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My Film Score Group

21 discussions • 861 scores • 298 members

A group you can join if you like the music of movies. This group Was created by Evilpie3 for a way to connect with other Movie fanatics. If you enjoy movies or movie soundtracks, join this Group !!!!!

Original Music of any Kind

82 discussions • 2K scores • 298 members

Title says it all :D
Feel Free to add a discussion! just keep it clean ;)

*AND CHECK THE WEBSITE AREA for FREE custom made soundfonts!*


15 discussions • 368 scores • 293 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.

Church Organ Musician

7 discussions • 770 scores • 292 members

To exchange and share difficult to find or private contributions of music that are suitable for service use.

Legend of Zelda Music

16 discussions • 295 scores • 273 members

Be nice. Be friendly. Offer advice. No bullying.

A Group For People Who Actually Have Real Expierience

33 discussions • 1.1K scores • 273 members

It is good to know who actually knows what their doing, so that if we are seeking advice, we look for people that know how to give it. Here we can ask real questions, that only experience and real musical background can bring.

The Soundtrack Composers

12 discussions • 535 scores • 270 members

Our objective is composed all the best music films to share them with all users. We write scores for each musician can play them. We compose solos, duets or trios and more.

Halloween Music

15 discussions • 243 scores • 265 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.

String Orchestra

10 discussions • 538 scores • 264 members

The purpose of this group is to share music written for string orchestra or violin, viola, cello, double bass, and/or piano solos or ensembles with other people interested in this type of music.

Christian Composers

35 discussions • 1.4K scores • 262 members

This is a group for Christians to get together, ask each other questions, and post music. Any songs or ideas you care about are appreciated here. Jesus Christ welcomed all people and this group does too.

Music Club

220 discussions • 2.1K scores • 256 members


NO swearing
NO profanity
NO bullying
NO cursing
NO starting discussions*
NO advertising**

*Only ADMINS are permitted to post discussions so as to not clutter the discussions section. Thank you. I see this has become an issue, so I felt I needed to make this clear.

**PLEASE do not recommend/suggest any songs in your comments. Instead do us a favor and contact BarbossaThePianist or any of the other admins if you really want to popularize a song.

Failure to comply to the rules above may result in a warning or being removed, depending on how badly you failed at following the rules the first time.
Believe me, we do not like removing people from groups. So do us all a favor and follow the above rules.
Thank you!


ADMINS and their GENRES:

Mozart_Forever: Classical and Romantic
lizzapie: Movie Soundtracks
Kidd Msc: Trap and EDM
mnmwert: Christian contemporary
Wolfframe von Winchester: VGM (Video Game Music)
Cl4rin3t: Jazz, latin, bossa, swing etc
TwoStepsFromLordoftheStars: A Cappella and Epic Music
All4TheBASS: EDM (2)


New recommendations every week! Every Thursday each admin will post a new song from their designated genre.

We hope you enjoy the songs!

The Music Club Admins

USA Composers

20 discussions • 2.4K scores • 253 members

A group of American Composers in one spot :)

The Beethoven Piano Sonatas

9 discussions • 128 scores • 248 members

Get involved in submitting MuseScore versions of the Beethoven Piano Sonatas as a way to feature MuseScore in several media outlets, such as YouTube, SoundCloud, Facebook and others.

A great way for teachers to help their students learn notation, and for others who are bored and have nothing else to do.


In the discussion area where the Sonatas are listed, simply choose a Sonata that has not already been "taken" and submit a post stating: "Sonata No. _____, Opus ____ has been taken."

Then work on notating your chosen sonata as a MuseScore file and upload it to this group when completed. Each movement should have a separate file.

Others can help (if they don't want to notate) by working on playback or video scores for these pieces once they are uploaded.

By joining, you agree that the piece you notate can be uploaded by others with whatever corrections or additions are necessary for playback and video score purposes. So the same score may be uploaded by several people who are working on the final product.

Discussions may center around questions and answers regarding notation, playback and where/how to post these works for easy access on other sites. This is a group effort, but those who notate may place their name on the work, or remain anonymous.

All works must include the opus number and the composer as follows:

Sonate (Beethoven's sonatas use the German spelling)
No. ______, Opus _______ (or Nr. __________, Opus __________)
Ludwig van Beethoven

Be careful regarding copyright issues and use scores that are public domain. Even though the music itself is public domain, certain printed/published scores are not. Generally, fingering and some dynamic markings may be copyrighted, as well as pedal markings and other articulations. If you're not certain about this, then simply set the marking as invisible, or use an alternate marking (hairpins as opposed to text, for example for crescendos and diminuendos/decrescendos).


I've already submitted a sample Beethoven Sonata for you to view to get an idea of what we want. It isn't complete.

The Group for Young Composers

23 discussions • 886 scores • 248 members

This group lets young composers (18 and younger) share and critique their original compositions. I hope everyone gets helpful feedback and shares their opinions for others.

Artists whose passion to compose outweighs their ability

21 discussions • 1.2K scores • 247 members

This group is mainly for self taught artists, but is open for anyone who feels that they could benefit from a community, who, like them, have a song perfectly written in their head, but have trouble making it sound the way they want, which is often discouraging! This is the place where advice should be shared to anyone who shares a score that aren't quite perfect yet, and any artist can share tips through discussion or otherwise, for their fellow enthusiasts! Any score shared is welcome, I for one love all types of music =) Keep in mind the MuseScore community guidelines, and have fun here! I hope this is a learning experience for you (as well as me)!

Popular Music

0 discussions • 268 scores • 242 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!

Phoenix Council

94 discussions • 1.2K scores • 241 members

We will sometimes hold contests, code hunts and word hunts for bonus points (if possible), members showdowns, doing your roles well and other events and everybody can compose for the fun of it and you don;t have to enter the contests or member showdowns, they are all optional and if you are new to word hunts, gibberish code hunts or the like, please check out this tutorial here: (NEW TUTORIAL COMING SOON)

The Jazz Group for Jazzy People who write Jazz music!

16 discussions • 405 scores • 241 members

The title says it all! This group is for people who compose/arrange jazz music, or just simply enjoy it! Please post all your jazz music here and don't be afraid to express your love for jazz here! We all love Jazz!

Anime Lovers

2 discussions • 267 scores • 239 members

Just post anime musics, arrangements, transcriptions and all anime stuff.
You can also share with us some video game's music or everything you want but I prefere you to stay with anime stuff ^^
This group is also here to talk with other users ^-^
Just have fun <3