"The Passion of the Christ OST"

HEY! I am currently making an arrangement of "Raising the Cross" and "Flagellation" by John Debney for orchestra. It is turning out GREAT so far! Reply if any of you guys want a copy and if there's sufficient people who want it, I'll post it on my profile!

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2 years ago
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Esperienze personali

Buongiorno. Ho studiato presso il Conservatorio G. Verdi di Milano "Organo e composizione organistica", "Musica corale e Direzione di Coro", "Composizione". Uso Musescore dal 2008 e quindi conosco piuttosto bene il programma che, rispetto ad altri quali Finale, Sibelius e Vivaldi ha poco da invidiare (tranne la dinamica e i Fontsound, per fare un esempio). Ho sempre insegnato presso scuole medie a indirizzo musicale e licei musicali Teoria e solfeggio, Armonia e pianoforte. Da tempo mi sto dedicando a composizioni per pianoforte scritte per gradi PIANOTIME1,2,3,4,5. Canoni a due voci in tutte le tonalitΓ  scritti e pensati per uso didattico avanzato (Canoni da trasportare per semitono e tono). Sono interessato a scambiare opinioni ed esperienze con altri musicisti e/o ad aiutare chi ne avesse bisogno.
A presto, con simpatia: Carlo

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a year ago
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Why I'm here (the truth)

I'm here to get my music heard! I don't have a pro account so it is hard to get my songs heard so I post on Groups with links to soundcloud/youtube.
I have some experience in music so I hope I will be allowed here! :)
I have played piano for 8 years, I watch lots and lots of online theory classes, I taught myself to play clarinet pretty well, I play a little ukelele and tinwhistle, and I think I'm pretty reasonable in film scoring. (totally not the best. I bet all of you here are better than me.:)
Thanks!

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a year ago
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So, here's where I stand...

I am highly experienced with piano music, and am a piano rebuilder. But I am an amateur composer and arranger, and know very little about what I'm doing in that regard. That I've been doing it since I was a child doesn't change that. I have no formal education in music composition.

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2 years ago
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Rag Tales album

My new album "Rag Tales" is out now. You can find it on Spotify, ITunes, Apple Music, and Google Play among others. I got started right here on Musescore when I was invited to the ragtime players group. Please check it out. I think you will enjoy it. Thank you friends. Just search for " CJ Brandt" or "Rag Tales". Thanks again

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a year ago
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Violinists... need your support

I requested this in Freesounds.org im just doing a repost.

VIOLINISTS! Please read! Looking for community orchestra.


MY TITLE LIED. I also need Cellists and Violists. But that's all!
Hi there? I'm Just chillin' around. Oh? I have business? Anyway, lets get to the topic.
I'm looking for string(orchestra) players to record on their instrument some notes (Included all open strings G-D-A-E[Violin], C-G-D-A[Viola, Cello]) and preferably a sound sample for every three half steps with a 10 second length (It's alright to record your bow change, but make it less obvious). I'm looking to build a community strings chamber session orchestra sample library for the use of everyone.
(It will +++NOT+++ COME AS A KONTAKT PLAYER SAMPLE(.nki files), Only as SFz and Sf2 file formats. I just need your support and lets record a community strings session chamber orchestra. (And if you are a professional musician, well you know what else to add to those samples. (Highest note on violin could be *C8, C7 for viola and C6 for cello)
And if you're lucky enough to have a good microphone and a good sounding violin, Your sample set may be the samples used in the solo violin instrument wink *With credit. (Also, please don't cheat and use other people's samples[that may be even unlucky enough to be copyrighted]
All of these will be possible with some help here! You and every single one of you who are willing to participate WILL BE credited.
If you have a condenser microphone or a clear mic, then you had saved me a few hours of editing time.
But out of everyone who will want to participate in this project, only 40 sound sets(or 40 sets of people's sample recordings) will pass through, UNLESS I might receive more than 40(For I have posted this too in other websites like Musescore and my own social media), 35-40 samples has been exeeded and(if ever) it reaches to 60 sets(Which I doubt, I HIGHLY DOUBT it will), then there will be
violins-section1.sfz and
violins-section2.sfz etc. etc.(same as for the cello, if it reaches more than 8(not eighty) sets, and viola(if it exceeds 20.)
That means, a second string section in one library! If that happens, It will be the first library to have that,-(Unless someone already made a library with two sections, which I have not known of yet.)
So all I really need of you(No other hard work for you needed, You don't need to process the audio files, I will be the one doing all of that).
You could email me here: russianlessonfinder@gmail.com if you're a slight bit interested or you want some more info about this(Yeah yeah, yeeesh. I know this was a long read ^ but I only scratched a sand surface on that info)
Peace! See ya.

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a year ago
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A few arrangements/originals

Hi, guys, I just recently finished a horn symphony that I want to know if y'all want to take a look at. It's 10 pages, 8 minutes 36 seconds, if anyone wants to take a look at it I'll allow you. It's in the key of F, for DUET HORNS IN F. I'm working on an orchestral version of the symphony, however, there will be a lot of differences.

As well as that, I'm beginning to work on a medley including these songs: Heart of Courage (TSFH), Above and Beyond (AUDIOMACHINE), Winterspell (TSFH) and a finale of ILLUSIONS (TSFH). Mentioning of Two Steps From Hell, I have the horn melody from (1:58) of AURA by Thomas Bergersen. Let me know if you are interested in playing, collaborating, or buying any of these sheets. I look forward to this!

If you have questions, please don't hesitate to ask @ tjsmith9656@gmail.com


Thanks,

TJ SMITH

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3 years ago
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A few arrangements/originals

Hi, guys, I just recently finished a horn symphony that I want to know if y'all want to take a look at. It's 10 pages, 8 minutes 36 seconds, if anyone wants to take a look at it I'll allow you. It's in the key of F, for DUET HORNS IN F. I'm working on an orchestral version of the symphony, however, there will be a lot of differences.

As well as that, I'm beginning to work on a medley including these songs: Heart of Courage (TSFH), Above and Beyond (AUDIOMACHINE), Winterspell (TSFH) and a finale of ILLUSIONS (TSFH). Mentioning of Two Steps From Hell, I have the horn melody from (1:58) of AURA by Thomas Bergersen. Let me know if you are interested in playing, collaborating, or buying any of these sheets. I look forward to this!

If you have questions, please don't hesitate to ask @ tjsmith9656@gmail.com


Thanks,

TJ SMITH

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3 years ago
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What Exactly is Considered Experience?

I mean. I am a sophomore in high school... but I generally understand theory, from a high-schooler's view point. I can arrange my own music, and I compose sometimes. Mostly before I had a huge Gravity Falls project to work on. It is a good way to judge my experience, listening to that.

Point: What is really considered experience? .-.

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3 years ago
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If you want to write for orchestra,ensembles or solo

If you want to write for orchestra there is music you need to be familiar with so can evoke the worlds you imagine.i would like it if other professionals would add to this list as they can.Let's start with the orchestra.I don't start with solo instruments or quartets because the sound of 2 violins in a quartet is nothing like 20 first violins with 10 2nds and 8 violas and so on.They can not do the same things thats why Richard Strauss writes so many solo passages in his tone poems .Handel's brass writing is terrific .But I would say modern orchestral writing starts with the
last 6 Mozart symphonies 35-41
Every single Beethoven symphony and they will help you nuance,extend ,color your themes, build and contrast atmospheres
Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique
anything by Rimsky-Korsakov esp. Scherazade
Gustav Holst The Planets
Debussy La Mer
Ravel Daphne et Chloe
Stravinsky Rites of Spring
Messiaen Turangalila
I've gotten all of these scores except the Messiaen through inexpensive Dover publications. Unfortunately,the ear and instrumental know how will only come through an experienced guiding hand ,individual study with instruments while constantly perusing these scores and much live listening .The internet has innumerable aids to learning how to score for orchestra.

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5 years ago
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Psssssst.....

Psssst...
Experience is spelled... "Experience." Dunno if you can change the name of a group once it's been made, but if it's possible, somebody should do something about that!

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5 years ago
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Come hear how hard I've been working!

Hey everyone. I hate to promote myself so shamelessly, but I've been working pretty hard lately on some of this stuff. Have a listen if you have a minute, I guarantee you'll be pleasantly surprised!

http://musescore.com/user/59739/sets/135413 -- This one is a three-movement piano solo I wrote between September and December of 2013.

http://musescore.com/user/59739/scores/104070 -- I suppose you could consider this one to be a tiny piano concerto (only 6 instruments, including the piano, and only 4:16 long). This one's a lot of fun!

http://musescore.com/user/59739/scores/155900 -- Here we have my newest work-in-progress. This is the first time I'm writing for an orchestra. The piece will be performed on March 16th at Bennington College, and I'm extremely excited to hear how it really sounds!

And, if you like what you hear, feel free to poke around my page!

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5 years ago
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Would anyone be interested in arranging a song for me?

Hi all!! This is Cedar!!!

I was wondering if any of you folks would be interested in arranging a song for me. I want it for the piano, because I want to be able to play it. For some reason, this is my favorite song (although it is a weird song) but I can't find any piano sheet music for it. The only guidelines I'd like is the same melody and roughly the same chord pattern. You can add variations and little additions to make it your own, but I just want it to sound good, and be playable. It can be fairly difficult, but no harder than something like Scott Joplin would write. Here is the song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_y_VucMwQg

Would anyone be interested in this? You'll get all the credit. Feel free to ask any questions. Thank you :-)

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5 years ago
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