Hi everyone! I'm new to the online thing, but I've been composing for a while. I was just wondering why I can't choose more than 14 staves on "Choose Instruments"? It's super annoying when the Symphony Orchestra option doesn't have percussion parts I need, Extra WW's or Brass, or a Piano part.
I have a simple melody in Am and the key changes in the score to A. If you use the musescore for Android function for transposing (+2) then only the A key is changed to B key. The Am part still shows Am.
I need to find a name for my antique 1940s solid metal clarinet... my flute is named Felipe, and need a name that goes nicely with it.
Thanks for your help!
You could say that I am conquering my Pathetique Project. That's right, I am writing the Pathetique Sonata for a symphony orchestra. My score has this instrumentation:
Horn in F
Tenor Trombone(which just shows up in the score as Trombone)
Here is the link to it. I will also add it to the group's Sheet Music in case you want easier access to it.
I have already gotten a lot of feedback on the Grave and so I'm mainly wanting feedback on the first theme at this point.
Hey I have yet to receive feedback on a piece I posted and saw the thing about letting you know so... yeah. Its called Mary Had a Little Lamb (not a joke just listen to it). I am doing this from my phone and links aren't working for me otherwise Id post the link too :)
It seems with this version is impossible to add a score to my SongBook. I tried the two methods that worked in previous versions:
1. Open in Musescore (from Gdrive or any other cloud app).
2. Drag and drop via Airdrop from my Mac to my iPad.
In both cases, nothing happens (well, with Airdrop there is a small flash saying "copying", but nothing is copied).
I reinstalled the app from the Appstore, only to see my previous scores in my SongBook are gone...
Thanks a lot for your work!
Any favourites or feedback would be appreciated!
The wait is over! The first competition is here!
That didn't take long! Thank you to everyone who has joined the group in the last 24 hours or so. :D
So, I have a couple of things to talk about, the first is announcing the competition, the second is regarding Admins and Judges etc, so I want to quickly apologise for the lengthy post.
But let's start with the fun bit!
CCC#1 - "The Watzmann" by Caspar David Friedrich.
"The Watzmann" is a painting by artist Caspar David Friedrich, made in the mid 1820s. It is a fantastic landscape painting, and although I know nothing about art, I absolutely love this painting.
This challenge was inspired by a composition task I was given at school, where we had to write a piece of music inspired by a painting. I chose a different painting by Caspar David Friedrich, which inspired me to look up some more of his art to use for this competition.
So, the challenge is fairly simple: Write a piece of music inspired by this painting, "The Watzmann". I look forward to seeing what you can come up with.
A few quick rules/details:
1) You may use any ensemble of instruments.
2) The piece must be between 1.30 and 5 minutes long.
3) The piece must be original, not an arrangement.
You will be given a mark out of 10 for your piece, along with some feedback. You have until Sunday 19th May which gives you one month to complete the piece. I will announce the winners as soon as possible after that.
Admin / Judge
So, basically, if anyone would like to be an admin and judge in the competition, please message me. Your job will be to help me mark the scores, and make sure the group runs smoothly. Obviously, you won't be able to participate in any competitions which you help judge, so sorry about that. If no-one wants to, I can do it myself, but it would make things a lot easier for me, so message if you're willing to help. Thanks!
There. I apologise again for the long post. I'd never get away with this on RSA. :/
Thanks again to everyone who helped boost this group to 30 members yesterday. :D
I look forward to seeing all of your entries to the competition. Obviously you don't have to, but if you are entering, it would be helpful if you could just let me know in the comments. Have fun!
I'd appreciate if you give me advices on how to improve this piece