I decided to write a piece with 3 completely random songs to challenge myself. I believe it will help me in the future when I write professionally and need to transition between movements.
Please critique this piece! Or at least some feedback (thoughts, opinions, requests) would be nice.
If you stick around for updates, expect a big run after where Moonlight Sonata left off. It will help to transition back into Hymn of Acxiom.
- The harp part is a sound effect, not an actual part to be played
- All diddled phrases are to be played as normal rolls
- I will update sticking soon
- This piece will eventually come full circle and will end with the ending of the first unoriginal piece
- I changed all the settings so the sheet music would look as close to Sibelius as possible, but they don't go through well online
- I used two soundfonts
- Hymn to Acxiom
- La Marseillaise (French National Anthem, only minor section)
- The second half of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata mvmt. 3
here's another #MusescoreMonday release from us.
This time it's odd time rudimental warming up.
Check it out and let us know what you think!
Our #MusescoreMonday release this week is a late Easter Lick.
We hope you had a great time and enjoy this score.
Happy drumming from team RD
Time for another Warming Up score from team RD
Hope you all like it.
Let us know what you think and share!
We are new to this group.
A short introduction. We are a drum group from The Netherlands with the mission to promote rudimental drumming in the broadest way.
We are currently Musescore Ambassadors and have a weekly item #MusescoreMonday.
We release a new score each Monday.
This can be a warming up, a rudimental lick, drum feature or composition... etc..
Check out our score of this Monday and check our page.
We'd love to hear from you and talk a out the craft of (rudimental) drumming and #ShareTheTradition
Hi Guys! I was wondering if anyone with experience transposing drum set scores would be willing to write a score for the drum part to Kiss This by The Struts for me. I really want to learn to play it but I learn better from sheet music than from listening.
I'm new to musescore and just posted a WIP version of Breakdown of Sanity - The Writer (drum part until 3min approx.)
I would love to share it and to have feedback on it, do you know where i can post it ??
Thanks and keep on drummin :)
i recently made an arrangement from ravels piano trio for a percussion show and i need some feedback, advice, and suggestions on how to make it sound better. please listen and leave a like if you loved and and add comments on what you would do. Much appreciated:)
I've made a couple templates for marching band over at https://musescore.org/en/node/111531. I was looking for your ideas on them. Specifically:
1. How did your maching band handle percussion parts? Were they written with the wind parts, or were the parts that came with the arrangement usually re-written to suit your specific ensemble?
2. For the "WGI" scores (which could also double as the percussion parts for a marching band that writes them separately), do you agree with my selection of instrumentation? It's clearly nuts to try to believe that there's any "standard" pit, but do I have good starting points for both?
Do you feel that there are many things to be improved on when it comes to drums on musescore? For example, musescore is unable to play rolls even when you add the tremolo. Tenors aren't an option on musescore, nor are different pitched bass drums. You could always use a drum set staff, but it would be easier to make tenors as an instrument. Also musescore should have the capability to change sounds/ instruments for one staff, for an auxilary player for example. What else could be improved when it comes to percussion?