from all of us at Rudimental Drummers a happy new years eve and a great new year.
Here is our #MuseScoreMonday score for this week!
Anyone able to make this or can give me some info/tips on this piece? I can't really reach above high F haha and can only find those scores with high notes. Thank you so much :)
Okay so, I know this isn't technically a choir thing, but I really need opinions on a song I just finished writing, because I feel like there is something weird about it, but I can't really think of what it is. Does anyone know what I should do? Please leave suggestions, I honestly don't know what to do.
it's #MusescoreMonday again!!!
Especially for the Christmas we added a lick, written on the music
of 'All I want for Christmas' by Mariah Carey.
Happy drumming and have a great Christmas!
I started studying trumpet in 2010, when It was arrround 2016 I got sick and didn´t preactice for almost a month, since then I can´t play higher notes, it has already been 2 years studying and I still can´t play them, what should I do?
I have a challenge!!! Who can write / re-write Bonobo : Black Sands into sheet music?
I just posted the Theme to Jurassic Park take some time and tell me your thoughts.
These words have 6 syllables in every line. Every other line rhymes. Try writing a song for this visit, by a mysterious stranger, to an inn. (In the middle of a storm)
You think up the title...
The wind howled, thunder roared,
And lightning smote the sky
Rain battered on the roof,
Charcoal clouds swirled on high
A dark figure trudged up
The rain and mud filled lane
His black cape was pulled tight
To try and stop the rain
A lantern shone ahead,
Swinging in the fierce storm
Towards this beacon went
The dark and rain soaked form
Shutters closed to the wind
Showed but a crack of light
To the door he did go
A shadow in the night
The keep heard the wind howl
As he opened the door
And inside, water ran
From cape onto the floor
Face hidden by his brim
His collar turned up high
He closed the tavern door
Against the winds harsh cry
A muddy trail he left
To a chair by the wall
He sat, back to the fire,
For warmth against the squall
From beneath his cape came
A gloved hand with some gold
He beckoned for hot stew
And a mug of ale cold
Reaching up, he undid
The clasps that held his cape
He threw it on a chair,
A black and formless shape
His hair was long and black
Though shadow hid his face
A steel sword turned to gold
By flick’ring fireplace
Silently, ate his stew
Then chased it down with ale
Outside the storm had turned
Into a north-east gale
He stood and donned his cape
And turned towards the door
Without a word he went,
Across the cold black moor.
Can someone make an arrangement for clarinet of ‘A Longford Legend’ movement 3, ‘Killyburn Brae’? I would very much appreciate it.
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I'm not a trombone or brass performer myself, more of a classical composer and arranger. My dad plays trombone and had me arrange this piece for him last year. I was thinking some people on here might enjoy it (especially advanced trombone performers looking for a Christmas arrangement) Here is a link to a sample of the score: https://musescore.com/user/6280351/scores/5340571/s/gfZl7Y
If you're interested in purchasing the whole piece, here is a link to my website: https://dominioninmusic.com/
Have a good Christmas!
All the best,
This is a very advanced but fun piece for trombone, so enjoy!
WE NEED MUISC FOR THE CHRISTMAS NOW WE SHALL GET HYPEDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
Hi I’m new, I need some slow songs to practice my tone.
Does anyone have some good sheet music for me to play I need some new music? I am kinda getting bored with my music.
I'm looking for a clarinet solo to practice the upper register. Anything 8-10 grade level would be fine.
how do you write interesting lyrics, how do you avoid cliches, how do you find and create interesting metaphores, how do you create something beautiful, how to change lyrics into which directions, what's your rhyme-dictionary, how to avoid the perfect rhyme?
These are the subject of Pat Pattison's books. Pat is to lyrics what a mechanic is to my car :)
Just as a teaser:
* lyric is a car
* car of lyric
* lyric's car
-> what images do these create for you, and how can you use them for your lyrics?
* lyric brings you to destination, lyrics move, lyrics entice
* / your turn :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTpGF6otM1Q It's called Breadfan and our band loves the song so much that our band teacher, he errrr banned (or band, if i wanted to be punny) the song. So he took away the song from us and we don't have the music for it. Some of the best players remember it, but most forgot. So it would be appreciated if someone could bring our lovely breadfan back to us so we can be happy yet again because we hate our band teacher and vice versa and we want our breadfan back.