If anyone is interested, I recently created a new group called Percussion Solo and Duet Repertoire. I want the group to store as much percussion repertoire as possible that only requires on or two players to perform. This can also includes pieces that feature a percussion soloist (Ex: Bob Becker's Bye Bye Medley and Emmanuel Sejourne's Concerto for Marimba and String Orchestra). Here's the link if anyone is interested in joining: https://musescore.com/groups/percussion-solo-and-duet-repertoire
Hello, everyone! I'm new to Musescore, and I decided to take my first stab at a percussion ensemble. Please, take a look and give me some feedback. Thanks! https://musescore.com/user/18217186/scores/5351925
Hey, guys! I'm new here and have been recently writing an indoor percussion piece (I've only written front ensemble) and I need someone to write battery for it. I need a snare, 5 drum tenor/quintet quads, and 5 bass drums. Whoever is willing to do it must be able to stick to a schedule. I will credit you and allow you to post, but if you claim you wrote everything yourself, I WILL report you.
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Hello there. I have been looking for percussion solo pieces that express one or multiple emotions. Specifically right now I have been trying to find a piece of Grief, Rage, or Envy. Does anyone know where I could find these? The search function hasn't really been able to help me out
i could need some advice by a percussionist with my latest arrangement "Tarzan".
It´s about combing parts and i need to know what kind of instrument is used in the original at 2 bars. If you think you´ll be able to help me, please have a look at it!
I've made a couple templates for marching band over at https://musescore.org/en/node/111531. I was looking for your ideas on them. Specifically:
1. How did your maching band handle percussion parts? Were they written with the wind parts, or were the parts that came with the arrangement usually re-written to suit your specific ensemble?
2. For the "WGI" scores (which could also double as the percussion parts for a marching band that writes them separately), do you agree with my selection of instrumentation? It's clearly nuts to try to believe that there's any "standard" pit, but do I have good starting points for both?