So our school's choir is having a parlor night, and I wanted to do a male/female voal duet (with piano accompaniment) as background music while everyone is chatting and eating before the actual concert. It is supposed to be a bit jazzy. We were going to do "One Boy" from Bye Bye Birdie, but it's not a duet, and it just might not work out. Any ideas? I'm honestly up for anything. Thanks in advance!
Hi I just finished this progression/transcription and some feedback would really help. I haven't edited in any symbols partly because I'm really new to musescore...
let me know what you think! thanks
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I'd love to compose some jazz with this group, thanks for the invite :)
Thanks for inviting me to this group despite my small contributions to jazz. If anyone is active here, would you guys like an arrangement of Istanbul by They Might Be Giants?
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While at first it can be seen and actually said to be at its roots a marketing plot to attract "bees to their honey", of productions; that is their (promoter or actual artist's) music... It can actually be seen as a great tool for outreach to those with a passion of enjoying the fruits of a performer in the arts such as "jazz music"n this case. Whether performed or composed, the art is indebted to 2 contributors, musicians, and composers "or creators" of melodies to be played... For an audience with a desire to experience an audible and even visual display of talent manifested in "tunes" like "Jazz" in it's nature.
So while Inclusive to it'self.. that is the "group" attracted by a invite to check out "jazz music" in a strategic manner... Its exclusive to the purpose of this musical platform. That is, it's l"listening base". All can listen, but their are listeners which consume by purchasing created and performed musical pieces from those "creators," and organizers of this platform... Musically minded individuals interested in performing well enough in a certain way in order to gain a following such as the the ,577 followers in this group. That being said, I know being invited isn't a special thing... There are profiles on musescore which have accwss too more inclined "listener profiles' (,downloaders, non contributors, only listeners of ball types music ) found possible on this platform called musescore.
That being said, I'm not interested in jazz, but I do appreciate the hustle of a personally tailored pitch, and hunting for listeners in a database to offer music such as jazz music and access to the same subsequent contents.
So... Yiu have me... Let's hear some jazz!!
The music I make isn't exactly jazz but you guys should check out some of my solo trombone pieces
I don't write jazz music. I write music which tends towards classical. It is okay to fuse both genres?
I honestly don't know much about jazz soo....
Not to be mean or anything, but why was I invited? I don't really do jazz, but I like jazz. I'm a little confused.
why did i get invited and how am i known
hi, so thanks for adding me here! this group is great. at first I was a little surprised but I'm really glad overall. the music here is great! <3
It's an honor. It really is. But how did I get here? Don't you have to specifically find someone's profile to invite them? How did you find mine? Why did you invite me? What do you think I can add to this group?
Looking for music, preferably sans piano, for flute featuring violin/cello...
Hi everybody, I made a transcription of the following song. I'm a drummer and I'm not really sure what's the best way to write the melody to make it easier to read (especially for horns) :
1) respect the harmony
2) choose to write the melody only with # or only with b
Also, do you find the harmony is written the right way (same question).
Here is the song : https://musescore.com/user/3964646/scores/5489143
Thank you in advance !
Wow! I'm really happy that you picked me to be in this group!