Nice to find this group!
I made two contributions. One is a transcription of a XIV Century piece, the other is a composition by myself imitating the old styles, with many licenses.
Hope there will be many more contributions to this group!
Nice to find this group!
Yup. ^^ I finished it in a week, I even stayed up til 11 to finish it,
Going to try and be analytical but brief about this work, which in my opinion is of the highest quality Buxtehude ever wrote:
The piece begins with the Passacagila of F - A - E - F - C - D - C, where the the counterpoint begins on the off beat of the first bar and F, in sectional chords almost exactly like Johann Sebastian Bach's own Passacagila, except he states the subject initially in the pedal - and of course this work was a inspiration for him and he most likely heard it during his visit to Buxtehude - story for another time.
The initial section is in the home key of D Minor, which of course leads to the dominant of A in the second, where several motifs from section 1 are developed, culminating into a almost robotic repeat of the passacagila in block chords over the pedal, which is soon interrupted by - and quite frequent in Buxtehude's works free from counterpoint.
This counterpoint builds to a section of repeated chords below off beat quavers in a broken arpeggiated rhythm that leads to a deceptive cadence, which after a short intermission is resolved and the final section begins.
The final section mostly consists of alternations between triplets initially and a chord progression of a third, to second, to third from the supertonic to tonic, repeating higher and higher in octaves until a final downwards flare of 16th notes leads to the final chord cadence.
Overall the piece starts of which specific rhythms which are very carefully and masterfully manipulated in ways beyond my comprehension, but it has proved to be his best known work and one of the best regarded in the entire baroque era in it's own right, and that speaks for itself.
A deceptively simple but ingenious composition in 2 distinct parts, with a coda. The first is very dance-like and free and in D Major has a very beautiful feel to the music. The second part maintains a similar character, yet utilizes more staccato notes and leaps to create a sort of bouncy rhythm - and finally the coda is a short Allegro - Adagio section which is a combination of the first and second sections of dance rhythms and staccato.
A Prelude for Organ in G Minor, with a ostinato pedal over brilliant counterpoint above, reminiscent of his Passacagila, leading into my favorite fugue he composed - then a brief Allegro section with very quirky yet rhythmic patterns, into a final brilliant fugue.
Then ending with a coda in which the performer interprets the ending chord as one giant appoggiatura, which I love.
I would never have assumed that one of the most influential and highly regarded composers of the Baroque era (and all music to some, hinting at who ;) would not have a group or little discussions surrounding him so I have just created this as of 26 August 2019.
Intended for the posting of his music in any form - score or just audio, even with video of live performances.
As well as discussion into what little we know of him and his life, especially and most notably his influence on the greatest composer to ever live: Johann Sebastian Bach.
I’m just really curious since the most popular ones may not necessarily be the favorites (but it’s okay if they are!). My favorite is probably When the Day Met the Night, but Death of a Bachelor overall has my favorite track list.
Hello there. I’m the new owner of this group. The original creator was Phia_Jo, who has since deleted her accounts for unknown reasons. I decided to take over her place as owner in hopes that this group can grow. While at the moment the group appears to be very dead, I’m hoping that in time things will start picking up with this group. Only time can really tell though. Regardless, I hope everyone enjoys it here and remember, “If you can’t be nice, be quiet.”
So I'm currently working on copying a piece that I made a sort of arrangement on from Flat.io onto Musescore but the "Violin" and "Cello" ensembles aren't playing any sound whenever I hit the play button to listen to it.
I've been trying to mess with the inspector and velocity settings but it hasn't done anything. Can someone kindly help out? Much appreciated if someone could.
I'm Working On An Undertale Dog Fight on Scratch, But I NEED Music...
So If Someone Could Help Me I Would Greatly Appreciate it...
And If You Don't I'll Have To Do It Myself :(
Also If I Use Your Music I'll Be Sure To Mention You In The Credits
Here's The Link To What I'm Using To Make It:
I know what you're thinking, "But Nin.Pro, Splatoon 3 hasn't been announced yet!", and I know that. However, wanted to throw around ideas that COULD be in Splatoon 3, hints the reason I made the group. If anyone is interested, please join!
There is a problem with the link right now, if you wish to be the judge, be sure to ask MajorAndMinor for an invite because right now, there is no other way of becoming a judge and admin.
laughsilly (that's where you are now)
banana group https://musescore.com/groups/banana-group/discuss/5046069#comment-5108578
sound effects and fonts https://musescore.com/groups/fun-silly-amusing-crazy-outrageous-hilarious-soundfonts-and-sound-effects/
downy yellow dingle dork https://musescore.com/groups/the-downy-yellow-dingle-dork-extinction-group
dydd opera group
hey, what's going on? except for Mozart Forever (yay!), no one wants to post to this group? did the bananas all turn brown?
anyone have ideas on how to improve the group?
I can't download the Musescore program to work on music for reasons. So I use a different program called Flat.io and publish stuff on there. I tried publishing stuff on here with a .xml file from Flat, but it didn't work. Is there any I can publish on here??