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I realize that since piano isn't exactly my primary instrument I don't exactly know what's playable or not. I was trying to practice the music and when I got to measure 9, I felt like I had to put my left hand in really uncomfortable positions for the rest of the piece. So, is it actually something that's good for playing or will I have to rearrange the intervals?
Im a beginner as a composer, I'm okay at piano.
Ideas usually pop into my head when I'm bored, so I connected my keyboard to my computer and started this, im stuck now though, so I think I need some help.
In the movie "over the hedge" there is a song called "heist" written by Ben Folds, I convert Sheet music into fun 8-bit style songs and was wondering if anyone is like me who just makes music for fun and would like to give making an arrangement of "Heist" by ben folds a try. ill make sure to share my final 8-Bit song with you as well if you are interested
I am working on a Nocturne as you probably know from my previous post here. Well, I have the first theme melody and bass down but I have no idea where to have the pedal marked except at the ending measure where it is all tonic harmony.
Here is the link to my nocturne:
Hello! I've just discovered the online side of musescore (I've had the program a couple years) and would love feedback on this piece! It's a riff on fur elise I composed a couple years ago and have been tweaking on and off.
So you know how I composed a nocturne before? It's now on my YouTube channel if you want to check it out. Here is the link to my previous nocturne if you want to listen to it:
But I am planning on composing a second nocturne and uploading it here. I know that it has to be evocative of the night but is there anything else I need to take into consideration when writing a nocturne?
A little over a week ago, I posted for the first time on here. What I posted was the Allemande to my Piano Suite. Now I almost has 100 views!!! I would like to thank everyone that listened to it. I have finished the next two movements and I hope that they are enjoyable as well. I would love to hear any feedback for I helps a lot. Cheers!
It's kind of slow from the beginning, but should make up for it later. :s
Feedback would be much appreciated. :)
Hello! My friend and I are currently working on a short film to enter in youth film festivals. We are in need of a soundtrack. If anyone is interested in writing a piece for it please let me know. There's no guarantee we will use any piece, but we are still looking for options! If anyone would like to know more details feel free to ask. Thank you!
What do you think about this composition?
I tried to create my very first own composition from my autodidactic music theory and learning-by-doing knowledge. It is dedicated to my daughter Antonia, born just 10 days ago. ^^
It's a quite simple pop song with the 4 chord fool proof recipe. ;-) The total effort comes to 2 days or maybe 8 to 10 hours. It contains an intro, catchy chorus and two short verses. It ends with a little chorus variation. The 2nd verse has some jazzy chords. The motif is inspired by my daughters sweet hiccup.
Hope you like it,
I really really like this song and I think It will sound really pretty on the piano; but i have looked LITERALLY everywhere for the sheet music and haven't been able to find it. Unfortunately, my piano composition skills are very limited... lol So if any one wants to take on a challenge and write the sheet music just for fun that would be AMAZING! The song is called "I'll follow you" by Christon Gray. Thank you so much!!!
So here is what I have of the impromptu so far. I know, it is just 10 measures, but I don't know what to write after those 10 measures. I do know however that I want the next part to accelerate from the slow Allegro of the introduction to a Presto tempo for the A section.