I LOST MY KEYS - and im very sad please tell me if you find them

18 parts15 pages02:314 days ago181 views
Alto Saxophone(2), Tenor Saxophone(2), Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet, Trumpet(4), Trombone(4), Guitar, Piano, Bass, Percussion
little jazz song i made that i like. im sure theres tons of mistakes cause i wrote this in two days so please point them out to me if you'd be so kind.

Opus 19 No. 1 - Etude in G minor

1 part3 pages00:599 days ago127 views
quick little thing i made in rachmaninoff style. hopefully one day ill get better at this style of writing so i can do slow stuff to. criticism is welcome and appreciated

A Winsome Waltz

2 parts6 pages02:055 months ago269 views
I thought this was a lovely, dynamic (bad pun, sorry) duo so I decided to transcribe it. Feedback is appreciated. Enjoy!!! :D

(I replaced this score with another one that wasn't as good. It will be found on my other account)


1 part3 pages43:3616 days ago94 views
I don't think you've seen anything like this before.


1 part3 pages03:1617 days ago178 views
Hey y'all! :D Back with a new piece! Now I'm so sorry I haven't posted anything in over a month. I was busy with school stuff once again. But I do promise I'll be more active during the next couple weeks! :)

An idea struck me one day : how about I compose a suite for piano
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The Most Favorited Song on Musescore

8 parts8 pages03:172 months ago330 views
Piano, Percussion(2), Guitar(2), Violin, Flute, Bass
I hope this can be the most favorited song on musescore. Let's see if we can do this.

You may distribute this song without my permission (but give me credit), but you may not recreate it.


A Rather Sad Song

4 parts6 pages04:01a month ago51 views
Piano(2), Guitar, Violin
I am using this for a competition.

Symphony in E Minor

12 parts12 pages08:445 months ago316 views
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn, Trumpet, Timpani, Strings(5)
Hello! I was writing this WIP over the last few days, so I decided to post it. Even though I call it a symphony, I don't really want it to follow a fixed form.

Slow Dancin'

4 parts9 pages03:49a month ago207 views
Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
This is originally a piano duo that I did a while back. While the piece was easy, I fell in love with the melody and wanted to make an arrangement for it and BAM. Here it is :)

I want critique to make this piece better, so if you have ideas, please let me know! Enjoy!

Annie's Song

1 part5 pages02:553 months ago724 views
This is one of John Denver's famous songs. I'm a huge fan! And, I may have had a lot of dust in my eyes while arranging this 😂. I arranged this score by ear, no references were used in the creation of it. A shout out to my mother for giving me advice for this score, and being the best mom a
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Rondo in D Minor (Done!

1 part3 pages09:316 months ago487 views
Hello Musescorians! I have a new rondo. The form for it is ABACABA coda. Every section other than the coda is repeated. That makes it about 10 minutes long, but whatever.

Mozart's Rondo alla Turca and Overture to Lucio Silla were the biggest influences to this rondo. (I challenge you to try
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Follow the Road - 100 FOLLOWER SPECIAL!

2 parts11 pages06:562 months ago315 views
Hey guys! :D
I'm so happy and proud to present to you all my 100 FOLLOWER SPECIAL, to thank you all for your support since the beginning for me on MuseScore (May 2018) Hopefully you'll spend 6'55" of your time for something ;)

I want to thank (individually, in no particular
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A New Chapter | Original Composition (LIVE ORCHESTRAL PERFORMANCE!!!)

A New Chapter | Original Composition (LIVE ORCHESTRAL PERFORMANCE!!!)

25 parts11 pages03:337 months ago561 views
Piccolo, Piano(11), Organ(2), Percussion(7), Trombone, Tuba, Timpani, Strings
Hello there!

Woohoo! I have finally reached 401 followers! Thank you so, so, so, so, so much to everyone who has been an encouragement through feedback and friendship on this site. You could never know how grateful I am! Here is a shoutout to some of the people who have been a great encouragement
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