Duda un poco tontilla. / Query a little silly.

¡Hola! Espero que estén todos bien. Les hago una pequeña consulta: ¿Cómo puedo transcribir los compases 78, 79, 80, 81 y 82 de "Fur Elise" de Beethoven? Estuve intentando con varias alternativas pero ninguna me resulta. Busqué por Google y nada. ¿Qué significan esos "3" arriba de cada tres semicorcheas? Disculpen las molestias, soy nueva en este programa y me parece una maravilla. Gracias de antemano.

Hello! I hope everybody is fine. I ask you a little question: How can I transcribe bars 78, 79, 80, 81 and 82 of "Fur Elise" by Beethoven? I was trying with several alternatives but none of them work for me. I searched for Google and nothing. What do those "3" mean above every three sixteenths? Sorry for the inconvenience, I'm new to this program and I think it's wonderful. Thanks in advance.

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a day ago

Any kind of feedback is accepted and encouraged!

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.)

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9 days ago

Solo compositions (for music assignment at school)

Hey, so I tried composing for the first time for an assignment for Year 7 music and I'm confident (sort of...) about them! To explain the very short lengths of these pieces, the requirements were to have the length at least be 12-16 bars long and it had to be in C Major or C Pentatonic Scale (and no other modulations other than that with the exceptions of accidentals). Hope you like them and any constructive criticism are more than welcomed.

So for the first piece, I kinda wanted it to be a circus theme, so I had a rough melody in my head that I've sworn I've heard from somewhere but couldn't really remember where I heard it from. After finishing it, I checked with my music tutor (outside of school) and she showed me a song in a beginners book that was identical in terms of the melody. But I'll still upload it for any criticism.

As for the second piece, this was composed in under half an hour, so please excuse my sudden transitions in the melody. Also, my teacher encouraged titles for our pieces and in a language of our choice so the captions are in no way intended to be an offense to the Hungarian language or culture. To save you time, the Hungarian captions translate to:

- 'Period 3: Class 8E1' (Title)
- 'Start of class' (i think...) (first caption Bar 1)
- 'Reverie' (second caption Bar 5)
- 'Snap back into reality' (third caption Bar 9-10)
- 'Back to studying' (fourth caption Bar 13)
- 'End of class' (fifth caption Bar 15)
- 'Transition' (last caption Bar 16).



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11 days ago

Can you give me some opinions about this piece?

Also, what publisher would publish obscure pieces like this (and the other pieces of this set)?
I already asked Alistair Hinton, but they only publish Sorabji's pieces on the Sorabji-archive (which seems to be plausible)...
And I don't know about the Schott-Verlag...
Henle only takes very well known composers...
So I don't know who I should send the finished product to
(which will be set as private or be deleted completely before, during and after the publication-process, if the publisher wants me to do so!)


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15 days ago