Last Monday we did another #MusescoreMonday release.
This time a drum feature used in a Marchingband show, that we also did the choreography for.
Check it out:
We'd love to hear what you think of it.
Any cello players hmu
This is a short arrangement of the beautiful hymn "Abide with Me" for string quartet. Hope you enjoy!
I'm new here and still not very good with the software, but I saw a discussion about the lack of scores for cello in the musescore community, so here's one of my own adaptations as an exemple:
All you have to do is change any instrument in any sheet you'd like for cello, make sure the clef is right, select that instrument (line) from the begining to the end of the sheet and adjust all the notes at once clicking up and/or low on your keyboard. When you are satisfied with the notes (I like to play it lower, darker, whenever possible), you are set.
You can also change all the other instruments in a symphony (select the instrument line + up/down until you have it harmonized with the cello part) or convert a whole symphony for a cello orchestra.
I thought this post could be useful for newcomers. If this is a repeatitive subject, please moderate and delete. :)
Would anyone happen to have any viola and bass duet pieces? Me and my friend are looking for something that is beginner-intermediate*, and the bass part does have something more than quarter notes. I'll also be okay with a Viola/Cello part, as long as it doesnt go below a low E. Thanks!
*We've been playing for about six months, and the hardest we've done is doing Moana songs (like 4 songs in one score). I'm sure we could also figure out a intermediate piece too.
A double bass goes to a psychiatrist.
Double bass: Doctor, someone told me I sound depressed.
Doctor: Let's hear it!
Double bass: G - D - ,A - 'E.
The psychiatrist's face darkens.
Doctor: I refer you to a good friend of mine. He will operate on you.
Double bass: And what will become of me then?
Doctor: A cello, a viola and a violin.
One says: "Hey you, the other day I gave a concert and had to play with someone, who had built a harp like you and me into a wooden box and knocked on it with felt hammers."
I have created a Bodhrán instrument in MuseScore, and attached a score with a Bodhrán part added to a Tin Whistle tune.
I need two motifs for two cats one is mischievous and the other is curious.
I am doing a string quartet in G major the time signature is 4/4.
Each motifs needs to start and end on G/B/D and be no longer than a bar long.
Any suggestions please
I wrote these for pep band. What do you think? (its the Kansas City Chiefs/ Atlanta Braves theme Tomahawk Chop (1st one) and Talkin out the Side of Your Neck (2nd one))
Write a ringtone for a phone using any instruments you want. It can't be more than 45 seconds though. Deadline July 22, so you have one month.
EDIT: Deadline July 12
This is my first attempt on string quartet! I will be glad if you can give me some feedback!
So I only have a few measures of a first movement but I hope to expand this into a full 4 movement string quartet. Thing is, I find it hard to get the combination of being in sonata form and still being interesting when it gets past duets into trios and quartets. I know it should be easier because I have more freedom with a string quartet than with a piano sonata but no, I have always found piano sonatas easier to compose.
Here is my first draft. You can see that I go from a Tutti to the cello playing solo which really brings out the warm sound of the cello. I plan on having the other instruments come back one by one until I reach Tutti again. So here is the link:
Hey it's me. Haven't said much thus far so might as well now. Just wanted to encourage you guys to keep sharing your music and inviting people and, most importantly, supporting your fellow composers/musicians/arrangers. We're a small community now but if we keep reaching out who knows! So just keep making music and being your awesome selves!
So downloaded musescore 3 and had to reinstall MDL again and I noticed some of the palettes are missing from the MDL section compared to the musescore 2.3.2 one. I haven't noticed if anything else is missing but just thought I'd let anyone know.
And it's Monday again!
Time for a new #MusescoreMonday release.
This time our team member Daan Cornelissen wrote a traditional march 'Rhine River', inspired by Swiss and Basel drumming.
Check it, learn it, share it!