Looking for feedback on two interesting pieces I wrote

Hey guys! I’m looking for feedback on two pieces I wrote, both of which are very modern, unique, and my best pieces in my opinion. The two pieces are very different: one of them is a long piece for concert wind ensemble, and the other is a short lament written for just three strings. Anyways, I’d really appreciate any comments on these, and the links to them below. If you like what you hear, feel free to listen to or comment on my other music, as well:



Thank you! Have a great day!

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2 months ago


When you guys make music, do you follow any rules? Or does it just flow naturally? I'm completely stuck with what to do. I don't think I know the first thing about music. If someone could educate me, I'd appreciate it a lot. Thanks.

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3 months ago


If you are a non-pro user but wish to be given the chance to have a pro account, this is the comp for you!
for further info, go to this link: 
Follow the guidelines under the "ABOUT" section. I have also added it in the discussion section, as well as instrumentation and what not. If you e-mail the account I have listed in the discussion, you will receive a PDF oputlining further instructions and requirements! Only for NON-PRO USERS ONLY
Hope to see you there :)

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4 months ago

Here's the first 3 bars, you write some more! - Challenge

Not official discussion thread.
Anyone ever done one of those three word story things where one person gives 3 words, then the next dude gives 3 words and so on?
I thought I'd try that with music! So I've written the first three bars. You download the latest version from here: https://musescore.com/groups/musescore-composers/discuss/4503586 , Add your original three bars to it, post the whole thing on your account, then give the link to it in the discussion ( https://musescore.com/groups/musescore-composers/discuss/4503586 ). Then I will update the score here to the latest version, but because I can't be on musescore 24/7, it's unlikely that what's here is the latest version. So when you add your bit, make sure you check the official discussion version before you start writing. so...
Here's my start:

1. If you want to compete then do! The more people the better!
2. When you add bars, get the latest version off the official discussion.
4. Try and make it flow from what's come before.
5. Put your name/username above your three bars.
6. when you upload, don't just upload your new bars, but the whole thing up to that!!!!!!!
7. POST THE LINK IN THE OFFICIAL DISCUSSION! NOT THIS ONE - POST IT HERE: https://musescore.com/groups/musescore-composers/discuss/4503586

Think that's all - Have fun!

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a year ago


Hello! My name is Josiah and I am a new member of your group. I had just finished composing a percussion ensemble called Alien Invasion. I want to see how you guys think about it

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a year ago

New song need help

Okay. SO, I'm writing a new song. I'm mostly writing in parts for Piano, Acoustic Guitar, and the double bass/contrabass/upright bass, but I'm open to suggestions. I don't know what all I'm going to do, but I DO know that I'm starting with the repeated part of Nothing Else Matters by Metallica and I know I'm going to have Angel by Theory of a Deadman in there. I'm going to have bits and pieces of other songs too, but I need help writing a transition from Nothing Else Matters to Angel. Any ideas? I mostly need melodical help

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Of Etiquette

So after being on Musescore for 18 weeks, 3 days, I’ve noticed a couple things that the average user should apply, to make everyone’s time on Musescore enjoyable and productive.
First of all, the system is rigged for “pro users.” In a random selection of 27 pros, the average number of followers was 220, when a similar sample of well-known non-pro-users turned up none with even 200 followers, 10% below the AVERAGE of the “pros.” Now, a case can be made that non-pro-users are not as committed composers, therefore not being as good. However, a composer’s piece seems to be legitimized if that little pro icon is down by the user’s name. Musescore users, especially pros, should not be prejudiced by not looking at a certain composer’s material if that user is not a pro.
So here’s my solution to this problem: be courteous. That’s all. There should be some etiquette that gets applied. Here is my list for how EVERY user should treat every other Musescore user:
I – if a user follows you, check out their music. You may be surprised with what you hear.
II – if a user favorites a work of yours, check out their music. If they like your music, it shows that you have similar tastes.
III – if a user comments on a piece of yours, check out their music. If they took the time to listen to a piece of yours, they deserve your respect for being a good audience.
Now, this list is not comprehensive. Just be courteous, and do what you would want others to do to you. The golden rule is key here.
I hope that those who read this pay attention to it, and take it to heart. There are so many great non-pro-users who don’t get the recognition they deserve, simply because they are not a pro user.

Thanks for reading this rant. :)

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a year ago

Musescore World Championships 2016

Hi there,
Nightreader here.
Hey, so somehow I've become the main judge of a competition called the Musescore World Championships. It looks like it'll be an amazing competition, with 70+ entries into the 10-11 categories already :)
All you have to do is post up to 3 of your scores in as many of the categories as you want, and you're entered :)
The competition closes on the 1st of August, so you have plenty of time to enter :)
https://musescore.com/groups/musescore-world-championship ~ if you are interested :)

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War of the Planets movement 2

Hello musescore community! If you have a couple of minutes, please check out my piece titled War of the Planets movement 2. I was inspired by Mahler's Adagietto and I felt the need to compose something of my own. Commenting and critiquing is encouraged!

Also, if anyone can turn this piece into an mp3 file with a realistic soundfont (or something better than the standard musescore soundfont), I would appreciate that very much! I hope you all enjoy.

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2 years ago

Copyright Issues Need Help

Can anyone help me out? My pokemon red/blue medley was removed because of copyright infrangment.

Does anyone have a copy of the score? I really want to have it back. If you do have it you can repost it temporarily so I can download it again and thank you.

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2 years ago