how do i get better at it. it's not a new concept for me i have to shift in most of my music but it could be better i don't know how to make it better. I've heard of scales but all i know are 2 octave scales I know how to do those already but i know there different types of scales that I've never been introduced to.
I don't know if it's just me or if it's the way we are taught but as viola i don't shift much and it sucks because when i do try to shift for the most part it's not the best it's definitely gotten better i can handle 3rd position and majority of 5th position but even number shifting seem to be a problem like 2nd and 4th and i've notice that it affects my confidence when playing up there witch causes me to shift slower and more sloppy people have told me to do scales but the only scales i know are 2 octave scales
I've watched countless videos on vibrato, yet I still can't develop a good vibrato, or any at all. Any clear explanations or tips would be extremely helpful!
Joaquin Rodrigo composed Concierto de Aranjuez in Paris, rue Saint Jacques, 159, in 1939, for Regina Sainz de la maza. Allegro con spirito is the first movement from Concierto de Aranjuez.
This is a work of transcription and I made several adjustments to orchestration without regard to mood and character.
great hope that this work will inspire other classical guitar and orchestra works
and Airbus is supremo
Also what the fricc is this banner picture?
I'm new staff on musescore.com, and I'm also musician.
Maybe it can be interesting for you to see some orchestra cover.
And it will be interesting to know your opinions about it:
I don't know so much about aviation, I just know what kinds of planes there are :P
Just in time for the Holidays, my simplified arrangement of Trepak from the Nutcracker! It stays in first position and is great for a student (or students) at the early Suzuki Bk. 4 level. I appreciate your comments and suggestions... Thank you!
So I play the viola. Obviously. I want to impress my teacher, with playing Bach's first cello suite. However, I understand there are different bowings? I have only played for 4 years, and haven't really developed the skill of "creating the music that you read". She gave me a couple lessons on the prelude, for me to find out I had been practicing with my bowings all wrong. So she told me to slur every four notes, no matter what. Then, I was looking on Musescore and found the entire first suite, but with different bowings on the prelude. So, could someone tell me the right bowings/arrangement I should use, or give me your preference?
I ran into this article and thought it was fascinating.
Would it be helpful for an AI to complete some gaps in your score?
my most complex piece yet.
would love to hear your critisism for better or worse
Hello good people of musescore!
I completed my first string quartet piece a while ago. I really need to have some feedback. I am a violinist myself, so i composed with technical difficulties in mind.
Have a great day!
If you have feedback, please share it by commenting on the score. Any feedback will help me create better arrangements. Thanks.
I'm upset because I lost $ 400 today, so I made this song. ( What did u think ?) https://musescore.com/user/29349318/scores/5304223
I'm upset because I lost $ 400 today, so I made this song.
Dude 400 fucking Dollares i hate my life so much i could die.
I also hate the college but that1s other topic
Please give some feedback!
I wrote my first piece for a string quartet (first piece ever) and I was wondering what people thought. I don't play strings myself but I do love writing for them and I'd love feedback from actual string players. Let me know what you think! https://musescore.com/user/26946823/scores/5301466