It's my first attempt to collab with other musescorer in the community.
(Thank you, @eBirder)
It would be nice if we could get some feedback from you guys.
Thank you, and Happy Spring Festival :D
This piano piece I just composed, but I would love to get some feedback from strings players as when I was composing this, I imitated a string orchestra in some parts. Another reason, is so I can get some critique from people who aren't bound by the technicalities and logistics of a keyboard like me. All comments are appreciated!
hey! i'm a 14 year old beginner to composition. i did my first piece when i was 12 and haven't really done too much since. i'd love some feedback!
Read description for more info! General comments welcome as well! :)
This is a composition for piano and strings in the English pastoral style on the theme of birdsong. I expect most composers would use a wind instrument for birdsong, and Vaughan-Williams used the violin in The Lark Ascending, but I have tried the piano instead. I don't think the musescore audio source is working properly but I have added an audio source that uses the Salamander Yamaha C5.
By the way this is not related to the wonderful song for Baritone 'Proud Songsters' by Gerald Finzi, which is a setting of the poem of that name by Thomas Hardy. I just took my title from the poem.
I recently wrote a Gigue in A minor for the piano. I would like some feedback on it, and I would like to know any suggestions that you guys might have. It currently has no pedal markings, dynamics, accents, etc.
I am pretty sure that it's playable at my level as it's probably not much harder than Liszt's Liebestraum no.3. Since there are a lot of piano virtuosos here, I would love for some feedback. Like in general, concerning composing or playing or notation. Anything! :) Appreciate it!
So, I am writing another sonata form movement as the first movement of another piece. And the piece is in the key of C minor. The thing is though, that especially in the key of C minor, I tend to err on the side of more development. So, should I call it a sonatina as I am currently and try to make it more concise? Or should I call it a piano sonata and write it to be as long as I please?
Hi everyone , I wrote a fantaisie for solo piano ! Please let me know your opinion
("The Ticking Clock"; mallet percussion quartet)
("The End"; mallet percussion quintet)
("Change on the Horizon; concert band/wind ensemble)
("Speak to Me; SATB+Piano)
("Sunset"; musical theater; 2 mezzo sopranos, 2 violins, electric guitar, piano, and drumset)
Love it if y’all checked out the update to my opener based off Aurora Awakes