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One of my favorite pieces from a video game and just begging to be played on an ocarina, this was both playing in the Oeilvert area of Final Fantasy IX, and was the song that played in the intro. This is my first attempt at making ocarina tabs, and I know one note is wrong, but I couldn't find a mode that included a natural B with all the sharps I needed.
The white spaces mostly I used to keep the score neat, and I didn't include arrows for all the pauses. If you don't know the song but want to play it, I'd suggest giving it a listen a few times first.
Lastly, I haven't heard this song in probabl ... (more)
Very simple little tune from one of the best games ever made. Chrono Trigger, even over 15 years after it's release is still in my top 5 favorite rpgs of all time.
Here's me playing it an octave higher for kicks.
White blocks are used for score spacing, box with arrow is one beat wait, arrow without box is two beat wait. Lines are divided mostly at long waits or where it was convenient. ^_^
this is my first sheet music for Ocarina.
1.the yellow means no holes covered (for those who don't use touch mode)
2.you can hold the last note as long as you want (I hold long enough to make it sound like a traditional song)
3.I <3 the show Inuyasha ^^
So I just watched a korean drama: Dae hang geum OST
and there was this catchy song...and so I tried to play it on my Ocarina...I call her *Cally*....
and Cally did it wonderfully *MEGUSTA*
thats why...check it out...
so if u do it right, it will sound like this: LISTEN:
Have fun with the ocarina :D
Oh forgot to tell, I have an IpodTouch, so I could just play in Touch-Mode, thats why it doesn't sound too good. Do it better than me with ur IPhone!!!
Have a nice day :D