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Welcome to the Official CMC Group

 Welcome to the official Classical Music Contest Group.

Composing Contests:
Any can upload their score to a contest as long as it fits into the contest description. You can also make your own contests as long as it is not a spam. Do not spam your compositions into a contest. Anyone who spams or trolls will be kicked out of the group. So please do not spam. You can only upload 3 or fewer scores per contest. Follow these rules & you can be in this group. Tell your friends, family, even people you don't know, about this group. But wait. There's more, join within the next 15 minutes & you will become a group admin, just pay separate processing & HANDELing. I hope you enjoy this group.

General Discussions:
You can also post general discussions (as long as they are not spam). You can ask questions, upload scores, ask for advice, ex. Just keep it family-friendly.

Posting Scores:
When you post scores you must tell who composed it. DO NOT SPAM!

Basic Comunity Rules:
Make sure that when you post a discussion that it is family-friendly & is not spam. 

New Years Resolutions

2019 is almost over and the Roaring 20s are coming back. Any recommendations for the new year? Right now I am in the middle of transcribing Hot for Teacher for drumset and trying to come up with percussion arrangements and original percussion solos and ensembles? If you have any ideas, feel free to share your ideas and suggestions. I would love to hear them!!!! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Free Musescore Drumline "Essential Rudiments" posters for USA teachers

We've printed 50 Musescore "Essential Rudiments" posters  https://musescore.com/mdl/checkitout 
and ready to send those to band directors, educators, studio teachers for completely FREE. One condition: we can send those to the educators, located in United States (because the printing company is located there).Just fill this form: 

https://forms.gle/7k6wWBTnDyXDtzMz9

Our team will be happy to send you this poster in the next 2 weeks! 
P.S. I will be happy to answer all your questions via m.kirilin@musescore.com 

THE HONEST GUITARIST

Hello and welcome to the "Honest Guitarist" a community of musicians on  common ground to mastering music in general and the guitar specifically.
First, a thank you to J.Herman for Everything Guitar and opening the way for guitar players to communicate their experiences.
To be perfectly honest and avoid wasting the readers time, let me state clearly that the ideas presented here are targeted toward the intermediate to advanced player and represents the most basic music and guitar knowledge that an aspiring musician should have command of before moving to more advanced study.
Although the material is advanced, any player should find something of interest to study or to encourage further research. 
The idea for presenting such a project was born of my own experiences.
After many years of playing I decided to further my studies under a professional tutor, only to discover many weaknesses in areas of music, harmonic function and guitar technique.
Although the experience was inspiring it was, to a greater extent, disheartening, discouraging and expensive.
While I did continue with my studies I also kept a list of things that I realized I should have known before attempting to learn at the "bended knee" of a professional teacher.

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After using MuseScore for some time and after recently completing a "master class" (I use the term loosely) it seemed to me that this great music software program could serve an excellent teaching tool to present that exact information.
Hopefully, the "scores" presented will generate some serious thought and study while the student awaits the next book or video or Heaven forbid spends a small fortune on Skype lessons.

I'm working on Book #1 and in the mean time here is a voicing of "Christmas Time Is Here"  for guitarists this season.
MERRY CHRISTMAS!