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Percussion Ensemble

61 discussions • 535 scores • 816 members

To bring awareness that percussion strait up rocks everything.

MuseScore Drumline

60 discussions • 262 scores • 444 members

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

Pep Band

16 discussions • 252 scores • 428 members

Everything related to Pep Band, Basketball Band, Stand Tunes and more.

Mallet Percussion People of the World!!!

25 discussions • 382 scores • 352 members

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.

Marching Percussion

36 discussions • 230 scores • 326 members

Marching Percussion & Drumline Group

Pit Is Love, Pit is Life.

11 discussions • 210 scores • 198 members

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.

Percussionist Unite!

14 discussions • 274 scores • 181 members

Glad you joined! Feel free to post percussion music ONLY. I want this to be a percussion group not a "oh lets just post random scores here to get views." No hard feelings haha.

Musecorps

14 discussions • 70 scores • 159 members

Musecorps (pronounced as "MuseCore") is a group that aims to provide a home for fans of both drum corps and marching band.

Have an original composition for a marching band? Did you arrange your favorite song(s) into a drum corps format? Do you have a transcription of a drum corps or marching band show you want heard? This is the place to do it!

I hope to hold arrangement/composition competitions in the near future, so keep an eye open for that!

Drums!

16 discussions • 145 scores • 158 members

Post and share your compositions, discuss drumming, and remember to practice mallets

Drumset

2 discussions • 22 scores • 77 members

All things drum set - any genre, any style

Drumline Battle

9 discussions • 34 scores • 63 members

Show writing design and music for Drumline Battle.

Not officially associated with Drumline Battle

What should I name this group...

8 discussions • 11 scores • 56 members

RULES:

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):
https://musescore.com/groups/4980408/discuss/5037528

Drumline Creations

0 discussions • 75 scores • 43 members

Welcome! We are here for the music and to help one another out. Please be nice and courteous to others.

Percussionist writers

2 discussions • 78 scores • 29 members

Hey. I don't really have mush to say, so just join my group if you love drums!

Everything Marimba (and maybe some other mallets)

7 discussions • 56 scores • 29 members

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!

Percussion Ensemble Lovers of MuseScore

1 discussion • 10 scores • 26 members

This group welcomes all to post, share, comment on, etc percussion ensemble scores. All types of percussion ensemble pieces are invited!

Percussion Solo and Duet Repertoire

3 discussions • 68 scores • 26 members

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).