Yann Tiersen - Comptine D'un Autre Été | L'après Midi

Uploaded on Jun 3, 2015

Yann Tiersen Yann Tiersen Comptine D'un Autre Été L'après Midi Comptine amélie piano

Pages 5
Duration 03:53
Measures 73
Key signature 1 sharp
Parts 1
Part names Piano
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if you want it to be slower jalapeno cookie you just have to pik metronome 50
playing this for a piano competition
I could play it before i saw this, it is greaaat
It says piano and clarinet?? where is the clarinet part??
Click on "download" and than you got serveral options, one of which is "view a pdf and print", where your browser will open the sheet music and you just have to press Controle+P to get in your printers menu. Have fun. :)
At bar 71 the left hand becomes swing
I love it and easy to play coz it's always the same with the left hand :))
it says for piano and clarinet but I don't see a clarinet part?
Thanks a lot for the upload!!
I just love the way this has been played, brought me almost to tears.
You do know that the playing is automated? This wasn't recorded but the website is reading the score and playing it.
ahahah yeah that made me laugh so hard, there is no sentiments in this records cause its robotic xd. The sentiments are on the melody tho
Oh man, I think Tom Pepe played this for one of his songs - PickmEaPartE, darn right I'm gonna play this that's one of my favorite songs
Great piece. Not too hard, but sounds great.
Just begun to worked on this piece but i don't know how to know if the note is flat or not... Can someone help ? Thanks a lot !
the key signature will tell you which notes to play sharp/flat. the key is in g, meaning that every F you play for the whole piece will be sharp. if any note has a sharp or flat on it that isn't in the key signature is called an accidental, but I don't this piece has any accidentals (only F's will be sharp, everything else will be played as it reads)
Actually the key is E minor, you can tell from the chord sequence as it uses e g and b as the first chord in the right hand section even though it doesn't add d sharp
Beautifully played. I'm learning this myself and its great to hear it so well played. Gives me inspiration
You're praising an automated software?
Our french exchange student taught this song to my brother three years ago, and he can still play it. He forgot the name, and now he's at collage so he can't show me. I finally found it today, and I am unbelievably happy.
Try adding a decrescendo measures 70-73, though.
I discovered this song yesterday, went searching for sheet music, and here it is! I've downloaded the sheet and my new goal is to be good enough to play this wonderful song. Thank you for posting this.
its 4/4.
where ive marked is an example of it. you know how there are four semiquavers in a crochet, well there are four crochets in this bar, thus it is 4/4.
(i wasnt presuming that you didnt know by the way, i was just explaining how i knew to cancel out any further speculation :D)
Great work, but I think the song should be a little slower