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Sax arrangements

4 discussions • 86 scores • 535 members

You can post here arrangements or your own compositions of rock/pop/any other style or movies/games themes for any ensemble
which includes saxophone(s) as lead instrument .

This is the one and only criterion for scores of the group.

Enjoy posting, commenting and playing it!

MuseScore Help Group

192 discussions • 418 scores • 512 members

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


46 discussions • 66 scores • 448 members

Welcome, first time with BTS?

Please feel free to contribute BTS songs! Any mashups, remakes or original songs from BTS are totally fine - it just has to be BTS related.

Let's be friendly to each other!

MuseScore Drumline

56 discussions • 243 scores • 385 members

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

MuseScore on iOS

142 discussions • 9 scores • 294 members

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

Popular Music

0 discussions • 241 scores • 226 members

Hey! I like listening to arrangements of popular songs, but it's now always easy to find then. And I'm sure I'm not the only one who has this problem. So, whether you're looking for a certain song, the latest song on the charts, Musescore style, or want to share your arrangement, come on in!

Mastering MuseScore

34 discussions • 10 scores • 38 members

If you are looking for information on how to use MuseScore, this is the place for you!

Group admin Marc Sabatella is Director of Education for MuseScore, one of the developers of the software, and the author of the comprehensive guide Mastering MuseScore. Let Marc be your expert guide as you explore our companion website - the ultimate resource for learning the world's most popular music notation software!

Meanwhile, feel free to take part in the discussions here on the official Mastering MuseScore group on

MuseScore Mini Blog

1 discussion • 0 scores • 21 members

Welcome to the Miniblog of MuseScore team for MuseScore users.

P.S. All topics from non-team members will be removed.

P.P.S. But Feel free to comment !


5 discussions • 0 scores • 11 members

The purpose of this group is to discuss issues related to creating scores in MuseScore that can be easily converted to Braille.

You are welcomed to ask for public domain scores to be transcribed and added to the Openscore Braille account. Volunteers to transcribe these score are always appreciated. Please post requests for scores to be added here, so people can volunteer to transcribe them for you.

If you have a score you would like listed on the OpenScore-Braille account, please provide a link to it and ensure I have a way to contact you directly. You may also e-mail me directly at

If you convert scores to braille and would like to have them included on the OpenScore Braille account, please post them here so others can see what is being worked on.


10 discussions • 40 scores • 10 members

A group for everything that deals with the connection of music and - sung or spoken - lyrics: Songs, poetry set to music, but also theatre music and musicals.
Of course, it is primarily about the music, but the theme also includes the content and structure of the sung words.

Mathematical Musicians

4 discussions • 2 scores • 9 members

I just thought it would be fun to have a group to talk about math, and help other people with their math problems. :P Feel free to join even if you don't like math and would just like some help! :D

The group is moderated, but I'll let pretty much anybody in.


18 discussions • 1 score • 9 members

Just some rules:⬇️

1.none of the things you use are one-shot weapons

2.certian things have certian debuffs like burning or bleeding

3.If you die you respawn at a area where you don’t immediately die can have pets :)

5.If you are to be the one spawning a boss,people can choose to help you or let you die and you don’t have to fight the bosses I spawn Either.

These are the main rules,other rules may apply to certain bosses,see Echo for more details.

Public Domain Popular Song Sheet Music (1900-1950)

2 discussions • 1 score • 8 members

This is a group for piano sheet music transcriptions of popular songs now in the public domain.

To Add a Score to This Group

Please leave a hyperlink to your score in a comment in the discussion thread "Popular song standards currently in the public domain"

Background Information on Popular Songs of the 'Great American Songbook' era

The group of songs known as the 'Great American Songbook' were popular songs written mainly from about 1910 to 1960, with the period of 1924 to 1950 being particularly fruitful for the creation of pop and jazz standards. Sheet music was still a huge industry during the first half of the 20th century, and these songs reached music fans via both sheet music and recordings.

This MuseScore group is intended to serve as a home for public domain piano sheet music documenting Great American Songbook standards as well as novelty songs and other songs from the era (and the 2-3 decades just prior to that era) that have been less frequently revived.

Copyright Background Information

As of 2019, perhaps only a 40-50 of the songs played consistently by jazz and traditional pop artists are in the public domain in the United States, but from 2020 forward, each year will see a treasure trove of pop and jazz standards pass out of copyright.

If you have transcribed or would like to transcribe public domain sheet
music of popular song standards, this is the group for you. For most works created prior to 1978, copyright expires after 95 years. This means that in 2019, works first published during or before 1923 are in the public domain.

The 'Great American Songbook' really started to kick into high gear around 1924, the year George and Ira Gershwin hit their strides with "Lady Be Good" (the Broadway show, from which comes the standard). Of course, Irving Berlin, who is often considered the first of the great 'Songbook' writers, published many songs (and a few big hits that have become enduring standards) from 1907 to 1919, a period when Jerome Kern was also writing and creating a handful of standards himself.

After 1924 came the torrent of song classics from the Gershwin Brothers, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, Richard Rodgers, Harold Arlen, Harry Warren, Jimmy McHugh, Duke Ellington, Burton Lane, Jimmy Van Heusen, and dozens of other composers and lyricists, some of whom had long careers, and others of whom we know only for one or two songs.

While Vaudeville and the more upscale Broadway theater market created the initial demand for these songs, the advent of sound films in the late 1920s meant many more high-quality songs were needed every year. Simultaneously, the rise of the touring swing bands looking for radio hits created even more demand for songs, and thus the period of 1924 to 1950 became a golden age for composers with a knack for memorable melodies. Therefore, the years 2020 to 2050 will see the public domain get much much richer on the popular song front.

UPDATE: MuseScore user James Brigham writes in the notes to some of his scores that in Canada and the European Union, some newer songs are already in the respective public domains of those entities.

Sources of Free Public Domain Digitized Sheet Music

Many academic libraries have shared free scans of public domain popular song sheet music, and these collections will grow much richer over the next 20-30 years as songs from this golden era become available. The following links are just a few of the collections available online:

Johns Hopkins Libaries' Lester S. Levy Sheet Music Collection:

Maine Digital Commons Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection:

Sheet Music Consortium project via UCLA:

Stanford University list of digital sheet music resources and links:

Note that newer sheet music arrangements of public domain songs may still be under copyright. The purpose of this group is to transcribe the original commercial piano sheet music publications that are now in the public domain.

German Songwriters

1 discussion • 37 scores • 4 members

A group (not only) for Singer-Songwriters. ("Liedermacher", in the broadest sense). And for those who are interested in making music with German lyrics. Not limited to, but with focus on it.

Emo Music

4 discussions • 0 scores • 4 members

For anyone who likes music like P!ATD, MCR, FOB, Slipknot, Sleeping With Sirens, etc.
If you have a question, just ask.