The Musicans United to Support Incredible Composers
The Musicans United to Support Incredible Composers
Welcome all!! (Make sure to read the rules!)
This group is to challenge all of you to try writing a short 8 measure hymn like (4 part harmony using grand staff) piece each day throughout the school year! This will help you grow in many ways as a composer, for you will learn how to train your ear to create 4 part harmonies that sound beautiful, you will become a more creative yet structured composer, and you will learn how to break out of composers block!
(There are specific ways to do 4 part harmonies, but that would take too long to describe, so until you learn how to do it from taking music theory, let you imagination take over!)
- RULES of this group are as follows -
~ Only post music to the group written especially for this challenge-
(For Grand staff only)
(8 measures only)
(Must have 4 part harmony)
~ Only post a discussion that relates to this challenge.
~ It's okay if you cannot post all of them due to a non pro subscription, you can just post your favorite one(s) if you'd like!
~ Be Creative! This challenge is specifically designed to help you branch out into a more structured yet creative mindset for your compositions!
~ It doesn't even have to be good! This is just to structure how your workflow works and to help train your ear to hear things that you haven't before!
we are here to help. if you have a piece we will help you make it
Anyone subscribed to Shane Dawson, Film Theory or Game Theory may join, just say who you're subbed to. Scores related to these channels are allowed, but please still run them by me as precaution. I'll most likely say yes, but I want to make sure the correct stuff goes up. Be nice, have fun and don't cause any drama. Major problems will result in removal. Thank you for understanding.
When explaining why you'd like to join, please mention who you're subbed to and how long you've been a sub to said channel. Anyone who watches Markiplier or anyone associated with Mark (JackSepticEye, LordMinion777, Muyskerm, CrankGamePlays, etc.) may join. Only music related to his channel or his friends' channels may be added. Also any music from any game that any of them have played is allowed. There are only three rules: Be nice. Have fun. Don't cause any drama. Any major problems will result in immediate removal, possibly of both parties, depending on the situation. Please run scores by me before posting them. Thank you.
A group that is open to everyone for sharing scores.
*If you become an admin of this group, it means you have made suggestions to make the group better and I have used them.*
I have written a few compositions with the word "banana" in it. Banana refers to the fruit or to music that is bananas. This all started because the Downy Yellow Dingle Dork (.a famous bird who even was even in a musescore opera) loves bananas. Submit any composition with a fruity silky amusing funny theme or jwhat themheck, put anything in there because I may think it's funny. I laughed at Beethoven and Mahler (especially Mahler) so your may seem amusing also. I try to comment on every piece.
Basically, this will hopefully be a group where a bunch of recorder players can talk about recorder and maybe post some music for it. I sadly don't have a pro account so things might pop up and disappear, but hopefully others of you will help us recorder players find music for us to play. If you have your own piece written for recorder, feel free to post it here :)
They will be very epic
For experimental panouric music.
Disclaimer: To be liberal in music is not to be liberal in politics.
1. No bullying
Be kind even when criticizing one’s piece
2. No non-experimental pieces
No musically cliché music music here must push to new horizons.
3. NO POLITICS!!!
Politics will create an intense argument, and may even result in bullying or over the top protest in a group for music and not politics.
Please respect these rules
If these rules are broken 3 times by an individual, he/she may be banned.
So i noticed there was a surprising lack of Fire Emblem Groups, which is really just too bad. If you love the series as much as I do and feel the need to share your FE music (or listen to some scores) join up! We might be few in numbers at the moment, but in time I am sure we will become a great army! :D
Polka music group.
Welcome to Music Of The Memes!
This group is for discussing Memes and showing off your meme music (⌐■_■)
Who likes Luigi more than Mario? I really do, and that's why I decided to make this group for anyone else who is a Luigi fan.
Also, share your LUIGI music please. I'd love to hear some great songs of yours!
NO SWEARING OR BULLYING, if you want to be considered part of this group, be nice to others.
Welcome. This group is pretty much what the title says. Talk about K-Pop, J-Pop, and C-Pop. Sheet music and compositions are greatly appreciated.
THIS GROUP'S 1 RULE:
PLEASE, AGAIN, PLEASE DON'T ARGUE ABOUT WHICH STYLE IS BETTER. If you are having a normal civilized conversation about it, that's alright with me.
This is a group for those who are aiming for degrees and/or jobs in composing movie and game soundtracks.
Feel free to join and add your original music!
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Come join our group and post your scores here. Group members can give you feedback or just enjoy your music. All level musicians can join. :)
Gustav Mahler (July 1860 – 18 May 1911) was an Austro-Bohemian late-Romantic composer, and one of the leading conductors of his generation. As a composer he acted as a bridge between the 19th century Austro-German tradition and the modernism of the early 20th century. While in his lifetime his status as a conductor was established beyond question, his own music gained wide popularity only after periods of relative neglect, which included a ban on its performance in much of Europe during the Nazi era. After 1945 his compositions were rediscovered by a new generation of listeners; Mahler then became one of the most frequently performed and recorded of all composers, a position he has sustained into the 21st century. In 2016, a BBC Music Magazine survey of 151 conductors ranked three of his symphonies in the top ten symphonies of all time.
Born in Bohemia (then part of the Austrian Empire) to Jewish parents of humble circumstances, the German-speaking Mahler displayed his musical gifts at an early age. After graduating from the Vienna Conservatory in 1878, he held a succession of conducting posts of rising importance in the opera houses of Europe, culminating in his appointment in 1897 as director of the Vienna Court Opera (Hofoper). During his ten years in Vienna, Mahler—who had converted to Catholicism to secure the post—experienced regular opposition and hostility from the anti-Semitic press. Nevertheless, his innovative productions and insistence on the highest performance standards ensured his reputation as one of the greatest of opera conductors, particularly as an interpreter of the stage works of Wagner, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky. Late in his life he was briefly director of New York's Metropolitan Opera and the New York Philharmonic.
Mahler's œuvre is relatively limited; for much of his life composing was necessarily a part-time activity while he earned his living as a conductor. Aside from early works such as a movement from a piano quartet composed when he was a student in Vienna, Mahler's works are generally designed for large orchestral forces, symphonic choruses and operatic soloists. These works were frequently controversial when first performed, and several were slow to receive critical and popular approval; exceptions included his Second Symphony, Third Symphony, and the triumphant premiere of his Eighth Symphony in 1910. Some of Mahler's immediate musical successors included the composers of the Second Viennese School, notably Arnold Schoenberg, Alban Berg and Anton Webern. Dmitri Shostakovich, Benjamin Britten, Leonard Bernstein and Peter Maxwell Davies are among later 20th-century composers who admired and were influenced by Mahler. The International Gustav Mahler Institute was established in 1955 to honour the composer's life and work.
You have a score which is mentioned on IMSLP? Great. Feel free to add it! :)
Especially of interest are scores where there is neither a preview score or recoding on IMSLP.
You can also add your cpdl files here, as well as choral wiki transcriptions.
I (bmhm), creator of this group, have no affiliation with IMSLP.
We are a group of kids and teens who want to praise the Lord and help others do the same. We write a variety of hymns, scripture songs, and more contemporary music. Come join us in giving praise back to the Lord!
Welcome to the all new official Jam Of The Month group!
Here's how this is going to work.
Every month, i will post a discussion in this group mentioning some jazz standard that you are gonna (if you feel like it) arrange. It doesn't have to be a whole reharm or anything, it can be as close to the original or you can turn it into your whole thing (just make sure it isnt unnoticable).
At the start of this group, it's all gonna be relatively casual, then once everything is settled and this group gets enough people, i will hold contests with placings and all to determine who will get a good prize.... a +1 month of pro membership!
But this group isn't mostly about winning, it is about having fun and learning more about music! This group will help you stay productive and give you tips on how to be a better music arranger!
As with every group, i have to lay out some ground rules.
1. Be respectful to other people. It's very straightforward. Don't start arguments, don't post hateful or condescending comments on submissions. Treat others the way you'd like to be treated yourself.
2. Don't spam. It's annoying, just don't.
3. Don't advertise. There's plenty other groups to show about your youtube account, your recent score (that isn't a submission to this group), your gigs, any of that. But that place is not here.
4. Don't copy other people's scores and post them here as your arrangement. That's a very immature thing to do, and if someone says not to have it in the group for that reason(if they are right), comply asap. And if you find scores that have been ripped, tell me about it and i will take action.
5. If you don't happen to win a contest, don't get salty. There's always going to be chances for you to make a good placing, and if you don't, just take what you can learn and respect the people who placed higher.
6. Have fun! Don't be ashamed to post your scores here! From novice to expert, as long as you have fun in here, That's what matters at the end of the day!
7. Praise Giant Steps memes (jkjk)
So yeah, welcome to this group! Glad you can join us!
This is a group for composers, and everyone is welcome! There will be a lot of events throughout the group, and we don't want you to miss out! Here is the main highlight:
1. Monthly Composition Contests:
A contest for composers held almost every month. For the first 5 days, contestants will be submitting their scores, and the three winners will be announced at the end of the month. In addition, the winners' music will be featured in our YouTube channel:
There will be 5 judge slots, and you will be notified when they're taken!
Please join this group if you wish. You can share your own scores too and host events of your own!
We are here to make history of our scores. Let's begin.
This group is based on the online game of The Aetherlight: Chronicles of the Resistance (https://theaetherlight.com). Though no one has ever done sheet music to it's hard-to-find-soundtrack, we would love (if there are any more Aethesians out there) to publish some of its amazing songs right here! Or simply just to fan-girl with us. Any from the world of Aethesia and the lands beyond are welcome here!
-Ilayne and Scarlett
Hey! This group is open to anyone, really, but specifically people who play piano or are learning.