I am working on composing a set of harmonized chorales, and want them to be formatted similarly to Bach's "371 4-Part Chorales", but don't know how.
In this piece, he put breaks between lines, as shown between #50 and 51.
How does one do this?
I wrote this piece that alludes to a Chinese Folk Melody. I'm not sure if the Wind parts are difficult to play. Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks :)
I found a musical called "An American Victory"
And the music from it is amazing!!! <3
Anyone interested in beautiful musical pieces will love this!
One of my favorites so far is this;
The story is set in 1801 and is about pirates, ships, patriotism, love, and FREEDOM
i am working on a piano sonata
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At one point Notepreformer was exclusive to Sibelius but now on their site they have betas for Finale and Dorico. Why not make a version for musescore? That would be really awesome. It probably will not happen but that would be cool.
This is a HUGE piece and I would appreciate feedback if you have the time. Or if you dont, listen to each of the two parts at different times :). It isn't finished, but feedback is appreciated!
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