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Intermission - Blur

1 part7 pages02:14a year ago471 views
Piano
I love this song; so I decided to arrange it for piano. Hopefully its still possible to play, and I think this is the only sheet music of it. (Well, I couldn't find any that weren't black midis.)

"I moved."

I Need Your Love

9 parts110 pages04:41a year ago442 views
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Synthesizer(2), Bass, Strings, Piano, Guitar, Percussion
From Initial D.

For when the Shingo Points go off the charts.

Created entirely by ear.


Note: People have been taking the midi of Deja Vu that I made a while ago, and have been using it without permission, or claiming it as their own. PLEASE don't do that.

Here, listen for yourself:

(No Credit Given) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-hDp3N68bE


There's morse code in it at the beginning somewhere if you try to steal it.

'Deja Vu' from Initial D

8 parts83 pages04:20a year ago10,580 views
Piano(2), Synthesizer, Guitar, Brass Ensemble, Tenor Saxophone, Percussion, Strings
Yeah, I did this. Don't expect it to be playable.

Expect more Eurobeat and stuff soon.
You can actually request stuff, you know.

Seriously though, EXPECT MORE INITIAL D. I've got tonnes of songs up my sleeve.

-cwTobby

'Sono Chi No Sadame', from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

1 part4 pages01:28a year ago3,406 views
Piano
Hey peeps.

Here's a little piano piece from JoJo.
Arranged by ear.
Hilariously, I didn't even need to listen to the song while making it.
Well, that tastes like a lie, I did need it for the key signature.

EVERYTHING ELSE WAS BY EAR, OK?!


So ka.


SO-NO CHI NO SA-DA-ME!

...

JOOOOoOOOOOOOOOOoooOooooooo JOOOOoo!

Sonatina - Preludio - Fanfare, by Sonny Chua

1 part7 pages03:44a year ago160 views
Piano
Ok, so this is a piece I'm learning on piano at the moment.
It's ridiculously hard, so I created this so I know what it's supposed to sound like (I usually play by ear).

Since it's a really good song, and I can't find any midis or anything of it, I decide to make this.
Go nuts.
Note that the bass clef double-octave chords are supposed to be played with both hands. I just made them really-long-breves so it actually sounded right.

If you decide to play this, and you're in Australia, this is apparently above an AMEB 8 grade piece (I was told this), so yeah. Good luck.