Ich habe einen vierstimmigen Chorsatz.
Den Sopran, den Alt und den Bass habe ich ausgeblendet. So dass ich nur den "Tenorsatz" habe. Jetzt habe ich aber einige Takte die wenig oder keine Tenorstimme haben, aber immer noch in der Größe erscheinen, als würde der Text des z. B. Basses noch dort stehen.
Gibt es eine Möglichkeit diese Takte kleiner zu bekommen?
Das Stauchen habe ich schon gemacht. Die Takte können aber noch kleiner sein.
Damit ich den Satz auf eine Seite bekomme.
Vielen Dank für eure Hlife :-)
Ich habe einen vierstimmigen Chorsatz.
Okay so heres my dilemma, on musescore there is not one version of the Creed theme from the Creed movies. I'm thinking we need to change that. If anyone wants to work together on making a remake of "You're a Creed" from the soundtrack please let me know!
I added chordsToNotes to musescore, but it just doesn't work. Do you have any suggestions what I could do?
MuseScore 3 recently came out, and I've uploaded a score using this version. After launching the MuseScore Songbook App, I clicked on that score I uploaded. An error saying the score cannot load pops up.
I can only assume the app couldn't load that score because it was from MuseScore 3. Will this incompatibility be fixed soon?
Also can this be considered a symphony?
So how’s life? Does anyone else think that it is quiet here?
Wouldn't that be useful, and more importantly, why isn't this a thing yet?
Did MuseScore just run out of money, switch to a new IT staff (idk the technical names of anything development related), or just completely give up on life? It seems as though the site was great before and Songbook was good. Since then everything has gone to crap with poor costumer support/money scams*, new daily bugs, and old function-breaking bugs. You can’t even play scores without the musescore app. I hope made the point clear for anyone living under a rock for the past several months, I just want to know if anyone knows the story on this site's downfall?
Overall the issues with bugs in the website and app have been a major turnoff for me and the fellow users I know irl and got involved in MuseScore in the first place.
EDIT: *Money scams- too strong of a phase, my apologies. I was referring to the trouble cancelling a free trail and the subsequent $49.99 charge for an unwanted annual membership.
I read the online handbook about drag-and-drop for images onto sheet music, but whenever I try, I can't. The photos are JPG or PNG, I made sure of it when I culled and processed my photos. Is this another Musescore 3 bug or is it just not implemented yet?
Soon, I will be turning 18 and I will leave this group (although you will still see me hanging around actively on the other discussion groups), I just wanted to thank everyone who has been active in the Young Composer Group. Also, the admins of course, for keeping this great place running. :)
This group has meant a lot to me, as I had a place to start and not feel any pressure in screwing up. And, to be honest my pieces back then were just as bad as you would imagine a self taught teenager would be. Well, a lot has changed, so please don't go comment in my Op. 2 or something saying how good the piece is (unless you think it's fun to tease me)... :P
One of my first scores I posted here was my waltz Op.13, and by coincidence or rather serendipity, the score just reached over 1000 views a few weeks ago, so, I thought I'll end it where it all started. So, in commemoration of 1k views I have updated the waltz and of course feel free to write me a comment. https://musescore.com/colorsofsound1/scores/5184280
This is it, my journey of being a self-taught teen has ended. I am stepping into the shoes of an adult composer, and that journey is just getting started.
See you around!
Here are two YT videos which might be interesting for friends of Gould and those who want to get to know his understanding of J. S. Bach's music:
This is a CBC TV production from the 60s in which Gould gives a short but precise introduction to Bach's music and his position as a composer who was
"misunderstood, but certainly not because he was years ahead of his time but generations behind it."
In this video, Gould gives an (rather monological :) ) interview to the well-known director Bruno Monsaingeon, who made also films with Menuhin etc . Their conversation's topic are Bach's fugues (but not only those from the "Kunst der Fuge", as the title might pretend). Gould briefly analyses and performes e.g. BWV 878 (E major) and BWV 891 (Bb minor).