It's an incredibly short piece, but I hope you like it!
Hey! (I don't know if this goes here, and if it doesn't feel free to take it down haha)
Anyways, lemme start this off by saying I'm a middle schooler and I've been playing playing piano for about 7 years. (7 years may sound like a long time, but if you want a sort of reference, I'm nowhere near the ABRSM 7th grade level) I'm currently not taking lessons, but I'd like to keep up my skills.
In short, I was wondering if you have any fun, medium-level piece suggestions for somebody like me?
Thanks! Any suggestions are much appreciated. :)
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Is anyone interested in the song Circles by Post Malone? I might be able to compose an arrangement of that song.
Please somebody do the transcription for piano of this Jazz Jingle bell. This is a wonderful jazz version.
Does anyone have any music associated or the same kind of vibe with Chillhop or LoFi
Please listen to my piece on Taps and give me feedback please!
OK maybe something else XD lol
From now on, all posts about foreign dresses will be deleted. This is kind of getting annoying.
I've been sitting on this group for over a year without really doing anything with it. Its original purpose was to bring together the drum corps community on MuseScore by allowing others to post their own drum corps arrangements. In my original post on this group, I mentioned that I wanted to start a series of competitions that you guys can participate in, and I'm happy to say that I'm going to give a go, starting today!
So, what is the first competition?
I want to start off with something simple: Create a drum corps arrangement for any song that has a color in its name.
Here are the rules:
- Follow typical drum corps format (3 trumpet, 2 mellophone, 3 baritone, 1-2 tuba)
- You don't need to include percussion, but it might increase your chances of winning
- Only submit one arrangement per person!
- Arrangement must be at least 1:30 long, but no more than 5:00
When you're ready to enter, just reply to this post with a link to your arrangement.
So, if you win... what do you actually win? In the future, I hope to offer a month of Musescore Pro to winners. Maybe if enough people show interest? For this first competition, though, I will post the winner's arrangement to my YouTube channel, with a link(s) to whatever you want to advertise. Your YouTube, your Instagram, whatever!
Assuming people actually participate, I plan to end this competition by next Friday, 9/27, by 10PM EST. Have fun!
EDIT:When girls reach 200, we will have to count down, and guys will count up.
EDIT 2.0: GIRLS ARE COUNTING DOWN NOW..
EDIT 2.5: Once girls reach -200 or guys reach 300, we will reverse directions again to where guys count down and girls count up.
Female user: 1
Male user: 0
Female user: 1
Other female user: 2
Male user: 1
Female user: 2
And so on... for ever and ever...