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"Main Theme" From Super Smash Bros. Ultimate



Uploaded on Jun 18, 2018

A heavily edited orchestral version of Piano Psychopath's origional piano solo. https://musescore.com/user/1326006/scores/5132877 This is the main theme in the new Nintendo Switch game Super Smash Brothers. Ultimate revealed at E3 2018. I composed some parts (the unpitched percussion) and certain sections by myself. I used the piano solo for the melody and bass parts.
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(Finally finished as of 5:15 PM Chicago Time on July 20th 2018)
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**CREDITS**
~PianoPsychopath allowed me to use his original piano solo (link above) to create this
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tcYdPlH0gg&ab_channel=PianoPsychopath
~Telodor567 for uploading the actual song that I used to compose added melodies into the score that weren't on the original piano solo
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-70Tmxcf_2g
~Yoshi-MuseScore gave me some inspiration (more like taught me how to make) for some percussion parts, the string glissandos, and the bassoon solo
Musescore: https://musescore.com/user/2787306
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If I do anything to this score in the future, it will most likely revolve around changing the description or cleaning up the actual score and re-uploading it to Musescore.
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Thanks for listening! I hope you enjoy!

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Nintendo Switch Smash Smash Bros E3 Nintendo Switch Super Smash Bros Super Smash Brothers Super Smash Bros Ultimate Super Smash Brothers Ultimate Ultimate Orchestra Mario Pokemon Pikachu Link Zelda Samus Metroid Kirby Sonic Yoshi Fox PianoPsychopath

Pages 9
Duration 02:56
Measures 105
Key signature 1 sharp
Parts 44
Part names Piccolo, Flute(2), Oboe, Clarinet(5), Bassoon, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone(2), Tenor Saxophone(2), Baritone Saxophone, French Horn(2), Trumpet(3), Trombone(2), Tuba(2), Timpani, Percussion(9), Voice(4), Strings(4), Harp
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Oh God how does the trumpet play so high at measure 6?
what is that?! My highest would be like a double C! As in the third C in your Concert B Flat scale! OOF IM DED
Yeah that's my highest too. WAHT IS DAT NOTE.
No clue. I guess you'll need a super trumpet to play that 😂.
Wow, someone clearly had too much time on their hands! BTW sounds awsome!!! Also BTW, 6 FREAKING DAYS LEFT!!!!!!!!!!
Yeah I spent a lot of time during the summer making this. Thanks! Also, I can't wait until the release!
jesus christ i was not expecting this so soon
Sounds so good! There are a couple of errors in the rhythm. Listen to the original song and compare it to yours and you'll find them. Otherwise, very impressive!
I realize that there are some rhythm errors, but I haven't found the time to go back and change them as I have been focused on making other songs. I also wasn't that experienced with the Musescore software at the time. Thanks for the input!
Yeah, I can't wait for this game! Hopefully they will release more information in the future.
Impressive given how much time you took, only 4 days after the direct!
I didn't compose the song itself (PianoPsychopath did that). All I did was take his piano solo and edit it into a full orchestra with custom-composed unpitched percussion parts.
Thank you for letting me use this!
You're welcome! The song has been completed.
Nice. FYI, it is okay to put more than one note on an instrument that can play only one note at a time because there will be multiple people playing the same instrument in a real orchestra. However, if the notes are different for the entire song then you should keep it the way it is and make separate staffs for the same instruments.
Yeah. I wanted to write it by having one note per part on those instruments so it would be easier to identify the individual notes. (I'm a trombone player who has a hard time identifying treble clef) Thanks for the help though!
This is awesome so far. Though I think you used the marching snare drum rather than the concert one...
I used the marching snare because I thought that I might need some options (note wise) that weren’t available on the concert snare. I haven’t used them yet so I’ll probably change it back to the concert snare. Thanks though!

Edit: The score is finished, and the concert snare was used.
This sounds really good so far! Keep up the good work!