so.. i dont know how to play a string instrument or how to write a string quartet, but i did. the result of my lack of string knowledge is a piece that im pretty sure would be very difficult or maybe impossible to play. then again it could be really easy, who knows...
I'll probably sit some day and make it full lenght, so I'd like to know if it can be called that :).
So I've been working on this all day but I've been really stuck on how to continue from Measure 16. I feel like I should write something similar to Measure 9-16 before I transition to the next part but I'm not 100% sure. What do you think about the heterophony? Please let me know!
Hey, everybody. I'm writing a concerto and my ideas are running a little bit dry even though I'm only on the second movement. Could you please share some ideas.
I am a fan of Irish music (https://erickeller.es/), even though I live in Spain. I am learning to compose music. My latest entry has been this: https://erickeller.es/index.php/compose/70-2019-11-17-compose-do-you-remember.
Now I am looking for another great tune that could be worked into a larger composition. It should sound typically Irish and should be musically interesting, even challenging. I am particularly interested in a tune with a strong and potentially challenging flute track.
Would anyone have a particular suggestion? I would be happy to give ample credits for all suggestions and leads.
With my best wishes, Eric Keller
I'd like to try something fun in my new role as co-administrator of Laugh Silly. Each Month, I will name the best laugh-inducing, silly composition submitted during the month, at least according to me and then post the winners here.
You are also welcome to nominate what you think are the best of the month, also.
hey can someone make sheet music to the song "Highs and Lows" by Hillsong Young & Free please? this is one of my favorite songs by them and I can't find sheet music for it. Here is the link for it -
. I would love to be able to play it. So could someone make sheet music for it? Not really hard but not to easy difficulty.
So basically, if you don't like to listen to whole piece I'd really like you to give feedback for Third Movement.
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Hello everyone, I composed a minuet (for my writing class) and I just wanted to share it!
I don't know how to do it so I put the link right here : https://musescore.com/user/31016294/scores/5951263
Hello and welcome to the "Honest Guitarist" a community of musicians on common ground to mastering music in general and the guitar specifically.
First, a thank you to J.Herman for Everything Guitar and opening the way for guitar players to communicate their experiences.
To be perfectly honest and avoid wasting the readers time, let me state clearly that the ideas presented here are targeted toward the intermediate to advanced player and represents the most basic music and guitar knowledge that an aspiring musician should have command of before moving to more advanced study.
Although the material is advanced, any player should find something of interest to study or to encourage further research.
The idea for presenting such a project was born of my own experiences.
After many years of playing I decided to further my studies under a professional tutor, only to discover many weaknesses in areas of music, harmonic function and guitar technique.
Although the experience was inspiring it was, to a greater extent, disheartening, discouraging and expensive.
While I did continue with my studies I also kept a list of things that I realized I should have known before attempting to learn at the "bended knee" of a professional teacher.
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After using MuseScore for some time and after recently completing a "master class" (I use the term loosely) it seemed to me that this great music software program could serve an excellent teaching tool to present that exact information.
Hopefully, the "scores" presented will generate some serious thought and study while the student awaits the next book or video or Heaven forbid spends a small fortune on Skype lessons.
I'm working on Book #1 and in the mean time here is a voicing of "Christmas Time Is Here" for guitarists this season.