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This seems like the place to ask beginner level questions so please may I?
About me; You will have heard my story many times over - I took some lessons years ago and recently found myself wanting to get back in. I was being tutored back then and although I took some lessons over some years I don't think i ever got out of the gate really. I have next to no skill and zero confidence but i want that to change. At this point I have very basic reading skills, given a simple enough piece and enough time to study it and practice I can get a melody and baseline going.
So anyway, with a renewed gusto and a determined mindset that this time i will self study, i found myself here looking for music to play. Beatles, that's a good place to start right? simple, easy and everyone knows the tunes.
Penny lane, that's a goodun I say to myself and then BOOM i hit my first snag.
second measure, the first notes in bass line require a G in two octaves, the higher G remains held while the lower notes descend further. How is this played? the stretch is impossible or am i reading it wrong?
thank you for humouring my idiocy.
Hello all, I'm looking to get my own work out there and get lots and lots of feedback, if you'd be so kind as to take a look at my own work I'd greatly appreciate it.
I only have one piece as of yet and it's still in work sort of, but it's a very beginner sort of thing so expect the worst lol.
L'amour adolescent : https://musescore.com/user/31300636/scores/5461673
Silently restless: https://musescore.com/user/31300636/scores/5455082
All completely different, but with nice harmonics, ... just try them out.
Hi i am a new joiner, and i compose and transcribe music. Dont worry because my songs are usually pretty easy
please see my song i made a few months back. It is easy to learn!
thx follow me!
So in this week i will buy a new digital piano and i still dont know what to chose. I think about Yahama P-125, Casio PX-160 and Kawai ES-110.Can you help my with the decision? (sorry for my bad english)
A song reflecting one's first love/crush. The person thinks it's unrequited but soon realises that the other person has feelings for them too. (Not based on a true story. Or is it...)
This is a very rough (finished) version of it and I'm working on polishing it. (The only reason I made this was because I couldn't sleep at 4 AM).
Any constructive feedback is more than welcomed. Enjoy! :)
Hey everyone! I'm not exactly a beginner (I've been playing piano for nearly two years), but I have a good knowledge about music. If you have any questions, please leave a comment.
As a beginner , I don't know a lot 'bout music so can u explain to me in detail exactly what's the melody and the harmony ? And how can we make the harmony to the melody ? And what's the mainly rules that we have to respect writing the harmony ? And can we have more than one melody in a score ?
H i @ a l l ,
I'm FarrierPete, 62 years of age, MuseScore user since 3 years 26 weeks. (Now on MS 2.02) As I'm new to this group: Nice to meet you.
Maybe, you like Old Time Jazz, esp. the Boogie, and try to replicate it on your MIDI-Keyboard or on Fluid Synth with MuseScore? Let's talk about your experience, and what your teacher - if you have any - told you about that. Some hints on "How to" and some links to listen to will be welcome, of course.
To start some discussion:
I'm a nearly complete self taught amateur (or dilettante?) on a 61-Key-MIDI-Keyboard (as that "Steinway&Sons Grand" was too expensive B^)...) Touch sensitive keys, capable of General MIDI. As Musician, I learned reading scores and playin' recorder 55 years ago (at school), learned pickin' Guitar, mostly (german + celtic) Folk, Folk-Rock, Country & Delta-Blues (all by myself, too), I still play the guitar, but in the last 20 years, a MIDI Keyboard joined my computer(s) as input / output device. I still want to learn more...
If you wanna hear some examples, you might listen to
There are eight Boogies in one score... As I still am a simple "free" user (no "pro"), I have to "pile" them into one score.
Tell me, what you think, and what could be done better.
Have Fun and: Set the Music free!
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