We need help taking over musescore (because the RSA empire is too big)
Post anything other here as long as it follows the rules. Have fun composing!
the new edition
I started transcribing "portals" from avengers endgame, and its still a WIP but id like to hear feedback. Thanks and enjoy!
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What instrument do you all play? I play piano and I trying to learn ukulele. And I'd love to learn cello! It is such a cool instrument!!!!
I would like to buy a synthesizer and after I have checked some offers on the internet, I have to say, I do not know, which is the best. I would need it for our family group - two accordions, flute, guitar, violin and piano. We would like to play for our grandfather and we can't just take piano from our home with us😉 So what would you recommend?
For those who don’t know Polyrhythm is the simultaneous use of two or more conflicting rhythms e.g. triplets at the same time as duplets
For me I can’t wait to be done my piano sonata but I also am excited to compose a concerto for piano and orchestra!
I'm a senior in high school (about to graduate), and these are two pieces that I worked on throughout the last few weeks of school that I'm pretty proud of:
with soundfont: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=re_-e96riEA&feature=youtu.be
La Marche di Vittoria-
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Are you a beginner, intermediate, or advanced in piano playing?
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.
I recently got a bit into listening to Czerny's etudes as actual compositions and it turns out a lot of them are quite elegant and beautiful. I feel like I have missed a whole world of piano music to listen to, because I was not taught to play art of finger dext nor any Hanon when I started out. The first piece titled ''etude'' that I started with was actually already Chopin's 25 no 1 and by then I already had quite the technique so I just felt like ranting a bit about how we should appreciate Czerny a bit more. It feels like he has just been neglected together with Hanon and Kabalevsky for being ''practice material''.
Btw here is my latest composition, a mazurka in the style of late romantic composers: