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It is indeed the thunder version.
It's this way because
Head of the church turns into an uncontrollable manakete and makes all the people who had her blood to get powers do the same and then you fight them. This is also the reason for the musical reference to gazing at sirius around the 2 minute mark.

Wow, a .tk  sheet. How many of those are left?

I mean it's his 4th variation at this point. The only thing that really changed over the years was the instrumentation.


This has been heavily revised multiple times and is now, after 4 years, in a submittable state.

Request / Re: [PC] Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Multiple songs
« on: September 04, 2019, 04:12:48 AM »
I'm not sure I'll ever finish life.  :P
I got a bit done, and I need to arrange something else for a while.
I finished it

Umineko When They Cry Chiru
[midi] [.mus] [.musx] [PDF]

I'm not sure I'll ever finish life.  :P
I got a bit done, and I need to arrange something else for a while.

5 years after I gave up on arranging this song for understandable reasons, I decided to finish it. And what an arrangement this is. I sincerely apologize to anyone who murders their hands trying to play it.

Umineko When They Cry Chiru
[midi] [.mus] [.musx] [PDF]

where do you even find these songs in the first place

edit: and why are they always so good

Fantastic arrangement. I only have one suggestion: have you considered an 8vb for the LH in m22-37? It would make it much, much easier to sightread.

Address this and I approve

A few things:

m1 primo LH - It's easier to show than say so here's what i hear:

m5-6 primo LH

Both of these apply in m11 and m25-16

I suggest writing m35 like this to have all the notes, as there is a 3rd voice that only plays on the notes you have accented

If a slur ends on a tied note, it is common convention to end it with the final note. For example, in m37, you have  a slur that starts on beat 3.5 and ends on beat 4. However, notation convention dictates that the slur include the dotted half note in the next measure. Do this for the rest of the slurs in that section. the only exception to this rule may be grace note slurs but don't quote me on that.

M9 is actually the same as m1, just like m13 is like m5.

everything else is fixed. I really should have triple checked for issues in the stuff I just wrote in ....

Concerning m12 - The note is actually a C#. I left it out intentionally as it either muddies the melody in a way not present in the original or sounds really out of place if it drops an octave.

I took out the slurs and staccatos, but I want the notes in as present. For me, it's one of the more distinctive parts of the song and the phrase I remembered it by when playing the game.

C# added in m1 and m19 was changed.

files updated

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