Battle of the Heroes MVO (Incomplete) UPDATE 3

Uploaded on Sep 29, 2015

Hey guys, here is the almost finished battle of the heroes!
Look over your parts, and leave any questions you have in the comments!

added more measures
changed euph to tenor clef
slightly slower
changed flute octaves

more measures
minor tweaks

Star Wars Battle of the Heroes Musescore Virtual Orchestra MVO John Williams Revenge of the Sith Star Wars Episode 3 Star Wars Episode III Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Star Wars Battle Heroes Musescore Virtual Orchestra John Williams Obi-Wan

Pages 14
Duration 03:13
Measures 114
Key signature natural
Parts 23
Part names Flute, Piccolo, Oboe, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, French Horn, Trumpet(2), Trombone(2), Tuba(2), Timpani, Percussion(5), Strings(3)
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Can you tone down the reverb just a tad bit? nice work wow
Where are the violas? Otherwise an excellent arrangement
John Williams is Genius. This arrangement does the original justice. Good work! I'll be looking out for the finished product. :)
(P.S. Anyone else agree that Episode III was only 'bad' because of how it compared to the originals?)
I think that the soundtrack in episode III was AMAZING. John Williams can do no wrong!!! XD about the movie... The acting was bad. I think the story was too complex. and Jar Jar was a total joke. way too much CGI. This is my personal opinion on the movie. you can hate me for it if u want.
When will this be completed?
Love it by the way
It's awesome... Coooooooool...
If u want the complete one, I have it for 2 pianos...
You can check it out and complete this great thing...
In how long will this be finished? I'm so excited to play it!
Sorry, I haven't been working on it that much due to school haha. Eventually though :)
One critism the euphonium part normal in his music is a mix of trumpet tromnone and bsss notes
Yeah, euph wasn't in the original score so I had to fit it in with already existing parts
Oh, were you going to complete the ending? I can still finish it if you want, or I can send you a PDF of the last few pages of the score I have been transcribing from. It is really poor quality though so you kinda have to squint and sometimes it is hard to tell what note it is.
No iwas going to cover the euphonium lart
Could you make an arrangement for "Anakni's Betrayal"
Sorry, I'm not taking requests haha, but I'm flattered that you would ask :)
Great flute part, couldn't ask for more! And the arrangment is great!
Bass part looks great!
I don't have a C-Extension, will that be a problem? I could tune down too, but that's not so good for the strings.
Can't wait for the finished product!
I believe that there are parenthesis surrounding the notes that are optional due to being too low. If you would like to use auto tune or a pitch shifting thingy while editing to make it an octave lower you can, but if you do I would prefer 2 recordings, one regular and one including the notes that are an octave lower so we can get the full bass-y effect. Please don't tune down your strings IRL, I wouldn't want them to get damaged :P
Those are some pretty high notes in the flute part in measures 68-70. Can we bring those couple of measures down an octave and let the piccolo take care of it since it's already playing it? For me it's pretty hard hitting those notes especially B7 and C7. Db7 is a whole other story because I don't even know the fingering for it. Unless shahvardaan can hit them, can you take out the really high notes and just keep the notes that are an octave below?
Other than that it sounds really awesome! I can't wait till you finish it ^_^
Actually, even though I have not looked at the score, I can hit those notes when they are somewhat slow. I warn you though, it WILL be out o tune.
Well...it's a great arrangement and all, but...wow that clarinet part is hard.
yeah... williams is a dick. This is actually what the 3rd clarinets played :(
Any ideas on how to water it down?
Well, you COULD double the length of each note (and cut some out, obviously), compromise on some chord-related things but make it more playable. Otherwise, you could slow the whole piece down, but that probably wouldn't sound too good. Or I could go full ninja and learn the part while juggling college applications and boat-loads of schoolwork, but I'll save that for another day.
Yeah, I was planning on slowing it down already! The sheets I found said 96, but the recording is more of a 90, I'll also make the ostianato runs easier
I leave the clarinet section :p
No tc euph?
whoops, I'll change it once I upload the full one
I have never ever before seen a euph. part in alto clef xD
I meant treble clef xD
But it's okay, I can't use the baritone anymore (sadly)
Fun fact! If you remove two flats from the key signature in tenor clef, it reads the same as Bb treble clef!