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Started by daj, August 11, 2017, 11:42:41 PM
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Quote from: swimswamit on August 12, 2017, 04:39:59 AMSo first dumb question! If there is a note with a sharp but no key for that note (i.e. The treble E note right here: ) do you always jump up to the exact next key, F in this case?
Quote from: WaluigiTime64 on August 12, 2017, 04:54:05 AMYes, that's correct. E# is the same as F. It's just written like that for certain situations. Similarly, Cb is B. After that there's double sharps and double flats but those probably won't be necessary right now lol. Have fun.
Quote from: MaestroUGC on August 19, 2015, 12:22:27 PMBraixen is a wonderful [insert gender] with beautiful [corresponding gender trait] and is just the darlingest at [stereotypical activity typically associated with said gender] you ever saw.
Quote from: Sebastian on August 12, 2017, 09:01:02 AMNow this is a topic that I like. Maybe we could get this pinned in the help topic?
Quote from: braixen1264 on August 12, 2017, 06:04:27 AMSo for your arrangement of national park, I've gotten the ascending portion of the cadenza down comfortably, but I can't figure out fingerings for the descending portion straight after.Halp?
Quote from: daj on August 12, 2017, 09:35:05 AMIf you'd like, I can dig out my old sheets of National Park and scan them for your reference! And hope this helped a little~
Quote from: braixen1264 on August 12, 2017, 07:44:43 PMThat would be amazing
Quote from: swimswamit on August 13, 2017, 06:06:21 AMAnyone have a recommendation for a sheet I could learn that's good for a new pianist but will help me progress some? I've kind of in a rut right now. I've been trying mimiga town but I can't get the left hand yet for the 2nd part and would like something to try on the side.Am a Pokemon and zelda fan (only really enjoy the older zelda music wind waker and before), super mario galaxy is great too but I think all of those are probably too hard.
Quote from: daj on August 13, 2017, 06:42:46 AMHonestly, when I checked up the sheet for "Mimiga Town", I laughed a bit. It's one of those sheets I'll look at and instantly give up. xD Too much counting, and it's not exactly feel-able.~If you're a Pokemon and Zelda fan, here's some stuff I've got, and if you'd like to keep it as un-intricate as possible:"Song of Healing" from Majora's MaskDefinitely. It's got a beautiful melody, and you don't even need to pedal to make it sound good. As long as you enjoy the melody and can count 3/4, I think you can nail this sheet and enjoy it "Story" from Minish CapAnother beautiful tune, and the left hand part will be tough at first, but the "bass note + chord" figuration is quite common in piano works, so it's very useful to work early. ^^ Plus, you can take your time and this will still sound amazing.Any Ocarina Tune from OoT :pThey're all quite nice to play! Plus, you could perform then in a series, which is cool "Pokemon League" from Pokemon DPPtI think this is an amazing sheet to pick up once you've mastered a few previous ones. It's technically quite simple, but musically challenging. If it's tough, cut notes from the chords and cut grace notes - it'll still sound quite okay. And hey, you probably know this tune <3"An Unwavering Heart" from Pokemon BWIt's quite challenging musically, and you need to plan the way you play the middle voices a bit, but it is absolutely beautiful once you nail it. Taught me a bunch of techniques like double chord spreads and "ghosting" notes, so it's really got a fair bit of musical depth. Notes are not that straightforward but fun to learn - probably won't hurt to cut the middle voice in the second section too ^^"Title Screen" from OoTDeku's arrangement is absolutely on-point and super awesome when you get it, but you need to pedal quite well and do some left-hand leaps. It's quite manageable at a slower and freer tempo though Hope that's enough suggestions to get you started! When you say you're a beginner, I'm assuming you mean you've played less than ten or so sheets, so I suggested the sheets that weren't that intricate over the ones that were actually easier to play in terms of hitting the notes. All the best for your learning! ^^
Quote from: swimswamit on August 19, 2017, 01:53:34 PMHow difficult is Littleroot Town? Just finished kakariko and was thinking of trying it.
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