Any music with interesting unusual soundfonts and sound effects
we will join forces comrades and we will destroy these stupid linglings with their measly 40 hours. we will practice 73 hours
Welcome to the Boy Scouts of America group! This is where scouts in MuseScore can come together to hang out! When requesting to join, please put in your request, what rank you are in scouting.
NO: cussing of any kind, inappropriate/rude language.
Try to keep the scout Oath and Law in mind while in this group. Be nice, or you'll be kicked out.
Have a good time! And for those who have earned their Eagle Scout, there is a special group waiting for you (visit the link below).
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 write medieval or Renaissance style tunes or transcribe original ones. We follow rules of medieval melody and polyphony.We are fun and give each other advice on their creations.
Over here you can write masses, ballads, pavans, anything from the 10th to the 17th century. We also enjoy renaissance music.
For experimental panouric music.
Disclaimer: To be liberal in music is not to be liberal in politics.
1. No bullying
Be kind even when criticizing one’s piece
2. No non-experimental pieces
No musically cliché music music here must push to new horizons.
3. NO POLITICS!!!
Politics will create an intense argument, and may even result in bullying or over the top protest in a group for music and not politics.
Please respect these rules
If these rules are broken 3 times by an individual, he/she may be banned.
All can join, all discussions have to deal with oboes or music.
Welcome to the first John Denver group on MuseScore! I am a HUGE fan, and decided to create a group dedicated to him.
Rules: No cussing (no exceptions), and no inappropriate language of any kind.
Compose and share sheet music for SEGA and/or Vocaloid tracks (SEGA has partnership with Crypton Future Media, thus having ownership of Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Len, Kagamine Rin, Megurine Luka, KAITO, MEIKO, and ever since Project Mirai Megpoid GUMI)
Discussions should relate to the main topics, and please no cursing or sexual content.
Requesting is allowed.
This group is made so that you can connect with other composers, discover new things. Make challenges/competitions. And Make pieces together or just discuss different things within composing
Cool, complete, advanced Trumpet scores. (Trumpet solo/Trumpet and piano/duet/trio/etc., scores that feature Trumpet as the main/one of the main, lead instruments). Please no orchestra instruments. Always capitalize Trumpet! Lowercase ‘T’ is disrespectful!
Anyone -18 Can Share & Critique Scores,
How Ever You Have Learned To Write Music, If It Was An Adult Or A Peer You Are Welcome To Join This Group
We are a group that specialise in writing music that might be a bit avant-garde. We are just a bunch of misfits trying to write some cool unique music. Atonality, ambience, new-age, neo-renaissance, anything and everything is welcome. Just have fun and be kind.
All the melodies/songs from 4 books called "Norges Melodier".
First book - first edition, was published in Copenhagen 1875.
(With Edvard Grieg as (anonymous!) editor!)
Part I scores are based on edition published in Copenhagen 1922.
(In addition to part I) Part II and III was published/added 1910.
(Eyvind Alnæs as editor)
Part IV was published 1922. (Eyvind Alnæs)
A new edition (two books only) with a selection of 332 of the original 500 melodies was published 1947.
Compared to the scores in the books, I have made corrections where obvious errors occur. The "dynamics" added to the score is in many cases my own as they are not present in the score or not consistent or "unfinished". Also the tempo is "interpreted" in several cases.
I have also (where possible) added full names and birth and death year of composers and lyricist.
A few scores also have the lyrics added.
(Almost) all scores are private and only available for members of the group.
Some links to the scanned books:
Part I: https://www.nb.no/items/c593fe38298b2a3a503142439f67ef81?page=0&searchText=norges%20melodier
Part 2: https://www.nb.no/items/1bada29345a36ab64a60e9bf6858e000?page=0&searchText=norges%20melodier
A "portal" document serves as a reference for all the scores.
It's found at this link:
This group is intended to be a place where Adam Young fans can find and post quality arrangements of his work; as well as give constructive feedback to each other. Feel free to join and post any arrangements that you have!