I'm looking for places to practice piano while in Nice, Lausanne, and/or northwestern Spain. Anybody have any experience with practicing while on the road in any of those places? Thanks!
I'm in eigth grade and I have learned control of the lower register and I am trying to learn altissimo notes. I made the all state band and the highest band at my high school.
Hey! I just joined this group because I hoped I could find people who loved mallet percussion as much as I do. I just added six of my pieces I've made to the group and hoped I could get some feedback on them. Thank you and I hope to be able to help future composers and mallet percussionists! :D
Only just joined this - looking really for some direction. Have been learning for 1 month so know my notes, practice every day . . . . what should I be ding? What should I be expecting?????
I'm thinking about publishing my stuff on Jwpepper.com but i need to know if my pieces are good enough for that. Here's my new song https://musescore.com/cooldog511/scores/5047623
Its kinda copyrighted but i think i can handle it maybe
I am looking for a better soundfont for marching percussion is there any with flams and tenor shots? any kind of info would help
Hello! I composed a high school indoor percussion show that is still untitled. I am very new to writing for battery so I am asking someone to do it for me. I will credit you! More than one person can do it. Do not steal my composition and claim it as your own.
There are some parts that I would like for battery parts to not be written:
1. During the preshow, before keyboards enter for the first time.
2. During the transition to Part 2.
3. During the beginning of Part 2, with the eerie celesta phrases. After the marimba enters with the swelling eighth notes, it is fine, and so on.
Here are some parts where I'd like a specific thing to happen:
1. A tenor "Feature" that includes syncopated rims.
2. A cymbal feature where the keyboards decrescendo to mp before the final impact to the end.
Beyond that, you can do whatever you please!
LINK : https://musescore.com/user/226816/scores/5019991
Contact me as soon as you finish! Comment if you are interested!
Additionally, I compose for winds, so if you would like to collab in the future, my email is : email@example.com
Hello, I just wrote my first piece entitled "A Rainy Day" for a sax quartet and I would LOVE any feedback. Please listen to it and help me. It would be greatly appreciated. (Just listen to it on my profile)
I have loved Poulenc's music (especially his piano music) since I was a small child, and I just wonder if anyone else shares my appreciation for his music.
I have almost a whole show written with no percussion. My background is in mostly wind arranging so a percussion arranger would be amazing! Thanks!
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Hey, I was wondering if anybody has found a very good "FULL SHOW" based on the song 2112, if not I was maybe thinking of trying to make one. I know that there is one by some college band that is pretty good but it is only like a 3 min show and I was looking for like a full, and well done, HS or DCI show. If I end up making a show based off of this, please also let me know if you'd be interested in helping me :) THX fellow DCI lovers!
Welcome to the Saxophone group! Here is some Information for you and links to sax scores and other sax-related groups on MuseScore.
First of all, this particular group (Saxophone) is kind of “basic” saxophone group, containing discussions and articles about saxophone. To read an article - just scroll down after clicking the "discussions" section. You will recognize an article in "discussions" by the [article] prefix in its title.
You are very welcome to make more posts!
Then, here are some links to other saxophone-related groups including sets of valuable saxophone scores:
1) Saxophone ensembles group (quartets,quintets,etc.) -
2) Jazz Standards Lead Sheets -
3) Sax arrangements group - saxophone arrangements of rock/pop music or movies’/games’ soundtracks
4) Sax solo transcriptions -
5) Collection of scores: sax solo or with accompanying instrument - https://musescore.com/groups/saxophone/discuss/5015764
Feel free to create discussions and articles, to add your scores and to comment!
Now added to the sheet music for the group.
Added to the Sheet music for the group.
As we are preparing the MuseScore 2.3 update, I thought I would see what type of templates you guys would like to see added for marching percussion in the next update.
Right now we are considering:
- Drumline (snare, tenors, basses, cymbals)
- Drumline - show style (snare, tenors, single tenor, basses, cymbals)
- Indoor Marching Percussion (add flubs to drumline, plus front ensemble)
- Front Ensemble (help us define this one!)
- Military drum corps (snare, single tenor, bass, cymbals)
- Pipeband drum corps (snare, single tenor, bass)
Anything we're missing? Anything else you'd like to see?
This is the first composition I have ever made, and I'm not quite sure what to do with it. It would be really cool if I could turn it into a full concert band piece. Any pointers before I start transposing?
I have been thinking quite a lot about how we can support instrument changes for front ensemble to include mixing pitched and non-pitched percussion.
In trying to come up with a solution to this, I started thinking about the actual physical construction and organization of these instruments, for example on the frame of a marimba is a rail which you can attach another instrument.
Using this metaphor, I came up with the concept of a "rail" added to a pitched percussion staff. This rail functions quite literally the same as the rail on an instrument frame might, enabling the ability to add and switch between nearly any non-pitched percussion instrument.
Here is an example - https://musescore.com/daniel/scores/5032929