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  1. It took me forever to write PRO LEVEL literature, but with this handy dandy WORD PACK you can use PRO LEVEL WORDS in your writing. Just copy and paste these PRO LEVEL WORDS into your stories to make them PRO LEVEL. I wrote this comment entirely using PRO LEVEL WORDS from our PRO LEVEL WORD PACK. My comment is now PRO LEVEL
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  3. When I heard this I was left wondering if you'd heard the same amusing anecdote about Shostakovich that I'd first heard in my university days. Stalin and Shostakovich obviously had no love for each other, and so as the story goes, Stalin asked Shostakovich to do something impossible in order to give him an excuse to deport him to Siberia - compose a new symphony for a state occasion with a day's notice. Knowing this was impossible, Shostakovich was completely frantic. In desperation, he asked his trusted copyist to run down to the library, find a symphony by an obscure composer no one had ever heard of before, and transcribe it backwards. The faithful copyist obliged. The next day, a smug Shostakovich sat in the audience awaiting the premiere of his "new work." Imagine his horror when the orchestra began playing the opening of Beethoven's 5th symphony... Now, amusing as it is, of course the anecdote falls apart as soon as it mentions Stalin looking for a reason to deport someone. He never needed a reason for anything.
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  4. I know that you're ridiculing plagiarism on the forum...but... I actually loved that it's so much fun! Please continue it. aMC
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  5. Is that some new gangsta rapper or something?
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  6. that's why we've had to resort to using $ signs in place of s's: a$$a$$inated. 😂
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  7. HA! .....All I recall is Bartok's Concerto for Orchestra deriding Shostakovich's 5th Symphony. In my early teens I could never understand why Shostakovich would write such a corny piece until I found out about Russian commie music. I sometimes wonder if the woke hard left got in power in the UK would a similar thing happen? Someone forced to write a Symphony on the tune of "the working cla-a-donkey/ can kiss my a-r*** / I've got the leader's chair at last.... NO-O-O! That wasn't what I typed. I typed "the working cla-a-ass / can kiss my donkey..." Well you know what I mean. Where do donkeys come into it? I mean imagine a word like assassinate: Stalin has been donkeydonkeyinated. WOW! Jeez, the AI round here isn't particularly 'I', is it?
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  8. lmao, why would you post this on a forum where people literally compose music , no one here is gonna buy your "sample pack"
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  9. I composed this pater noster for italian mezzosoprano Patrizia Iervolino. She record this with Fabio Nesbeda plays the piano part. Soon I will Post the score.
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  10. An attempt at writing a piece for a large ensemble more out of my comfort zone, feedback appreciated!The Dance of Dragons.mp3
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  11. He would have gotten away with it too, if it hadn't been for those meddling music-recognizers!!
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  12. tried to use a lot of fourths since I mainly think in thirds. Idk if that makes sense.
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  13. also thank u for such a thoughtful response, feel like I didnt say how much I appreciate it.
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  14. I like it! I would say my only gripe is that the harmony when the choir comes in might be a bit too loud in dynamics, but I like it all the same. This is Hollywood Orchestra, right?
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  15. As an exercise that really is excellent. It's a fanfare in its own right. Came over as triumphal. Very engaging harmony. gives the impression of pushing forward. Bright and airy. Great.
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  16. Well, it's pleasant, easy listening. Nice tame dragons. Dividing it into sections was good because the harmonic rhythm rarely varied from Ia Vb IVb or VIa Va IVa as far as I could hear so 6 minutes + without a break would have been too much. I felt the density of the backing obscured separate instrumental lines that were apparent here and there (not the guitar of course but that wasn't part of the backing. The guitar and piano worked well together in dialogue. Well done.
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  18. counter lack of intelligence
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  19. Um... it's nice and all, but I'm pretty sure this is plagiarism of a work by DailyDuo, formerly known as DoYourDailyDuo... I believe this is from his "but it's in the public domain" phase.
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  21. Hi everyone! I wanted to share this piece that I wrote called "Enchanted Forest", isnpired by the music for fantasy games. I wanted to describe a dangerous walk through an enchanted forest. I chose to represent that by having the melody and the harmony not stay in one key, but rather switch between different keys and modes, as if the melody "got lost" in the forest. Any feedback on everything (from composition to mixing and mastering) is appreciated!
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  22. Fantastic melody! In the best traditions of Simply Red, Sting, Sade but with it's own vibe! Thank you Aled! P.s. it reminds me of Foals too (https://musescore.com/user/35323819/scores/6188418)
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  23. You should be proud of this. This is really quite pretty. The soloist you wrote for is also quite talented. Usually I am really wary of piano arpeggios because of the marketing MK-ULTRA assault campaign, but here they work nicely with the voice. The main criticism I have isn't a compositional or performance one: its a mixing one. The piano is really difficult to hear. I don't mind the scratchiness at all but the bass cleff is really buried. It gets an 8 / 8
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  24. Hey all, this is kind of a dream pop/rock sort of song I wrote. Let me know what you think and cheers
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