I think that the new "piano Roll" to keyboard software is fantastic and I would like to know how this could be used to bring keyboard skills to very young children and how to present this as a computer game using very simple songs and progressing both in speed and complexity. This could then be possibly transferred to music notation? Is this type of learning available to inspire our very young people? I wish that I had this opportunity when I was young
Made a little theme, any advice for me? tysm!!
Posted my first piece a couple of weeks ago:
Hope everyone enjoys, any feedback welcome!
I really enjoy seeing the awesome diversity in music in this group!
I am a cellist and have been playing for over 5 years. I am looking for some fun pieces to play. I am not as far as I want to be with my playing as I've been kept back for a while now. If anyone has any suggestions that would be much appreciated. Many thanks!
Hope I'm not intruding on the group, I'm not much of a classical string player but I'm looking for advice from some. I'm working on my first string quartet arrangement and I was just wondering of some of you folks might be so kind as to take a look over the score and let me know if you see any glaring errors or idiosyncrasies.
What do you think about this?
Two days ago my Band Director has annoced that Solo and Ensemble Season has begun and we need to find groups. I’ve found my group, and it consist of 2 Trumpets, 2 Trombones and 1 Tuba. I’ve been searching everywhere for a piece that has the instruments we play, is there anyone who has composed/transcomposed a Solo and Ensemble Quintet like ours? Or recommend a piece that we can play/perform? btw: we are in the Wind Symphony Band in our high school.
hello, i'm trying to find a good trombone solo for my all county audition. my range is an F or high B on a good day to a petal b flat and lower. any help will be appreciated!