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If you are a piano teacher, you might like to join this group... :D
How many of you play the piano?
Is there any fun BSA tunes I should do?
This seems like the place to ask beginner level questions so please may I?
About me; You will have heard my story many times over - I took some lessons years ago and recently found myself wanting to get back in. I was being tutored back then and although I took some lessons over some years I don't think i ever got out of the gate really. I have next to no skill and zero confidence but i want that to change. At this point I have very basic reading skills, given a simple enough piece and enough time to study it and practice I can get a melody and baseline going.
So anyway, with a renewed gusto and a determined mindset that this time i will self study, i found myself here looking for music to play. Beatles, that's a good place to start right? simple, easy and everyone knows the tunes.
Penny lane, that's a goodun I say to myself and then BOOM i hit my first snag.
second measure, the first notes in bass line require a G in two octaves, the higher G remains held while the lower notes descend further. How is this played? the stretch is impossible or am i reading it wrong?
thank you for humouring my idiocy.
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I need feedback for my last composition. All kinds of critisizm will be accepted. Hope you enjoy :)(Some influences from op.1 rondo by Chopin so sorry for that)
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So, I’m not a teacher YET. But I really want to be one. But where do you even start when teaching younger kids piano? Sight reading? Cords? Showing them the notes on the piano? Do things that get them really interested in it first? What do you do? 😅
Hello all, I'm looking to get my own work out there and get lots and lots of feedback, if you'd be so kind as to take a look at my own work I'd greatly appreciate it.
I only have one piece as of yet and it's still in work sort of, but it's a very beginner sort of thing so expect the worst lol.
L'amour adolescent : https://musescore.com/user/31300636/scores/5461673
Silently restless: https://musescore.com/user/31300636/scores/5455082
All completely different, but with nice harmonics, ... just try them out.
I'm always looking for hymns arranged for the flute and piano. Anyone else?
What book series do you use with your students?
How do you motivate your students?
Mainly, what do you do to encourage them to practice and progress?
I'd love to learn any ideas or tips regarding this. :D
Hi! Ha... I sort of just started Musescore and haven't really had a chance to explore and create things yet so give me some time. Thank you so much for your interest in joining I'm really happy that you found it to your liking and it encouraged me a lot. Thank you!
Hello, I compose a impromptu in d minor. Please check it out and provide your comment.
My mum wants me to play this music and it’s too hard and I need someone to make the music called “起风了”
As promised, albeit delayed, this is the second contest! I'm not calling the second "week" because I will extend the period to nearly two weeks because I will be away for a period of time, but nevertheless, the competition ensues. The contest is created as a personal quest to find challenging music (and still in the realms of playability) that is technically sound and/or emotionally charged, and also as a platform for virtuoso pianist/composers to show off their skill. Here are a few rules:
1. Instrument: Piano Solo only
2. Duration of piece: Maximum of 7 minutes
3. Style of piece that is allowed this week: Fugue and/or Toccata
4. Only one piece per person per style
5. Leave the link in the comment below
6. It cannot be a transcription (obviously).
The deadline of the contest will be on the 22/12, 1400 hours (GMT)
The songs submitted must be as hard/equal in difficulty to the songs below:
Nightmare Scherzo (Piano Sonata no. 1 mov. 2) by Mason K. Ichida
Toccata or "Rush Hour", from Cityscape, movement 1, by kenneth.r.t.
SCORES RATED ABOVE 4.5:
ChrisHill - Etude no. 4 in F-Sharp Minor, "Inflexion"
Challenges of the "week" will be in the comment below, soon to be posted. I sincerely apologize for using my score as a challenge for the competition, however there seems to be a lack of hard original fugues that I think would be a good standard for the competition. I did comb through listening to a few pages worth of original fugues, and toccatas were even harder to find.
The winner of the previous week was ChrisHill, a hearty congratulations! For those who are able to obtain above 4.5 from me in this competition, his/her score will be posted as above for the next week. The score with the highest rating for the competition will win the competition!