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in Piano

Hello!! Im kinda new in using musescore, and I stumbled upon a problem. You see I was wondering how I can put the notes of the f clef on the g clef, so its basically the bass notes on the g clef. So please Help?

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Hello

I use to play the horn at my school (like 5 years ago) and I didn't play until last week when I catch up to get a second hand horn.

I'm starting again with this instrument (my favorite) so... I hope I can get better on it.

Like an anime and video game lover I have been seen there is not much of those songs for horn so my idea is to transpose and arrange some of those song and upload it here on Musescore (also popular songs). I'm new on this thing of writting music so I will like to have some support if I need.

I'm from Panama, my main language is Spanish btw.

Thanks for your time.

EDIT: I have already uploaded 2 scores on my profile

Piece suggestions?

in Piano

Hey! (I don't know if this goes here, and if it doesn't feel free to take it down haha)

Anyways, lemme start this off by saying I'm a middle schooler and I've been playing playing piano for about 7 years. (7 years may sound like a long time, but if you want a sort of reference, I'm nowhere near the ABRSM 7th grade level) I'm currently not taking lessons, but I'd like to keep up my skills. 

In short, I was wondering if you have any fun, medium-level piece suggestions for somebody like me?

Thanks! Any suggestions are much appreciated. :)

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