So me and my friends were bored and decided to make a play about the Boxcar Children. It's supposed to be a musical, except we only have two songs and a poorly written overture (which is my fault)
If you could be so kind as to whip up a couple of songs (it doesn't matter whether it's instrumental or has lyrics, as long as it goes with the story, we'd appreciate it) We are just performing this for fun, so only our parents will see it, and we're just two families, so...yeah. You'll still receive all credit for the song.
Here's the summary if you haven't read it yet:
(Also, I can't call this off, or my sister will get a little mad and my friends will be disappointed after all they've done :P)
Hey guys! Trolol here. It's been awhile. Not sure how many of the older guys from, say 2011-2015 are still on here (I've seen TPenguinLTG still posting somewhat), but I'm glad to see this place is still goin even after Mae's departure. :)
Unfortunately it is time to make my departure from this site as well. I have moved on to bigger and busier life in the music world. All my scores have been removed cuz I'll be getting rid of my pro subscription soon, but fortunately I will be compiling all my finished original work in one big score as a kind of playlist.
I want to say Thank You, to the MuseScore community, not just ya'll in this group, but as a whole. When I originally started on this site as a 13 year old (Goin on to 20!) I never could have expected such an experience. The community as a whole was very supportive of young musicians and aspiring composers. As a youngster back then, there was a lot I learned on here by conversing with fellow composers and my age on here, as well as the older, more seasoned musicians who were always willing to offer critiques and advice to my music.
I have had a blast on here getting to know all the high schooler composers from back then. I remember always being hyped for the next piece from most of the guys/gals I made friends with on here. The All-That-Is-Fantasy Discussion kept me coming back DAILY to this group; it was so much fun. Collaborating with Aaron David, Tony McCahill, Sean Greenley, and ..V.. were some of the greatest experiences I've had as a young composer.
[V, aka Evan, unfortunately passed away almost a year ago, losing his battle with chronic depression. I didn't find out till a few months ago since he disappeared in the spring of last year and I heard nothing since. He was probably the closest online friend I had on here, and will be deeply missed. :( ]
Again, I do plan on compiling all my finished, original works that I had on here in a big score kinda thing similar to Mollymawk did, as kind of an archive for my older music. Might take some time cuz I'm busy with other musical things. I also intend on making an official website for my music, since over the years things I got super disorganized on here and elsewhere xD
I'll be back soon enough with my archive. But again, thank you everyone for the great times on here. I'm glad that I was able to partake in it, and I'm honored and humbled that I made an impact with my music for some of you. And for the newer guys and gals; sorry I havent been able to get to know yall, but I do encourage thatyou continue to kick it here! It's a great community, and while it was wayyy more active on here 5 years ago or so, you can still have a good time, hear and post some awesome music and make some lasting connections.
Spielst du eigentlich ein Instrument? Wenn ja, welches?
I would like to know your favorite game
I have two shows need help with both. One is being looking to be used soon.
Hi! I would really appreciate it if you'd check out these five scores. If you wish to print them out, please visit the links from piano shelf.
This is kinda like my other discussion, but instead of stuff we don’t know about you, pick one thing that NO ONE has ever heard of.
Mine, is when I was little, like 4-5ish, I loved corn on a cob. Except I didn’t call it that. I would say “Mama, could I have some ‘fixed corn’?”
So yeah. Corn on the cob is actually “fixed corn”.
What’s one thing that no one has ever heard about you?
Alright, I'm going to be clarifying a couple things here.
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Have fun MuseScoring!
I’m Ryan. I’m a gay person. I’ve been in the same relationship with my spouse now for six years. I’m a self trained musician, with 25 years of experience in piano. I’m currently working on my knowledge in musical theory. Gotta give a big thanks to MuseScore for enabling me to explore the world of musical notation, arrangement, and composition. Looking foreword to hearing some of your talents and creativity. I’m excited to learn new tricks and musical phrasing's! 🤗🇨🇦
They are because they broke US law by illegally overstaying in the country or illegally crossing the border.
Violin vs Stroh violin?
Which is better?
The Violin with the Horn or Stroh Violin is a specific instrument , although invented by the Englishman Augustus Stroh. It can be said that Stroh Violin represents Bihor County. The biggest musicians on the Crişului Repede valley are the beloved Căbuţă Gheorghe "Stângaciu" and Mitică Negrean, who are part of the professional orchestra "Crişana". The bihorian folklore is represented by the "Crişana" Artistic Professional Ensemble of the Oradea State Philharmonic in tours abroad and in the country, which was founded in 1998 on the structure of Crişana Orchestra, a professional orchestra with a tradition of more than 50 years. From the very beginning, the orchestra had the purpose of processing the popular song. At present the "Crişana" Professional ensemble is among the first folk ensembles in the country. The soloists of the ensemble are Cornel Borza, Leontin Ciucur, Luminiţa Tomuţă, Viorica Bradea, Cornelia Covaciu, Voichiţa Mihoc, Felicia Costin and Florinul Bihorului:Florica Duma, Florica Ungur, Florica Zaha,Florica Bradu and the most famous instrumentalists are Gheorghe Rada, Stângaciu, Mitică Negrean, Adi Miclăuş, Liviu Butiu and Petre Frasin.
It is not known for sure that the violin violin used by Bihor tars was the same as that created by John Matthias Augustus Stroh (1899-1949). At a closer look there are important differences. The Bihor coroner's violin is much softer than those created by Stroh. Of course, it's original, because the violin in the picture above is an unfinished copy. Those who have had the opportunity to see the Bihor tool closely can easily notice differences. Unfortunately, we are not known craftsmen of the violin. Stroh violin is likely to be used in Transylvania before 1900. According to some reports, the game came to the village musicians with "van, taragoata (taragot not clarinet) and Stroh violin (or fiddle as it is called in the Apuseni Mountains) ". Another local instrument name: "higheghe with tolcer" (higheghe = violin, tolcer = funnel) In Central and Western Europe, the violin was not successful, because it was used on classical music scores (Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Haydn, etc.), not forgetting that this instrument produces tonalities specific to lute music, tones which is very good compared to the established violin. It is interesting to note that in Bihor the viticulture with the goat does not have the same success in the listeners. The European studies on the distribution of musical instruments and their tradition record the presence of the violin with the goarna only in the eastern part of Hungary, on most of the border with Romania, and not in Romania, from where they actually took over the Gypsy tarafs.
Why can't u use emojis on the laptop or computer.
There has been some concern about copyright infringement here lately and I thought of my song cycle which I recently embellished with photos of the poet (Emily Dickinson) that were taken in the 1860s. One such - https://musescore.com/user/29586932/scores/5611797
I now fear the possibility that someone "owns" these. Could this be possible?
If so, that is a problem. I recently tried to get permission from publisher to use words from an early 20th century poet and I never received a reply in 5 weeks. I would not even know how to find out who would have rights to these old photos, let alone expect a reply.
Do you have any knowledge of this?
Importantly, I would like to know if there is a problem, will I be forewarned or is my music just yanked out like an old molar?
I like looking at other peoples art