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Bozza - En Foret BACKING TRACK

Hey guys! Just taking advantage of the new unlimited score upload feature and decided to upload this piano backing track for Eugene Bozza's "En Foret." THIS IS NOT A CLEAN, LEGIBLE SCORE; this is meant to be played in the background of your solo if you are unable to find an accompanist (which is exactly the situation I found myself in 3 years ago when I made this). Let me know if it comes in handy for any of you! Feel free to mess around with the tempos in order to fit your personal musical expression in the piece.

Score: https://musescore.com/broccolipoisoning/scores/5977318

[Winner Announcement!] Musecorps Composition Competition #2 - End of the Decade!

Hello, everyone!

This competition, overall, was very close! I had a really tough time picking which entry I believed deserved the win this time around. That being said, there were no bad submissions! It was really anyone’s game.

The winner of the second competition is...

Skyth21, with their arrangement of Joji’s Slow Dancing in the Dark!
https://musescore.com/skyth21/slow-dancing-in-the-dark

Once Skyth21 reaches out to me, I’ll gift them the month subscription to MuseScore Pro.

I think this competition went fairly well. The only thing that puts me off from doing another would be the overall small number of submissions. Let me know if there are any things I can do to improve these going forward!

Please Help Me

Hello! I'm a young French horn player and I was wondering if you could help me out with this piece of music: https://musescore.com/user/13741726/scores/5289254
All I ask is if you could download it, only for trompa em f, and then send it to me. I don't have musescore Pro so this is my only solution. Thank You If you're willing to sacrifice 3 minutes for me!

If you do you can send the pdf to my email: lordz123yt@gmail.com

Have a wonderful day!

Composing Playoff Contest

A composing playoff is a contest with 3 rounds (sometimes more depending on how many people enter on the first round). The first round anyone can enter their pieces in. When at least 5 people enter the contest, a few members (selected by me) will judge the top 3 winners. In the 2nd round, the top 3 will then compose another piece for the round. Then the same judges will judge the top 2. Then in the 3rd round (the final round), the last 2 winning contestants will compose yet another piece. Then the judges will judge the 1 winner of the round. The judges will vote on the reward for the winner.