Can anyone give me some feedback on this blog? Not many people have responded, but I would really like to find out what some of you think. www.beautifulsimplicitymusic.wordpress.com
Heyo, so this is basically my first fully-fledged solo piano composition. It's a set of variations that I was hoping to enter into a competition soon. I should note that I have minimal piano experience myself, so if anyone notices a part that is literally unplayable/incredibly unconventional, I would super duper appreciate if you could point that out to me. All feedback is appreciated--thank y'all so much!
hear my new piece!!
Give me your opinion, (it will help me a lot) :D
Hello, I deleted my old account (facebook) and created this one. I also uploaded my Op.1 No.1 Waltz here if anyone wants to view it. It's been updated a lot by the way, it isn't just a re-upload.
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Check out my score i just uploaded! Avengers: Infinity War Porch for String Ensemble!
Mine are The Hobbit / Lord of the Rings Melodies.
This is the piano score of something big I've got coming next month. I don't really want to say much more than that just yet, but this is quite exciting for me, as it's my first proper commission. It gets released in just over a month, but I couldn't wait much longer, so arranged this from it. It's not a perfect piano arrangement, but I mainly wanted something to show off what's coming soon!
In most piano music, when the player needs to shift their hand to a new position, the finger numbers have an oval circle around them if there is more than one (for example 1,3,5 or 2,4).
In musescore, it only gives the option of a circle or square for the finger numbers. This does not follow the music notation that is normally seen once you have 2 or 3 finger numbers.
Is there a way to make the circles oval like standard notation when you have 2 or 3 finger numbers stacked that need to move? I have already tried to make the circle smaller, it doesn't really help, and starts cutting off the finger number if I change that too much....