I want to start a new marching band project and cant think of any show concepts. Please leave your suggestions in comments i would love to have source music to arrange.
You may already heard about us. We're the Young Composers' Online Orchestra ("YCOO"). Recently, we've started a new project - we're gonna play Elliot Butler's Drama for Orchestra No. 6.
In the process of preparing the parts for our members, we found out that we don't have any English Horns, Violas and Double Basses!
If you can play one (or more :P) of those instruments, please consider joining us either forever, or for the current project only. You could save a LOT of effort and hope we're all giving in our orchestra.
Have a great day,
Milan Steklý, moderator of the YCOO
Join my new banana group. Sure to be lots of sweet yellow slippery fun (whatever that means).
This is a collection of pep tunes I arranged; I probably missed some really popular ones so please give me suggestions for new ones to add
I have had this project in the works, and have all the pieces lined up, except for a ballad, because I cannot find a ballad piece that fits the theme of this project. I will provide a link and the piece selection below for you to look up/listen to.
Theme Idea: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpU_yjsGkHs
ThE sMiLeR - Kübler, Wunsch, Krause, de Moura, and Heidicke
In the Hall of the Mountain King - Edvard Greig
Bird & Bela in Bb (1st Movement) - Don Sebesky
Asphalt Cocktail - John Mackey
**INSERT BALLAD HERE**
ThE sMiLeR Reprise
Dense - Univers Zero
And no, am not trying to make a Bluecoats show, even though it looks like it. These are just the best pieces that fit with this theme.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Hi! This piece is the first ever piece I've ever written :D. It's very short as this is only the first movement (lol I'm still thinking on adding 1 more or 2 more movements to this piece...). And lol I know the melody is so boring but just bare with it XD. Please give some feedback, and any criticism is welcome. I'm learning a lot from the MuseScore community, so leaving a comment would definitely help me learn some skills when composing. I'm just a beginner who never compose ensemble pieces more than 4 parts before... lol >.< haha thanks for reading this! Have a good day!