We can learn from parents, teachers, and other adults, but we can also learn from our peers! Please post your music and help other group members make their music better.
This group is about everything related to saxophone. Share scores (of course with sax as leading instrument) and discuss saxophone playing- and composing- related topics. Some general discussions about sax, sax music, sax players are welcome as well.
Here is the list of saxophone groups containing sets of scores as well, so check them out:
1) Saxophone ensembles group (quartets,quintets,etc.)
2) Jazz Standards Lead Sheets
3) Sax arrangements group
- saxophone arrangements of rock/pop music or movies’/games’ soundtracks:
4) Sax solo transcriptions
Our mission is to show that there can be great composers even though we are still in high school. We are just that awesome.
A place to share your work, talk with fellow composers, and get advise on your scores!
If you are a beginner do not hesitate and join us, share your scores with us and give us your opinions on ours!
NO bad language
NO bullying of any kind
This is a group for creating MuseScore lead sheets of jazz standards. If you have created a lead sheet of a jazz standard, leave a comment with a link to your score in the List of available jazz standards discussion thread to you have your score included in the collection.
If you don't know what a lead sheet is, see the definition below under "What is a Lead Sheet?". Likewise, if you don't know what a jazz standard is, see the definition below under "What Is a Jazz Standard?".
Feel free to report mistakes in any of the scores featured in this group.
What is NOT Included in This Group's Collection
For scores that are not lead sheets of jazz standards (e.g., solo guitar arrangements, transcribed instrumental solos, original jazz compositions, educational or music theory scores, etc.), see below for recommended MuseScore groups that might be the right place for your score. If you don't find a group that matches your score, you can create a group yourself.
Other Jazz-related MuseScore.com Groups
Jazz Lead Sheets (Originals) - Lead sheets for your original jazz compositions.
Leadsheets - Leadsheets of all musical genres.
Jazz Group - A group for jazz composers and/or arrangers who want to share original compositions and arrangements.
The Jazz Group for Jazzy People who write Jazz music! - Similar to the preceding, this is a group for jazz composers and/or arrangers who want to share original compositions and arrangements.
Jazz Solo Transcriptions - A project for documenting jazz solos via transcription.
What Is a Lead Sheet?
Most musicians would define a lead sheet as follows: a simple music score showing only the originally composed melody line of a song / composition, and chord symbols representing the chord changes of a song / composition. In the case of popular songs played in the jazz community, a lead sheet often includes the words to the song. If you've ever used a fakebook like 'The Real Book' or 'The Ultimate Jazz Fake Book', you've seen a lead sheet.
Some lead sheets may include introductory instrumental sections. For popular songs, introductory verses are sometimes included. Occasionally, a lead sheet includes a suggested bass line or a suggested chord voicing, when they are an integral part of the song or composition. For example, the lead sheets for Miles Davis' "All Blues" and "So What" in the Real Book vol. 1 feature bass lines and/or piano chord voicings considered essential to playing the composed sections of those tunes (assuming that you want to reproduce the general arrangement and feel of the original recording).
Lead sheets are primarily intended to help musicians play a song in live performance, or to learn the melody and chords of a song during a practice section.
The following are usually NOT considered lead sheets:
* A full arrangement with multiple instrumental parts
* A piano (or guitar, etc.) score with chord voicings throughout the score
* A transcription of a recorded performance including instrumental solos
What Is a Jazz Standard?
Generally speaking, jazz standards are either popular songs written between about 1910 and 1960 that have been performed by jazz musicians and singers over many years, OR instrumental tunes by jazz composers like Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, and Wayne Shorter that have been widely performed and recorded by jazz musicians and singers of mid-20th century popular music.
As with any artistic category, sometimes the boundary lines are a little hard to draw. For example, certain 19th-century ragtime pieces, Brazilian bossa novas, folks songs, and even adaptations of classical music have become jazz standards. The important distinguishing factor for a jazz standard is that it is a piece of music that many professional and amateur jazz musicians have recorded and played live as jazz music.
If you have a particular interest in "newer" jazz compositions (those from about 1970 to the present), or pop music from the rock / R&B + soul / hip-hop eras arranged for jazz performance, please let us know, and then make some lead sheets. We'll try to find a good home for your work on MuseScore.com.
The group for Critique, Reviews and Feedback on your pieces, as well as answers to questions about music!
As musicians we can always be learning and getting better. Here we can support each other. I only want postive people here please!
This group is for amateur composers who are looking for support, critics, and advice on their music. While supportive criticism is welcome, be considerate of others and their work.
Feel free to post your scores and share ideas.
just a few quick rules:
1. no offensive posts or commenting.
2. please, when you post a song for everyone to look at only one song per post.
3. no spamming
failure to follow rules will result in a temporary ban.
other wise feel free to post music and start discussions.
For transcribed saxophone solos synchronized with youtube video/audio. So, you can see what is played and hear how it is played, and even slow down the playback speed to learn to play it!
Post your transcriptions and use the ones that are already done.
See the top post in "discussions" section of the group for more information.
By the way, the main "Saxophone" group is here, check it out as well:
Here are the directions:
1. Join the group.
2. Create some music.
3. Put your music on Musescore.
5. Wait for the staff to comment. (It shouldn't be more than a few days)
Here are the rules:
1. you may make discussions
2. one of the admins will look at it and give you some help
3. please post in English.
(If the rules are broken, you might lose your membership. Sorry :P)
Mission:To get as close to perfection as possible!
Please leave your concerns or editorial needs in the discussion board.
This group is specifically for all you teenage composers and musicians... It's great that you're here!
Please remember to be considerate of the other members; the only way for us to have a fun community here is if we're all respectful of each other.
Oh, and be sure to add all of your scores to this group... :D
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