Music Composers Unite!
Ok, so recently I write down everything that pops up into my head. Here is a little miniature I wrote for oboe&piano-for beginners. What do you think-should I add more parts to it, do you think it is too short, should it be more wholesome? I tried to write it as a part of "clasicism" section. Any suggestions and comments would be most welcome! :)
Here is sheet music of it:…Continue
I have been writing music for a few years now. I have grown confident in writing for choirs, but still feel unsure for whenever I start writing for other ensambles.Usually when I start I think of a theme and then develope it in my head. I usually don't think much of what shape it should be and stuff like that, I just evolve it as it goes. Some say it doesn't have much sense if I attempt to write more modern pieces, those who don't like that kind of music say it's worthless and in the end I…Continue
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Added by Tim Miles (Faber Music) on October 3, 2011 at 10:27am — No Comments
“Nothing will work unless you do”
Maya Angelou quote.
This is to composers, writers, lyricists and music producers who are doing too much thinking, contemplating, dreaming, over planning, and yes, too much talking. I realized this when I completed a musical project around 6 to 9 months later than I should of. The joy of completing a project…Continue
Added by Adrian Ellis on February 6, 2009 at 10:00am — No Comments