and if you think other wise go jump in a river
The rules are simple.
Compose a piece of sheet music!
It doesn't have to be original but it does need to have alto sax and optional accompaniment.
There is no "Prize" but you do get to know that your piece was the one that I liked the best. There are no losers.
Submissions go in the comments.
Let the games begin!
Please have a listen and give some feedback, it'd be much appreciated!
Just to let people know, especially my followers, I have created my very own account of Sheet Music Plus, and many of the songs I have posted here on musescore.com will soon be transferred over to that website. (Some of them already have been, including Hallelujah and Only Time.) Once they have been transferred, they will no longer be available on this website. Just as a warning.
If you REALLY like the songs, go ahead and buy them on Sheet Music Plus:
Please check out my piece for solo piano called "The Drifting Waltz". Here's a video of me performing it along with the score:
And here's the musescore sheet music link:
You can find a description of the piece in either link. Would love to know what you guys think about it.
So I usually am not in the presence of staff paper, and I absolutely love graph paper for many things, so I created my own system of notation for when I have graph paper but no staff paper. It’s rudimentary and inefficient, but it makes practical sense. It’s not really meant to play off of, it’s more meant to keep track of rhythms and pitches for future use. Currently I’m using this system to transcribe and transport the sax solo from Youngblood Brass Band’s “Brooklyn” into Flat.io without changing tabs or removing instruments. I’m mildly proud of this system; I’ve used it in the past, up to a year ago, but I’ve refined it.
All you have to do is type the first thing you think of when you come to this group.
Hi, I am arranging church hymns traditionally played on piano, for classical guitar. I have just finished arranging "Rockingham" by Edward Miller (1790), which is a favourite tune for a number of hymns. Please feel free to check it out:
This piece is an homage a Erik Satie. He wrote 3 gymnopedies. Gymnos comes from greek word for nude and is also the root for the words gymnastic and gymnasium. The opposite word is "Angio" that means dressed or which has a contour. I think no more explanation needed. :) Hope you like it.
Since it's spooktober, I thought, that we also could include some sadness :(
I dunno, it would be nice with feedback. :)
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