Hey guys, check out my first sonata
The Salvation Army is an American charitable organization and their small brass bands are part of American Christmas nostalgia.
How I imagine snow to sound like as it falls-
This is a new song I made titled 'Explorer Waltz'.
Please check it out and leave your comments about the song in the song's comment panel
I imagine this as a piece for multiple woodwinds. Twice I doubled the clarinet which I know is cheating but the piece is better as a pyramid than a tower. I can't do it so have a go at scoring it for small section; try a few measures and if you are having fun keep going!
I've been searching for good piano solo song that shows a degree of virtuoso, intellect and emotion, and I'm wondering whether the members of this group has what it takes to impress me! Each week I will set a particular style to follow, and the style of piece allowed changes every week. Here's a guidelines on some simple rules to follow:
1. Instruments: Piano solo only
2. Duration of piece: Maximum of 7 minutes
3. Style of piece that are allowed this week: Impressionistic and/or Etude
4. Only one piece per person per style.
5. How to leave the comment: :
Example -> Etude: https://musescore.com/user/151230/scores/5285021
Example -> Challenge accepted: (add link)
6. Deadline: 5th December 2018, 14:00 (Greenwich Mean Time)
The submitted piece must be at the same difficulty and/or harder than these pieces mentioned:
1. "Prelude to the Water Sprites" from Prelude to the Water Sprites/The Water Sprites Allure and Curse by The Curious Guy: https://musescore.com/user/151230/scores/5285021
2. "Splashes" from Reflections: A Suite of Picturesque Experiences by Skylighter
3. "Prelude in G# minor" by trngl
4."Etude in B major" by JustisB
5. "Paraphrase on Carol of the Bells" by yesverymuch
CHALLENGE(S) OF THE WEEK:
a) Do an Impressionist music representing the sea that is harder and/or equal to Prince781's At Sea (link: https://musescore.com/prince781/at-sea-wip )
b) Do a etude for the left hand only
I will personally rate them from a scale of 1-5. I rarely give a 1, but it's also very hard to earn a 4.5 to 5. The winner is the one with the highest rating in the week, and those with a score of 4.6 and above will be featured in the following week's contest and may possibly judge the next style's contest. I hope you join, and I look forward to listen!
Check out this song I found. It's pretty cool, but what do you think?
The Ugly Duckling by Dancing LIne, not the baby cartoon one.
Joaquin Rodrigo composed Concierto de Aranjuez in Paris, rue Saint Jacques, 159, in 1939, for Regina Sainz de la maza. Allegro con spirito is the first movement from Concierto de Aranjuez.
This is a work of transcription and I made several adjustments to orchestration without regard to mood and character.
great hope that this work will inspire other classical guitar and orchestra works
I wrote this song to commemorate my dog, who recently passed away. Based on a couple comments I've received, some notes about the piece: the melody is subtle, locked mostly with the bassoons and clarinets. It is slow and relatively unmoving when compared to the flutes and piccolo doing their thing. The moments of sudden loudness and percussion are there to sort of offer a resolution to the dissonance prior and resemble a step finished in the grieving process, per say. Dissonance ultimately drives this piece. Please comment any suggestions you might have. Thank you! Here's the link:
Hi guys, many of you may not know me because I have never posted here. I'm relatively new here and I do mainly offline solo compositions, arrangements, covers and remixes. Just posted one on MuseScore and want some of your feedback for future work. Would appreciate constructive feedback! Thanks :) https://musescore.com/gavinliu3/battlefield-instrumental
Reviews would be appreciated a lot!
my most complex piece yet.
would love to hear your critisism for better or worse
BTW, I am not here for any contest, I just want more people to listen to my arrangement.
If you have feedback, please share it by commenting on the score. Any feedback will help me create better arrangements. Thanks.
Would love to have some feedback on this :)
please listen my arrangement , thanks