I wrote this for a story prompt for another group bit i think its a cool piano piece so i thought id post this up her. take a listen and tell me what you thing. thank you and hope you enjoy it.
This show has always been part of my childhood. I remember watching it with my brother years ago. This is my arrangement of it for solo piano if you care to listen to it. It will not disappoint you: https://musescore.com/user/27031510/scores/5185059
Have a nice day!
this song is showing the base clef for the bottom and top. and I tried playing the top part on the piano and it sounds weird, I mad sure it was the correct notes too. how do you play this song? someone help.
I noticed that when I updated musescore, the piano instrument in 2.3.1 sounded very more acoustic or classical sounding than before. In 2.1 and before, it sounded very bright (but it wasn't on a bright piano). Did they change the instrument sounds? I'm not upset. It just was very surprising.
So I am super excited, because I just found some really amazing (if used correctly) FREE VST soundfonts!!!
So I put together a quick list of them!
is a musical term for an alternative passage which may be played instead of the original passage.
In MuseScore ,how to do?
Few days ago, my daughter (6 years old) visited an exam at music school. I was there. And I remembered the atmosphere of my childhood. When I was 10, I was studying at Music School.
It was time of musician-friends, nice time after school... Also it was 3 hours of piano playing per day (and it was very boring compositions). Solfege, where we tried to repeat very incomprehensible parts from Gluk music.
And I'm sad about it. I made the decision: If she passes the exam or not, I'll not let her attend music school. On the contrary, I'll hire a personal teacher. And this teacher will not only teach her play, but teach her love to play. The goal is not to bring a world-star pianist. The goal is in 12-15 years she should be a music lover. She should love to play in 17-18-19 years old. Not to be like a 90% of graduates, who hate to play music after music school.
But it's about Russian musical school systems. But for me it's interesting: What's with Europe music schools?
Is it as boring as in Russia? Have you a problem, that 90% of children hate playing music after music school?
I am very new to Piano and for me it was scale drilling. I went through C, D, E major drills with right and left hands up three octaves back and forth 50 times which took about 10 minutes per hand so 20 minutes per scale and all up 60 minutes roughly for the three scales.
How about you?
Also, what are some tips to improve other than scales and right reading drills.
Hello! Does anyone know the beautiful song "Faster Car" Loving Caliber feat. Anders Lystell & Michael Stenmark? I have been looking everywhere for sheet music and even tried transcribing it on my own but it takes a a day to do a measure and it still doesn't even sound the same. Can someone help?
Hi! I'm new to the community section of Musescore. I've been trying to find sheet music for piano for the "Tonya Suite" from the I, Tonya soundtrack by Peter Nashel. I can't find anything for this, and I have no clue on how to transcribe it myself.
Any advice? Anywhere I should look for this?
Detective Conan ''Mune Ga Doki Doki''/''Pounding of My Heart''
This is the first opening of Conan. I don't know about you but, this sure brings back memories for me at least!I hope you enjoy this, here it is! Feedback and tips are always welcome! https://musescore.com/user/27031510/scores/4993...
Cross-staff beaming seems a little confusing to me as I haven't seen much of it or played any sheet music with this applied. However, now that I have seen some peices that I would like to learn that have cross staff notes, I need a better understanding.
Let's dive into a scenario, a group of eighth notes are the last group in a bar on the bottom staff (left hand), the second note extends up into the top staff (right hand) while all the other notes remain on the bottom staff. Does this mean I play the second note with my right hand since it extends into the top staff? Or do I play all the notes with my left hand.
I'm also guess that if the composer needs to play that particular notes with the other hand, crossing works where ledger lines don't communicate this information.
That's my understanding of how it works, please correct me if I'm wrong.
It wouldn't be a shot in the dark to say that the "Piano" group on Musescore is one of the largest and most active groups on the entire online platform. Right? SO much music gets uploaded here, practically on a daily bases and I must say, I am hugely fascinated by some of the compositions that people are sharing here.
This next question is more directed at the admins of this group although other opinions from normal group members will not go unnoticed.
Is this group turning into a general music platform, catering to so much more music BESIDES compositions featuring the piano . I admit I am guilty of this myself, but I have seen quite a few compositions and transcriptions of orchestral, band and chamber music being shared here as if this group is a general music sharing website and pays no homage to the group description, let alone the title.
I posted this discussion because I would like a bit of clarification on this subject before I start sharing more string quartet transcriptions without the full consent from the admins of this group.
Sorry for my English but I am looking for the partition : Mattia Vlad Morleo - Respiro.
Very beautiful !
Someone have the partition piano please ? (PDF, MIDI)
My girlfriend would like to play it on the piano with Syntésia logiciel for traning ^^
Thank you very much :)
Hi. I am really bored playing songs for my piano exams or songs I've tried to learn but then couldn't really be bothered to learn. I recently performed River Flows in You by Yiruma and am now looking for some more beautiful Piano songs that I can learn. Any suggestions?
What are your favourite compositions for piano and orchestra that you have heard? Mine include Rach's second (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=leXt4ilaPdA), Chopin's first (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPa7jjeKVR4) and Beethoven's Fourth and Fifth (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqyusM6sogM&list=PLBjoEdEVMABIP9duGkgD3NCUIIKuQXmVu&index=4 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEYajsa8NeM&list=PLBjoEdEVMABIP9duGkgD3NCUIIKuQXmVu&index=5)
Bach knew the piano and miraculously after al the bombings during WW@ papers archived show Bach actually sold Pianos to a nobleman or at least procures them .Bach constantly rewrote or played his music on other insstrumenst - look at the lute pieces look at he keyboard versions of the violin music and hundreds (maybe) other examples . The piano has so many colors esp. when played by a resourceful executant that we all know Bach would have loved especiallly all of our modern instruments . If he had known the tam-tam and gong and synthesizer and lived in our times he wuld be making unbelievably clever music . If you know Rzewsky ,Bolcolm and thousands of others you already know unbelievable miracles are being accomplished daily .Rosalyn Tureck is so great .i always learn from her. Glenn Gould's genius is so musical I listen often without thinking but daily some magnificence of his musicality becomes more apparent . Ton Koopman is also an excellent keyboardist. Remember Bach most often wrote Klavier meaning any keyboard instrument at hand would be suitable an he sel more music that way .When I was achild I adored the organ .Now I ignore it . Hope this soon changes . Tra lala .