Blue Goose Rag

1 part3 pages02:387 months ago170 views
A really great piece of ragtime music, transcribed from a performance by Frank LiVolsi. Plenty of flair, and just a hint of swing, make the arrangement really stand on its own.

Written by Charles L. Johnson in 1916, under the name "Raymond Birch." Originally written in the key of C.

Inkwell Isle

1 part5 pages03:01a year ago8,280 views
A fun, bouncy piece of ragtime from the 2017 hate-generator, Cuphead. The left hand gets pretty jumpy at certain points, but this is possible to play.

While each section has repeats, I chose to write the repeats out as they typically had some type of variation, such as being an octave off, or having the left-hand "boom"s be an octave lower.

I wrote this instead of facing Honeycomb Herald again.

Mad Dummy

8 parts10 pages02:34a year ago548 views
Trumpet, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Guitar, Piano, Bass, Percussion
Written for jazz band and probably impractical for at least one instrument, here's the best song in Undertale. Probably best as a mid-show piece, with the relatively tame opening and ending.

Try not to run out of knives.

Soldier of Dance

1 part1 page01:08a year ago5,193 views
Song from the Kazotsky Kick taunt in Team Fortress 2.

Did I keep it simple? No. But is it playable? Also no.

For best results, play in Moscow.