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Part of the new set of etudes.
This is a composition I wrote because I couldn't sleep.
I'd appreciate all feedback.
In particular, any feedback on how I could have added depth and color to the left hand.
So for a long time I've been hearing these little motifs in Bach music and sometimes other places as well, but I don't know what the name of it is. Examples are down below.
Hopefully these are enough examples so you guys could understand what I mean. Thanks!
This is my first composition for a string orchestra. I tried to keep it easy but still sounding good. Is there anything I can improve on, and if so, how?
I would like to study composition in the Conservatory of my country, but professors do not want to teach the style that I compose (A little bit romantic, haha), they say it is old fashioned and prefer to teach atonal music (I like it too, but it's easier for me to compose romantic music).
(I also posted this in Strings group)
I was thinking that every month or so, we write a song that the month were in reminds us of. Like, if March reminded me of blooming flowers, and I was I March, I might write a song called Bloom. Or, we could write songs about the seasons, like Vivaldi did, only we would make them our own original composition, What do you think?
I just finished part two of a soon-to-be lengthy marching band piece. The percussion seems a bit hectic, but I think it's competent so far. Thoughts?
I just composed this new piece for the story of the fox in Le Petit Prince. I would be very happy if I can get some feedback on that!
"C'est le temps que tu as perdu en ta rose qui fait elle si importante."
It is the time you spent on your rose that made it so important.
Feel free to leave your feedback :D
I wonder what do you think about my first sonata, and i'm glad to share it with you, always open to critics (be nice too, since i'm a self-taught compositor and pianist). Here you have the 3 movement's of my first Sonata, "life":
I know that maybe I can improve its readability with some small changes, but at the moment, as I learn more and get more knowledge it will keep without changes. Thanks a lot for your time :)!!
Hello - I'm new here and this may not be the right spot for this but i can't find any place for technical questions on the site.
i'm trying to get the software to do what i imagine is the most straightforward way to get music notated. i would like to play my piano directly into a mic attached somehow to the software on my mac and have the music notated. Not only can i not find out how to do this with this software but, searching around the internet, i can't find any other way to do this very straightforward thing so i'm wondering if its even possible.
This was my favorite song, and I believe it got deleted. I don't have it saved anywhere, and I'm just wondering if any of you remember it. I wrote out the bit I can remember, although I believe it's in a different key https://musescore.com/user/8316691/scores/5270357
Long story short, I picked up a book from the library and am teacing myself/
Tips? And I can't figure out how you strike the lowest string and not have it vibrate against another string. And I can't figure out how to not accidentally depress a different string then the one I'm trying to. And how do I reach the 6th string with my left hand?
Thanks guys :)
Here is an updated score.
I was bored today so I decided to make this by ear. Idk how to get the first ending to extend past one measure, but I think it turned out well. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated (even negative feedback).
I'm unsure if I should expand upon this... whatever you would call it I made several months ago for my anthropomorphic lucario persona (based on Pokemon Gold/Silver/Crystal's OST) or just scratch it and make a completely new score.
I'm not proficient in creating original compositions, and I lack the knowledge of many terms, but I'm going to get better and I hope to one day make my own large music piece.
(You're probably triggered because I most likely used several terms in the wrong ways.)
Guys! I got invited to play two of my compositions at a collage piano recital! (my rain etude
and a composition I played for a collage professor back in January) And I am only 13!