I generally classify my pieces by first putting the tempo and then the key. Ex.
Moderato in D Major. There's this one piece that I'm working on that starts at 80 bpm then goes to 120 bpm in the second part. Should I call it Andante in E or Moderato in E?
All feedback is appreciated, I'd love to know your thoughts on this. Thanks!
I'm currently doing a collection of pieces in all 24 keys, for piano solo. I need help completing the set, so I'd appreciate it if you'd help out composing a short (less than or around 4 minutes) in G# minor (for now). The only criteria it must fulfill in order for it to be considered in the project is that the style of the piece must be different from the rest. Example: the piece in F major is written in a waltz, the one in Eb major is written 4/4 against 3/4, C minor has a Prokofiev (I think) feel to it, F minor is written in jazz, etc. Also, it must show some form of virtuoso/impressionism (whichever you are aiming for). I am interested in the dances forms (tango, marzuka, minuet, sarabande...), but anything goes for now. Credits will be given for the piece if it makes it in, as well as a favourite and a follow, very well deserving.
Here's the piece:
PS: I might reject some pieces if I find the piece unsuitable for the project, I'll also include critique/reasons for the said decision.
Love to hear from you guys!
My favorite music genre is baroque, harpsichord specifically. My favorite thing about are the intertwining melodies and independent counterpoint. I've only managed to write something with such counterpoint that actually sounds good a few times. I'm wondering if anyone could tell me some ideas on how to add this counterpoint, what notes I should use, how it could sound. The sound I'm looking for is somewhat like this
For school a group of friends want to perform Africa by Toto. We have no idea how to write the music and we need some help. If you have free time please can you write a music sheet for cello, trumpet and flute for the song Africa. We would really appreciate it! We are beginners so the pieces should not be too hard. Cello has most experience then trumpet and flute. PLEASE HELP!
I'd like comments by users fluent in the musical language that I write in to post on my comment section for this piece
Welcome to give comments!!! A set of funny music and my 3 nocturnes, everyones love nocturnes, maybe not...
We have a relatively small marching/pep band and I wrote some stand tunes that I'd like some feedback on
Hey guys I would love some critiques on this piece, honestly more nit picky and "negative" comments would be more helpful in this case I am working on creating stand tune like arrangements (1-2 minutes) as fast as possible without losing quality
Hey guys, this is going to be one of my next projects, if any of you can help me out with anything that needs fixing (like measure 17, I need help on the drum part). If you are familiar with Alex Hahn, then you might know this tune. If you are able to, can you tell me what I need to do to fix the problems I have with this project.
Edit: I am dumb forgot the link https://musescore.com/user/28270784/scores/5192679
P.S. I need to learn how to do strings say nothing about it if you can
hello guys! I am the new member! i'm new into this but I'm in love with music. untill now,,I haven't know how to play piano and produce some music. I already have the music studio but I don't know how to use it and create music! someone please help me to create some?
Hello fellow peoples,
I am currently writing a piece on a program called "Fl Studios" based off the idea of being stranded in the ocean during a storm. With that said, The song gives off the idea of both a calming and intense feeling at the same time..... is this possible in music? Also if I were to follow this idea of mine (Calm & Intense) should I start intense and slowly die down like a storm does or should I start calm as if the storm has died down but there are still elements of it? (I am using audio of the ocean and thunder that my brother recorded a few years ago)
hello ladies and gent's, i would love a bit of criticism on my first piece.
Howdy folks, I'm just looking for tips n' stuff for these two scores I'm working on. They are both works in progress, and I would appreciate it a ton if I got some advice. These will be two of three/four scores that I'll put in my college portfolio. I accept all criticism!
Hello! I'm a self-taught composer, and this is my second full piece (I've written things like character themes for friends that I don't count as full pieces) and, although I've been working on it throughout the summer, I'm still unhappy with it. I'm looking for critiques and tips on how I can improve this piece.
Hey guys! I’m looking for feedback on two pieces I wrote, both of which are very modern, unique, and my best pieces in my opinion. The two pieces are very different: one of them is a long piece for concert wind ensemble, and the other is a short lament written for just three strings. Anyways, I’d really appreciate any comments on these, and the links to them below. If you like what you hear, feel free to listen to or comment on my other music, as well:
Thank you! Have a great day!
Hello guys. I'll be glad if you will give me some tips and advices, cause i don't know how to write music well. Check out my piece that i made for fun, i think is a string quartet ahaha: https://musescore.com/user/27482785/scores/5177592