I wrote a piece a while back where I was experimenting with changing the meter back and forth (4/4 to 3/4, nothing too crazy). I rather like the result, but I was hoping to get some feedback on the piece, either on the meter or just in general.
I've written a short piano piece a while back where I was messing around with shifting meter. If you have any thoughts or feedback for me, I'd love to hear it!
Hello! I am Mark Catahan and I arranged a piece from Francisco Tarrega which was Gran Vals. It is originally a guitar piece but I transcribed and arranged it for a string quartet. With my arrangement, something is bugging me about how I arranged it and I do not know what it is. So I kinda need some help on figuring out what needs to improve in the arrangement. Thanks!
Here is the link: https://musescore.com/user/16206131/scores/5582490
So my parents finally bought me an alto last March (I had 3 years under my belt then) and it's a student yamaha. I thought it sounded fine, and I played fairly decent with it. Marching band passed, and no problems. I got a new mouthpiece (Selmer c star) before auditioning for an all east TN honor band a few months ago in December (I made it), and I thought I sounded good still. My teacher said my sound was fine. Recently, for the past month or two, I've been noticing a subtle "buzzy" sound when I play, and at first I thought it was the reed. I changed reeds and found out that was not the case. I showed my band director, and he said it shouldn't be a problem. I showed my teacher, too, but he said he couldn't hear it. I even gave my friend a chance to play my sax, and we both could hear it. Fast track to a few days ago; I got my sax out to start practicing, and immediately I was hit with the very noticeable buzzy sound... but much worse than before. Almost every note has the buzzy sound in it; especially middle g through middle d. I'm going to meet my teacher about it in a few days. But, would anyone know any reason for this just suddenly happening? I feel like it could be my mouthpiece, since it has tiny scratches here and there, or my alto itself, or both. Any advice would be appreciated.
I was ill for three days and I came up with this. It started off as a brass quartet but I wanted more voices. Listening to it has made me think it could be better on piano (I don't generally write for orchestra and when I do it's messy). For the piano, I was thinking something along the lines of Rachmaninoff's d minor étude-tableaux. What do you think?
I play bass clarinet and clarinet.
Heya, I'm bringing this problem to the saxes of Musescore because I'm too lazy to make an account for another website and I have a marching band performance on Memorial Day coming up fast. (Just to clarify, this issue is on my tenor.)
So, I've had this problem for my entire time playing saxophone and I've mostly gotten around it with my embouchure, but it's gotten worse. If I try to play G or G#, it squeaks. Quite badly. Just today I noticed that if I kind of focus that squeak, it's actually a really bad palm key Eb, so I was wondering if it was a palm key leak or something else. I did also notice that several of the pads on the palm keys of my (I believe it's a YTS-26? I'll edit the post if it isn't) tenor saxophone were quite a bit out of alignment, especially the high F key, which was several millimeters off center. So, I was wondering if it is a key alignment issue or something else. Any suggestions?
Edit: The palm keys are also really loose on the tone holes, so that won't help. I was thinking of messing with the leaf springs, but I'm no professional. (Finally, that 4th grade science project on levers will help me)
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I would like to ask whether I should upload all the previous sheet music and combine to one file, or upload the new sheet music. Thank you.
Song 12: Longing for Spring
(As for song 9 and song 10, they are the failed score that I would not like to upload separately, I would rather combine them into a file together.)
Can anyone share how can i read a note? I'm a beginner here
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I am wanting to create a version of Chopin's Op. 28 No 7 prelude in A where the first and last 8 bars are on two separate lines aligned vertically. I found that @ClassicMan has already created the score, but now want to split/shift it to get things aligned - so measure 1 would be right above measure 9, 2 about 10, etc. , and each measure is the same width.
All 8 bars of each would be on the same line, so likely need landscape or something as well.
Is this possible?
I posted a new (old) piece.This is a fugue I wrote when I was a student of music at Hamburg.
Ho fatto un nuovo upload. È una fuga on do minore che ho scritto nel 1979 quando ero ancora studente di musica in Germania.