Collaborative Symphony

I just noticed this group. I have already got this going in this discussion: https://musescore.com/groups/young-orchestrators/discuss/5019647#comment-4891211 But I will put it here. It will have these four movements:
I Adagietto -Allegro con fuoco: parts to reserve { introduction ( Adagietto, D Æolean or Phrygian), A theme (Allegro con Fuoco, D Æolean) , B theme (Choose tempo, A Ionian, Mixolydian, Dorian, or Æolean) , Development (Choose tempo and mode), coda (D Ionian, Bundled with transitions), transitions}
II Lento e Cantabile {A theme (Lento, E Ionian or Mixolydian), B theme (Not faster than Andante or slower than Largo, More must be related to E Ionian or Mixolydian (whichever one the A theme is in) ) variation on B theme (Between Larghissimo and Moderato), coda (E Lydian), transitions}
III Scherzo: Vivace Trio: Andante {Scherzo theme (C Ionian) , trio theme ( D Ionian) , outro (D or E Locrian) }
IV Finale Allegro con Brio {A theme (D Æolean, Allegro con Brio), Rehearsal mark A, Mark B, Mark C, Coda (D Ionian) }
Please request one of the sections in brackets by commenting to this group discussion: https://musescore.com/groups/young-orchestrators/discuss/5019647#comment-4891211 By the way, the person doing the introduction needs to wait until the A and B themes are done before fully creating the introduction.

If you are unfamiliar with large orchestras, you can compose for some instruments and let an arranger make the other parts.
While editing, everyone must use this soundfount:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1W5zOqNXQuZpLrv0Eck1QRdHVJpmKHgeC/view?usp=drivesdk
One you have claimed a portion to work on, you need to request access to the file. In the message space give a link to your Musescore profile and state which portion you have claimed. Then while you wait for your request to be accepted, prepare. After your request is accepted, reply to your comment and state that you are now working it. Download the file and do your work. When you are done, note so in the comments and upload the file to Google Drive. If you do not rename it, the new file will automatically replace the old one. Use system text to indicate where your work starts and stops. You will also need to add your name to the composer list and the copyright statement in score properties.

I also need someone with a pro account to to upload the finished work to his/her profile and share it with this group and many others.
If someone wants to make a piano reduction for the symphony that would be great too.

If you don't know very much about modes, watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HJ5mBb9Pgo&t=374s

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Styles I can do

Sorry, I’m on iOS and it cuts off the post comment button in the other discussion.
Me:
Jazz
Orchestra
Piano ragtimes
Classical piano (occasionally)
Edm I can do, but I don’t usually because musescore ain’t great for it.
That’s basically what I can do, if you want me to do any other style I can, but probably not really well.

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Styles of Composing?

Before you begin requesting collabs make sure you state the styles of music you compose in!
You can then specify what styles you prefer your partners to have.

Me:
Modern (Contemporary), EDM, If you're not fussy at all, then I can do classical and Baroque, Jazz

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