To bring awareness that percussion strait up rocks everything.
A place to test your selfwritten songs for choirs. There is a CPDL.org for known pieces. This can be your starting point!
Our mission is to help those striving to become a composer for the Marimba and other mallet instruments and to perfect their playing on the Marimba if they are a learner.
The World Needs More Pit Arrangements! And this is the perfect place for them to go
Only one rule for compositions/arrangements submitted to the group: The majority of the instruments used must be some kind of percussion instrument or other instrument commonly found in a percussion ensemble.
The music here should mostly be original compositions and different arrangements of pieces for marimba. There may be the occasional vibe or xylo piece, but try to ignore those. (Just kidding we are accepting of all mallet instruments)
Feel free to share your arrangements, compositions, covers, whatever you want, as long as there's a mallet part in there somewhere it belongs here!
This group is intended to expand the solo and duet percussion repertoire. You can upload any percussion pieces to this group as long as they only need one or two players to perform it. This includes mallet solos/duet, snare solos/etudes, multi-percussion solos, timpani solos, and many more. The more, the better. I'll also allow pieces that feature a percussion soloist (Ex: Bob Becker's Bye Bye Medley and Emmanuel Séjourné's Marimba Concerto).
Hello! I'm lareinedeslapins, a handbell ringer/arranger/composer and overall handbell enthusiast! :)
I've noticed that handbells is only a very small corner of the music world. :( This makes me sad, since handbells are an absolutely beautiful instrument. So, here I am, trying to add to that corner and make the handbell community just a little bigger, as well as unite us together to share advice on ringing handbells, writing for handbells, or just life in general!
Feel free to post any scores or discussions related to handbells (or even not related to handbells - just please no spam or anything hateful)! If you have any good soundfonts, tips, favorite songs, upcoming concerts - anything - I'm sure that we would love to hear about it. :) Likewise, if you have any questions, I (and no doubt the others) would love to try to answer them.
We are all here to help each other grow as musicians, so please, no hating, fighting, or anything of that nature. I love you all, and it would be nice if you could all love each other, too. <3
Lastly, have fun, and happy ringing! :D
Hiya! Fia here, aka lareinedeslapins ! Welcome to an absolute haven of choral trash - erm, I mean, choral music! :)
I'm a big fan of choral music and other vocal stuff, but I've noticed that there isn't too much of a choral music base on MuseScore. There just isn't enough vocal music of any sort on this site, really, and I'm hoping that we can change that!
Anything and everything choir is welcomed here! Talk about voice parts, favorite composers, favorite voicings, choir memes, good songs, etc...and, of course, advertise your own choral music and choral arrangements! And who knows - if we get enough people involved, maybe we could even make our own virtual choir...winkwinknudgenudge. ;D (And maybe if we get enough members we could hold choral composing and arranging competitions, too!)
I would also be open to advertising MuseScore vocal composers and artists as well, so message me if you would like to be featured here! Maybe we'll whip up a little "interview"-type thingie we can do or something, and we can have a vocalist/composer of the week or something. :D
ANY choir-related or voice-related sheet music may be posted in here! Choral pieces, art songs, a cappella arrangements, musical theatre, etc. The one thing I ask is that you avoid adding or advertising any sheet music without vocals in it to this group. I won't kick you from the group or anything, but any non-vocal sheet music or advertisements may or may not suspiciously disappear....
There aren't really any steadfast crazy rules or anything, but I do have a couple of general etiquette and guidelines that I ask you to try and follow: be polite to each other, respect each other and each others' opinions, avoid needless fighting, and have fun!
1: Worship Me*
2: Minimal Spamming
3: Post a couple times a week**
4: Brush your teeth twice a day
5: Wear your seatbelt
6: Don't swear to much (if you feel the need to swear)
7: No insulting people
8: Have fun
*Okay you don't have to do that...yet
**I'm saying this so that we can keep this group active
If you don't follow these rules, especially 6 and 7, I will consider kicking you, or banning you. And I don't wanna do that
GROUP HISTORY (UPDATED EVERY WEEK):
Okay...about the tags: I don't really know what people like, so I just put a bunch of tags because this group is kind of random
Welcome to the Choral Composer's Club, where we create music of all sorts for choral settings (SATB, SSA, TTBB, etc.!) This includes but is not limited to original choral compositions, choral compositions with orchestra or other instruments, arrangements of instrumental pieces for choir, or folk songs arranged for choir.
Hopefully we can grow together as a community and flourish in our choral endeavors!
Put all your virtuosic pieces here
All instruments accepted
The one and only Eagle Scout group on MuseScore! Welcome to Eagle Scouts of America! This is where Eagle Scouts can come together to share music, talk, or share ideas. This group will generally be referred to as 'ESA'.
IN ORDER TO JOIN YOU MUST HAVE EARNED THE RANK OF EAGLE SCOUT.
Rules: Just follow the Scout Oath and Law. NO cussing of any kind, innapropriate or offensive language, or spamming alowed. This is an official group. If you're accepted then congradulations on earning your Eagle! Not too many have achieve such a rank in scouting! Most importantly have fun, and know we'll all have your back as a brotherhood. Thanks!
Yours in Scouting,
We need to show why Percussion is a fantastic group of instruments to be in.
A place for Church of Christ composers / lyricists to share their music and answer questions.
This group is for original chamber music, all users welcome