So, I've been working on 2 major pieces which will be included in my portfolio.I've tried to use my theoretical knowledge about music at most in these pieces. Hope you like it :) Can you give me feedback for my turquoise in b major & rondo in g minor?
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I'm starting to make videos like this one where I teach you how to play one of my original tenor licks, and MuseScore Drumline has helped me so much in making these kinds of videos! Honestly, I don't know of another program that does what it can do, and I probably wouldn't be able to do this without it.
I hope you guys enjoy the video, I had a lot of fun making it! All the sheet music is on profile on here, and the second video is on the way.
It's been a while since I uploaded my last score, but this time I'll do a request. Reply here and I just might make it!
* It should be from a video game, preferably indie.
* It should not already exist as an officially published score.
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New piece! i know this isnt a piano piece but i would love to hear what everyone thinks. Thank you! Enjoyed.
There is debate in the Bodhrán community, as to whether the playing should be written down or not. No Bodhrán player I know plays a tune the same way twice, and it is very much playing with the feel of the music.
Having said that, when I first started Bodhrán drumming I found it useful to have a guide as to what to do, so adding Bodhrán to MuseScore may help beginners. Also it would be useful to have the drumming added to a Tin Whistle score, for example, which gives a feel for what the two instruments will sound together.
However if you are dead set against Bodhrán notation, then I understand :-)
How many of you play the piano?
I get stuck mostly when writing front ensemble and it usually happens with keyboard instruments whether that's finding a rhythm or a groove or trying to blend with battery or building for an impact. Any tips?