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Taeyang (눈,코,입) Eyes Nose Lips Violin 1


Uploaded on May 30, 2016

Melody of Taeyang's "Eyes Nose Lips"
Took me a few months to transpose this
If shifting is too hard then you can play it one octave lower which would be a whole lot easier. Cheers
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Taeyang Violin Eyes Nose Lips

Pages 2
Duration 03:43
Measures 67
Key signature natural
Parts 1
Part names Violin
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Ill delete it when i finish my new song. my b.
This song is so good and pretty simple to play. Thank you for the lovely song!! 😊
And I love arranging songs by ear too
Nice job. Are you Korean cause I am and I love this song.
i always love your works. when i play it on my violin, it sounds amazingly accurate <3 . how do you make these music sheets? <3
I do most if not all my arrangements by ear. I can spend from around 2 to maybe 10 hours of sheet, even if it is just melodic because I try to make the most accurate sheet for people to play, and/or play along with a recording of the actual piece/song
that's amazing. i've tried to do it by ear, but it just too hard. how do you train to do it?
Honestly I never really trained at all. I do take a Music Theory class right now, but that hasn't really influenced any arrangements I do currently as I haven't done any in the last year or so. I first started with Bruno Mars songs to which I figured out because I had listened to them over and over again to the point where I was able to pluck the notes on a violin and gradually apply the memorized rhythm with the notes that I thought I heard and then relayed it with the actual recording. When I use to arrange a lot, as I said before, it would take about 2-10 hours because I wasn't as keen as putting it onto sheet as I could just play it on the violin. So I guess it was just a lot of guessing and figuring out how rhythms worked, then playing notes back and forth with a recording.
splendid. thank you for your kind explanation. I might as well try to sheet music by ear also. Keep up your excellent work :))
Good luck! It's a long process (hopefully not) but its really fun once you finish. I would recommend to heavily utilize the playback feature to make sure it sounds correct to you, otherwise you might be off like a beat or more and may have to re-do the incorrect parts which is super arduous once you get into a flow. I believe you'll be fine though, and send me a link once you're finished! -LD
Send me the final product! ;)
I was going to transpose this song for flute, until I realized that the flute and violin parts are the same. Thank you for this!!
No problem! Thanks for checking this out!