I was wondering if someone could write ASU version of maneater
I am writing a marching show and need someone to write front ensemble and possibly drum line if possible. Please contact me if interested
Hey, guys! I'm new here and have been recently writing an indoor percussion piece (I've only written front ensemble) and I need someone to write battery for it. I need a snare, 5 drum tenor/quintet quads, and 5 bass drums. Whoever is willing to do it must be able to stick to a schedule. I will credit you and allow you to post, but if you claim you wrote everything yourself, I WILL report you.
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I broke my laptop n I haven’t wrote music in soooo long, it deadass feel like i’m dying 😩😩
Hi there fellow string instrument players,
Outside of transcription and arranging for orchestra and occasionally smaller ensembles I am also a professional violin maker and restorer.
And for that reason, I am willing to try and answer every question on the subject of violins, violas, cellos and contrabasses in regard of construction, acoustics and history.
Questions can go from: 'How best to clean my violin' to 'What's so special about old instruments and especially those by Stradivarius'.
Please take note that my mother tongue isn't english, I'll always try to utilize the correct terms and words but mistakes are bound to be made!
Can you recommend me some pieces for viola to play alone? Maybe J.S.Bach (please don't say Prelude suite nº1) something short, about two pages, not much difficult... I hope you found something for me! Thank you! <3
Hey, this a solo for 4.3 octave Marimba I made, any comments/feedback is appreciated!
Home(Solo Marimba): https://musescore.com/user/27604158/scores/5119996
Hey! I just joined this group because I hoped I could find people who loved mallet percussion as much as I do. I just added six of my pieces I've made to the group and hoped I could get some feedback on them. Thank you and I hope to be able to help future composers and mallet percussionists! :D
I'm a bassoon player and composer who would appreciate advice on writing for strings. Please comment some general rules and techniques for string composition. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
I have a few Legend of Zelda songs I'd like to share:
Kass's song sung
Legendary hero (ok, Wind Waker, but still great, right?)
I hope Jaybird1 doesn't mind me posting here (if so, jaybird1, you may of course remove it)
I have almost a whole show written with no percussion. My background is in mostly wind arranging so a percussion arranger would be amazing! Thanks!
I really would love some feed back on these two original compositions. Please let me know if I can do anything to make these better. The pieces arn't really that hard, but if there is something as is odd, please point it out.
Thanks in advance!
I'm trying to arrange a string quartet cover of Bird Set Free by Sia and I have most of it done. I just need help with some of the parts where, in the song, Sia is just riffing and singing kind of free in the background. Her doing that makes it really dramatic and highlights the climax which is why I want to try and imitate it. But I can't figure out the notes or how to write it (the rhythms, ornamentations, etc.). So if anyone would be interested in helping me out I'd really appreciate it! Just let me know and I'll send you the piece.
Hi everyone! I've been a part of the drum corps community on Musescore for a few years now, and have been adding my DCI transcriptions to the groups on here ever since. I've been into making my own original drum corps arrangements recently and noticed that there was no group specifically for drum corps arrangements. So, here it is!
I have no idea how popular this group is going to be, but that's okay. If it does become relatively active, I DO have a few ideas for it. The biggest one I have in mind is a weekly/bi-monthly/monthly drum corps arrangement competition. You know, "make an arrangement for this song," or "make an arrangement that fits this theme," or even "write a full original show." Stuff like that. If it gets big enough, there could even be prizes involved!
Let me know how you think this group should evolve, or if it even should. Also, sorry if the name is stupid. I thought it was clever.
If you're just stopping by for the first time, welcome! What you're likely to find here is exactly what the group's title is, everything marimba. If you're not a percussionist you're still welcome to stick around, but you may not fit in as well as some of the other people. So if you made it this far into this paragraph I'm sure you'd love being in this group, so go ahead and join us, check out some mallet pieces, and maybe even submit some of your own. :)
Hey, I'm relatively new to composing and I would really appreciate feedback on this piece. Especially on the beginning transition. But other than that please enjoy it.
What soundfont do you use? I tried many but still not happy. Thanks.