September 2016

So, as you may have noticed, this sort of fell out of mind for a few months. So far this group hasn't done much, but that can always change! For this month, we'll try something more basic. A quartet. You can choose whatever instruments you choose, as long as there are 4 parts. Have fun with it.

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2 years ago
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February Contest

So. You may have noticed that I forgot about this during January. The semester started for school, and I guess this just slipped my mind. I'll keep track of it this month. If you guys are interested, the theme for February is romance. Make an arrangement in a format of your choice of a romantic song, or compose your own.
-If original: The lyrics and feel of the song should be sweet and romantic. Obviously, lyrics won't be a factor in a non-vocal piece.
-If arranged: Pick something sweet. Making an arrangement of Rack City won't get you anywhere, as opposed to Fall For You.

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3 years ago
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December 2015 Contest

So. The last contest hasn't had any submissions yet, but I think this one will go better. The theme for December is t arrange a new choral version of a Christmas carol. You can have whatever instrumentation you want, as long as it's a choir of at least 3 parts in the voices. Have fun and good luck!

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3 years ago
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Nov 2015 Contest

Hi guys! Time to open up our first contest. For month, you have until the end of November to compose a marching band score of a popular song. If you're not sure of marching band instrumentation, I have it listed below.

Piccolo
Flute
Bb Clarinet
Alto Saxophone
Tenor Saxophone
Bb Trumpet
Mellophone
Trombone
Baritone Horn
Tuba
Glockenspiel
Snare Drums
Tenor Drums
Bass Drums
Cymbal

Clarinets, Flutes, Trumpets, and Alto Saxophones usually have 2 parts in one staff.

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3 years ago
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