I have arranged Piano Sonata K 545 for a string quartet. It only took me 2 hours to arrange the entire first movement. The last time I have made an arrangement this quick was when I arranged The Four Seasons for a flute and piano duet. All my other arrangements have taken days to months to complete.
I only have the first movement of K 545 finished so far but if it took 2 hours to arrange the first movement(which is by far the most complex movement of the sonata), then it shouldn't take all that much longer to arrange the second and third movements. Maybe I will even get the sonata arrangement finished by tonight.
I would like some feedback on my arrangement for string quartet. Here is the link:
https://musescore.com/user/31782077/scores/5553531 If ya like it let me know, if not let me know .... either way praise the Lord...
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This is my first piano piece that i've published, and I don't really know what i'm doing. Tried to follow a structure though and that seemed to help. Please let me know if I can add something to help with the key change! https://musescore.com/user/31989152/scores/5552541
i would love to see opinions!
hello everyone. Ive been trying to learn this song for quite some time now but cant figure out how to play the rhythm starting in m18. I can play it just not without hesitating. For me since the quarter notes in the base clef are kinda in between to notes in the treble clef, its hard to play on beat (if that makes since). Does anyone know any tricks on the rhythm??
Heres the song-
A new piece borrowing elements from the 20th and 21st century; I promise you won't be disappointed. :)
I’ve finally completed the piano piece I’ve been working on the past couple weeks; it has been rather slow going this time. I could use some help giving it a title; any other comments/feedback is welcomed as well. Hope you enjoy!
I made this piece 18 years ago to imitate Bach's Prelude in C from WTC I, and it ended up modulating a lot. I am not a very good performer and I have no formal training in harmony. I know there are rules but I don't know them. I just listen to a lot of music and compose by ear. If I were to compose again, I guess it would be more complex, but it would still sound like this. Is it worth it?
At one point Notepreformer was exclusive to Sibelius but now on their site they have betas for Finale and Dorico. Why not make a version for musescore? That would be really awesome. It probably will not happen but that would be cool.