It's a simple melody stated over 4 bars that I play around with.
Left hand is maybe a bit repetitive.
I would appreciate feedback on what I could have done differently. Particularly in the left hand to add colour.
This is my first piece and although some of it is kinda weird I like it, but could I have some feedback from your point of view? I'd like to hear what you have to say.
if there are 2 eighth notes, there'll be connected automatically. I want them separated, two single eighth notes. what shall I do? I didn't find somthing in the instruction.
I hope you understand what I want to know.
I arranged the song "Invisible" by the Italian singer Umberto Tozzi.
Asap, I will also load the score on musescore.
Tell me what you think?
I wrote this to explain how the major scale works, as well as intervals and counterpoint. I set some rules for myself when composing this: the piece had to be diatonic, no sharp dissonances, and should follow the 'rules' of counterpoint as much as possible.
Feedback is welcome!
I’ve been playing the Alto Saxophone for over 2 years now, and I’ve never used/owned a pad saver.
However I recently brought a new saxophone and the dealer insisted that I buy a pad saver as it is essential to prolong the life of a Saxophone,
He also mentioned that without a pad saver the saxophone pads would be at risk of moisture/humidity, which will reduce the life of the Saxophone pads to a year or two.
Now most of the advance/pro saxophonist I’ve met do not use pad savers, instead they prefer to use swabs to clean out all the moisture after playing the saxophone and keeping the case open for an hour or two to allow the residual moisture to dry out.
Moreover some(including me) believe that pad savers actually do more harm than good by retaining moisture in them, and if you keep it inside the Saxophone then it could damage the pads.
What are your thoughts about pad savers?
To celebrate my pro account, I composed a piano and cello duet arrangement of Hans Zimmer's Oogway Ascends. I'd love to hear any feedback you might have!
I have just created a group to compile a songbook of songs from Musescore (See group description for more detail, here's the link: http://musescore.com/groups/ultimate_songbook_of_musescore. We need all the people we can get to join, as it 30+ people to really kick start the path to publishing the song book, so it would be great for everybody to join!
Thanks in advance!
It is the first time I'm writing anything for strings so I started this with great uncertainty. Think it turned out rather well. This is a close to final draft.
I would like you appreciate this peruvian piece.
Finally uploaded my new work for advanced-proffesional level on violin, called "Diavolo Cappricioso" in honor to Paganini (who inspired me in this piece) and also because what it wants to tell.
Here, criticise my work, please:
I'm unsure if I should expand upon this... whatever you would call it I made several months ago for my anthropomorphic lucario persona (based on Pokemon Gold/Silver/Crystal's OST) or just scratch it and make a completely new score.
I'm not proficient in creating original compositions, and I lack the knowledge of many terms, but I'm going to get better and I hope to one day make my own large music piece.
(You're probably triggered because I most likely used several terms in the wrong ways.)
Does any one know where I can find the Prelude for Cello Suite no. 1 on Double bass
hello, can someone help me to improve my composing skills?I am 15 years old and this is my first piano sonata...
Some suggestion? https://musescore.com/user/29946050/scores/5266287
I just edited out a few mistakes in my latest score. Feedback appreciated
Encase you do like it follow for more pieces that I will be releasing shortly
A group of children want to perform a trio on cello, trumpet and flute. They really need help making the music sheet for Africa by Toto and need some urgent help. If anyone has free time and knows how to write music please help us write an easy version of Africa. Help will be appreciated a lot!