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I'm using Chrome on an Android smartphone, and I loaded my Notifications page earlier today. Several minutes later, I still get a spinning blue circle instead of any results. This persists when I reload the page. Does the new formatting (more prominent "settings" link, etc.) have anything to do with it?
This user has came onto my score and threatened me, bully me, and harass me because I posted a band arrangement of a song off the internet. I'm pretty sure that this should not be allowed and that this needs to be addressed immediately. Users like this makes the music committee look bad and causes people to be discouraged to post anything on the music platform without being sharked about what their score is. His profile page is: https://musescore.com/zordornak This went on a span for at least 2 weeks with constant written threats and bullying.
Now, I'm thinking about the second movement of my suite. This one I know I want to have represent windy weather.If you look at the structure of the Suite as a whole, it makes sense. Here is the structure:First Movement - Sunny Weather - G major - String Quartet + Piano - Ternary formSecond movement - Windy Weather - D minor - Flute + Piano - Form unknownThird Movement - Cloudy Weather - G minor - Unknown instrumentation - Form unknownFourth Movement - Storm - C minor - Piano solo - Form unknown - Interlude afterwardsFifth Movement - Snow - Bb major - Flute + String Quartet - Form unknownSixth Movement - Rain - E minor - Instrumentation unknown - Form unknownSeventh Movement - Rainbow - G major - All the instruments that have played in previous movements - Sonata formAs you can probably tell from this alone, the second and third movements serve to bring in the fourth movement, the most intense movement of the entire suite. I was even thinking of having the third movement end on a diminished 7th to really bring the point home that all this is leading to the most intense movement of the suite. To get across the windy feel of the second movement, I was thinking of doing these things:Increase the tempo from Moderato to AllegroAdd the flute, since it is a woodwind instrument that is easy to play fast scalar passages onGet rid of the strings entirely or at least the violins so that the flute isn't overwhelmedMake the melody inherently chaotic, like the windUse a lot of 16th notes to keep the momentum goingGround this melodic chaos with harmonies that make sense both in relation to the melody and the keyThe easiest way I know of to make the melody sound chaotic is to have the flute play 12 tone rows. But that makes it hard to harmonize in a way that makes sense with the key of D minor. I mean, here are the harmonizations that make sense for each of the chromatic pitches in D minor:C - C major or C minor, F majorC# - C#° or C#°7, A or A7Db - E°7?D - D minor, G minor or G major, Bb majorEb - C minorD# - What the?E - C major, A or A7, C#° or C#°7, E°7F - D minor, F major, Bb majorF# - D7?Gb - What the?G - G minor, C minor or C major, E°7G# - What the?Ab - F minor?A - A or A7, D minor, F major, A minorA# - Um, Bb major?Bb - Bb major, G minorB - G major?As you can see, most of these notes, I am able to harmonize with either diatonic harmony or not all that many alterations to a diatonic chord. But a few notes just seem too weird if I go the 12 tone route. I mean, how would you harmonize a D# if it showed up suddenly in a D minor piece? It is just so weird of a note to harmonize in D minor. And there is 1 note that in its sharp form seems weird to harmonize but in its flat form is very easy to harmonize and is native to the key. Yep, it is that Bb/A# enharmonic equivalence. So if 12 tone composition is going to lead to extremely weird harmonies if I try to stick to the key of D minor, how else can I get across melodic chaos without relying on 12 tone composition(besides, 12 tone serialism isn't my thing, nor is any other form of atonality). If I use scales such as here:or here:Which coincidentally, both of those pieces are in A minor. But anyway, if I use scales to get all 12 notes in the octave, is my melody really chaotic in nature? I mean sure, it is chromaticism, but it is ordered chromaticism. In other words, there isn't really any chaos, is there if I rely on the chromatic scale? 12 tone composition and the chromatic scale are like opposite ends of the melodic chaos spectrum.Chromatic scales are easy to harmonize but are ordered, not chaotic. 12 tone composition is hard to harmonize within a single tonality, but is as melodically chaotic as possible. What I need is some sort of middle ground between these 2, melodically chaotic, but at the same time, easy to harmonize. Is there anything I can do that will achieve both of these things?