Hi everybody, I made a transcription of the following song. I'm a drummer and I'm not really sure what's the best way to write the melody to make it easier to read (especially for horns) :
1) respect the harmony
2) choose to write the melody only with # or only with b
Also, do you find the harmony is written the right way (same question).
Here is the song : https://musescore.com/user/3964646/scores/5489143
Thank you in advance !
Je souhaite exploiter des pièces arrangées ou crées pour formation BIG BAND exclusivement (5 sax+4 trombones+4 trompettes+1 piano+1 rytmique+ 1 basse + 1 guitare+ 1 chanteur ponctuellement).
Avez vous déjà filtrés les meilleurs écritures et pourriez vous m'en faire part ?
D'autre part, si ces versions sont exploitées en public, qu'elles sont les redevances ?
Merci pour votre retour
The posture that we mean here is the placement of the position of the finger in the area of the finger board. Postures Visually can be imitated and classified harmoniously. The left hand posture on the guitar identifies harmony movements. In the context of instrument technique the effectiveness and efficiency of the introduction repertoires are related to posture flexibility.
The basic posture with the 1-3-7 tone pattern confirms the gender triad directly. The term gender refers to minor, minor, seventh dominant and half dim. Neighbor tones are also introduced, so that position analysis and harmony can interact directly.
Hi! Some of you may recognize me, I've been involved with jazz and MuseScore education online forever, but for whatever reason, it only just occurred to me to turn here for music to play :-).
I direct a big band of adult amateur musicians. We have a library full of the typical charts by Nestico, Mantooth, etc. I figure some people here have probably created some really great music for conventional (5+4+4+4) big band instrumentation and spent time getting the part to look and all so they are all ready to print and perform, but don't have access to a big band. If that's you, hit me up! If your music is for that format and the parts are in good readable shape, we'd love to try them out! Respond here with links - whether your own music or others' you think we should check out. My band isn't the Basie band and won't sound like that :-), but I'm happy to make a recording of us doing our best!
This isn't a competition, although who knows, maybe some day we'll organize one.
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Hi jazz people! We've started MuseScore Jazz Standards Lead Sheets Collection (based on one of the old groups, but now we are active in making lead sheets in musescore format). We definitely be very happy if we have more transcribers, we have transcription plan and the list of standards, so I thought some of you guys might be interested in helping us in that, so please join and contribute by taking part in the process - here is the link to the group:
You can also contact me via contact form: https://musescore.com/user/26939543/contact
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Let's make it happen!
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