Greetings, please, help me to know where I should access to use pizzicato, arc, sul ponticello, sul tasto, collegno, etc ... the program does not mark the options, does musescore help me?
I share the following score for the purpose of serving as an example, so that someone please tell me how to place those effects in musical cells and that in addition to visuals, they are reproduced by the audio, thank
After nearly one month, finally I've finished a scherzo. I hope you enjoy it!
Feel free to give feedback and critique!
This is my saxophone quartet (A variation upon themes) from H. Voxman's Trombone etude "Allegro Moderato in A minor"
I made a new piano solo composition called Unforgotten! Here is the link:
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Hey guys! I am a new arranging starter. I have published 'Alone PT2' Which is the latest song of Alan Walker (However it is still updating, now u see is only a part of the song). It is arranged by myself. Can anybody point out the mistakes? Thanks! https://musescore.com/user/33337944/scores/5913303
Hello dear friends Recently I made a piece that does not follow my normal style of composition, could you guys listen to it and give me some feedback, it would be very useful for IHere is the link:
Thank you for your attention and for considering my request!
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Hey there ! I am trying to learn to compose (so far, I use Concise Introduction to tonal harmony), and this is what I did after reading the chapter on "Sentences and Other Phrase Types".
Could you tell me what you think please? Also do you have an other book to suggest? I would especially love to learn how to write for drums ? (like how to do interesting rhythms?)
Thank you !
Cause I honestly don't like em if there playing too loud and if playing by themselves I only like them in a whole band and playing quietly
This is the first time that I have arranged a Chopin piece. Not only that, but it is the first Chopin piece I ever played, so I am very familiar with this piece. I know, I need a countermelody or something along those lines for the first violin. But there is a bit of a problem stopping me from doing this. That is just how close the second violin gets in pitch to the flute.
Typically, there is less than an octave of space between the second violin and the flute in any given beat. That doesn't allow for many countermelody notes if I want to keep things relatively consonant. And of course I want to keep things relatively consonant because of the beautiful melody in the flute. I also don't want to have the countermelody have so many short notes that it becomes the main melody. The flute is playing the main melody and I don't want to underwhelm that(I already get close to that with some of the forte dynamics).
There are no slurs in what I have written, mainly because the phrasing of the bass line is super clear just from the notation and, I have no idea where a flutist would take a breath. I can only barely get the first and second octaves to sound right, still doing that C major octave scale exercise and the staccato exercise on my flute. And this is after more than a month of flute practice, so while I technically can play melodies on the flute at this point, I am limited to legato melodies with short phrasing that aren't super elaborate.
What do you think of my arrangement of Chopin's Nocturne in Eb?
I am composing my first bagatelle right now. I decided to do it in rondo form and in a major key. Not only that, but I went for my avoid key, C major. As you can probably tell, I usually avoid composing in C major. Why? Because it sounds boring, Why? Because a hint of chromaticism makes me question whether or not I am modulating to another key.
Anyway, I have a G7 harmony and following that, 4 measures of a first ending with C major harmony. Now, I want to go somewhere else with this G7. I can think of a few keys that G7 can convincingly lead to. G major for obvious reasons is one key that G7 can convincingly lead to, at least if it is in an inversion. A minor is also convincingly lead to by treating the G7 as the subtonic. I can go to F also, if I resolve the G7 to C first.
I was thinking of reserving the minor key for when I get to the C section. So that means that I am leading to a major key other than C major. But it is hard for me to decide whether I should go to F major or G major, or a key not as closely related to C major(and note, I do think of the parallel minor as being closely related but I don't think of the mediant minor as being closely related at all).
Please tell me what im doing wrong here, and suggest what i study to make this better. I can already think of a few issues but would like to know what the pros think!
Wagner premiered the Flying Dutchman in Dresden, Germany.
Saint Saens premeired his Violin concerto No. 3 in B minor with Sarasate as solo violinist.
Happy birthday Mily Balakirev!
Here is Balakirev's piano concerto: