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f*ck, marry, kill

heyo...another game :P
(also...if you don't like swear words just replace it with "kiss" - but the f word is the original title of the game)

Anyway basically someone gives three people (or things) and you choose one to kiss, one to marry, and one to kill. It's basically a fancier (and more fun) version of ranking 3 things in order of preference.
Ex. if someone said Bob, Joe, and Jeff, I could choose to kiss Bob, kill Joe, and marry Jeff, etc.
If the choices are things and not people..."marry" would mean you can have/experience the thing to its full extent, "kiss" would be to have/experience it to a partial extent, and "kill" would be to have the thing completely destroyed and you don't get to have it at all.

Sooo...yeah. Let's try...

1. Musix, Dookis, and Lordtroll

2. Dress spammers, people who fill up the entire community page by spamming "look at my score" in every single group they're in, and people who post passive aggressive "constructive" criticism on people's scores

3. a steinway piano, a 20 year's supply of your favourite food, and your current (or most recent) crush

4. your grades, your social life (both in-person and online), and your sleep

5. all your followers on musescore, all the people who regularly talk in this group, and everyone you're following on here

And feel free to make your own :P

What are the greatest symphonies ever written?

Here's the form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScsDacIV-6VMmCm4DfNtLeCJ06Urvi20HNGrrs__BwvWNP-Sg/viewform

The symphonies will be ranked on how many people vote for each one. No voting twice. Also say, '(composer's last name), Symphony No. x' with correct capitalizations so that it is easy to collect the results.

Results so far:
(tied) 1. Beethoven, Symphony no. 9 (1 Vote)
(tied) 1. Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique (1 Vote)
(tied) 1. Beethoven, Symphony no. 5 (1 Vote)
(tied) 1. Mozart, Symphony no. 41 (1 Vote)

Composer results so far:
1. Beethoven (2 Votes)
(tied) 2. Berlioz (1 Vote)
(tied) 2. Mozart (1 Vote)

How to Keep Motivated When Writing a Thesis

 
 Writing a thesis under  Academic Writing Pro a true academic challenge. A thesis is usually long in length (over 10,000 words) and is written over a longer period of time than say an essay or a dissertation. A thesis can take a year to research and write, but generally, if it is forming art of a PhD study course, it will take between 2 and 5 years to finalist. That is a long time to dedicate yourself to responding to one research question or to exploring a tiny element of a specific subject matter.
So how do you keep yourself sufficiently motivated to continue with your research and writing over such a long period of time? And importantly, how do you keep yourself so motivated that you continue to enjoy the subject that you are investigating and that this enthusiasm you have for the subject comes through in the final thesis that you produce? It can all be very tricky, regardless of how much enthusiasm and passion you have for your subject matter deep down.
There are a few things that you can do however to help keep your motivation levels high; well as high as is feasible given the task in hand! Listed below are some ideas to help you keep your spirits up as you embark on one of the most draining academic tasks there probably is:
e anything big, but the introduction of rewards throughout the completion of your thesis will keep you motivated in the long run.

Unable to post these scores as PD

Hello,

for two days now musescore.com doesn't believe me these scores are in PD, although the certainly are:

Allegro (Fuga à 4) from HWV 428 by G. F. Handel https://musescore.com/user/30015827/scores/5702677

Illumina oculos meos (Canon) by Palestrina https://musescore.com/user/30015827/scores/5704281

Two excerpts from the Robertsbridge Codex by Unknown, England (ca. 1350) https://musescore.com/user/30015827/scores/5704432

Because these three suddenly weren't accepted, almost all my 24 scores, of which only 4 are non-PD, became hidden. Even when I update the PD scores and insert the source / work they are related to again, they stay hidden.

Looking forward for any help,

Bartók forever

Finding Time to Do Everything

 Hey, I am currently super busy!! Before I start, I'll lay out what my week tends to be:
Monday: Double/triple up on schoolwork. Once a month is nursing home music night (which I can't miss, considering I'm the pianist)
Tuesday: Currently I'm going to my aunt's. Soon will be Piano & Choir (if I go, which I am leaning more towards not going)
Wednesday: Work in the morning, Omnibus in the afternoon, Skating at 3pm, and will be home only for supper
Thursday: I go to my aunt's all day.
Friday: School (double/triple up as needed), Youth in evening.
Saturday: House cleaning
Sunday: Depending on which Sunday is: play piano for both services, nursing home services (I can't miss, I'm the pianist), go to my grandparents for lunch, have company over.

My problem I'm almost too busy for myself to do school.
How do you guys live with being super busy and having heavy schoolwork to do!?!?!?!?
I need advice!!!!!!!!!!

Please message me or comment what tends to work for you.
P.S. with the nursing home service/music night, that are highlights of my month!!!!!! and I can't quit now, consider i leave without them having any accompainment, 'cept a clarinet. 

Readers Assemble!

I have met a surprisingly high number of readers out in the world in person, but I wanna get an idea of how many avid--or occasional--readers are on this group. Share your favorite book, book series, author, genre, or collab. author series! Also, if you like to write, share what genre you typically write! 
My favorite book, so far, is Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome. My favorite genre to read is fantasy/fiction, but I typically write in sci-fi/fantasy. My favorite series is the Mistborn trilogy by Brandon Sanderson. My fave author is a draw among C.S. Lewis, William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, and Brandon Sanderson. 

Hello there!

 
Hello there.
 I'm new here. 
My name is Catherine. I've been on Musescore for, (ruffly), I'm estimating two to three years. 
This piece I arranged only a couple months after I joined. Everyone was telling me that it was great and they loved it. 
One person told me that I should join more groups. I was too lazy to really join any groups....... Until now.......... Almost 2-3 years later.
I hope you love it. 
 
https://musescore.com/crazycathy/my_heart_will_go_on7777

A piece I arranged

Hello there.
 I'm new here. 
My name is Catherine. I've been on Musescore for, (ruffly), I'm estimating two to three years. 
This piece I arranged only a couple months after I joined. Everyone was telling me that it was great and they loved it. 
One person told me that I should join more groups. I was too lazy to really join any groups....... Until now.......... Almost 2-3 years later.
I hope you love it. 
 
https://musescore.com/crazycathy/my_heart_will_go_on7777