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Started by daj, August 11, 2017, 11:42:41 PM
Quote from: InsigTurtle on August 20, 2017, 09:22:19 PMOkie, so this will be a classical (post-romantic actually) question. I know daj doesn't like Rach, but, anyway:
QuoteThis part is perhaps the easiest part of the entire piece, which... ain't fun. But, this part gives me trouble in particular because of the awkward chords. Any alternate fingerings would be appreciated, since the ones I've found mean I can't hold the tied notes or do the legato properly.
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Quote from: braixen1264 on August 25, 2017, 11:22:14 PMEver tried some of daj's sheets? ;phttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfH-Yiby-dMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Q0zfeJsANYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSrl3PJq6W0
Quote from: braixen1264 on August 26, 2017, 05:49:55 AMseen and tried are different things
Quote from: daj on August 26, 2017, 07:36:26 AMahaha braix you're the best! <3 and i do like to believe sheets are generally easier to play than they look Anyway! If you asked me to suggest my DPPt stuff, I'd more or less suggest these. As you said yourself, they're not easy per se, but they are the most reduced form of those tracks I could think of. Just some extra pointers and technical shortcuts:~Snowpoint City:What the sheet hides is that you need to pedal quite well to make the music kinda-work, and there's a bit of challenging inner-voicing. I'd rank this around the top of the most musically challenging of my sheets, actually.That said, it's not that tough to play the notes at a comfortable tempo. So if you'd like to learn this, it'll be one of those sheets you might revisit after some time, once you've acquired more musical skills ^^~Route 209:This is my personal favourite sheet that I did. Not even going to lie here. And if you're learning this, there's lots of resources ready to help you (sheet music video, live cover with score, an album recording)! ^^What makes this sheet tough is that there are LOTS of moderate-difficulty technical elements to learn. Left-hand double-voicing, staccato chords, some weird counting shenanigans too. But on the whole, it's not that tough - it'll just take some time to learn. So if you're willing to commit to this, firstly I'll be humbled and love you so much, and secondly I've actually helped a bunch of people through this sheet, so I know how to teach/guide the technical bits quite well - you'll be well-armed with guidance, but you'll need to put in a bit of effort~~Canalave City:Pedalling in this sheet is a little tough, but for the first section, playing the notes shouldn't be too big of a challenge The second section, though, is one of the parts I spent the most time working through when I was recording this track for the album. I like to think that you can feel the rhythms once you count it a few times, but it gets hard to count at times. I suppose you could play the rhythm quite freely and cut the right hand notes to only the top line though - that should make things easier ^^If you do a sheet of mine, feel free to ask for technical advice - I've played through all of them, so I think I can help a little more than usual if you're stuck That said! I think DPPt, while it is beautiful and deep as hell, it is also one of the most unfriendly soundtracks for both arrangers and performers. Very few pieces aren't rhythmically complex (thus the League theme stands out beautifully <3), so as a pianist you might find it tough to get easy-ish DPPt arrangements - I've tried my best on my channel ahaha~I'd like to also suggest some other DPPt arrangements that I've tried! ^^ These are quite tough, but maybe they're in a style that I found tough and you might find easier. On NSM we have:"Route 201", arr. Latios212I found it hard to play the notes, but I have tiny hands. If tenths aren't too much of a stretchfor you, this should be okay "Decisive Battle (Pokemon League), arr. ZeilaI'm not sure if this one's on-site yet, but it is bloody fun to play and not too tough if you bring down the tempo a little or cut the octaves to single notes (just hit harder, choose the bass notes xD)."Spear Pillar", forgot who arranged this xDIn the same vein as Decisive Battle, except it's really quite learnable, pretty fun if you get into the whole destroying-the-world feel."Floaroma Town", arr. Dr PamplemouseThis one kinda pushes it. It's not exactly easy, I suppose, and it has five flats, so unless you're familiar with D-flat major it might be hard to learn. I think it's one of those old sheets too? Hope this helps, all the best
Quote from: Dudeman on February 22, 2016, 10:16:37 AMwho needs education when you can have WAIFUS!!!!!
Quote from: braixen1264 on August 26, 2017, 06:25:34 PMI think a lot of things you might think are impossible for you can probably just be done by putting in enough practice; whatever it is you want to learn, I'd say try giving it a few practice sessions before deciding whether it's impossible or notBesides, if you're too scared to play anything besides things that you're confident are in your skill level, you might not make it very far.
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