I'm really curious too see what y'all think. (My wrecker is Jungkookie) :3
Out of all the Piano Guys music...
Which one do you like best?
Greetings all INFP members. I just joined, trusting an old frog like me can be INFP, too.
I was encouraged by some of the good music here and thought I'd park some of my Emily Dickinson song cycle here as well as a few selections of one of my ballet scores.
I am impressed by the art work many of you embellish your work with. I am concerned about copyright infringement in my own searches. For example on a dance number "Frog Prince" I would like a likeness of a frog prince, but everything seems to be in copyright, including ballerinas and action photos. And how does one find or contact the owners? Phooey. There is a "public domain ballet art" site, but what is there is dull.
He hasn't been active for around a month, and Romain Gandillet and I are getting worried about him. If you find that he has been active, please notify me.
I'm planning to do another arrangement, but I'm having trouble deciding on a song... Any ideas?
I don't know why but i like the songs of Thomas more than the songs of Nick.
For example the tracklist of their albung "Invincible":
1. "Freedom Fighters" Thomas J. Bergersen
2. "Heart of Courage" Thomas J. Bergersen
3. "Master of Shadows" Nick Phoenix
4. "Moving Mountains" Thomas J. Bergersen
5. "Am I Not Human?" Nick Phoenix
6. "Enigmatic Soul" Thomas J. Bergersen
7. "Fire Nation" Nick Phoenix
8. "Black Blade" Thomas J. Bergersen
9. "Super Strength" Nick Phoenix
10. "Invincible" Thomas J. Bergersen
11. "False King" Thomas J. Bergersen, Nick Phoenix
12. "Hypnotica" Thomas J. Bergersen
13. "Fill My Heart" Nick Phoenix
14. "Protectors of the Earth" Thomas J. Bergersen
15. "Velocitron" Nick Phoenix
16. "Undying Love" Thomas J. Bergersen
17. "1000 Ships of the Underworld" Nick Phoenix
18. "Tristan" Thomas J. Bergersen
19. "Breath of Ran Gor" Nick Phoenix
20. "Infinite Legends" Nick Phoenix
21. "To Glory" Thomas J. Bergersen
22. "After the Fall" Nick Phoenix
Nearly every song I like is from Thomas and only two songs are from Nick...
What about you?
I am currently doing some arrangments (for piano solo) for Two Step From Hell songs. And because I don't know which one to do after Victory, I'd like to know if there's some you'd want.
You know what musescore needs, MORE PIANO GUYS! Link all the piano guys music you can in this discussion! Thanks!
Hey guys, how is everyone? Anyways after a couple months I have completed a recomposition of The Battle of Yavin, by John Williams. Personally I think it sounds decent compared to the original piece (I had to do this by ear), but I would like to ask for any open feedback / criticisms. Thanks and have a good day!
On IPad DA CAPO DS AL CODA .....and so on . are not taking into account (not visible not player)
They are created on MACBOOK where they are visible on musical score and efficient when you play the music sheet
Thank you for fix-it
Make something with this kind of pages:
They are clearly spam description with the aim of showing those post on almost all searches people make. And when 2-3 of this posts turn out in search results they also make the website load slow, it takes like 5-6 seconds until the page is fully loaded.
Please edit them, or put a limit to the number of characters people can use in descriptions.
For some reson when I play a score with a drumline battery, the app will play completely wrong sounds (whistles for tenors ,bongos for snare, etc,) I've tried to re download the app twice but I get the same problem.
Does any one know a fix?
I’m staying at a lovely cottage in a beautiful village, but I just found out that I am a mile or two from one of my worst fears... A NUCLEAR POWER PLANT. Aaaaaaaaaaaah! 😰
Hello, I'm very new to this community and I was wondering if anyone had advice on how to go about requesting sheet music transcription. I am looking for sheet music for the song "Obvious" from Dear Evan Hansen. It was a cut song, therefore, there is no sheet music available. My son was hoping to use the song for an audition. Any tips would be appreciated.
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We might not be doing the RSA podcast live :(
We have like 5 meme review channels and whatever
And everyone is pretty active