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Please check out my new piece for solo piano ( Rondo Comique):
FEEDBACK IS MORE THAN WELCOME AND MUCH APPRECIATED!
Hope y'all are having a great day!
This one is mainly a question for high brass but if any other could help me that would be great. I'm in 11th grade and I am a 3rd year trumpet. Right now, we are focusing on marching songs, but after Football season, we mainly play concert songs. One of those is a pretty well known trumpet piece called "A Trumpeter's Lullaby". I normally am a second chair but my band director "surprised me" and gave me solo. I've played it before but never solo. Since I am doing the solo, should I use vibrato at the appropriate times? If so, what method should I use? I obviously wouldn't use the wind speed method. So I would either use my hand or move my jaw slightly. Which one should I use? Let me know!
noticed that i couldn't find a 100% correct or close to it transcription of megalovania of careless whisper for alto sax.
made one of each.
They're both also in the group sheet music
Hi there! I have yet another piece I'm looking for feedback on (again, preferably constructive criticism, but hey). Please comment on the piece itself preferably, but idc if you post here either.
I've been sitting on this group for over a year without really doing anything with it. Its original purpose was to bring together the drum corps community on MuseScore by allowing others to post their own drum corps arrangements. In my original post on this group, I mentioned that I wanted to start a series of competitions that you guys can participate in, and I'm happy to say that I'm going to give a go, starting today!
So, what is the first competition?
I want to start off with something simple: Create a drum corps arrangement for any song that has a color in its name.
Here are the rules:
- Follow typical drum corps format (3 trumpet, 2 mellophone, 3 baritone, 1-2 tuba)
- You don't need to include percussion, but it might increase your chances of winning
- Only submit one arrangement per person!
- Arrangement must be at least 1:30 long, but no more than 5:00
When you're ready to enter, just reply to this post with a link to your arrangement.
So, if you win... what do you actually win? In the future, I hope to offer a month of Musescore Pro to winners. Maybe if enough people show interest? For this first competition, though, I will post the winner's arrangement to my YouTube channel, with a link(s) to whatever you want to advertise. Your YouTube, your Instagram, whatever!
Assuming people actually participate, I plan to end this competition by Monday, 10/21. Have fun!
Please listen to my piece on Taps and give me feedback please!
Hi all, there used to be a flute piece titled "end credits", but it was taken down when the user's account got suspended. Does anyone else know what piece I'm referencing, and can anyone remake it? (I'm not too good in the composing area).
just comment anything
OK maybe something else XD lol
Ive updated my account (hope u like it)
i will be changing my profile picture evry week if i feel like it.
There was an alto saxophone piece by Pieridot that then got copyright striked and shut down. Can someone make something like this piece?
i've been meaning to ask this for a while, but what is patrick doing in the group icon?
Just joined Musescore. I am trying to upload a XML and the upload button does not work. i have not been able to upload any file at all to the system. I'm sure its something obvious but any pointers in the right direction welcome.
Does anybody have the score of the Trombone Solo of the Overtime from YBBB? I would be very interested in this!
This is a piece I wrote and transcribed just today, I want to know what everyone thinks and how I can improve as a composer. Thank you for your time.
This is one of my first scores, so any and all feedback would be great (although preferably constructive criticism). Thank you!
Piccola suite Op. 18 per clarinetto solo: Preludio, Allemanda, Sarabanda e Giga. It was written in 1999. I revised and edited this week. Thank you for listening.