Not sure if there's a level beyond virtuoso, but I think this end of this piece (and some of the runs in the middle) would require it
I am working on composing a set of harmonized chorales, and want them to be formatted similarly to Bach's "371 4-Part Chorales", but don't know how.
In this piece, he put breaks between lines, as shown between #50 and 51.
How does one do this?
I wrote this piece that alludes to a Chinese Folk Melody. I'm not sure if the Wind parts are difficult to play. Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks :)
Hello, I deleted my old account (facebook) and created this one. I also uploaded my Op.1 No.1 Waltz here if anyone wants to view it. It's been updated a lot by the way, it isn't just a re-upload.
Here is something that is new and is supposed to help people become great piano players: www.beautifulsimplicitymusic.wordpress.com.
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
For those who don’t know Polyrhythm is the simultaneous use of two or more conflicting rhythms e.g. triplets at the same time as duplets
i am working on a piano sonata
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