Three versions of the same melody.
This was straight from the keyboard to Musescore, no changes or embellishments.
This is a dressed up version of #1.
Dressed up but in plain clothes.
This is a new piece I've written because I couldn't sleep.
It's a simple piece, but I quiet like it. Particularly the melody.
Would really appreciate some feedback. In particular how I could have added depth and color to the left hand.
I have just release the fifth composition based on the same theme .
I will stop for this theme, but i will continue with an other... You can get the musics here :https://musescore.com/user/2683246/sets/5097081
I heavely recommend to all composer to do this kind of exercice, it is a very good way to progress in music writting!
A lot of people thinks rules break creativity, but i think the contrary ; with rules, we have to be more creative with the few liberty left!
If you write this kind of exercice, tag it with #1Theme100Music ;)
have a good day ;)
just finished a new piece and would like to hear your thoughts about it, for better or worse.
I have been working on this piece for like seven months and I just can't seem to get anywhere with it.... any ideas or suggestions for the piece
This is my piece of chaos. It is super weird and strange.
I wrote this with that in mind, trying to express a guy's point of view. At least mine anyway. Not all of us are abusing, spouse-beating scum. I can't sing or play an instrument so if someone wants to record this, on piano or guitar or whatever, and sing it I would love to hear a human take on this.
I want to know what you guys think of my first March.
I uploaded this for sharing and to promote that I'm searching for a Violinist and a Pianist to record it on the platform called Kompoz! I don't know I may find someone interested on recording here.
Kompoz link https://www.kompoz.com/music/collaboration/877913
Here I share my little march or something similar:
I hope you like them =)
Hey guys! I am trying to get some of my stuff out there. But, I want it to be perfect first. Please click the link below and listen to this song I have written. All feedback is helpful and I would love to hear what you guys think of it!
I hope you enjoy it!
I tried to write in a kind of metal setting - albeit without bass. The previous composition (this is a musical follow-up) is this one: https://musescore.com/user/14563411/scores/5160694
Even if I won't really have the time to work again on these pieces I welcome any critique/advice in order to improve them!
Sadly I lost some files due to hard drive failure so I had to make this a later work.
Would greatly appreciate some feedback. Yes its longer than most stuff that gets posted so if you can listen to just some even I would be very happy.
I need advice on if it sounds alright and what I should add in after, i have composers block alright ;(
Anyone in need of percussion for your song(s)? I write percussion music for my friends, and I've also written for high school drumlines. I'm doing this for you guys for free. I'm not looking to get payed unless someone offers to pay me. :) I look forward to hearing from you guys! Thanks!
A little backstory.
Because free Musescore account only have a 5 score limit, so I made this piece and posted it on YouTube.
Please put your feedback and suggestions on this discussion's comment section or at the video's comment section.
Hey guys I just uploaded another one of my orchestrations and I would love any feedback on this piece. The song is about a student who discovers a book in her school that can conjure fantasy creatures and lead her on an adventure.
Thanks so much for a listen!
spare a second for my second piece https://musescore.com/user/29366295/scores/5188929
I am about to compose a symphonic waltz and i was wondering if any of you know pieces to study or any theory to learn before doing that. Just to give you a point of theory where i am: I certainly know already a lot about music theory in general, i also know about all the instruments and chord progression as well but i wanna learn more about orchestration and implementation of melodies. If anyone could help i´d be happy :)