I don't get on the forums much anymore, and this UI is garbage, but I could use a hand none-the-less.
I'm looking for someone who plays french horn specifically. Take a peek at this here arrangement:
I jammed it together from memory of playing it forever ago, snagging the main bits from ISMLP. Very often, my horn parts are the last to be arranged and usually get the worst hodge podge of voices. This is a great example of how not to write for any instrument in general, but it happens. This was in c minor, now it's in g minor, and the french horn is simply way to low.
I have a good sense of the comfort level for the other instruments as I play them, but I've done little more than fart around with horn. I'd greatly appreciate some cries of resentment and guidance on how it should be if you could.
Im sorry, there are no more sax spots left... Alto Max: 5 and we have 5 and Tenor max: 2 and we have 2
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And do you use such tricks in your work?
Who ever can make the best piece of music in this group will get admin.
Tell me about the instrument you like.
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*Sax Alto (Ou instrumento em Eb)
Does anyone know if you can automatically transpose the key of an entire part using the Musescore software? If so I can't figure it out, and really don't want to transpose by hand. I'm trying to arrange a piece for a sax quartet.
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Hello. I'm a new member of the group & a fairly inexperienced musescore user. I've been playing the trombone for 51 years & the euphonium & baritone for 42. @ 10 of those years professionally & 25 semi-professionally, & the rest just for fun. I've played in many groups of different styles, but my favorites have been big band, brass quintet, & symphony orchestra. I've also enjoyed tuba-euphonium ensembles & trombone ensembles. Merry TubaChristmas is one of my favorite annual events. Due to pain & wear and tear, I've recently had to put down my trombone - at least for a while. But I'm enjoying playing my new euphonium. I've been arranging for big band & brass ensembles for more than 20 years.
This may be the wrong place for this question... Is there a way to transpose & print the transposition? Thanks in advance.
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I've convinced my director to get my saxophone section new mouthpieces for jazz. I've been researching them for a while, but have not found good mouthpieces for a good price. Any recommendations? We have 2 altos, 2 tenors, and I play bari.
I started the first section as an exercise for modulation, and then decided to expand it into a dance suite. I wrote the sections in the following sequence: prelude, gigue, sarabande, allemande, and minuet.
The minuet was written yesterday during a day-long severe headache, which is a little different from the other parts. I am not sure if it sounds alright here, or I should replace it with a "normal" one.
Any comments about this suite is welcomed!
Also, I would be grateful if cellists can help me to correct the notation (many thanks to Teodor Lontos for his previous help).
And to you, I have 2 questions:
1. Above which pitch would you prefer a treble clef?
2. For a piece with changing tones, would you prefer key signatures or just mark it with the notes (as the present version does)?
Thanks and have a nice Sunday.
Hello! I am looking for sheet music for a violin and cello duet! It's been pretty hard searching for a piece that both sounds good and is pretty challenging. If anyone can send over some great pieces (from musescore) or even websites that have free and good sheet music that'd be great! Thanks for your help in advance! :))
In this group, I will help ANYONE with a Saxophone! I will love to help! I myself play the Alto Saxophone, But I will help Alto, Tenor, or Baritone Saxophone! Just Keep in mind... If you need help, Please join my group! Also if you need help with a song, I can somehow help you! :) If you want to join please click join!
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