and feedback would be really helpful
heres the link to the first part (and part of the second part) of the first movement:
New minuet in my writing course, be curious and go and see! :) https://musescore.com/lucas_tartar/menuet-en-la-mineur
I'm (re) discovering this group. Happy to be here xD
Hey, I am currently working on arranging a song by ear and currently the flats and sharps are all over the place. I need help with picking a key signature for the piece. The chord progressions goes like this and changes about every 2 bars:
Ab minor, C minor, Ab minor, C minor
B minor, Eb minor, B minor, Eb minor
C# minor, G# minor, C# minor, G# minor
D minor, A minor 7, Bb minor 7, E minor
Then it repeats from the beginning again with the Ab minor, C minor stuff.
It is fine if it changes key signature every once in a while as this piece seems to modulate between keys quite a bit. I can't be changing key signatures every 2 bars though. What is your opinion on key signature?
Here is the sheet music:
I was wondering if somebody could help me with an issue that has been hindering me for some time now in various compositions:
Would anybody happen to know if it's possible to write simultaneous grace in MuseScore 3?
this is one of my original compositions.
this is one of my original songs
A composing playoff is a contest with 3 rounds (sometimes more depending on how many people enter on the first round). The first round anyone can enter their pieces in. When at least 5 people enter the contest, a few members (selected by me) will judge the top 3 winners. In the 2nd round, the top 3 will then compose another piece for the round. Then the same judges will judge the top 2. Then in the 3rd round (the final round), the last 2 winning contestants will compose yet another piece. Then the judges will judge the 1 winner of the round. The judges will vote on the reward for the winner.
It's common knowledge that BSG is one of the most active members on Musescore's help groups and help forums, but yesterday sources confirmed a new development: BSG actually lives on the help forum at musescore.org.
"Yup, it's true," a sheepish BSG admitted. "I was on there so often, it just made sense for me to move there and handle the new discussions as they came."
The MNGA staff would have liked to hold a longer, more in-depth interview with BSG, but he had to hurry home. There's a new discussion pending.
Breaking news this morning when the Musescore staff announced that they have removed the 5-score limit that has so long imposed non-pro users from showcasing more of their work.
"For a long time, score uploads have been limited for basic accounts and their owners were able to upload only five scores to MuseScore or pay for a PRO subscription to remove a limit, said Musescore staff member @mandelstamdavid. "But if you had more than five scores and your PRO ended, those additional scores got hidden." 
"We consider such a limit unfair," he continued. "The score catalog is the most valuable thing for MuseScore. Users shouldn't be restricted from uploading content to the site. The more scores we have, the more people can find suitable content."
Feedback was instantaneous and mostly positive. "Wow, thanks!" said @isabella82958, and @unknown-1 said, " WOW, thanks sooooooo much. I have always wanted to post more scores and didn't think it was right to have an alt account, so now I'm happy I didn't make one... this just made my day!!!"
The MNGA gives the MS staff a big, big thank you!
 Source: https://musescore.com/groups/improving-musescore-com/discuss/5058097
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