All feedback is appreciated, I'd love to know your thoughts on this. Thanks!
I just wrote my first sonata based on classical and minimalism I would like some advice please
I also dont know what to add on to it :/
Please take a minute and listen to my first attempt at composition. All feed back would be appreciated.
is in the title. I would like some feedback on my scores that might help me improve. All of my scores are work in progress so there are lot of long rests to skip around. I will try to comment back on some of your scores
I need help on this one, idk if its worth it to clean it up, or if i should add more to it
I made a start on this a while ago and don't quite know where to take it. It feels short but at the same time I can't tell what to put next.
Any suggestions or critiques would be extremely helpful, thank you in advance :)
It's pretty bad, but with some help it wont be.
Hello! I'm a self-taught composer, and this is my second full piece (I've written things like character themes for friends that I don't count as full pieces) and, although I've been working on it throughout the summer, I'm still unhappy with it. I'm looking for critiques and tips on how I can improve this piece.
Good day, Musescore community. I have posted this discussion with the express purpose of gathering opinions on my latest project, a rendition of "The Phantom of the Opera" aiming at instrumental accuracy. My dynamics and orchestrations are unfinished, so please criticize the other aspects of it. I very much appreciate your time. Thank you.
It's my longest composition (and the first I publish) so it would be great to read what you think :) thanks.
These will be the second and third movements of a suite containing five or six movements. The first, fourth, and fifth have all been started but not completed.
I'm aware that the MIDI file could be improved. Didn't worry about the interpretation much as whoever performs it will take care of that... only notated the really essential and non-obvious things.
Can I get some feedback on this, please? Specifically: 1) Piano players: Am I doing the pedal stuff correctly? I never got far enough along in my "homemade" piano lessons (self-teaching lol) to learn how to use the pedal. 2) People with music theory smarts: Help me pick out any horrible mistakes in chords/voice leading?
Hey guys! I would love some constructive criticism on my first piece ever. If you can spare some time to listen and provide feedback, it would be greatly appreciated! Thank You!!