Sorry but I thought that it should be done
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On the melody of this well-known theme, I have made this original arrangement dedicated to a saxophone quartet. Enjoy it.
Looking for advice on how to transpose Bass clef Trombone part to a treble clef Eb Saxophone part ?
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I uploaded a scherzo for solo violin , check it out:
It's really horrendous !
Hope you enjoy!
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haven't did this in a while
I’ve been practicing the extreme register for a month or two now, and while I’m only 15, it’s become a lot easier and I can even perform some solos that involve altissimo notes (for example, Daro Behroozi’s tenor sax solo in the Danza cover by Lucky Chops, and a couple of their other songs). However, I still find it difficult to accurately hit and nearly impossible to hold altissimo G. I’ve been told many times it’s the hardest one to hit, but I’ve never gotten solid advice on a good practice method. Ideas?
Does anyone want a piece of music for a certain instrument ?
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still, a work in progress need feedback and a name for the piece I'm open to ideas I'm not going to get offended if you say it's not that good
I just finished another piece for guitar solo, and found this instruments able to play rather complex structure when its strings are arranged manually. I cannot play this instrument, what I did is just to keep the position of the left hand in a small range. Is this right?
Also, I still have some questions about the string arrangement on a very fast part. For example, in bars 152-170 in this piece, is using different strings alternately helpful/necessary to maintain the speed?
I’m curious about what works best for you.