Up until this arrangement, I've only ever arranged for a capella and general choral settings, but I fell in love with the intro to "2009" and just had to arrange it. Please give me feedback and enjoy!
I'm pretty new and I'd love to know anybody is composing classical PIANO solo Musics! I'd love to listen to classical composer's piano music!
What have you been listening to lately? This morning, I listened to Leroy Anderson’s piano concerto (you may be familiar with his Christmas song, “Sleigh Ride”). I’m always curious about what other people enjoy!
I'm looking for simple (but not dumb!) arrangements for a group of traditional players of all ages and a range of skills. We are mostly a fiddle group, with 10 -12 fiddles, a couple of banjos, a piano and 1-2 guitars. We range in age from 10 to 85! I've been combing the internet and I've found a couple of things right here in musescore that look more interesting than the standard fare. I'd appreciate hearing from anyone.
This is my first full Mozart arrangement. I plan to do multiple more(maybe even all 18 Mozart sonatas). But this is his Piano Sonata in C minor. All 3 movements are there. Here is the link if you want to listen to it:
I found it perfectly fit for a trio, so I arranged it for a string trio. As for the triple and quadruple stops in the rondo. I put in arpeggio signs and then immediately made them invisible. So it will look like chords, but it will sound arpeggiated, which is the way a violinist would actually play a triple or quadruple stop.
Violinists, Cellists, Violists, I need your feedback. Did I write anything that is impossible? If so, what is it? I need to know so that I can improve this already great arrangement.
hey can someone please make piano sheet music to the song Misunderstood by wide awake? its a really good song and don't know why there isnt a piano version on musescore.
PS. its only on youtube. so look up "Misunderstood by wide awake" on youtube.
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I composed an entire minuet in just a few minutes. It is way better than my first minuet(I never even finished that one, it was so bad), but I still might need to make some changes, particularly to the B section. I used motives to both intensify the B section as it moves to F major and to de-intensify it as it moves back to Bb major. Overall, it is in rounded binary form, which is typical for minuets. Here's the link:
What do you think of my minuet? Does it need any changes? If so, what changes? I tried to stay in the Baroque style, thus the melody and countermelody, but should I have an ending chord to both confirm that it is the ending and make the number of bars even? That would leave me with a bit of a coda to my minuet, which isn't typical.