Okay so heres my dilemma, on musescore there is not one version of the Creed theme from the Creed movies. I'm thinking we need to change that. If anyone wants to work together on making a remake of "You're a Creed" from the soundtrack please let me know!
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My friend and I started a two man band named Void Klef (I know it's cringe), and we would like for someone to listen to our music. The piece I'm going to link is called "Wither". It's the type of song that you would put on in the background doing whatever. At the beginning of the track there's one minute of whack sounds; the song portion doesn't start until 1:00. Anyway, I've said enough, here it is:
And here's our soundcloud (we only have two songs as of 3/20/19)
I'm 15 (16 in May), and I want a buddy that's atleast intermediate in music composition to share music with and exchange knowledge and real friendship with! I've been writing for probably 3 years now and playing for almost 6, since I started band in 6th grade. Preferably I'd want someone who matches or appreciates my style and also isn't a cringey 12 year old either just starting out or just sending me memes all day.
I am literally obsessed with Mozart, Beethoven, CPE Bach, Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, etc. My big 2 right now are Bach (ofc) and Liszt ever since I listened to his Dante Sonata and la Campanella.
I live in North Texas (near Dallas), I'm super gay, and love love love rpg games like Skyrim, Assasin's Creed, and Mass Effect (<3) but I also like Super Smash Bros, Spyro, Pokemon, or pretty much most games.
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Hello everyone! @realrandynewman and I are doing this very fun cuphead pastiche medley. So how this works is everyone makes one piece based on the big band jazz from cuphead. This can either be a plane battle piece a run and gun or a regular boss battle. We need at least 7 people to complete the medley. Each piece must have a rhyming name like "Wolly warbles in aviary action" or "eartha earthquake in jungle rumble". When your done Randy will fix the pieces up and put it in the medley. Put a comment saying what the name of your piece will be and get our piece up in the next 3 weeks and you can be in the medley!
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I just finished my first original composition please check it out!
Sorry to you who will receive this discussion multiple times lol I gotta get the word out somehow
In my second nocturne, I decided I was going to improve my harmony. I realized that I rarely use anything more than I and V chords, so I expanded my array of progressions.
Feedback is needed. I hope you like my nocturne! Thank you in advance for any comments left.
My name is Bobby, and I am a composer/clarinetist. I have used Musescore throughout my entire high-school career, for doing things like making arrangements of songs, or creating my own pieces.
I have been interested in doing YouTube for a long time. I have had a channel for a long time I used to upload to, but I've decided to abandon that name. Recently, I created a new one called Clarinet Land, and I want to upload myself performing clarinet related compositions and arrangements to that channel.
If you are interested, feel free to send me your arrangements, and I would love to record and upload them to my channel! If there are any questions or concerns, I am more than happy to address them either on the discussion or a private message.
I look forward to (hopefully) collaborating with you at some point in the future!
P.S. - Here is a link to the YouTube Channel I have created. Feel free to check it out!
My very first piece (which is still a work in progress) is being written to go with a poem, kind of like a score for the poem. Imagine someone reading the poem, but there's music that goes with it. That's what I'm doing. I've reached a block and I don't know what to do. I know what emotion and feel I want to convey with the music but I just don't know how. Does anybody have any tips for getting unstuck?
Also, just curious, has anyone here ever written music for poetry?
I'm a marching percussion arranger (with an emphasis in front ensemble) who's open to writing for field shows. As of now I do it purely for free as a pastime, so if you would like to collaborate then message me! :)
First attempt at anything more than just a piano! Any kind of feedback is appreciated!
hi! i'm in an all-girls high school a capella group. i've never made an arrangement before and would really appreciate some feedback (i have to finish this by march 31st so sooner is better than later)! *as of now its a wip!!*
i used this as primary inspiration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qfUjG8NHhU
and this is the arrangement: https://musescore.com/user/14075381/scores/5463797
Check this out! Please give feedback so we can make this better.
Sorry to those of you who are getting this discussion multiple times
I'm curious. Does your school enforce horn angles (in marching band) as strongly as my band director does?
His rules (sort of by instruments):
Trumpets/Directional Brass (mello, trombone, etc) - Must have bell pointed towards the press box, or about 27 degrees about parallel with the ground.
Flutes - Parallel with the ground. Always. And parallel, in actuality, for those who don't know, feels like it's a bit MORE than parallel.
Saxes - "Chicken wings" (Elbows point a out when at attention)
I'd love to know what your school does, as I've seen many many many many many other schools who let their band get away with bad horn angle (namely flutes who are definitely NOT parallel).
PS. For any fluatist who hasn't heard about the whole parallel flute thing, it is actually better than not parallel, as it opens up your lungs and straightens your spine and neck. It REALLLLLY makes a difference in both sound and your effort (it's a whole lot easier to breath with a straight windpipe).