I'm Phia and I'm the new owner of this group.
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I’m wondering if anyone knows how to incorporate a bend on the guitar, I’m trying to get a smooth transition between a half step and so far I haven’t been able to produce this effect.
Last year I did a competition for non-pro users in which the winner received a pro account for a month as well as a few other things.
I am starting up the competition again!
So if you are a non-pro user that would like a pro account, please head to this link:
There will be a discussion (the only one in the group) that will tell you what you need to do in order to enter.
If you won in the previous competition, you will not be allowed to enter into the competition again. If you previously entered but didn't win you are more than welcome to go again this year!
Hope to see some submissions soon!!
This is Part 3 of Beyond. Check it out! Recommend you look at part 1 and part 2 first if you have not already
So, earlier today I posted my first try at transcribing a song.
Here's a link to my score:
And the original piece for reference:
Any advice would be very appreciated.
Hi there, I'm looking for feedback on my composition for a piano quintet. Obviously with regards to quality, but more specifically also on the playability. It's all very easy stuff, but I'm afraid maybe some parts are impossible or awkward to play. Please check it out at
So... This petite piece
has it's inspiration from a little musical sketch I made with the melody a few days ago (16/05/2019). This also marks the first official try at the mazurek (mazurka), although, it is inspired from Chopin's mazurkas, I have not modeled anything except the introduction after his composition. So, if anyone knows the form better than I, and see idiosyncratic things here on the score, then please don't hesitate to point them out for me, as I still have much to learn.
I am a bit unsure if I should change the key to g minor or c# minor, As both those keys also have ties with the piece, however, I don't know if it would be harder to read that way and besides the piece is also so chromatic and harmonically weird that I don't dare to put any # or b in there yet. So, right now it's in A minor. If you have some insight on this issue, please let me know! :)
Edit: Some small improvements have been made. Shoutout to @JustisB for helping me, by providing insightful suggestions and feedback.
So I was challenged by a teacher to write something in sonata form as we had worked with that. This is the result. What are your thought about it?
Hello, I deleted my old account (facebook) and created this one. I also uploaded my Op.1 No.1 Waltz here if anyone wants to view it. It's been updated a lot by the way, it isn't just a re-upload.
I have arranged Piano Sonata K 545 for a string quartet. It only took me 2 hours to arrange the entire first movement. The last time I have made an arrangement this quick was when I arranged The Four Seasons for a flute and piano duet. All my other arrangements have taken days to months to complete.
I only have the first movement of K 545 finished so far but if it took 2 hours to arrange the first movement(which is by far the most complex movement of the sonata), then it shouldn't take all that much longer to arrange the second and third movements. Maybe I will even get the sonata arrangement finished by tonight.
I would like some feedback on my arrangement for string quartet. Here is the link: