Hi, I'm new here and this is the first song I made. It sounds off so if anyone wants to edit it and make it sound better. Please by all means do so.
Here it is:
also check out my YouTube account (anthonyf51094) to see some other Zelda songs preformed by me!
This is an amazing melody from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. In the original version, it is played with a flute/ocarina-like instrument: the original can be found at http://www.imeem.com/popmusic3/music/_mCDg-c_/harry-potter-soundtrack-a-window-to-the-past/. It it tells you that you need to sign up, try typing "Harry Potter a Window to the Past Imeem MP3" into Google, click on the first link, and you should have it.
This is a beautiful song, and sounds perfect on Smule's Ocarina. Here's my version: The arrows divide the songs into sections; each arrow is the beginning of a new phrase. This i ... (more)
The song that amazed the nation with almost every type of music known to man. Its starts with the classic slow bit that we all know, going into only a line of the musical style, then the rock bit ending with the finale.
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This is my first score everr so i do apologize for any mistakes..loove this song, love the movie!
Pretty good! It's 1 of my favorites but there's 2 notes that I thought were missing so I just took your score (zephyrstarfields) and added them in so here's the link......I hope you like it!
Also if u wanna u can take my link I don't care :D
(Update) I added some notation to describe rests and note length.
Each line is one measure. This piece has 4/4 time.
16 characters per line, so each character has the length of a sixteenth note.
Rests are the blank boxes (#20)
Arrows describe how long a note should be played:
A note character followed by one arrow character is an eighth note
...a note followed by a line and an arrow is a dotted eighth note...
...a note followed by two lines and an arrow is a quarter note...etc.
This is my first time using the Score Generator. Hope you like this~ :)
Innocent â Laputa: Castle in the Sky Ending Theme [ :!: Please use the new link in the 3rd reply]
Since there are only 16 notes, some notes like C sharp and D in higher scale were replaced by the nearest notes. Over all, you can still feel the original melody.
[quote author=luona]This is my first time using the Score Generator. Hope you like this~ :)
Innocent â Laputa: Castle in the Sky Ending Theme
Since there are only 16 notes, some notes like C sharp and D in higher scale were replaced by the nearest notes. Over all, you can still feel the original melody.\[\/quote\]
After some study, I've found the perfect mode and root pitch to play this beautiful INNOCENT. I changed the mode to Dorian Mode, and used D as the root Pitch. It sounds as the original melody now~ :D :D
The link for the new score:
Made a couple of changes and added the second verse. Changes just make the first verse sound like the Copland recording I have... may not be true to the original melody...
Here is is played (badly) - http://ocarina.smule.com/my/ocarina/detail/Perk/323720/
It seemed like there was a bit missing, though. So seeing your version inspired me to do the ABC treatment on it -- I found an ABC version at the Open Hymnal Project (http://openhymnal.org/topicalt.html), removed the multiple voices to trim it down to just the melody, and ended up with this rendition of "Lasst Uns Erfreuen," a.k.a. "All Creatures of Our God and King":
The fingerings are identical to yours (though the key is different), but this version has a repeated two-measure sequence in the middle, and adds about six measures to the end that resolve it nicely.
[quote author=Northstar]Great effort, some notes missing though which is a shame because i adore this song. If anyone can add id be grateful (im not a composer or id try it myself)\[\/quote\]
I notice that you (and the other user that is likely you as well) tend to post about missing notes and wrong notes. I did find one missing note in this song based on the words that I sing to it, but it is not just a "great effort" - it's really a great job with the score.
I added the missing note (which is just a repeat of the note before it) and reorganized the song to width 9 so that it remains formatted in the e ... (more)
The tune and feel in Kakariko Village in TP always amzed me. I think it's a beautiful piece of art^^ And I think this is almost 100% correct. If not, let me know^^
Note: The first line is an octave to low, this because the song has a big range. I couldn't find a scale that had that kind of range and I think the Zeldarian scale is the only one that works well with this song.
Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!^^
And While I'm at it: Made one from Ocarina of Time to. The Owls song: