learned for how to adapt music scores written using MuseScore for the purpose of using MuseScore to play them and export them out as WAV files. Of course, these hints focus on making MusceScore play in the style that I have used on my actual saxophone.
1) MuseScore does not play Breathe marks so you can leave them off of scores. You can imitate a breathe by adding short rests instead.
2) I like to play musical phrases in a swelling style where the volume gets louder as the phrase proceeds and then gets softer as the phrase ends. To get this effect, I have to exaggerate dynamic changes for the crescendos and decrescendos. I find the phrase has to start at "mp" or "mf" and increase to "ff" or even "fff" to get the effect I want.
3) For accelerandos and decelerandos, I have found changing the tempo for each meaure in the range of measures where the tempo changes to get the effect I want. Another method I have used is to literally extend the lengths of the notes. For example, using quarter notes in places of eight notes. This works well for situations where the tempo change must be dramatic.
4) I have found I need to add more accent notes and staccato notes in MuseScore than in the original scores to reproduce my playing style. The musical scores modified in the ways I have described above would not be suitable for scores that you need to print out and have someone actually play using a musical instrument. However, they do give a bit more life to how MuseScore plays them.
I hope those wishing to use MuseSore in the way I have may find the methods listed above useful. I would love to hear any hints others may have for using MuseScore to play in a more lifelike manner. Finally, I wish to express by deepest gratitude to the makers of MuseScore for creating such a tremendous software program.
Hi, i'll contact you beacause i heard a beautiful song but i can not find the score,now if possible, some of you would be able to derive a piano music sheet of this amazing song called ''Coming Home'' by Nicolas Haelg, Sam Halabi, Adon. I would be very very grateful if make it possible. Thank you and have a good day!
Hello, I compose a impromptu in d minor. Please check it out and provide your comment.
I am a alto saxophone player who has around 2 1/2 years of experience and has been in private lessons and band the whole time
I never learned/misunderstood articulation and have been just blowing air. I believed that I sounded pretty good that way and could play advanced pieces.
Recently I learned this was wrong and I honestly sound terrible if I try to articulate. Should I play in band without articulation and practice articulation at home until I can articulate in band without sounded bad? Not sure what to do and if you all have videos for me to watch to help with my articulation (not that I think they will help; my private lesson teacher is very helpful and I still couldn't get tonguing down at all in 30 minutes; this could be because I have been playing a different way for 2 1/2 years)
I do wear Invisalign (not sure if that makes it harder to articulate)
So I have uploaded my Waltz in D here. It is quite unfinished. I don't even have the B section started yet. But I am thinking of using the F# at the end of the A section to modulate to another key for the B section. Here are the options I see:
I can't seem to decide which of these 4 keys to go to which is why I'm asking for feedback on it.
But I wouldn't mind feedback on the harmony and melody as well.
Here is the link:
Have any tips or tricks that you have learned and are waiting to share? I’m a professionally trained 8th level pianist waiting to share my training with anyone who needs it. If you have any experience in this realm or need help please fill free to comment.
I dont know if I already have posted in this group but, I need some feedback for this minuet
'Moonlight Amid The Ripples' in B Flat minor is my latest prelude.
I'll be making efforts to upload more often (every weekend, or at least one piece a week).
I would appreciate your feedback, as this took me a whole day and I also included a cadenza at the beginning, which I've never done before.