I would like to compose fugue, but I have found that I have a lack of ability to compose polyphonic or contrapuntal structures. Therefore, I would like to have some basic exercises from the beginning.
Please give me some suggestions if you can. Your advice and suggestions would definitely help me!!!
(However, my public examination will be held in April, I may not upload such quickly.)
Come check out my first arrangement for Airbag (A Norwegian Progressive Rock band)
Give me any feedback about it and whether I should continue arranging songs by them.
I am happy to say that there will be another piano battle. Unfortunately, the last one did not go so well. I hope this one turns out better.
Just like the last piano battle, this one will be a tournament. The best people move on.
Only join if you are able to submit on time (don't be afk)
If you lose, don't get mad, it's just a game
You have to have been playing piano for at least 1 year
More rules coming soon!
Piano Battles Website: https://edwardkonyrev.wixsite.com/piano-battle (Once you go on the website, make an account)
If you want to advertise, please do not hesitate to do so!
I am looking for story ideas for a new piano composition, can be anything.
Hi everyone, I recently did a cover of Country Roads, I would love it if you could give me some advice!
hi, I want to listen to "follow the yellow brick road" from the wizard of oz because it is my favourite song so please someone makes that song and upload musescore
This group has been around for a while, but seems to be quite dead... I've recently taken it over, and would love to have it active again!
So, if you are an active or new member, please leave a comment below to let me know you're even here.
Because now I have the opion of unlimited scors I will delete my scores and my account. I will move my scores to my account "Eleazart 3" All my other accounts will be deleted.
I am trying to add triplets to my score but I can't seem to find out how. Could someone help me out if you happen to know how? Thank you so much!
What do you think of a collective writing of variations for fun? A topic is asked, participants send variations on it, the result is composed and published.
I would love to take part in something like that. What if there are composers here (there are surely amateurs) who wouldn't mind?