from all of us at Rudimental Drummers a happy new years eve and a great new year.
Here is our #MuseScoreMonday score for this week!
You may recognize this post if you joined the Get Your Music Heard! group. I've been searching for a good piano solo song that shows a degree of virtuoso, intellect and emotion, for quite some time now, and I'm wondering whether the members of this group has got what it takes to impress me! Each week I will set a particular style to follow (that is, to compose), and the style of piece allowed will change every week. Here is a guideline for some simple rules to follow:
1. Instrument: Piano Solo only
2. Duration of piece: Maximum of 7 minutes
3. Style of piece that is allowed this week: Impressionistic and/or Etude
4. Only one piece per person per style
5. How to leave the comment:
Example -> Etude:
Example -> Challenge accepted: (add link)
The submitted piece must be at the same difficulty and/or harder than these pieces mentioned:
1. "Prelude to the Water Sprites" from Prelude to the Water Sprites/The Water Sprites Allure and Curse by The Curious Guy:
2. "Splashes" from Reflections: A Suite of Picturesque Experiences by Skylighter
3. "Prelude in G# minor" by trngl
4."Etude in B major" by JustisB
5. "Paraphrase on Carol of the Bells" by yesverymuch
CHALLENGE(S) OF THE WEEK:
a) Do an Impressionist music representing the sea that is harder and/or equal to Prince781's At Sea -> link: https://musescore.com/prince781/at-sea-wip
b) Do a etude for the left hand only
I will personally rate them from a scale of 1-5. I rarely give a 1, but it's also very hard to earn a 4.5 to 5. The winner is the one with the highest rating in the week, and those with a score of 4.6 and above will be featured in the following week's contest and may possibly judge the next style's contest. I hope you join, and I look forward to listen!
And yet another #MuseScoreMonday!
Check out this traditional solo for snaredrum and bassdrum!
That's my first violin solo
Put your New Year's resolutions (if you do that) and what presents you get!
I hope for this group to get to about 50 members by 2020!
If you have anybody that you would like to invite, please list their names here, or if you would rather make a new discussions for it, it's all your choice!
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
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)
it's #MusescoreMonday again!!!
Especially for the Christmas we added a lick, written on the music
of 'All I want for Christmas' by Mariah Carey.
Happy drumming and have a great Christmas!
If anyone is interested, I recently created a new group called Percussion Solo and Duet Repertoire. I want the group to store as much percussion repertoire as possible that only requires on or two players to perform. This can also includes pieces that feature a percussion soloist (Ex: Bob Becker's Bye Bye Medley and Emmanuel Sejourne's Concerto for Marimba and String Orchestra). Here's the link if anyone is interested in joining:
Hello. I'm currently starting a project involving MDL SFZs being compatible with VDL keymaps. Since VDL is probably not going to change, I wanted, to try changing the SFZ of MDL so that MDL playback would match VDL playback with the same keymap. I would like to know if someone else has already started/finished doing this as I have only completed SnareLine Manual as of this post and I would not like to waste my time doing the rest if someone else has already made them. I think it would be a good idea to do this so that people using VDL with MuseScore could get VDL playback with their device and upload the same score and have MDL playback available on the website.
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.
Hello, everyone! I'm new to Musescore, and I decided to take my first stab at a percussion ensemble. Please, take a look and give me some feedback. Thanks! https://musescore.com/user/18217186/scores/5351925
Will we ever see sticking notation for unpitched percussion in the future, similar to what VDL + Finale/Sibelius offers?
I’m talking about text that usually reads R/L that affects playback. This could be useful for those looking to create realistic sound files for whatever purpose.
Planning on transcribing my part in a song (and possible solo) into Musescore
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