Hi everyone! This summer I will be competing in a show with a friend of mine and we will both be playing electric violin. We want to play a pop song but it has to be somewhat complicated. I would REALLY appreciate any song suggestions and/or sheet music. Thank y'all so much!
I really really like this song and I think It will sound really pretty on the piano; but i have looked LITERALLY everywhere for the sheet music and haven't been able to find it. Unfortunately, my piano composition skills are very limited... lol So if any one wants to take on a challenge and write the sheet music just for fun that would be AMAZING! The song is called "I'll follow you" by Christon Gray. Thank you so much!!!
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So here is what I have of the impromptu so far. I know, it is just 10 measures, but I don't know what to write after those 10 measures. I do know however that I want the next part to accelerate from the slow Allegro of the introduction to a Presto tempo for the A section.
This is a piece i have been writing. Anyone who will listen is appreciated!!
https://musescore.com/user/26808935/scores/5428942 i have composers block you see. how should i finish one of them?
Hi, i'll contact you beacause i heard a beautiful song but i can not find the score,now if possible, some of you would be able to derive a piano music sheet of this amazing song called ''Coming Home'' by Nicolas Haelg, Sam Halabi, Adon. I would be very very grateful if make it possible. Thank you and have a good day!
Hello, I compose a impromptu in d minor. Please check it out and provide your comment.
So I have uploaded my Waltz in D here. It is quite unfinished. I don't even have the B section started yet. But I am thinking of using the F# at the end of the A section to modulate to another key for the B section. Here are the options I see:
I can't seem to decide which of these 4 keys to go to which is why I'm asking for feedback on it.
But I wouldn't mind feedback on the harmony and melody as well.
Here is the link:
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I dont know if I already have posted in this group but, I need some feedback for this minuet
'Moonlight Amid The Ripples' in B Flat minor is my latest prelude.
I'll be making efforts to upload more often (every weekend, or at least one piece a week).
I would appreciate your feedback, as this took me a whole day and I also included a cadenza at the beginning, which I've never done before.
I’m having a competition! Most voted original song gets to be played!
It doesn’t really matter what the whole thing is about. It’s just gotta be like a story... I need strings, brass, and everything. Like Peter and The Wolf, you know? Each instrument representing a different character. I don’t care what the theme is, and heck, my teacher might not like it and no one might vote— but this could be fun. He recommended me using this so I can find some great song writers.
So I feel very creative in the key of C minor. For something like an impromptu or a symphony, that is great. But at the same time C minor feels intimidating. C minor, out of all the keys is where my music tends to go all Beethoven. In other words, I tend to have sudden dynamic changes, sudden tempo changes, every aspect of Beethoven's style in my C minor pieces. And this makes me nervous that if I finish a piece in C minor, there is going to be someone comparing me to Beethoven in a not so great way. At the same time though, I also get the feeling that I just don't know when to stop.
No matter how many cadences I have or how many measures I have written, I seriously don't know where to stop in a C minor piece. There are so many things I can do in C minor that I typically don't do in any other key. For example having bVII going to I, in the case of C minor that would be Bb going to Cm. I also feel like the Bb note is critical for the minor feeling of C minor. Without it, it feels too much like C major for me to think of it as really being C minor and I instead think of it as a transition to C major.
So how can I overcome this nervousness related to Beethoven's style showing up in my C minor pieces and how can I actually finish a piece when it feels like so much more could be done in the key of C minor?