I'm looking for a clarinet solo to practice the upper register. Anything 8-10 grade level would be fine.
In here are some nice woodwind parts, e.g.
flute and oboe solo in Nr. 1
Nr. 2 for 8 alto saxs
Nr. 4 for 3 clarinets + bass clarinet
Hello, I need help. I'm new to this website, and I'm looking for how to compose your own music... can someone help me or guide me to that?
Been playin horn for a bit more than four years and I really love playing it! I really need some help in my higher register, i can hit the high F but i truggle going to G and beyond that and im starting to feel discouraged :c. I'd love to hear some tips with improving my range. Thanks!
Its the same as trombone but im lookin for solos
I wrote this as a 15 minute composition challenge that my band director put me on. Opinions?
I am looking for help on a Bruno Mars ballad that may or may not be marched for a high school band. I've gotten all lot of the structure down I just need help with details! I'm a percussionist so it's pretty difficult lol I'm having someone help write the mallet parts and I'll probably do the battery but I just need help with a lot of the winds. Much love :)
here is an idea for a film music contest.
here is the scene:
Supergirl and wonderwoman are in a face-off and are getting ready to fight.
Write themes for each character.
incorporate the themes into suspenseful music to accompany the scene showing them getting ready to fight.
Any one interested?
Deadline is July 31.
My band director is soon returning from maternity leave, and I was thinking about playing a piece with some friends to welcome her back. My group consists of 1 clarinet, 3 flutes, 1 trumpet, 1 tuba and a few others willing to play if a chance arises. (Euphonium, Percussionist and trombone) Help me!
I'm glad to find such a large group of my people! So now an actual discussion question. I am trying to play this piece here ----> https://musescore.com/user/5473921/scores/2030666 and measure 27 etc. is killing me! I can move my fingers fast enough, but I cant move my air fast enough. Any tips?
Is it just me or is the group at a stalement? It only to me a few seconds to reach comments from 7 years ago. I play clarinet btw.
Hey, I know that this is for horn players (which I am), but are there any mellophone players here? And if there is, any advice because I really want to expand my range. My mello is in the key of b-flat.
Here is my arrangement for brass quintet of Attila ouverture by Giuseppe Verdi
I'm not a brass player, I'm a violinist. I'm just writing for myself with MuseScore, trying to build my composition and orchestration skills. How do you decide which tuba to use in compositions? Wikipedia says that some tubas are more commonly used in UK, the other is more commonly used in US. If I ever have a real player to write for, then I'll write for that persons instrument. Until that happens, can you give me any suggestions, comments etc? (I posted one of my composition exercises , with a tube, to this group, it's the variations on Swanee river) Thanks.
I was thinking about trying to get money to buy a new, professional horn, and I was wondering what kind of horns are the best. I know that the Berlin Phil plays on Alexander 103s, and they always seem to get good reviews, so I would definitely look at those, but I also know that there are other fantastic instruments and the Alexander might not be the best fit for me. Right now I play a Holton H179, and it works quite well for me, but I have college auditions next year and then college itself, and I think that a better horn would be beneficial.
I was looking online at alexander 103s, just for fun, and I saw that there are several different metals that they use. Each has its pros and cons, but I couldn't find which most people prefer.
If it helps at all, I prefer playing high horn (1st or 3rd).