I have been working on this for a bit, it is an ambient piano piece based off of Intervals and symmetric keyboard playing. It is highly experimental, thus there is some avant-garde-ness in it that is slightly... jarring.
Hello! I'm a drumline/battery arranger and I'm looking for some people that would like to arrange marching band/dci/indoor marching shows, but don't have the skills to write marching percussion pieces!
I can't decide if I should switch to Baritone or Tenor Sax, or if I should stay an Alto Sax. Can you help me decide
I've convinced my director to get my saxophone section new mouthpieces for jazz. I've been researching them for a while, but have not found good mouthpieces for a good price. Any recommendations? We have 2 altos, 2 tenors, and I play bari.
WE GOT 16 PEOPLE... THE BATTLE IS FINALLY STARTING!!
This battle is a tournament. I tried to make the same level of piano players against each other. (If you were playing 5 years, I put you against someone that was playing for 5 years)
1st Round: In the first round, the song i am assigning is any song you want to play. (Literally any song)
How I will be grading:
I will be grading on how difficult the piece is and how flawlessly you play it.
I will give you a grade out of 100.
The person with the better grade moves on to the second round.
Link with the bracket:
Record on a phone or laptop and upload it to your files. Then, submit it in the Google Form below. (If you have any problems message me)
The due date is Friday, November 22 by 12:00 AM (Eastern TIme) If you don't turn it in, or turn it in late, the other person will win no matter what.
I made a website with all of the necessary information. It is a lot more convenient for me and for y'all.
The link is:
When you go on the website, make an account
I want to play your original piano concerto! I have always wanted to play a concerto, and I think I can do us both a favor by giving a mini "commission" for your piece! After I learn it, it will go on YouTube:
I do have a few requirements:
-Please keep it under 6 minutes long. This can be an extract from a movement, but preferably an entire movement so that the video sounds complete.
-THE PIECE HAS TO BE PLAYABLE! I WILL NOT play a seemingly impossible (or impeccably difficult) concerto because I can't and I am not a virtuoso pianist.
-Please upload a score without the piano part. I will be uploading it to YouTube so I need a track without the piano part in it (as well as one with it, of course!). This means I will need you to upload a score to Musescore without the piano part for me to practice with and also so I can get an MP3 with only the orchestra.
-I will only choose one concerto to play. Since there are so many great composers on Musescore, I think I should run by a LOT of pieces. For that reason, I will have to pick only one piece for a commission.
-It must be original. I don't want to play a concerto that is almost identical to one that already exists. This means I won't accept transcriptions or anything like that. I want all of the composer in this concerto.
-Cadenzas are accepted. I can definitely play a cadenza for a concerto, but I strongly prefer a piece with orchestra.
I don't know how long it will take me to learn your concerto. I will definitely focus on making the most out of this experience for you AND me.
Also, if I don't pick your concerto, I can still upload it to YouTube if you want! I can post a MIDI visualization like many of my other videos on the channel.
Let's make this event a good one!
Please check out my new piece for solo piano , a small waltz :
Hope you enjoy !
Feedback would be great!