I'm looking for sheet music from Let her go (Passenger). It has to be for the piano and without the melody, so for example chords with little variations, because I will play piano while another one is singing. It would be nice if the beginning is quiet and later, where in the real song the drum starts, more powerful (for example with octaves).
I hope someone can help me by finding/making sheet music!
Not sure where to post this, but tnew policy is terrible. Why pay for something that isn't even the original?
Most of the midi files uploaded here are made by other people and not the artists. In many, if not all songs, there are variations, mistakes and whatnot.
So why would I want to pay for something that isn't original? Bring me the original file exactly like it sounds like and I will be more than happy to throw my money at you.
Till then, bye.
Here's a piece I composed and played called "The Drifting Waltz". I have been composing themes and improvising on the piano for many years, but this is my first "Exact" composition that I have also notated down. My main influences in this piece are Ravel, Debussy , and to an extent, Prokofiev and even a bit of Gershwin. Let me know what you think !
Video of me playing it with the score:
Hey, limelights! I've uploaded a score for Why Don't We's song 'What Am I' Do check it out tysm :)) https://musescore.com/user/33451629/scores/5838374
Hi, trying to get some visibility and opinion for this series of old composition, not related to each other but for the time of their writing. I would be as well interested to get to hear those scores played by others. If anyone is up to the task, i ll be grateful.
I study music in school and need to start composing. I'm new to composing (and musescore) so aren't really sure on how to go about things. I started composing this waltz but aren't sure on what key to modulate to (and how) for a chordal b section.
Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated.