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I wrote my first piece for a string quartet (first piece ever) and I was wondering what people thought. I don't play strings myself but I do love writing for them and I'd love feedback from actual string players. Let me know what you think! https://musescore.com/user/26946823/scores/5301466
I wanna make a Lo Fi Hip Hop remix of Hopes And Dreams (Undertale soundtrack) and wanna a sax sample of a part of the melody.
I have published at My Scores a string trio in three movements, called "Bach in Retrospect". I would like to hear your opinions on it, In particular, how do you experience this piece by just hearing it: For example, as a piece of Bach, or perhaps as Bach imitation, or still otherwise. I'm interested in your (critical) opinions.
I'm about to get an alto saxophone within the next weeks. I will be joining band (Concert and Marching), and I was wondering if there was anything I need to know before I start. I can read defgabcdefg, and am starting to study scales and fingerings.
Hi! I am a 8th grade viola player! I am looking for a piece that I can practice and play at the end of the year in front of my teacher so that I can move up in my orchestra class. Please help me find a piece that's not too hard but can show that I am capable of playing at a 10th grade level. I would prefer that it be something modern or from a movie, but if you think it is a good piece please comment the name. I need all the help I can get. Please nothing too hard or too easy. Thanks!
Hi! I am in advanced orchestra in middle school. I am going to highschool next year and plan on auditioning for a magnet school for the violin. Do you have any song suggestions that I could play? Thank you!
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Hello! I've been playing Tenor Saxophone for 5 years now and I am curious about a good investment. I currently have an Allora Intermediate Series Tenor and I would like to have a more permanent investment saxophone.
Another topic I would like to know more about is a good Soprano Saxophone investment since if you don't buy a good one, repairs can get quite expensive!
Hello Saxophone community! The topic of discussion is the hardest piece you have ever played. This can include any piece you have attempted to play or have played in the past as long as it was on a saxophone. Make sure to include the name of the piece along with who composed it. You can also include a piece you are currently learning!
So today, I just got my brand new bari :,). It was totally amazing but I found that the tone quality on the upper octave G to B sounded like they totally had an air leak. The sound just dipped in sound, and an audible leaky sound was coming though. I know there isn't really an issue with the rest of the bari but the notes sound so weak and undesirable. Any ways to fix this?
P.S: The octave mechanics seems to be fine, since the first octave closes shut when the other is activated and vice versa.
EDIT: When the air rushes out of the octave openings, it hits against the pads, making an airy, thin sound. I think this effect is similar to what happens when you whistle, but bring a finger close to the opening of your lips, making a weakened, airy sound. What do I do?
Can someone please help me play in the lower register of the Alto Saxophone? I can only go to a low b.
I play viola, but today I purchased a violin off of a mutual friend because I also wan't to start learning violin as well.
The person I purchased it off of said she played it in high school, and it shows. It has numerous scratches, but it has a really nice tone.
Anyways, the label inside of it looks something like this:
Handmade in Germany
Any help would be very appreciated!
I switched to bari about a month ago and I'm in marching band right now so I've already gotten used to most things about the bari but I still am having trouble with phrasing and just playing longer. Is there anyone who can help? Also does anyone have any other tips and tricks about other parts of playing it?
This suite is titled "Fantasy Suite" but the individual movements also have names. You can find more details about them in the descriptions. Thanks!