So I had this idea for a show called "A Part". The show is about being apart, separated, from something but still being a part of that. In its essence, the show is about stars and how they are so lonely as individuals in the universe but they are a part of the universe, something much greater than themselves. This show theme is giving me really Blue Knights vibes and I just wanted your thoughts on if this could make a show. If anybody is interested I started writing some pit and soloist stuff that fits the theme really well, and if you want to take a shot at this theme I could send those over to you! Thanks for your thoughts, any comments are appreciated.
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.
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Does anyone have any Vocaloid songs they want me to recompose as sheet music?
I'm currently a Junior in highschool and I've decided to share a couple of my cadences, here's the one I wrote most recently. Please take a listen and give me some feedback. I'm considering buying Musescore Pro but even the year plan is expensive... Do you think it's worth it for me to buy it and upload more?
and if you think other wise go jump in a river
I made a cool arrangement of this song, with a neat drum feature.
I arranged another piece from Morse. Check it out, let me know what you think. Chances are, if you comment on mine, I'll take a look at yours. https://musescore.com/user/31989152/scores/5882300
Being totally honest, I kind of ran out of ideas for this nocturne. However, I might as well upload it anyway since it is listenable at least.
Nocturne No.2 in B Major: https://musescore.com/user/31902485/scores/5882219
That awkward moment when you have three discussions in a row but want your work to be heard.
Made my first Nocturne (E Major) today. If you want to listen, here is the link:
Here are my compositions so far (the ones that fit this group). Comments would be appreciated.
Serenade in C Minor: https://musescore.com/user/31902485/scores/5881082
Sequence Study in A Minor: https://musescore.com/user/31902485/scores/5880380
Sequence Study in C Minor: https://musescore.com/user/31902485/scores/5880373
Amiable No.1 in A Major: https://musescore.com/user/31902485/scores/5880358
A front ensemble lot tune! It has sound effects and panned audio! MANY time signatures (9 to be exact) and it sounds spectacular! You wouldn't wanna click away! Enjoy!
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I'm currently 15 and a Junior in highschool and I've decided to share a couple of my cadences, here's the one I wrote most recently. Please take a listen and give me some feedback. I'm considering buying Musescore Pro but even the year plan is expensive... Do you think it's worth it for me to buy it and upload more? https://musescore.com/user/28637296/scores/5878662
Ok, so I had a great idea: In short, it's Minecraft. And before you disclose this as a joke, here's an unnecessarily detailed synopses: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1urSuPIWT1yy7EMyWyo81kFSazDWxkMVF2YMWjU9iJmk/edit?usp=sharing
I actually think this show idea has a lot of potential to be a fantastic show from a design standpoint, but the issue I'm having is that as a percussionist (with most experience on rudimental and battery percussion, much less with mallets) I can only write drumline music really well.
So give this a read if you want, let me know what you think and if you so decide, you can message me if you're interested in helping me design this show. Thanks!
Hey, I wanted to write something for a group I'm a part of, but I can't find the drum corps templates in MDL, they're just not in my list. Anyone know a solution to this?
One of my first Etudes / Snare Solo pieces. Is it cool? Is it not? Let me know!
More to come!
I've uploaded a couple things now with Musescore Drumline and everyone of them has no audio on the Musescore website or when I tried uploading it on YouTube. Does anyone know why this is?