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Looks much better!
Thank you for your suggestions!

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Thank you!
I did everything

Meas 7 be careful with the range written in the RH


eights must be play with left hand if you have a little span, my point is not to simplify the score for amateur pianists, they can do it themselves
I want the score is playable and respect the choise of the composer, so if I could not change anything I do not change nothing, I really care about this thing

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Submission Archive / Re: [NES] Aladdin - "Prince Ali" by Jacopo Tore
« on: June 15, 2018, 12:05:50 PM »
Bump for Jacopo so we can get this one accepted.
Bump

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Submission Archive / Re: [NES] Aladdin - "Prince Ali" by Jacopo Tore
« on: June 03, 2018, 06:55:47 PM »

- Just to open the thought, since there is no dynamic variance at all throughout the piece (which I'm not saying is necessarily a problem), what if we don't use the forte at the beginning? Dynamics function as relevant to each other, so having one really doesn't have a ton of purpose. Leaving it open suggests the piece being open for individual interpretation, which is probably one of the best things that could be done in this piece. Unless you want to get more specific.

for the dynamic Malestorm has already answered for me, when I transcribed the first sheet included on this site immediately I was asked to insert a dynamic, I replied that there was no dynamic that was all the same, but I was asked to however, insert an initial dynamic, so from the day I always put a f at the beginning of the score because the music for NES usually does not alternate dynamics...

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Submission Archive / Re: [NES] Aladdin - "Prince Ali" by Jacopo Tore
« on: June 03, 2018, 06:50:41 PM »
Consider substituting this note for another chord tone in the LH function, or omit this pitch. Or something else. Whatever you want really, so long as you have good reasons to justify it.
questa situazione si presenta spesso in spartiti di musica classica l'esecutore chiaramente lascia ribattere la nota alla sinistra (dovra essere abile il pianista a differenziare le tipologie di tocco tra la destra e la sinistra) in questo modo si sentirà una polifonia anche nell'unisono senza bisogno di dover inserire una pausa alla destra, ben diversa è la situazione di sue Fa scritti in entrambe le mani omoritmicamente, a quel punto si possono aggiungere delle parentesi alla nota "meno importante" o anche no. Quindi dato che la mia scelta è stata fatta questa è la giustificazione, ringrazio ancora Maelstorm per avermi fatto notare DAVVERO TANTI PARTICOLARI che ho stupidamente ignorato. Grazie davvero

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this situation is often presented in classical music scores, the performer clearly leaves the note to the left (the pianist will have to be able to differentiate between the right and the left) in this way a polyphony will be heard even in unison without having to insert a pause to the right, the situation of his Fa is written in both hands omoritmically, at which point you can add parentheses to the note "less important" or not. So since my choice was made this is the justification, thank you again Maelstorm for pointing out to me REALLY MANY DETAILS that I stupidly ignored. Thank you very much


P.S. I resized margins

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He's currently away from internet, so he'll get back to us when he can.
Hi Maelstorm I'm back, I listened the song and I think the score is right, you are right about that and the (contemporary) notes are three. Thank you very much for the advice (the third repetition) I was fooled by the resemblance :) and the rush

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Is it right?

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Feedback time:
1 - Formatting
No issues here
2 - Notes
-- The big thing:
Section 1 doesn't perfectly repeat. On the second time through, LH measure 1 beat 4 is B natural + D, and RH measure 4 beat 4.5 is actually F+Ab.
-RH
Looks fine
-LH
m6
Spoiler
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m17 beat 4 - the C should be a G
3 - Theory/Performance
There's the obvious concerns about playability with the bassline being how it is, but I don't see an easy way to fix it, so I'm ok with leaving it how it is.

Fix all this and then I approve

Hi Maelstorm,
I'm really surprised by all the mistakes I made in this score!
I do not know how it is possible but listening to this music again I found the errors listed and others too! I'm trying to figure out how I got mad this way   : O
this is the only things I do not understood D:
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and RH measure 4 beat 4.5 is actually F+Ab.
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Thanks

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I do not find the copyright for NES version...
Probably is in 1992 but I don't know who is the publisher, could you help me?

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Off-Topic / Re: You think it is possible?
« on: May 17, 2018, 11:16:52 PM »
I don't think so, seeing as the last news post was 4 years ago.
Regardless, the site doesn't have enough sheets or a good submission process, so I don't see a reason for any collaborations either.

Convenience is seen only when it is worse

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bump

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Off-Topic / You think it is possible?
« on: May 13, 2018, 03:17:00 PM »
You think it is possible to make a communion with the site http://www.gamemusicthemes.com ?
It is possible to find a way to join the power of these sites?
You think it would be a good idea?

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