Hello, I wonder, has anyone ever come across sheet music by Giuliano Sacchetto and / or Giordano Trivellato. I understand they are the composers behind a lovely piece of piano music called Daydreaming, used on one of those meditation CDs. I'd love to learn to play it, but having real difficulty finding the music, no matter how much I google. Thanks.
Is there any fun BSA tunes I should do?
For those who were interested, I have finally completed it! Comments are welcomed.
When I was riding the usual train back home last Friday (15/03/2019), there was a beggar who came to a small group of children and started to tell them his whole life story, (probably to) exploit their innocence and kindness, as to squeeze out whatever candy money the kids would have had inside their jackets. The situation made me rather irritated. Finally,the beggar walked away after he had managed to get out whatever pocket money the children had to offer. The melody came to me all of a sudden, then, the rhythmic shaking and turnings of the train seemed to me like a tango. So, that is what I decided to write.
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Hello friends! I heard a wonderful piece by Richard Clayderman the other day, and I would very much like to find a Midi Music file called For My Sweetheart or Lettre A Ma Mere, they seem to be the same, so I didn’t find such music here, I really would like somebody to do this, thank you so much
Solo Piano: Crow's Love - Op. 37
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I just finished my very first composition (thanks to everyone who helped me think of a theme), and I would very much appreciate it if you would check it out and tell me what you think. Please let me know what I could have done better so I will learn for next time. Thank you so much! The score: https://musescore.com/user/30195625/scores/5485425
Here is a piece I just uploaded by Bach. It is under 50 seconds, and is a delightful little prelude. https://musescore.com/user/31471632/scores/5487640 Let me know if you have any suggestions on dynamics especially!
For the Bach lovers out there, I just added my very first score: a short prelude by Bach. https://musescore.com/user/31471632/scores/5487640 It is not quite right on dynamics because I had a little difficulty with the editor. Feel free to offer suggestions.
Hello everyone! I am wondering if there is a hard and fast rule on when to use the hairpin crescendo/decrescendo and when to use the ones with dotted lines. Also, is it generally acceptable to use both types in one piece, or are you supposed to stick to one throughout?
Why are there transposing instruments? I mean you play a certain note but the one you played is different than the one written on the music? Why do we have this? Why dk we make it to where the Bari sax is reading treble clef? That's really just kind of twisted...
This is my first completed composition. Any comments appreciated! :D
This seems like the place to ask beginner level questions so please may I?
About me; You will have heard my story many times over - I took some lessons years ago and recently found myself wanting to get back in. I was being tutored back then and although I took some lessons over some years I don't think i ever got out of the gate really. I have next to no skill and zero confidence but i want that to change. At this point I have very basic reading skills, given a simple enough piece and enough time to study it and practice I can get a melody and baseline going.
So anyway, with a renewed gusto and a determined mindset that this time i will self study, i found myself here looking for music to play. Beatles, that's a good place to start right? simple, easy and everyone knows the tunes.
Penny lane, that's a goodun I say to myself and then BOOM i hit my first snag.
second measure, the first notes in bass line require a G in two octaves, the higher G remains held while the lower notes descend further. How is this played? the stretch is impossible or am i reading it wrong?
thank you for humouring my idiocy.
Hi Guys, I am really a piano beginner and I am looking for sheet notes that will include the piano solo + chords. Problem is I can't find such a thing it's either sheets that have piano with right and left hands or Guitar that include chords only but with the solo. I am interested in both like in the books when you have solo + chords + lyrics. What do I need to look for? is there a name for these sheets? Thanks...