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Orpheus' Evolution

 https://musescore.com/user/16013626/scores/5478631

Please use the separate audio file to listen to this, MuseScore will not play it properly, I CAN'T STRESS THIS ENOUGH! Thanks  

This is a piece I wrote for the FFA Competition. Ever since first learning about Orpheus, I have wanted to write some kind of piece inspired by his legend. For those of you who don't know, Orpheus was, in Ancient Greek mythology, the first musician. The brief for the piece was five musical styles, and I could think of no better opportunity to use this as a way of showing Orpheus' legacy. I hope you enjoy it!  The different styles are separated by a double bar line. They are as follows: 

-Ancient (I was going for an Ancient Greek feel here, hence  Orpheus)
-March 
-Romantic 
-Blues/Swing 
-Neoclassical Film Score  Also find it, and other pieces of mine, right here: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVAWiOYleQo&feature=youtu.be

RULES (Must Be Read Before Sign Up)!

Thanks for joining! If you're thinking of competing in this awesome group, there a few rules that must be announced before you sign up. 

1. No plagiarism! (No exceptions and will be removed).

2. No foul language (of any kind, includes bullying and offensive language otherwise you will be removed).

3. Must sign in first. If you compete without signing in, it makes things harder for Jay and me to ref.

4. Scores must be added to this group once completed so that we can have easy access to them.

5. NO randomly entering scores in if you haven't signed in! This will result in the unfortunate removal of the member and the score added. It makes things very hard and disorganized for us Admins.

6. Have a good time!!! :D

If you agree to these terms then type a "Y" if you agree, or an "N" if you don't agree. If you don't agree, unfortunately you will have to be removed. (These rules apply to those cheering on contestants as well). Doing this helps keep things organized and easier for Jay and me to keep things in check, and ready for a fun and friendly competition. Phew! Thanks everyone!

-John

is there a way to share a link to a private set with another user?

I have created a few sets which I don't want to make publicly accessible, so i marked them as private. I wanted to share the links to these sets with another user with whom I collaborate in a private group. These sets contain specific selections of the sheet music we share in our private group and I wanted to use the set pages as overview.

But it seems that - different from sheet music pages -  noone else can access a private set via the link to the set page, except myself when I'm logged in.  I have even created a separate account in order to check whether it would accessible for another user, but it isn't.  Is this a bug or  is it just not  foreseen to share a secret link to a set?

Unfortunately, as written before, the sheet music in our group is sorted descending by the date when the score was added to the group. If there were other possibilities to sort, search and or filter in a group's sheet music, I would use these, so the set is just a workaround.   But we  need to find some way to retrieve sheet music in the group morre efficiently.  Some of the scores were added quite early after creation of the group, and were updated a few times meanwhile, but due to the sorting order they appear at the very end when one goes through the sheet music. 

Playback Looping in the Middles of Pieces

This happens both on my iPhone Seven and iPad Air. I’m not too sure why, but whenever I want to listen to some music on the website, it will play fine until later into the piece. All of a sudden, the piece will restart and never finish—it will keep replaying constantly. This is irritating because I would really like to hear others’ works, and I am not always with a computer or laptop.

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance to everyone who offers advice!

Glissando across both staves of piano score bug?

I have this score I'm working on (a transcription), and while I'm able to extend a glissando across both staves, it causes a weird increase in space between the treble and bass staves, and it's not stable either, it sort of drifts when the score is recalculated.

I've fallen back to separate glissandos in the bass and treble clef (e.g. bar 59 of https://musescore.com/user/29901930/scores/5476388), but it looks wonky and of course doesn't really convey that it's one rolling chord from top-to-bottom (or bottom-to-top).

Latest 3.0 version, Mac.