Im currently writing a show and i need a percussion arranger to write quality pit and battery parts for the show. Message me if interested.
Put simply, I'm kinda bored, and I want to write out some percussion parts. However, I have no shows to write for! So, does anybody have a show that they'd like me to help arrange percussion parts (both pit and battery) for?
I am currently arranging some pop music. I have some questions for anyone that would be willing to help an amateur:
1. In pop music, sometimes artists embellish a little with vocals and etc. Is it better to use complex rhythms to come close to what the artist does, insert an simpler rhythm, or change it all together?
2. In giving out the melody parts, I don't really want to give it to the trumpets every time because they always get it, and the flutes are usually really hard to hear? What other options do I have that will actually sound good? I know that just about every instrument can play melody, but I also know that if not executed correctly it could be a disaster.
3. Does anyone have any suggestions for songs that I could do?
Help me write music or I hack .#.(-.-")
Somebody write what u mean by dae dae(aye aye aye) please
I am in a high school marching band and we would love to get to play some of the music you put out so would it be all right to use some of it for Friday night games? If not thanks anyway and keep righting music you guys are great
Hi, does anyone know the size the sheet music page has to be so it can fit in a flipbook? Thanks
can someone make an arrangement to one of these version of this song
Has anybody thought about writing wat u mean by Dae Dae
anyone thinking about doing any tribute songs to prince?
Can anyone recommend me some marching band songs to arrange? And if it's a popular tune, can you name the school?
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im an arranger but im in college also and i have a jazz tour coming up and i was wondering if someone can help me with writing out exchange by Bryson Tiller
Who wants to help me out with some old school songs such as
Say My Name-Destinys Child
Cater to you-Destinys Child
ON OUR OWN-Bobby Brown
Does anyone know some awesome fast-paced drill songs?
is anyone else writing out one night by the rapper lil yachty
So I'm writing, a show called "The Sky". The music I want to use for the movements are,
Theme from "Rio" by John Powell
"Joy" by Frank Ticheli
Theme from "How to Train your Dragon" by John Powell
I just have a quick question, should I use Joy or Joy Revisited? Thanks!