I have an entrance audition for college and I need 3 solo flute pieces as my repertoire. please help
Hello, I am an intermediate flute player who recently got addicted to old classical music. Anyone know any good classical songs I should learn? I've currently learnt Badinerie, Alla turca and Canon in D. Thanks :D
Hi I’m new, I need some slow songs to practice my tone.
Hi~ Does anybody know some romantic sheet music for flute and piano? What's your favourites?
Does anyone know how to play flight of the bumblebee ??? , If you do then can you tell me how and If you can show me a video on YouTube that’s can help me?, thanks :)
I am new to this group.
I am an intermediate flute player, and I need flute solo sight reading pieces plz
Hi guys I am a intermediate flute player, please give some seggestions for sight reading peices! Thanks!
I recently posted a set of three pieces for clarinet and piano...
If you are a clarinetist, please give me your feedback on the clarinet part.
Hey guys! This is a new ensemble I created a few days ago and we have a serious woodwind deficit as of now... we have three total woodwind players, compared to 7 violins and 14 synths.
I've posted this in a few other MuseScore groups in hopes of attracting a bit more attention to it, and it's worked so far! Here's the rest of the original post.
I'm creating an online orchestra dedicated to performing the works of young composers and putting the videos on YouTube. In the process, composers will get feedback from performers, performers will get more experience playing in different settings, and both will form connections that will be extremely useful (hopefully) in the music industry long-term! It's also a great chance for publicity.
Currently, I'm looking for performers, composers, and editors alike willing to help make this happen.
If you want to join, here's a link to a Discord server dedicated to making this happen!
In anticipation of a few questions, here's an FAQ.
How will you coordinate this?
Our current plan is to have one major piece every two months. Pieces will be member-submitted and member-selected. Parts, an MP3 of the piece being performed by synth instruments, and a metronome MP3 will be sent out. Members will have these two months to work up their part(s) and record themselves playing in time with the metronome that was sent. All members will submit their parts to an official email for the orchestra, which will be made at a later date. Editors will then take over and edit the tracks together.
It will then be posted to an official YCOO YouTube channel with credits to the composer and performers in the description.
What instruments can join?
Currently, standard orchestra and wind ensemble instruments. Non-standard instruments may be accepted, but should not expect a part in every major piece. Right now, we especially need woodwinds, specifically on flute/picc, saxophone, clarinet, and bassoon. We'd also love more low strings, like string bass and cello. But we won't turn you away if you already play an instrument we have lots of. The more, the merrier!
What kind of music will be played?
Orchestral music, wind ensemble music, chamber music, solos. We currently plan to only do original music by young composers but may be open to doing covers once the group has been established.
Chamber music and solos? How will that work?
While the major projects will happen every other month, members will be allowed to arrange small ensembles. Chamber ensembles and solos will be entirely member-run: members will choose a piece, form a small ensemble, send out parts on their own, come up with their own deadlines, and edit the audio and video on their own. Only when the product is complete will it be sent up to us admins to publish it on the YouTube channel.
Is there an audition required?
No. However, if you submit a track of low quality, it may not be used. (Low quality can be defined as: badly out of tune, very bad audio quality, not with the metronome, or played with a bunch of mistakes.)
Video? Will we have to submit videos of ourselves?
No. Submitting videos of yourself playing is entirely optional.
Do you have to play in every major piece?
Nope. We won't kick you out for inactivity.
If you have any other questions let me know and I'll do my best to answer! In case you don't want to scroll back up, here's that link again.
Here's a link if you're interested but can't join the Discord so we can still get your information.
Does anyone have any advice on getting a more full sound while playing. especially on the 3rd and fourth registers. My sound is okay, its not airy, but it does sound very tinny at times and im not loving it.
here is one of my works
please give me your thoughts.
I'm trying to record audio however my iphone is uh, special to say the least. does anyone use/recommend some cheap flute mics?
I'm a beginner, and I could really use some advice from more experienced flutes on anything really!
i just joined your group im pretty new to flute the highest note i can play is G (high G) can someone please tell me how to play higher.
hey, i was wondering if anyone could give an intermediate flutiest some tips on how to get better. i have a competition coming up in a few months and need some advice on how to get a fuller sound and how to play the faster parts and not sound sloppy.
thanks in advance.
-a flute player.
This topic is about flutes. well duh. Flutes are great. So what flutes do you play or love or own or yeah!
I play PVC kontrabass flute. I made it! I love the deep haunting sound of the bass flute. I don't have much money, but when I do get enough, I will buy myself a bass flute. First, though, I have to buy myself a new french horn for band next year.
What do you play or own or love?
I just started to play the piccolo (I also play flute) but not many of my flute music pieces sound right on it, its always too high pitched. if anyone has piccolo sheet music please tell me.
Can we have a thread where people post all of the different things about how to play woodwinds, starting with the basics of how the sound is produced and how the keys work, and going to various techniques such as fluttertonguing and other things? I think it would be a help for composers who want to write for woodwinds but don't play them (such as myself). I know the basics from Orchestration by Samuel Adler, but it would be nice to have them explained from actual wind players.
i am new here.
please can you hear to my music
and tell me your thoughts.
perhaps i can improve it.
So, I am just a flute player who loves to study music theory and the baroque period of music. I have loved to make music revolving around using a mixture of woodwind and violin instruments while dabbing with Basso Continuo every once and a while. Just wondering how I upload stuff and get acquainted and all. Thanks!