Going from an intro posted by Josh McGee
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I have been playing the piano for 2 years now and I am rather good at it, I have mostly been learning recently and only been playing songs like the Fray: how to save a life, among other popular songs today, but only recently have I been starting to Create my own music. I honestly don't know a lot of the terminology for composing music, but I came up with this amazing intro and I don't know where to go with it. I was hoping for some reference material some books videos or anything to help me learn to take an intro and go from there to turn it into a beautiful score. Anything will help, And I apologize if this is the wrong forum for this question, I am new here. Thank you for any help
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On January 24, 2016 Josh McGee wrote:
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