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New Piano Roll Feature on the musescore.com

Today marks the release of MuseScore Piano Roll. Piano Roll is a popular and convenient method to display piano notation in a way that not only simplifies learning a new piece for novice musicians who lack a teacher, it also beautifully visualizes each score.


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Give it a try by simply clicking on the Piano Roll icon now available on all solo piano scores. Be sure to tell us what you think in Improving MuseScore.com!



All of these improvements are designed to not only make MuseScore.com the most valuable resource online for sharing and discovering great musical works but for learning them as well.

We hope you’ll be as excited about this new feature as we were to create it for you, and as always we look forward to your feedback.

This is just the first of an exciting series of updates and releases for MuseScore PianoRoll; we're already hard at work on improving the experience!

Riddle Game!

Basically, I'm being a copy-cat. Only thing different from the one in RSA and this one, is this is for riddles only. 
So, for those of you who don't know the rules, I will try to explain. There will be 10 riddles per round. If you answer a riddle correctly, you will get a point! You are allowed to guess as many times as you want. The person that has the most points by the end of the round, wins that round! 
Also, only Phia and I will post the riddles. Please, do not try to post your own because I will delete them. If you want to post riddles, you must do it in a different discussion. 
Thank you! 

Bassoon Problems/Jokes

You know you're a bassoonist when...
You're excited at the idea of new reeds.
Your seat strap decides to fall off mid-song.
You know exactly when your seat strap is at optimum position.
You know EXACTLY how to make foghorn noises.
You're probably not very loud. To the point at which your band director will start talking to players who share your part (ex. Tubas), and they never remember you play too.
You are quirky, make strange and interesting noises, and are proud of it.
You like having spare cork grease, just in case your bassoon needs even MORE cork grease.
Chances are, you have named your bassoon.
Because you sound so awesome when you do it, you now have a greater appreciation for bass parts.

Any other ideas?