At one point Notepreformer was exclusive to Sibelius but now on their site they have betas for Finale and Dorico. Why not make a version for musescore? That would be really awesome. It probably will not happen but that would be cool.
please take a look and feel free to roast me into next tuesday
I recently saw Green Book. And heard some Jazz piano song that sound really good, Later find it is The Lonesome road by Don Shirley (but in the movie it peformed by Kris Bowers). I went finding the score on the internet but didn't find one. So I came here to ask if there are anyone who has the score or willing to make it if there are none of any problem. no paid, just coming to ask ;D (sorry for bad English my comrades)
Created in one hour. Feedback is welcome.
This blog looks pretty new. It sounds like it would be really good for learning piano. I think it has some interesting ideas. What do you all think about it? Would it be possible to use something like this to help you learn piano? Here is the website:
How many of you play the flute?
Hello I'm kinda new to piano I can play and read notes I am looking for some good not super hard pieces to play. Any thoughts?
This blog looks pretty new. It sounds like it would be really good for learning piano. I think it has some interesting ideas about short, simple pieces of music. What do you all think about it? Would it be possible to use something like this to help you learn piano? Here is the website:
It's a transcription, but I could add some stuff of my own
Hi, my name is Noah (Z. Værum) and i am a composer/clarinetist and i come from Denmark, i've composed a litlle piece for 4 horns, so i hope you like it. If you want to buy it, the link is below ;)
Hey guys, I've written several songs at this point but didn't know about these communities, so I figured I would share! Let me know what you think.
This piece, I created a few weeks ago. I've noticed that my style of composing seems to have gone into more impressionism lately... Make sure to read the description! :)
I am seeking advice from ensemble players and/or anyone reasonably experienced with scoring for winds, especially if you have a background in chamber music.
I compose and arrange for piano, strings, and guitar, but I am hoping to expand my horizon and beginning to look into orchestration in general.
I own a grand flute and have a basic understanding of what it can do and how it will sound not as MIDI but in real life. What it can cut through, and what it will only ever-so-slightly color.
By extension albeit to a lesser extent I can claim the same for the piccolo.
However, I have zero experience writing for oboe, clarinet, or bassoon.
The following piece is my very first attempt at balancing all five woodwinds mentioned above, and not just against one another but against five string instruments as well.
Owing to complete inexperience, at first I tried to tackle this by thinking in terms of flute and string quartet, and treating the rest of the players as supporting cast. I have no idea if that's the wisest thing to do, but that's what I know. So it starts off tame and only gradually grows more confident.
The piece is tonal and requires no virtuosity from any of the players. I am not concerned with what's playable and what isn't. I am concerned with balance, texture, and color.
So if the individual parts are unremarkable that's a good thing. My focus is on making them come together to form a cohesive whole. Not on pushing the envelope, but on acquiring an understanding of the basics. There's no point in writing the next Rite of Spring if you can't even orchestrate two bars of a simple waltz.
In brief, I have no idea how any of this will sound on actual instruments, what to look out for, and what not to worry about.
So if something jumps out at you as an experienced ensemble player, by all means do let me know.
If nothing does, all the better.
The runtime is six minutes.
Thank you in advance.