That's my first violin solo
That's my first violin solo
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Okay so personally play the cello and are familiar with bass clef but can someone tell me if the violin part sounds good (piano and violin are 1st violin)
(clarinet and trumpet parts are 2nd violin parts)
THIS TOOK 30 Minutes To Write:
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I started studying trumpet in 2010, when It was arrround 2016 I got sick and didn´t preactice for almost a month, since then I can´t play higher notes, it has already been 2 years studying and I still can´t play them, what should I do?
I really liked composing this quartet (it took me around two weeks), and I just want feedback from others if it sounds good, (cool), or not.
I remade paganini's caprice no. 24 for soprano saxophone, so if any of you are good at soprano sax and want to try it, then go ahead and do it and record yourself playing it and send it to me.
here is the link to the sheet music: https://musescore.com/user/28342538/scores/5323997
p.s. Practice 40 hours a day :)
This is my first posted question, so I apoligize if it is not presented properly. Three years ago, I began teaching myself the alto saxophone. Now that I am 63 and playing easy old melodies on my cabin porch, There is one solo I cannot seem to find anywhere. The "Wanderer" by Dion & the Belmonts. I learned that it did exsist at one time as a solo for the alto sax. Does anyone know where I can find the sheet music. It is widely available for the tenor sax, but not the alto. I am not that proficiant to change the notes from tenor to alto. Thanks for your time, old chef.
I just posted the Theme to Jurassic Park take some time and tell me your thoughts.
@PoopFaceBomb made the tenor part so thanks to him I was able to transcript the rest, enjoy, favorite, and follow me, also drop a comment to tell me how I am Doing
I got a suggestion about maybe finding a new name. And I have no ideas. So, if you have an idea and what we could do for a name. Please let me know. I'd like this to be a group project!
violinisti primi secondi ,violisti,violoncellisti e contrabbassisti pugliesi disposti a suonare con una orchestra da almeno 50 persone con corni,trombe , clarinetti, oboe ,flauti,marimbe (forse),piatti , timpani (forse), fagotti.
dico forse perchè sono difficili da trasportare .
se conoscete qualcuno che suona uno di questi strumenti avvisatelo.
violinisti primi secondi ,violisti,violoncellisti e contrabbassisti pugliesi disposti a suonare con una orchestra da almeno 50 persone con corni,trombe , clarinetti, flauti,marimbe (forse),piatti , timpani (forse), fagotti.
dico forse perchè sono difficili da trasportare
Just wonderin' if u've found anything interesting would love to know! invite your friends too
if u think they might enjoy this group, post their names and then we will invite them!!!
Marc-Andre Hamelin is widely acclaimed as one of the greatest virtuosi alive, and has recorded all manner of pieces. I would like to enquire as to the personal preferences of this group with regard to this Canadian master?
My own favourite recordings of his:
Alkan's Symphonie pour Piano Seul; Concerto pour piano seul; Le Festin d'Esope.
Liszt's Sonata H-moll
Saint-Saens' Piano concerto no. 2, third movemnet.
That last piece he performs unassailably.