Hi! Some of you may recognize me, I've been involved with jazz and MuseScore education online forever, but for whatever reason, it only just occurred to me to turn here for music to play :-).
I direct a big band of adult amateur musicians. We have a library full of the typical charts by Nestico, Mantooth, etc. I figure some people here have probably created some really great music for conventional (5+4+4+4) big band instrumentation and spent time getting the part to look and all so they are all ready to print and perform, but don't have access to a big band. If that's you, hit me up! If your music is for that format and the parts are in good readable shape, we'd love to try them out! Respond here with links - whether your own music or others' you think we should check out. My band isn't the Basie band and won't sound like that :-), but I'm happy to make a recording of us doing our best!
This isn't a competition, although who knows, maybe some day we'll organize one.
I'll keep this short. I've noticed an astonishing lack of music from any of these games. I would make an arrangement of one but I have horrible skills at Band arrangements and such. If you have time, please consider.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBdeuxPH8hY (Silent Forest Battle)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uP7URoV5oek (Firey Furnace/Factory Battle)
I feel like I'm disrespecting the art of Trombone by having valves, but then again, the music scores are quality so is it really wrong to be a Euphonium player on a Trombone page?
Got any good tips for a long time trombone player to switch to euphonium, DCI doesn’t take people who only know trombone :(
If you are new, welcome! We will be selecting the six judges for our competitions before we start. REMEMBER: The JUDGES WILL REGULATE THE COMPETITIONS. Please note: You can leave any time! In which case we will open another slot.
All judge entries must join here after they have been approved:
Hello... I’m still a MuseScore 2 user... so how can I get a synthesizer on a score? It’s not listed in the “choose instruments” category.
I think i just joined the group. I play flute, but haven't picked it up in a while. I need motivation.
As stated in the title, the best way to improve your composing skills is to compose (cliché but very true). Therefore, I will embark on a journey of trying to compose a minimum of 10 compositions over summer break. I want you guys to spread the word and join me! Perhaps, this can not only be a chance to learn, but, also meet new people.
The rules are as follows:
You can comment down below featuring your new piece and give a short description of it if you like (e.g. inspiration, the style and question about something you may be unsure about).
You can post up to 5 scores per comment, but, let's be nice to everyone, by not spamming the comments in order to get views.
A suggested format would be:
The number of the piece
piece title - url
''So you want to write a fugue?'' - musescore.com/gould/so-you-want-to-write-a-fugue
A satirical piece...
It is okay if a piece turns out bad or short, the point is that you just do it and have fun along the way.
i followed you
I am finally going to start learning alto sax
If not you really should. It's a great Christian movie about abortion. I would suggest that only 14+ watch and it is rated R (not sure why). It's pretty graphic.
But, I really enjoyed watching it and it opened my eyes to what abortion really is!
Here is a new piece of mine. Quite short, but I like it, although I know there is still room for improvements.
Any suggestions or feedback appreciated.
Anyway, good compositions to you ;)
i'm looking for something to play i'm at a intermediate level and like EDM but i'll try other suggestions
I have arranged a new group for original composers, but everyone is welcome!