In this group, we will share piano music and help eachother become piano players. This group is also connected to The Master Composers. So we will have a completion every once in whil to decide who goes and competes in their competion.
1: Worship Me*
2: Post a couple times a week**
3: Brush your teeth twice a day
4: Wear your seatbelt
5: Don't swear to much (if you feel the need to swear)
6: No insulting people
7: 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 5 and 6, I will consider kicking you, or banning you. And I don't wanna do that
And, feel free to spam
GROUP HISTORY (UPDATED EVERY WEEK):
“It cries, sighs and dreams. It possesses a crescendo and can gradually diminish until it is only an echo of an echo. I know of no other instrument that possesses this particular capacity to reach the outer limits of audible sound.”
The saxophone has great potential, but is often shunned. Here we can discuss how weave the saxophone into the orchestra with the maximun effectiveness.
Here is a range of different songs that this group is looking to create music for. Of course any video game or anime's music that incorporates flutes is appreciated! Each of these songs has a varying degree of flute in them, but I think the flute adds a great touch to these.
Sunrise of Flutes from Oblivion
Brightwall Village from Fable 3
At the Station from Dark Cloud 2
Citadark Isle from Pokemon XD Gale of Darkness
In the Fields from Legend of Zelda Spirit Tracks
Mullen from Grandia
I know how to read notes and everything but a lot of my favorite songs on here are very hard to play. If you know any easy songs that are on musescore than please put them on here!!! Thank you. also have fun. I don't care if you make up your own song by the way but fandom songs are welcome here to!,,
Post only your original piano music meant for children to play. The difficulty of the pieces may be anything from very easy miniatures to large scale concert pieces but the music should be playable.
Musicians are welcome to post scores of any genre with a focus on or feature of flutes. The more. The better!
This is a group where all the piano teachers on Musescore can interact; inspiring and assisting each other.
If you are a piano teacher, I'd love to have you join! :)
Everyone is welcome to post discussions on piano-teaching related topics.
Hey music-lovers, this group is dedicated to CLASSICAL sheet music for piano only, that has been transfered to musescore.
It's purpuse is to build up a collection of scores, that have been wether written directly for piano or have been transcribed by (in-)famous musicians.
The sheet music in this group should match these criteria:
-> composed for piano by classic musicians f.e 'Händl, Bach, Telemann, …
-> transcriptions of orchestrial pieces by ESTABLISHED COMPOSERS. F.e. 'Pletnev, Horowitz…'
-> trandcribed to be played by ONE PIANIST
The reason for this is, that I'd like to be this group a place to browse and discover classic compositions.
As I proposed to musescore already, a 'playback button' would even make this a more lively experience.
Enjoy, and thanx to all the contributers.
Every month (or other time period I choose) I will give the group a challenge and a due date for when it has to be finished. You can post your song for the challenge at any time as long as it follows the challenges I give you. You can post as many songs as you want. If it doesn't follow the challenges, I will delete it. How we determine the winner is this: Under a discussion called Votes that I will make, you can post which song you like best so far. You can only give 1 vote and It can't be your song (If you have one for the challenge). Everyone has to vote for a song. If you don't vote for a song you will get 1 warning (Warnings are explained 8 rows down from this one). On the Due Date, I will see which song has the most votes (there can be a tie) and they will win! If there are no votes the competition will be extended longer. If you win your username and the song you won with will be displayed in a discussion called Hall of Fame! If I win, I will only say that I won and what song I won with in discussion called Hall Of Fame. Feel free to make any discussion, invite friends, or anything else as long as it follows the rules listed below. This is the "discipline system" for this group: If you get 10 warnings you will be kicked out of this group. This is how you get warnings: 1.Bad/Offensive chat: 6 warnings 2.Bad word in score: 4 warnings per bad word. 3.Advertising without permission: 2 warnings. 4.Song that doesn't follow the period's challenge: 1 warning. 5.You did not vote for the period's challenge: 1 warning. Again, if you get 10 warnings you will be kicked out from this group. This group is Moderated (membership requests must be approved). If you have any Questions private email me or ask me them in the Discussion called Questions. I hope you have fun and maybe win!
This group is for Piano. Simple, 1 (maybe 2) part piano. None of that crazy "23 part orchestra", or "8 part everything". Just Piano, Just a few parts, Just because Piano is awesome.
Anything, that is Christian, associated with the Flute and/or Piano.
Please do not use inappropriate language.
Please do not add scores that are not religious. (If you don't know if it would be considered religious, than please contact the owner.)
Please be kind and do not condemn people.
Comments, and scores containing anything against the rules will be deleted.
We are an I N T E R E S T I N G fan group for the duo TwoSet Violin.
About TwoSet Violin:
TwoSet Violin are a duo of violinists on youtube. Posting their funny and (sometimes painfully) accurate videos depicting life as a classical musician. Their work has led to collaborations with other high profile artists such as Lang Lang, Ray Chen, Janine Jansen, James Ehnes, Maxim Vengerov, Anne Akiko Meyers and Stefan Jackiw.
(Credits to their website)
Here's their youtube channel:
Anyone who plays or loves the Saxophone is welcome!
Please, no bad language, inappropriate things, or swearing. Thanks! :)
Let's all find some good piano music. And let's share everything. Rules:
1. No swearing
2. No rude remarks
3. Help others & this group
4. Have fun & enjoy being with us!!!!
Welcome all!! (Make sure to read the rules!)
This group is to challenge all of you to try writing a short 8 measure hymn like (4 part harmony using grand staff) piece each day throughout the school year! This will help you grow in many ways as a composer, for you will learn how to train your ear to create 4 part harmonies that sound beautiful, you will become a more creative yet structured composer, and you will learn how to break out of composers block!
(There are specific ways to do 4 part harmonies, but that would take too long to describe, so until you learn how to do it from taking music theory, let you imagination take over!)
- RULES of this group are as follows -
~ Only post music to the group written especially for this challenge-
(For Grand staff only)
(8 measures only)
(Must have 4 part harmony)
~ Only post a discussion that relates to this challenge.
~ It's okay if you cannot post all of them due to a non pro subscription, you can just post your favorite one(s) if you'd like!
~ Be Creative! This challenge is specifically designed to help you branch out into a more structured yet creative mindset for your compositions!
~ It doesn't even have to be good! This is just to structure how your workflow works and to help train your ear to hear things that you haven't before!
Any music with interesting unusual soundfonts and sound effects
A place for everyone to add and discuss their vocal compositions, original or arrangements.
I have written a few compositions with the word "banana" in it. Banana refers to the fruit or to music that is bananas. This all started because the Downy Yellow Dingle Dork (.a famous bird who even was even in a musescore opera) loves bananas. Submit any composition with a fruity silky amusing funny theme or jwhat themheck, put anything in there because I may think it's funny. I laughed at Beethoven and Mahler (especially Mahler) so your may seem amusing also. I try to comment on every piece.