Would anyone be interested in me arranging any pieces for them? I will do it for most ensembles and solos too. I am currently working on Blue Bells of Scotland for my Wind Symphony.
Hi there, I just finished a piece of mine that I wrote years ago, I just would like your help on how I could improve.
I'm transcribing a piece for jazz trio, but I have run across a slight problem. The piece is in swing time, with a 67% eighth note ratio. If I add an acciaccatura (or any other grace note that comes before the beat, as far as I can tell) onto an off-beat note, the grace note is played far too early. It's almost as if it's playing a grace note for the straight eighth, rather than the swing eighth. The grace note works fine if it's on the on-beat. Can anyone give me some advice for how to fix this?
post your thoughts below
Whats your favorite everything -Mint
I have reported this issue half year ago and there is still no progress...
please try to open this link on iphone (your blog):
Are you going to fix it?
Here is link to original discussion:
Thanks for feedback
For a while I studied Polyphony but all my attempts have ended in more of a slow melismatic chorale, which is, at times, polyphony, but is still kind of boring. I was thinking of studying, also, Daniel Rosenfeld and Erik Satie.
Can someone suggest a piano-based/solo piece based on their technique? Any slowish kind of music is ok.
As weird as it sounds, I’m stirring onions in a pan with one hand, and typing this discussion in the other.
This is a very Paganini-inspired piece which I wrote, learned and eventually performed as my senior solo at my last high school orchestra concert. I used many Paganini-esque idioms like a B theme in parallel tenths and a lyrical middle section with extensive use of harmonics. But I also injected some Tchaikovsky at the end to deliver maximum energy!
Use the custom audio (don't have Pro yet so I can't set it as the default).
I'm still really proud of myself for having pulled this off. I composed, learned and then performed an original composition as my HS senior solo! I was heavily inspired by Paganini and so endeavored to make my part as difficult as possible. I copied a lot of Paganini-esque idioms like a B theme in parallel tenths, and a lyrical middle section with extensive harmonics use. But I took my inspiration for the coda from Tchaikovsky to get maximum energy at the very end!
When listening, use the custom audio. (Don't have Pro yet so I can't set it as the default.)
Hier gibt es jeweils eine kurze Notiz, wenn neue Noten hochgeladen sind, oder es Korrekturen/Updates zu den bestehenden Noten gibt.
Noch ein Hinweis:
Alle Noten haben in der Fusszeile eine Versionsnummer (z.B. V3.2) und ein Datum. Wenn ihr also prüfen wollt, ob ihr die letzte Version mit allen Korrekturen lokal gespeichert habt, dann könnt ihr eure Versionsnummer mit der hier auf dem Online Portal vergleichen.
Minecraft ftw and Pewdiepie's let's plays
I want to know that can I import XML file into the MuseScore.
I am glad to tell you that all six of the Op.6 songs are now available as templates. If you would like to transcribe, please ask for allocation on the spreadsheet.
Je suis heureux de vous dire que les six chansons de l'op.6 sont maintenant disponibles en tant que modèles. Si vous souhaitez transcrire, veuillez demander l’allocation sur la feuille de calcul.
Describe the person above you with 4 wordz -Mint
Let's play a game similar to the "word game" where you go down the alphabet saying words such as
but instead we only do musical terms or references.