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Trumpet

5 discussions • 23 scores • 703 members

About heart issues and trumpet embouchure.

Randomly Screwing Around

2.6K discussions • 1.9K scores • 632 members

Hey guys!
This group is pretty much what the title says. Feel free to talk about whatever you want. After all, since we're all members in the musescore community, we should get to know each other better :D
And don't forget to add your scores in!!!

It's strongly recommended that you read the entire group description and its links upon joining. This is a very tight-knit, fast paced, and INSANELY active community. It is one of, if not THE most active group on the entire site (discussions that get over 100 comments in 1-2 hours is not surprising, especially during summer and winter/spring holidays). Not to mention that this is the group with the most discussions on the entire site. So it's probably best if you knew some background info about this group :P

Here's the history of this group if you need to get caught up...it's pretty interesting lol. It gets updated every time something "important" happens in here, I guess :P https://musescore.com/groups/randomlyscrewingaround/discuss/5016307 (last updated January 26, 2019)

Anyway, here are some basic guidelines for this group.
1. Just be nice in general, I guess. Respect other users, and keep discussions appropriate :P
2. Discussions in this group should be of quality and spark conversation. See here for additional info: https://musescore.com/groups/randomlyscrewingaround/discuss/5025451
Any discussions that do not follow this will be deleted without warning.
3. Worship Rebecca Y
4. An occasional discussion asking for people to check out a score is okay...just don't do it for every single piece you write. And if several people have already posted discussions to check out pieces, please wait a while before you ask for people to check out your stuff.
5. Please don't add all your scores to the group at once.
6. Don't actually follow #3... unless you really want to. I'm fine with that :P

Check out this group's theme song: https://musescore.com/rebecca_yang/randomlyscrewingaround-themesong :P

Sub-groups of RSA
- Randomly Screwing Around 2 (moderated group) - linked below next to "website"
- RSA arrangement project (moderated group): https://musescore.com/groups/rsa-arrangement-project
- RSA Meme Team: https://musescore.com/groups/rsa-meme-team
- RSA Cuisine Club (moderated group): https://musescore.com/groups/rsa-cuisine-club-luka-alli-smith-is-totally-awesome
- RSA Arcade: https://musescore.com/groups/the-rsa-arcade

Anyway I hope you have fun here :D

Another note (and sorry about this): This group, as of now, is INVITE ONLY to prevent trolls/spammers from joining. RSA has in fact been the target of multiple trolls in the past, and I am not willing to wait for this group to blow up before doing something about the current situation.

Let's Reach 2,000+ Members!!

95 discussions • 3.8K scores • 574 members

In a Sentence:
The "Let's Reach 2,000 Members!!" group goal is to represent the entire community of Musescore in one big group so you can keep up with the latest works of anyone on Musescore.

(Reasons to Join:)
>This group will help you if you struggling to get followers or likes on your music.
>It will also help you stay active in the Musescore community
>You can share any music that is original, transcribed, and arranged. (Make sure your music has appropriate titles and lyrics - If there are either)
> This is a group for the entire community to share and be awesome in
> I will eventually get a contest up and running
> Many fantastic composers have already joined this group

~That Saxophone Guy

MuseScore Help Group

205 discussions • 428 scores • 548 members

What is needed here is in the description. I only ask that you only post pieces made from help you recieved here. Thanks!

JOIN THIS GROUP!!!!!!!

66 discussions • 3.2K scores • 544 members

This group is for anyone who wants a place to share their music and get feedback. All types of music are welcome. This isn't a very formal group, so there aren't really any rules other than what you would expect (common sense is appreciated as well) Also, I would like to get as many members as possible, like, more than 600, which will probably never happen, but it's worth a try! Other than that, just have fun and invite your friends!

MuseScore Drumline

50 discussions • 247 scores • 404 members

MuseScore Drumline - tips, tricks, questions, support, ideas, and more.

Songs with Lyrics, lyrics for songs, songs for lyrics

26 discussions • 372 scores • 333 members

This group is aimed at members that write lyrics, would like to write lyrics, or would like to have lyrics put to their songs.
IMPORTANT: Only original, finished songs with lyrics may be posted to this page!

To get help, advice, about your song, request lyrics for your tune, or offer lyrics for someone to write a tune about just start a discussion, post a link or put your lyrics into a comment. To help out, open the discussions and check them out... you'll figure it out :)

MuseScore on iOS

168 discussions • 11 scores • 333 members

Play more sheet music with the MuseScore Songbook app on your iOS device.

Marching Percussion

34 discussions • 223 scores • 309 members

Marching Percussion & Drumline Group

Lyrics

15 discussions • 406 scores • 302 members

Listen to some of the songs people have composed and add the best one you have done.

Advertise your music!

91 discussions • 2.4K scores • 294 members

If you have a song you'd like to advertise or you are after someone to collab with, start a discussion and post whatever you need to post!

Saxophonists

15 discussions • 330 scores • 291 members

Greetings! This group is here to feature the saxophone. It doesn't matter what kind you play (soprano, alto, tenor, bari, bass, even sopranissimo and subcontrabass). Feel free to post your music here, though it must have saxophones in it! After all, what ensemble would be complete without one? ^_^

This group will have contests fairly often (we'll try to do one every month). We will take a vote to see which score everyone likes the best. Possibly, the winner of each contest will go on to the next level, competing in The Master Composers group against the other instrument groups. However, this does not mean you must enter a contest to post a score. You may post scores to this group whenever you wish, so long as it features a type of saxophone.

We do, of course, have rules:
1.) No swearing, name calling, bickering, etc.
2.) No insulting people's scores. Please comment on people's scores, but don't criticize harshly. Constructive criticism only.
3.) Please show respect to everyone.
4.) If you break a rule excessively (I will be the judge of that, though I will be fair), you will be expelled from the group.
5.) Have fun! This group is here solely for your benefit. We aim to help each other become better composers.

Halloween Music

15 discussions • 231 scores • 264 members

Halloween or Hallowe'en (a contraction of "All Hallows' Evening"), also known as Allhalloween, All Hallows' Eve, or All Saints' Eve, is a yearly celebration observed in a number of countries on 31 October, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows' Day. It initiates the triduum of Allhallowtide, the time in the liturgical year dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints (hallows), martyrs, and all the faithful departed believers. Within Allhallowtide, the traditional focus of All Hallows' Eve revolves around the theme of using "humor and ridicule to confront the power of death."

According to many academic scholars, All Hallows' Eve is a Christianized feast initially influenced by Celtic harvest festivals, with possible pagan roots, particularly the Gaelic Samhain. Other academic scholars maintain that it originated independently of Samhain and has solely Christian roots.

Typical festive Halloween activities include trick-or-treating (or the related "guising"), attending costume parties, decorating, carving pumpkins into jack-o'-lanterns, lighting bonfires, apple bobbing, visiting haunted house attractions, playing pranks, telling scary stories, and watching horror films. In many parts of the world, the Christian religious observances of All Hallows' Eve, including attending church services and lighting candles on the graves of the dead, remain popular, although in other locations, these solemn customs are less pronounced in favour of a more commercialized and secularized celebration. Because many Western Christian denominations encourage, although no longer require, abstinence from meat on All Hallows' Eve, the tradition of eating certain vegetarian foods for this vigil day developed, including the consumption of apples, colcannon, cider, potato pancakes, and soul cakes.

Traditional folk music

5 discussions • 217 scores • 226 members

This group is a place where music scores of traditional folk music from all cultures can be gathered in one place.

Kpop Arrangements

6 discussions • 80 scores • 186 members

You don't have to be an amazing arranger or transcriber to join this group! You can even join just to see the wonderful things that other people have created.

Acapella Arrangers

8 discussions • 326 scores • 171 members

Please only post relevant material to this page: a cappella versions of any pre-existing or original pieces. This group is meant for the appreciation of other arrangers in the field of a cappella music.

Rules:
Please don't post non-relevant material,
Don't be hostile in the discussion forums or in the comments of individual scores,
To be accepted in the group, you must have at least one a cappella score uploaded.