Finished up another piece titled "Rainwashed." It's meant to have the sort of washing, "shhhh" effect of a steady rainstorm. It is a quiet sort of "etude," as it is a good exercise in short arpeggios for the right hand. I hope you enjoy it!
woomie the veemo
hOW WILL WE DEFEAT THEM(dont assume linglings gender now)
Something I kind of wrote all in one go. I found the epigraph after the fact and felt it captured the mood of the piece.
Long story short, I got this game called "Battle cats", I went on to youtube to find videos of gameplay, found BGM for the game, loves it now.
If anyone could please tell me if these are actual pieces or ones actually just made for the video game, it would be great!
Here's my two favorite, I'm will attempt to arrange the first one, but if anyone could try, it would be great!
[b]Open to criticism, it sounds like a happy ending.[/b]
I picked some of the best Marvel score makers in Musescore. Thank you for Joining this group.
Not sure how many of you know about the MuseScore feature where you can synchronize a YouTube video with a score, but thought it could be pretty cool to sync up some lot videos.
Here is an example of a synchronized score: https://musescore.com/robin_m_butler/drum-corp
This could take the concept of Vic Firth's "Learn the Music" to the next level. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCq9eCicq8HmD80vSyIbp8w
...so here's a march!
Hesitant about posting here, since it doesn't really have piano, but yeah.
Hey! I'm working on a score -inspired by works composed by Hans Zimmer-, and I'd like you to check it out! It's for a competition due in a couple of days.
It's still a work in progress, and it's kinda short I know, but I'm working on it.
Feedback would be appreciated!
-Josue Quintero, 17
Violins and drums, basically