I don't know if this is appropriate to post here, but I couldn't find anything against it, and the group is labeled as general discussion, so yeah. Anyways, I used to listen to an avant-garde experimental solo accordion piece created by a russian/soviet composer. I don't know if the composer was female but I think she was. Then it vanished out of YouTube for some reason, and I couldn't find it again. One thing unique about that piece is that there are places in the music where the keys are mashed to create tone clusters, and the sheet music for it has some parts where glissandos are notated very T H I C C and huge, for some reason. Also some parts have odd rhythm subdivisions I think. Does anyone have an idea about what is it? Thanks in advance!
This piano piece will take you to an adventure to the fallen mountain, a ancient civilizations that has long collapse under the mountain.
Tell me what you think and please let me know on any composing advice!
Hey, I have been using musescore to write some piano scores that I will be using for my next video game project!
Here are two:
- Fallen Mountain
- Lone Journey
Tell me what you think!
And feel free to share your own scores that you will be using in your video game projects!
does the order of the games matter? I want to play the xenoblade chronicles, but I only have enough money to buy one game. Should I get the second game for the switch, or the first one for the 3ds? I could also get the first game on the wii, but I can't really find any copies of it.
I recently got an email from Musescore stating that my arrangement of Bohemian Rhapsody had been removed for "reasons". I then saw that Musecore had removed all Queen-related scores. Does anybody know what has happened? I know that this had to do with copyright issues, but I thought making arrangements based on ear was okay.
Over the past nine-ish months I've been working on an album titled 'Harper'. It's about a trans girl named Harper who comes out to parents who aren't exactly accepting and in an area that really isn't any better. The only person she has for support is her best friend, Emily. At the end of the album, Harper is brutally murdered by a group of her classmates.
Obviously, I'm not finished, I plan on adding at least four or five more pieces, completely redoing 'Harper & Emily', possibly adding a couple things to 'The Closet', and either remastering or outright redoing 'The Funeral & Harper's Legacy'. However, I'd like some feedback on what I have so far. I've linked the two most recent pieces--'Harper's Theme' and 'Emily's Theme'-- as well as the album set
The album (such as it is)
Please check out my latest!
I say this respectfully. If you looked into the problem you could have fixed it in 4 minutes or less instead of sending me back to the .org forum. A botched audio on the .com site is not (I've been told) within the purview of the .org forum.
It is my assumption that you put the "manage audio sources" page there, you must know how it works.
I had a botched audio here https://musescore.com/user/29586932/scores/5642906
In trying to remedy the situation, I first made it worse. The 3 dots to the right of the added audio do not function. I ended up with 5 audios, none of which worked. what it came down to is this: I simply had to uncheck "default audio" on the ones with error. Software is new to some of us (like me) I did not want to inadvertently delete my work.
I think there is a serious void between the musescore.com and the app/.org where things gets lost. I've been here 10 months and this is the first time I could not get help.
I was disappointed.
One question remains (anybody)
The red delete space next to the blue save in "Manage audio sources"
Does it delete the particular audio or the score?
I was wondering what the most common saxophone variant is, whether is be soprano, alto, tenor, or baritone. Can you tell me your type.
Hello everyone, has any of you piano notes for the song "Behind the Horizon" by Hans-Günther Heumann (sung by udo Lindenberg) I would be very happy about the grades. I am a beginner. Greetings Eileen
Has anyone else gotten copyright claims to their scores??
I made a handful of Queen scores like Bohemian Rhapsody and We Are The Champions and they are now copyrighted.
From seeing the Queen section of Musescore. I can see many others got the same claim. It frustrates me that Musescore creates a whole section dedicated to Queen arrangements for it to be copyrighted. I understand that it was not our rightful song, but it was never intended for any wrongful doing.
Recently, Musescore.com users have noticed an increase in the number of scores blocked on the website. This is due to the requests of the copyright holders who own and control the rights to these songs. We fully understand your frustration and inconvenience, and we would like to tell you a few words about our attitude towards the situation and what we are doing to fix it.
Back in 2017, when Ultimate Guitar acquired Musescore, it was questionable whether Musescore was going to be allowed to continue its operations. Copyright holders, music trade associations and governments were aggressively working to shut down the website entirely.
However, because Ultimate Guitar had decades of experience in solving such problems and strong working relationships with right holders, it was confident that it could solve this problem. Ultimate Guitar created the concept of licensing tabs and felt that it could also solve the problem of licensing sheet music. Twenty years ago, right holders and governments were able to shut down almost every other guitar tab website, but Ultimate Guitar and its founder were able to accomplish something that was impossible - to make thousands of deals with songwriters and publishers to legalize Ultimate Guitar. Thanks to Ultimate Guitar, the guitar tablature market has become fully digital with every subsequent website following the model created by Ultimate Guitar.
After Ultimate Guitar acquired Musescore, we faced the necessity to once again negotiate license agreements with songwriters and music publishers. For the right holders, the market of scores is even more complex than the market of guitar tabs; there are many players who make money on score sales and are not ready to distribute them in an ad-supported model.
The current sheet music market has a simple model: either sell scores by the piece or grant access by subscription. This is why ad-supported access to scores often causes misunderstanding and rejection from the copyright owners. It’s just too innovative for the current market.
There are quite a lot of right holders and all of them have different attitudes towards the licensing of these rights. In some cases, it causes certain difficulties. Example: at this point, we have no right to publish scores related to certain popular films and some songs by a few major rock stars. There is one main reason for this, songwriters and publishers expect to be fairly paid for their songs, rewarded economically. Musescore must respect their position.
Right now we are actively negotiating with right holders, and we have made great progress. We have already reached agreements with almost 1500 music publishers, including almost all of the major music publishers, and every day we are working on licensing more content.
The biggest obstacle we have faced so far is our goal to keep the content free for download. We tried to find various solutions to this problem, but unfortunately, all options related to the free distribution of content are problematic for the copyright holders and artists. It’s the main reason for scores to get blocked.
This is why from now on the option to download scores in any format is no longer free.
We, as a company, strongly promote and support the open digital world and the free distribution of information. But we also respect the right of the artists for their work and livelihood. Without songwriters and artists, there is no music.
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Among other things, this step will reduce the amount of plagiarism and unfair downloads of your scores on the website.
We will continue to work with the right holders, and try to achieve more favorable license terms and hope that the current state of things will not be final.
This step will allow us to speed up the negotiation process and keep your work safe. We also hope to unblock the scores that have been blocked from the website earlier.
Author's original works and compositions from Public Domain
At the moment, unfortunately, we do not have a trustworthy tool to distinguish songs under copyright from songs available for distribution. It's a big problem we're working on. The value of our product lies in such scores and the authors of this content are very important for us. The current situation promises to be a major boost for development. We made a lot of effort recently to improve the catalog/listing of the website. We will now focus on working with independent authors and users who work with Public Domain music. We will release updates in the near future that will allow to open original scores to everyone.
We ask you to be patient with this process. Most likely we will need a lot of help from the community in order to be able to move forward and contribute to the free distribution of digital music in every way possible.
are there any pop-pieces out there, which can be played by a group of strings, woodwinds and a piano?