hello, i'm trying to find a good trombone solo for my all county audition. my range is an F or high B on a good day to a petal b flat and lower. i don't know if this helps. but ill be playing on a king 3b f concert. any help will be appreciated!
Rules: The rules are:
Must be for string quartet( 2 violins, 1 viola, 1 cello )
Must be a minute or longer
Can be any style
Deadline is 1/6/2020
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I've always wanted to learn how to play piano by ear.
I've watched YouTube videos, read some articles, but none seem to work. If you have any other websites or any tips or tricks on how to do it, please tell me. It would be greatly appreciated.
Hello! This is only the exposition section right now for the first movement of the Sonatina I am working on. Any advice or critique is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Hey my friends I have arranged Alan Walker's song 'Intro' by myself. Can someone give me some suggestions? I want to make it much better :D
❤Hope you like it!❤
hello everyone. I have just finished writing a new piano piece
. comment and feelback would be awesome. :)))
I uploaded a scherzo for solo violin , check it out:
It's really horrendous !
Hope you enjoy!
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So I am writing a Scherzo in the key of Eb major for a String Quartet. And the question came to mind of what minor key to use for the Trio section. I'm pretty certain that I want to do a shift from major to minor, since most Scherzi have either a shift from major to minor or vice versa as you get into the Trio section. But the question is what minor key to use for the Trio? I see these as my options:
- Eb minor - Parallel minor(notating it as D# minor would make it slightly easier for strings, right?
- C minor - Relative minor
- G minor - Mediant minor(which I generally consider to be distantly related but not as distantly related as say C major and Bb major)
- Circle of fifths motion - These would include Bb minor(the minor dominant) and Ab minor(which for strings should probably be notated as G# minor), F minor could probably be included here too(ii of Eb)
I'm thinking that maybe I should use C minor as my minor key, since that keeps both the close relation and the ease to play, while easily adding some dramatic contrast(especially when combining this with a time signature switch, as I will be doing in my Scherzo in Eb, where the Eb major Scherzo and Coda are in 2/4 and the Trio is in 6/8). But, I don't know for sure. So, I was thinking that maybe I should ask the people in this group which minor key they would prefer to have come after Eb major in the Trio section of a Scherzo.
For some added context, several times in the Eb major Scherzo section, I tonicize Bb briefly before going back to Eb major
So would you prefer that I use the key of Eb minor since the majority of Scherzi have this parallel key switch? Or would you prefer that I use C minor because it is easy to play? Or would you prefer that I move to the Mediant minor of G minor because it kind of reminds you of the Bb major that has previously appeared in the Scherzo? Or would you prefer that I move by Circle of Fifths to a different key?
Hello my friends. My first time
Dear Woodwinds, I have now finished my arrangement of Robert Fuchs' sonata for double bass and piano from 1913, whereby the piano is transformed into a wind quintet. I had a lot of fun making it and I think that shines through in the final result. I already posted about this a year ago but I only had one movement sketched out back then. Please have a listen, it might be fun.
Halfway to the unholy number.
Is what it says on the tin! i couldve have spent longer on this and some parts arent the best written but it was just for fun! Please give feedback