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Zordornak threatens user because of the musescore.

This user has came onto my score and threatened me, bully me, and harass me because I posted a band arrangement of a song off the internet. I'm pretty sure that this should not be allowed and that this needs to be addressed immediately. Users like this makes the music committee look bad and causes people to be discouraged to post anything on the music platform without being sharked about what their score is.

His profile page is:
https://musescore.com/zordornak

This went on a span for at least 2 weeks with constant written threats and bullying. 

Zordornak threatens user because of the musescore.

This user has came onto my score and threatened me, bully me, and harass me because I posted a band arrangement of a song off the internet. I'm pretty sure that this should not be allowed and that this needs to be addressed immediately. Users like this makes the music committee look bad and causes people to be discouraged to post anything on the music platform without being sharked about what their score is.   His profile page is: 
https://musescore.com/zordornak
 This went on a span for at least 2 weeks with constant written threats and bullying. 

Zordornak threatens user because of the musescore.

This user has came onto my score and threatened me, bully me, and harass me because I posted a band arrangement of a song off the internet. I'm pretty sure that this should not be allowed and that this needs to be addressed immediately. Users like this makes the music committee look bad and causes people to be discouraged to post anything on the music platform without being sharked about what their score is.   His profile page is: 
https://musescore.com/zordornak
 This went on a span for at least 2 weeks with constant written threats and bullying. 

Zordornak threatens user because of the musescore.

This user has came onto my score and threatened me, bully me, and harass me because I posted a band arrangement of a song off the internet. I'm pretty sure that this should not be allowed and that this needs to be addressed immediately. Users like this makes the music committee look bad and causes people to be discouraged to post anything on the music platform without being sharked about what their score is.   His profile page is: 
https://musescore.com/zordornak
 This went on a span for at least 2 weeks with constant written threats and bullying. 

How to de-beam grace notes?

in Piano

Hello! 

I have a problem: I am writing a new piece, and there is a part with a grace 16th note and a grace 8th note, connected to a half note. I am trying to de-beam the two grace notes. Does anybody have an answer? I have attached an image of the measure. 

 
file://C:/Users/Logan/OneDrive/Pictures/De-Beam%20Grace%20Notes..PNG

Thank you! 

Logan 

Short Piano Collection

 Hi y'alls,

    I started composing six years ago with Smule's 'Magic Piano' mobile app. Ever since I started using Musescore, I have only released a handfull of solo piano pieces and now that is going to start to change beginning with 'A Sudden Storm'. Through the rest of the summer I plan on releasing six to ten pieces like this one. They're supposed to be short and simple for people who want to learn how to play piano. I won't let this effect my working on large orchestral scores. Hope you enjoy!

'A Sudden Storm' 
https://musescore.com/lucas_nalley/a-sudden-storm


Lucas Nalley

Repertoire songs

What are your best repertoire songs? I'm interested in seeing, so put your voice type, main style and your favourite repertoire songs

I'm soprano, a musical theatre actress and my fave repertoire songs are The Movie In My Mind (Miss Saigon), She Used To Be Mine(Waitress), Habanera (Carmen) and I Could Have Danced All Night (My Fair Lady)

Elam Rotem: Early Music Sources - ample new, great instructional material

The composer, theorist, and teacher Elam Rotem (1984–) has (already) assembled a tremendous (ongoing) wealth of early music-oriented YouTubes (with supplementary materials) at https://www.earlymusicsources.com , including a great deal of instruction in technical issues such as counterpoint of immediate interest to anyone here, especially beginners.  He teaches with historical context, panache, and humor.

I avidly recommend the following 20-minute primer on four-voiced, first-species accompaniment of a melody, presenting with examples, explanation, and commentary the tutorial on the same by 16th century Spanish composer Thomas de Sancta Maria, a perfect primer on consonance from the ground up. Check it out, along with the rest of his growing video library.  No, it's not exactly the same as Bach's or Mozart's models, but I have little doubt that both would affirm this all as unimpeachably correct nonetheless.

https://www.earlymusicsources.com/youtube/consonances

Thank you @Plagal for making me aware of this.