Toco viola en una Tuna Novata. No soy muy buena haciendo arreglos asi que normalmente me dejo llevar por los demas instrumentos y busco un contraste. Alguno de ustedes tiene experiencia escribiendo partitura?
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As far as I can tell Musescore does not have a bodhran. Does anyone know of a good substitute?
I highly recommend that those of you who haven't join this group do so: https://musescore.com/groups/letsreach2000members/sheetmusic
~That Saxophone Guy
Thought I'd share this with link with the folk music people. These guys base their music on traditional Danish folk tunes. I was blown away, especially by the third piece in this set. Nice, too, you can download the audio, but I'm getting the CD.
Why does people post so many scores here that have nothing to do with Celtic music?
I've removed a number of pieces posted to this group which don't seem to be appropriate to it. If you disagree with this, please repost your piece to this group with a note indicating why it belongs in a Celtic Music group.
I've now completed the Celtic Melody Library I mentioned. It's available at:
Since all the tunes are now on that site, I'm not sure if I should leave the ones I put on this Musescore site or delete them. I'll leave them for the time being. If anyone has an opinion on this, please feel free to give it. Thanks.
Please note that the group description says, "This group is intended for scores of Celtic music, including transcriptions of traditional Celtic melodies, Celtic songs, arrangements of Celtic instrumentals, or any originally composed music based on Celtic melodies or in the Celtic style." There are a lot of scores in this group that don't seem to have anything to do with Celtic music. As group founder and manager, I propose to delete them. If you post a score here which doesn't have an obvious relationship to Celtic music, please include a note saying why you think that score belongs in this group.
Five of the songs which I've posted here as Musescore files have now been combined into a Celtic Suite. I've made the whole work available in an enhanced mp3 mix at SoundCloud: