Must be in 20th or 21st century classical style
Longer than 1 minute
Winner's piece will be promoted
Due: 31st Jan, 2020
Does anyone on this discussion know the way the strings are numbered e. g Ukulele or Guitar. GCEA EADBGE Which string is the A, so I can number them.
Make Paganini Caprice No.24 Variations.
Must have all variations
Due Jan 20
Winner will get their piece promoted & a follow
So I want to learn how to play the song Into The Unknown from Frozen 2, and I found most of the notes and I'm trying my best to compose my own version of it, because I can't find a flute solo for it anywhere. There's a part where it goes "ah ah ah ah" in a really high pitched note, but I can't find or figure out what notes they are! So if you know what notes they are or you know a place where I can get the song in a flute solo version, please let me know.
It's probably my favorite piece from the movie and I've been trying to find sheets for it but there are none, And I'm terrible at playing songs after just hearing them. There are other parts in the song that aren't piano, But I'm pretty sure you could replace them with piano, Sorry for my bad english.
Is there anything in life, that you hope it just stays the same?
I hope that the way we celebrate celebrations never changes. I mean I do not want to celebrate Christmas in twenty years with hologram trees, Amazon packed presents and eat roast chicken made by automation. I can also imagine in the future that we will not have that much gatherings anymore as everyone will just video call each other in their living rooms. And there will be kids receiving presents in the form of Fortnite battle passes. For me, it would be bizarre to think of such idea.
Compose a full (4 movement or more) classical style symphony.
Must be more than 15 minutes (around 4 minutes per mvt)
Must be scored for 18th-century orchestra
The winner will get their piece promoted & I will follow them.
Due Feb 11
Rules: The rules are:
Can be for any instrument & any style
Must be a minute or longer
Award: 3 Winners will get a favorite follow & a piece dedicated to them.
You must add a due-date of your contest, then after the due date, you judge it.
RULES: The rules of this contest are:
You can compose for any 18th Century instrument or Orchestra. Such as Horns, Oboes, Flutes, Clarinets, Piano, Strings, Ex.
Award: 2 Winners will get a favorite, comment & follow (from me).
I have finally posted a transcription of 'Blueming' by IU! I haven't posted in a while, but I'm back now! Hope you enjoy. Don't forget to leave suggestions and feedback, too. Thank you!
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