A little and cheap - but happy - ragtime I composed for a girl I met in a summer camp this year.
Uploaded on Oct 29, 2018
My first piano composition on which I added a little improvisation part. This is my first score; I made it to try and test the software. I promise you I will post more difficult scores very soon :-)
This piece is very hard to play respecting the keys, so you are allowed to play some notes in G clef with your left hand.
Original version : https://www.jamendo.com/track/1432047/arpeges (released on July 22, 2016 on Jamendo.com)
Artist: "Vilega - piano forever"
A song reflecting one's first love/crush. The person thinks it's unrequited but soon realises that the other person has feelings for them too. (Not based on a true story. Or is it...)
This is a very rough (finished) version of it and I'm working on polishing it. (The only reason I made this was because I couldn't sleep at 4 AM).
Any constructive feedback is more than welcomed. Enjoy! :)
This was my first time making a composition, and I'm working on more. Any constructive criticism will be more than welcomed. Enjoy!
Hey guys! This is the first time I ever wrote an atonal piece, so I would like some advice and critique!
I have just created a group to compile a songbook of songs from Musescore (See group description for more detail, here's the link: http://musescore.com/groups/ultimate_songbook_of_musescore. We need all the people we can get to join, as it 30+ people to really kick start the path to publishing the song book, so it would be great for everybody to join!
Thanks in advance!
Please read the piece description; I plan to revise this piece later for improper notation and time signature but I'd also love to hear thoughts on the material, themes, harmony, structure, etc.
Hey everyone! I'm not exactly a beginner (I've been playing piano for nearly two years), but I have a good knowledge about music. If you have any questions, please leave a comment.
Hi Guys! I have created a new piece into my collection!... a rondo! I would gladly like comments and critique based on it! :)
I'm currently doing a collection of pieces in all 24 keys, for piano solo. I need help completing the set, so I'd appreciate it if you'd help out composing a short (less than or around 4 minutes) in G# minor (for now). The only criteria it must fulfill in order for it to be considered in the project is that the style of the piece must be different from the rest. Example: the piece in F major is written in a waltz, the one in Eb major is written 4/4 against 3/4, C minor has a Prokofiev (I think) feel to it, F minor is written in jazz, etc. Also, it must show some form of virtuoso/impressionism (whichever you are aiming for). I am interested in the dances forms (tango, marzuka, minuet, sarabande...), but anything goes for now. Credits will be given for the piece if it makes it in, as well as a favourite and a follow, very well deserving.
Here's the piece: https://musescore.com/user/151230/scores/5162921
PS: I might reject some pieces if I find the piece unsuitable for the project, I'll also include critique/reasons for the said decision. Love to hear from you guys!
This is a very incomplete rough draft of my Scherzo in E minor. It is one of the first pieces I've composed in a serious manner, and being that I don't actually take composition lessons, I'm looking for places to receive critique. Thanks for listening! Please comment :)
Out of curiosity, which song in this group is the hardest to play? I don't mean impossible to play or it being a super long song with mediocre technical skill, just hard on a technical/interpretive level. Or should this be a mini-competition lol
As a beginner , I don't know a lot 'bout music so can u explain to me in detail exactly what's the melody and the harmony ? And how can we make the harmony to the melody ? And what's the mainly rules that we have to respect writing the harmony ? And can we have more than one melody in a score ?
I just got a keyboard and thought this group would be good.
Since this group is supposed to have advanced pianists and composers, I thought some of you might be interested in joining a piano theme and variations contest. Here's the link:
Hi,I'm Gerben and I want some good tips for my compositions on piano. Does anyone have?
H i @ a l l ,
I'm FarrierPete, 62 years of age, MuseScore user since 3 years 26 weeks. (Now on MS 2.02) As I'm new to this group: Nice to meet you.
Maybe, you like Old Time Jazz, esp. the Boogie, and try to replicate it on your MIDI-Keyboard or on Fluid Synth with MuseScore? Let's talk about your experience, and what your teacher - if you have any - told you about that. Some hints on "How to" and some links to listen to will be welcome, of course.
To start some discussion:
I'm a nearly complete self taught amateur (or dilettante?) on a 61-Key-MIDI-Keyboard (as that "Steinway&Sons Grand" was too expensive B^)...) Touch sensitive keys, capable of General MIDI. As Musician, I learned reading scores and playin' recorder 55 years ago (at school), learned pickin' Guitar, mostly (german + celtic) Folk, Folk-Rock, Country & Delta-Blues (all by myself, too), I still play the guitar, but in the last 20 years, a MIDI Keyboard joined my computer(s) as input / output device. I still want to learn more...
If you wanna hear some examples, you might listen to
There are eight Boogies in one score... As I still am a simple "free" user (no "pro"), I have to "pile" them into one score.
Tell me, what you think, and what could be done better.
Have Fun and: Set the Music free!
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