Hey, cellists! I am a Suzuki student just finishing up book 10 (last cello book) and I was wondering what I should learn next. Book 10 consists of 1 piece: the Boccherini Cello Concerto #1. The only other cello concerto I've learned is the Haydn cello concerto #1, which is Suzuki book 9. I am about Intermediate level, I've been playing for almost 9 years. I know that the Dvorak Cello Concerto, Elgar concerto, and Shostakovich concertos are really famous, maybe one of them is next? Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
So I only have a few measures of a first movement but I hope to expand this into a full 4 movement string quartet. Thing is, I find it hard to get the combination of being in sonata form and still being interesting when it gets past duets into trios and quartets. I know it should be easier because I have more freedom with a string quartet than with a piano sonata but no, I have always found piano sonatas easier to compose.
Here is my first draft. You can see that I go from a Tutti to the cello playing solo which really brings out the warm sound of the cello. I plan on having the other instruments come back one by one until I reach Tutti again. So here is the link:
This is my first attempt on string quartet! I will be glad if you can give me some feedback!
i wanna arrange a music sheet for a single track but i can't do this i wanna help me please...
I'm going to be picking out a duet for me and a fellow Cello member in my Orchestra, and I was wondering if anyone had any good pieces to use.
I want to increase the note head size for my elementary students...How do I do it?
This is my first arrangement of a song, so please look at it and give me feedback as to what to change and what to fix.
The song is Coldplay's Fix You.
Please and thanks!
Someone broke my viola today and I'm genuinely sad. I guess I was attached to the viola(unlike it's fingerboard lmao). But anyway I feel I just went through all the stages of grief. I dunno I guess it's because I can't play it until it get's repaired imo. Anyone else felt this?
Hi everyone! This summer I will be competing in a show with a friend of mine and we will both be playing electric violin. We want to play a pop song but it has to be somewhat complicated. I would REALLY appreciate any song suggestions and/or sheet music. Thank y'all so much!
I'm planning on auditioning for a fine arts high-school for 10th grade, and I wondering what you guys recommend for audition pieces. I need two pieces, one contemporary and one classical.
I would say I am mid-to-late intermediate, and am in Suzuki book 3 currently.
I need two solo pieces, without an accompaniment.
Thanks in advance,
Vina (literal mochi)
I’m having a competition! Most voted original song gets to be played!
It doesn’t really matter what the whole thing is about. It’s just gotta be like a story... I need strings, brass, and everything. Like Peter and The Wolf, you know? Each instrument representing a different character. I don’t care what the theme is, and heck, my teacher might not like it and no one might vote— but this could be fun. He recommended me using this so I can find some great song writers.
Here is my new work, this is my second work i make a bass quintet inspired by the poem Astrophobia by H.P Lovecraft
Hope you enjoy it!
Comment me what do you think about it!
How do I transpose a piece of music in Musescore?
Hello, I'm writing a piece for my orchestra to play at the end of the school year, and I have a rough draft done. I'd really appreciate anything you have to say about it, especially criticism (but, of course, compliments feel good too). I don't want to look like a fool :P so I want to polish up this piece really well, even if that means writing another draft, or just write a different piece entirely.
So I'm entering a competition next year and I need to find a good piece of music. Any suggestions?
I have written a piece for string quartet ( https://musescore.com/user/30015827/scores/5372769 ), but I have the suspicion that Bb major fits mostly for winds and strings on the other side sound slightly better in natural or # - keys. What would be your suggestion as a key for this piece, so that it is very well playable?