RULES: The rules of this contest are:
You can compose for any 18th Century instrument or Orchestra. Such as Horns, Oboes, Flutes, Clarinets, Piano, Strings, Ex.
Award: 2 Winners will get a favorite, comment & follow (from me).
RULES: The rules of this contest are:
Got ya attention now eh?!
Unter den Meistern des Genres gehören Giambattista Valli, dessen zarte Silhouette erinnert an eine Braut zum Altar gehen, Elie Saab und seine traumhafte Kreationen phantasierte oder Marchesa, ist amerikanisches Haus für Dressing bekannt viele Prominente anlässlich der glücklichsten Tage ihres Lebens.
Tüll, Spitze, Taft und Organza beide Materialien wie Flüssigkeiten und schlanke Schnitte machen diese einzigartigen Kleider Träume von Maschinen, die selbst die widerspenstigen Ehe phantasieren. Ebenso spektakulären Kreationen von Peter bei den Couture-Kleider de la Renta Oscar Copping, die uns, wie jedes Mal sprachlos suchen lassen.
Aber die Prinzessin Kleider haben kein Monopol auf dem Laufsteg in der Nähe. Lanvin, wir glamourösen Brautkleid, aus Elfenbein drapiert und asymmetrischen Trägern wie in Alberta Ferretti vorstellen, dass wir wollen in langen Seidennachthemd, um zu heiraten fast geben würde, eine Pelzstola ultimative Freizeitzubehör . Schließlich Fans von "weniger ist mehr" kann durch die neueste Céline und Loewe inspiriert von einem minimalistischen Brautkleid versucht sein, die Idee in einer kreativen Phoebe Philo JW Anderson zum Leben zu vereinen oder sogar entworfen
, um schließlich die Stadt ist nicht so eine schlechte Idee.
I'll keep it short and sweet: I orchestrated a waltz here, and spent a lot of time on it. Feel free to take a look at it :) https://musescore.com/user/31989152/scores/5899962
Hello. This is my first composition and I'd like to have some feedback. https://musescore.com/user/33591373/scores/5890090
A remake of Desert Outbreak, a score I composed some time ago. I incorporated a lot more instruments this around and made some other changes. https://musescore.com/user/31293714/scores/5898621
Let me know what you think.
check out my score for string quartet
tell me what you think
This piece is my tribute to the Metal Gear Solid Franchise
it is separated into 3 different parts
normal, caution, and alert
I just wanted to get this out there for people to listen to
Thank you for taking time to read this
Hello and welcome to the "Honest Guitarist" a community of musicians on common ground to mastering music in general and the guitar specifically.
First, a thank you to J.Herman for Everything Guitar and opening the way for guitar players to communicate their experiences.
To be perfectly honest and avoid wasting the readers time, let me state clearly that the ideas presented here are targeted toward the intermediate to advanced player and represents the most basic music and guitar knowledge that an aspiring musician should have command of before moving to more advanced study.
Although the material is advanced, any player should find something of interest to study or to encourage further research.
The idea for presenting such a project was born of my own experiences.
After many years of playing I decided to further my studies under a professional tutor, only to discover many weaknesses in areas of music, harmonic function and guitar technique.
Although the experience was inspiring it was, to a greater extent, disheartening, discouraging and expensive.
While I did continue with my studies I also kept a list of things that I realized I should have known before attempting to learn at the "bended knee" of a professional teacher.
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After using MuseScore for some time and after recently completing a "master class" (I use the term loosely) it seemed to me that this great music software program could serve an excellent teaching tool to present that exact information.
Hopefully, the "scores" presented will generate some serious thought and study while the student awaits the next book or video or Heaven forbid spends a small fortune on Skype lessons.
I'm working on Book #1 and in the mean time here is a voicing of "Christmas Time Is Here" for guitarists this season.
This is Vash Hartman's alternate account because google hates me.
Does anyone have any Vocaloid songs they want me to recompose as sheet music?