I really really like Disney music in general. (don't judge even tho I'm a teen) XD. I also like Imagine Dragons and Twenty One Pilots. I don't really have a favorite song tho....... Also, help. I've been bored lately and do y'all have any cheesy/corny jokes? LOL. Follow me on ROBLOX: smartypants0926. I haven't been active lately cause my dad blocked Roblox sooo. But my friend is helping me earn money on certain games while I am gone. CYAAAAA LATer!!!
Basically I think I make decent piano score covers and I wanna make money with this skill somehow (I'm in high school) so I was wonderin if there's anyway to do that.
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 :)
| LAKE OF SERENITY |
| RISE AND FALL |
4 2017 Original Comps
I’m at their Burn The Ships tour right now, and Luke came down, and he looked me directly in the eye and gave me a high five!
A lot of @ClassicMan's older scores, like beethoven's piano sonatas, don't show the actual score, so I have to download the score to see the notes.
Here's a screenshot of Piano Sonata No. 31, 1st movement:
via Imgflip Meme Generator
Here's a GIF of me opening the score:
via Imgflip GIF Maker
sorry I can't make it bigger
Hi there MuseScore!
We at the OpenScoreLiederProject would greatly appreciate a ‘download all’ button at least for all scores in a set, and at least for scores on one’s own account?
This would be extremely useful for those of us with multi-author projects, seeking to use the MuseScore.com holding as the version of record, but I’m sure it would be appreciated widely.
Alternatively, some kind of user-accessible backup on a version controlled site like Github would work.
I am sure that everyone here has different methods they use when composing. I am curious what we could learn from each other!
What are some things you have learned with your experience, and what are some things you would like to learn?
What are some way you deal with things like (song) writer's block?
It's called Underswitch. It's like Underswap but....
Does anyone know how to shift down to tenor clef? I've been trying to learn for ages now, but it never sounds quite right. Please help! Thanks :)
Developers, you have really improved the score upload page. The progress bar and ease of designating the attributes of a score are such a practical and friendly improvement. Thank you very much, and kudos. 👍
In the OpenScore Lieder Corpus, it is very common for individual scores (songs) to be part of a song cycle (a single collection listed on imslp.org as Public Domain, containing several different songs). For example:
Franz, Robert - 6 Gesänge, Op.6
Holmès, Augusta - 20 Mélodies
Holmès, Augusta - Les Heures
Previously such songs could have a PD flag attached, just by specifying the overall work (song cycle) as listed on imslp.org. But recently such songs apparently accept the named song cycle, acknowledged by MuseScore.com as an "Arrangement of a work in the Public Domain" - but the PD flag never appears after the Save action.
I suspect that this happens because the song's title does not exactly match the title of the Song Cycle, and an automated check then removes the carefully-saved PD flag.
Song Cycle: Franz, Robert - 6 Gesänge, Op.6
Song Title: Franz, Robert - 6 Gesänge, Op.6, No.6 - Tränen
If you look at these three examples of Song Cycles (Sets on MuseScore.com), you will see one or more songs in each Set without a PD flag. And these songs have been updated more than once to add their PD flag - but the flag never appears...