I am currently writing a show right now. I'm finished with the first two movements and would appreciate if someone wanted to write a percussion book for it! Message me for details.
If I may, I would like to suggest a contest: Find the worst soundfont you can (MuseScore 1 is acceptable if you don't want to download a new one - just use oboe, accordion, or another really bad-sounding instrument soundfont), then write a short song for it and see if you can make it sound good! It can be for any instrument.
The idea is credit of Benjamin Basford (https://musescore.com/basfordmedia - discussion here: https://musescore.com/basfordmedia/moriartys-grip#comment-1049596). The deadline is August 9th, so you have a full month to do it. The judges (me and whoever else would like to be one) can enter but may not judge themselves.
I am looking for loud fun stand tunes for our low brass. We play loud and proud. obnoxiously loud just like brass is supposed to. If yall know of any loud exciting stand tunes for low brass I would appreciate it. Have a nice day
Hey all! I'm going to audition for my local junior orchestra in the fall, and need some advice... here are the requirements:
A solo or piece of your choosing that fully demonstrates your finest playing, such as a piece you are working on in lessons or a piece you performed with your school
A classical concerto for your instrument of your choice
Major scales and arpeggios up to four flats and sharps
Melodic minor scales and arpeggios up to four sharps and flats
I have the last four down, I just need help finding a solo piece. If any of you have any suggestions, i'm in need!
A bit impossible
Unless you're insane
This music music has a sense of tragedy with romanticism and a bit of modernism accents.
Of course you will hear one of the most popular classical music progressions (baroque epochs progressions of fifth) but i wanted to do my own version of that progression. Maybe you can relate my piece with someone others... leave your comment i would like to know what others think...
Hello MuseScore DCI community! I have decided to attempt a transcription of the Blue Devils' 2019 show, "Ghostlight"! As I am rather new to this (compared to the likes of /TheMTCrew or /dillonreese), any and all constructive feedback is welcome!
The score can be found here: https://musescore.com/user/177701/scores/5642986
I am looking for some songs from the forties/fifties/love songs to play for a 50th wedding anniversary. A solo or duet would do.
this is the best form of my mary had a little lamb parody (it sounds dumb, but it actually sis one of my better pieces)
Check it out!
This is a pep band arrangement of a mary had a little lamb inspired piece (I promise it isn't as stupid as it sounds)
This is a mary had a little lamb inspired piece for pep band. It is not as dumb as it sounds, trust me
I would like to know your opinion about my music, maybe u can give me advice? is there some places where my music sounds "a little bit off" or you saw some mistakes in my score let me know...
So, you know how I have been working on the 50 follower special composition right? Well, I am 2/3 of the way through it and even include a short bit of canon in the composition. But after this canonic moment, I can't seem to make further progress. I know that I want to go back to G major by means of a plagal cadence(which would require me to substitute C major for C#°) and that I want to end the piece with a plagal cadence.
I have been having this composers block for about a week now. I usually embrace it and just move on to composing something else, but this is a 50 follower special composition that I have been working on.
I'm currently arranging a Panic at the Disco marching band medly. I'm not the best though at percussion though so if someone could help that would be appreciated.
I've uploaded a couple of scores for brass quartets over the last few months or so and I was hoping somebody with more experience and expertise might be willing to give them a quick a once over? The scores are:
'Something of nautical empires' -
'Learning to get up again' -