Would love feedback on this movement that is written in 6 days.
Hello. This is my first composition and I'd like to have some feedback. https://musescore.com/user/33591373/scores/5890090
Two days ago my Band Director has annoced that Solo and Ensemble Season has begun and we need to find groups. I’ve found my group, and it consist of 2 Trumpets, 2 Trombones and 1 Tuba. I’ve been searching everywhere for a piece that has the instruments we play, is there anyone who has composed/transcomposed a Solo and Ensemble Quintet like ours? Or recommend a piece that we can play/perform? btw: we are in the Wind Symphony Band in our high school.
A remake of Desert Outbreak, a score I composed some time ago. I incorporated a lot more instruments this around and made some other changes. https://musescore.com/user/31293714/scores/5898621
This group has been around for a while, but seems to be quite dead... I've recently taken it over, and would love to have it active again!
So, if you are an active or new member, please leave a comment below to let me know you're even here.
Just finished writing this for a year after learning orchestration. Any criticism for the orchestration are welcomed. For the concerto itself, I wanted it to have a "brilliant" style that is balanced with the orchestra tuttis.
Thank you in advance.
Let me know what you think.
Say why did you pick the viola as your instrument
(Or any other instruments)
I picked the viola because it sounds low, I don’t like to high sound.
This is Vash Hartman's alternate account because google hates me.
check out my score for string quartet
tell me what you think
Check out my score for string quartet
I am pretty new to composing (only started 2-3 years ago) and I would like any critique, feedback, or suggestions, etc. for some of my original comps.
This would be greatly appreciated Thanks :)
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4 2017 Original Comps
I'm composing a sonata in C minor, I have finished the first movement. Please give me some feedback about how it sounds, and also about the difficulty of the piece if someone is a pianist.
Thanks in advance for the comments.
This is the first time that I have arranged a Chopin piece. Not only that, but it is the first Chopin piece I ever played, so I am very familiar with this piece. I know, I need a countermelody or something along those lines for the first violin. But there is a bit of a problem stopping me from doing this. That is just how close the second violin gets in pitch to the flute.
Typically, there is less than an octave of space between the second violin and the flute in any given beat. That doesn't allow for many countermelody notes if I want to keep things relatively consonant. And of course I want to keep things relatively consonant because of the beautiful melody in the flute. I also don't want to have the countermelody have so many short notes that it becomes the main melody. The flute is playing the main melody and I don't want to underwhelm that(I already get close to that with some of the forte dynamics).
There are no slurs in what I have written, mainly because the phrasing of the bass line is super clear just from the notation and, I have no idea where a flutist would take a breath. I can only barely get the first and second octaves to sound right, still doing that C major octave scale exercise and the staccato exercise on my flute. And this is after more than a month of flute practice, so while I technically can play melodies on the flute at this point, I am limited to legato melodies with short phrasing that aren't super elaborate.
What do you think of my arrangement of Chopin's Nocturne in Eb?
Any of my kind present?