This is (probably) my first serious work on musescore, therefore I would greatly appreciate if you feedback on it!
Anticipation (2019) - https://musescore.com/user/27188741/scores/5394999
'Singularity' is a piece I composed 6 months ago for the sweep synthesizer and I was wondering what y'alls thought of it.
Just thought I should mention that the beginning IS pretty slow, it starts to get interesting at the 3:00 point. That being said, the beginning builds tension so you lose some of the experience by skipping it.
So I wrote a piano duet (2nd link) based off of an original piece I wrote (1st link), but its really easy and I'm not sure how to make it harder. Any ideas?
I have now transcribed the Summer Concerto. It was easier than I expected it to be. I was wondering if you could give me some feedback on it, especially if it has to do with the Presto movement.
The title basically describes it all, I don't think I can get the sonata finished by 1/27/2019 But at least I got further into sonata composition than I have in the past(finished the first movement, started the second movement). Maybe having the deadline of a month was too strict? Or maybe it was because I got caught up in transcribing pieces.
So I am transcribing The Four Seasons for piano and flute. I have finished transcribing the Spring concerto and am wanting some feedback on it. Right now it is a literal transcription so I am really looking for feedback on where to simplify things. But any feedback is welcome.
Here is my work in progress:
So I am finished with the first movement. Now that all that I have is the slow movement and the rondo, I should be able to finish the sonata in time for Mozart's birthday. Thing is, I'm having an issue when it comes to the section break at the end. I made there be a repeat at the end but with that, the section break delays the repeat by 3 seconds. Is there a way to get it to only delay it in between sections without affecting the repeats?
Hello i am a new joiner. I am 12 and am a composer..kinda. Please critique my songs i have made.
This song is called moonrise
So I am thinking of transcribing the Nutcracker Suite for piano duet. I think I can still get the Mozart dedicated piano sonata finished by Mozart's birthday if I focus more on the sonata during the day, when my dad isn't using his computer and focus more on the transcription at night. Besides, I have the development section almost finished, a milestone for me in sonata composition. So I basically can dedicate the rest of the month of composition to the second and third movements since the recapitulation will be super easy and I could do it within minutes.
The reason I am going for a piano duet? I have seen the piano solo transcriptions and boy do they look hard, especially all those fast scales. I think it would be easier for a pianist if there was a duet version. Also, there is only 1 piano duet transcription of it on IMSLP, most of them are for something like 6 cellos, or some other instrument group or are single movements. So I figured I could have a go at transcribing the orchestral score into a piano duet score. I also figured I could make it sound richer but still playable if I go with a duet transcription.
So hopefully I can get this transcription done. But I am not forcing a deadline on this like I am with the sonata. I am just hoping I can get it all transcribed.
Je suis membre de plusieurs chorales et j'enregistre tous nos chants avec MuseScore, qui est un outil formidable pour apprendre les mélodies !
Je voudrais savoir quelle est la méthode pour, en début ou en milieu d'une partition à 3 ou 4 voix de choristes, ne faire apparaître qu'une seule voix de soliste . Autre exemple comment ne faire apparaître que les 2 lignes de piano (une vingtaine de mesures) avant de mettre les différentes voix SATB ?
Merci d'avance pour votre réponse !
I went with the flow with this piece, so that is why it sounds very Mozart influenced. It wasn't that I was going for Mozart's style. It is that whenever I go with the flow I end up with a very Mozart like feel to my piece.
Here is the link:
What do you think?
As the title suggests, I am about halfway through the first movement of a piece I am working on. More specifically, it is the piano sonata that I am dedicating to Beethoven.
Here is the modulation sequence I plan to use for the development section:
C, Am, F, G, Em, Fm, Bb, Cm
I have noticed within my own works, that even though technically Bb doesn't have dominant function in Cm, I can still use it as a sort of secondary dominant. Probably because it is the relative major of the dominant of Cm.
Here is the link to what I have of the sonata so far. I was wondering if you could give me some feedback on it.