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"Wild Horses" a short rough draft I've been working on

 I whipped this up in about two days for a /r/monthlycomposition challenge where I randomly generated four instruments and three different chord progressions. It was mostly just a way to get myself to sit down and work on something.

So far I like the direction it's headed in and eventually I'd like to expand it into a full concert band piece. Any suggestions or critiques are welcome!

https://musescore.com/user/1332821/scores/5638419

A rough quartet draft I'd like to turn into a concert band piece

I whipped this up in about two days for a /r/monthlycomposition challenge where I randomly generated four instruments and three different chord progressions. It was mostly just a way to get myself to sit down and work on something.

So far I like the direction it's headed in and eventually I'd like to expand it into a full concert band piece. Any suggestions or critiques are welcome!

https://musescore.com/user/1332821/scores/5638419

Bit of a weird question but...

 
Does anyone know a good chord progression which works both forwards and backwards?
So if I played a chord progression, then played the same chords in reverse order, it would still sound good? Preferably, if it could be happy/heroic sounding one way, and sad/scary the other way.
I know this would probably be quite an odd progression, so it doesn't need to fit into a key. Also, the chords don't have to be proper triads.

'Dimming' Private scores or doing something to make them distinguishable from public ones.

It would be nice (at least for me) if I could easily distinguish between my private and public scores.
For example, when looking at a set (which BTW the improvement to are great) it would be really cool if private scores were a different color, or just something to make it obvious that these are private.
Something to make private and public scores very obvious when scrolling.