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Fifth Day of Hanukkah
8 7 6 5 ^ 4 3 2 1
(clickable chanukiah)


P E R F E C T   C H R O N O L O G Y
A R R A N G E M E N T   P R O J E C T


Arranged To the Battlefield from Radiant Historia. Because of the amount of percussion in the track, I took a more creative direction in this arrangement. I made a power chord in the left hand and used the top note to mimic the snare drum pattern; it's likely not completely accurate but it gets the general sound across. The main melody was just violins with a single harmony, which wasn't really a problem.

03 To the Battlefield.mid.mus.pdf.musx

Fourth Day of Hanukkah
8 7 6 5 ^ 4 3 2 1
(clickable chanukiah)

Arranged Cursed Shinshuu Plains I from Ōkami [Okami]. This first part is actually part of a longer track which also contains a version with more instruments, but I only arranged this part for now. For some reason I only cared about playability in the right hand, so the left hand has 13ths in multiple occasions, which isn't playable by any means. In these cases the top layer could probably be brought down. I was again able to format it nicely using PrintMusic. I'm not sure if I decided to hide too many rests; I tried to only hide them when it seemed obvious when the notes were.

Cursed Shinshuu Plains I||Ōkami [Okami]
80%, some unplayable parts but is well formatted.mid.pdf.musx

Third Day of Hanukkah
8 7 6 5 ^ 4 3 2 1
(clickable chanukiah)

Arranged the song ザ・ワードⅡ (The Word II) from Shigeo Sekito's album Special Sound Series Vol. 2. Shigeo Sekito is a Japanese electone player active in the 70s and 80s; information about him is scarce and it is still unknown whether he is currently alive. The Word II is arguably the most popular song which he produced, being quoted in Mac Demarco's Chamber of Reflection as well as several lofi hip hop tracks. However, The Word II is an outlier in terms of Sekito's other work; it has a more gloomy feel compared to the rest of the album and is one of the only pieces which Sekito himself composed (the rest are covers of music of the time). In my transcription, I tried to replicate the rhythm of the piece as accurately as I could. I decided to write it without grace notes to be accurate, but for reading I also made a version with grace notes. The only instrument that I know is in the piece is the electone, so I'm not confident in my choice for instruments.

ザ・ワードⅡ (The Word II) || Special Sound Series Vol. 2 || Transcription (Drum Kit, Chimes, Electone, String Synth) || 65 || 70%
A transcription of Shigeo Sekito's ザ・ワードⅡ with a focus on accuracy. I'm not completely sure whether I chose the right instruments; I know that the electone (a type of electronic organ) was used in the album, but everything else was inferred. There currently is no drum part because I have no experience with writing for drums. Because organ music is very particular to how long notes last, the main version omits any grace notes and writes these out in time. I also made a version with grace notes in both melody lines for ease of reading.
ScoreScore (with grace notes)Drum KitChimesElectoneString Synth

Second Day of Hanukkah
8 7 6 5 ^ 4 3 2 1
(clickable chanukiah)

Arranged Link Leaves Ordon from Twilight Princess. This piece is just another reprise of the Ordon Village theme, but it uses portato strings in the background. The only real problem was making sure that everything was playable. The bottom note in the left hand sometimes is too far away to play the entire left hand, but most the time the right hand is in range or takes one of the notes. The staccato eighth note pattern in the second section does seem a bit unwieldly, especially with the bass note at the beginning of each measure. I was able to format it nicely with my trial of PrintMusic, which is why there is also a .musx file included. Expect me to put up formatted versions of the rest of my sheets soon.

Link Leaves Ordon||The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
75%, parts are unplayable but is formatted.mid.pdf.musx

First Day of Hanukkah
8 7 6 5 ^ 4 3 2 1
(clickable chanukiah)

Made an arrangement of Faron Woods from Twilight Princess for solo piano. I would have liked to put this up if / when I made a performance video, but I figured I could put it up for Hanukkah. The first part is very similar to the on-site arrangement (and by extension the original track), but in the second half I decided to add some more dramatic embellishments. It's not completely done, but it's polished enough to be considered "complete."

Because of school and other obligations, I may not be able to get the Hanukkah arrangements up by sundown every day. To keep this a daily thing, I will continue to put up the arrangements up the day after the corresponding day of Hanukkah starts (as opposed to posting the second today as well).

Faron Woods || The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess || Solo Piano || 75 || 85%
An arrangement of Faron Woods largely based off of the original. I tried to differ this arrangement from my others by making some original embellishments in the second half. These are mostly dynamic and tempo changes, but I did tweak some of the lines (such as the left hand in m70-73) to make them sound more dramatic. I also wrote a sort of bridge at the end as well as a definitive ending to the piece. The only thing that is missing is more detailed pedal markings; there are some in version 1.9 but because they were only in the beginning I just wrote in a simple "con pedale."

2nd layer flat showing in m19
Not done. This happens a couple of times in the left hand later on as well, and NotePad can't delete accidentals while still playing at the right pitch.
Done. This also happened in the left hand in the third section as well as in measure 5, and all these should be fixed. I uploaded the .musx file because I had it.

If you prefer to celebrate another holiday, that's fine too

Like last year, I will be doing the 8 Arrangements of Hanukkah. This will be good for me to get back into arranging, and it's also a good opportunity to put up some miscellaneous sheets which I never uploaded. As for the dates, Hanukkah starts on a different date each year because of the differences between the Hebrew calendar and the Gregorian calendar. This year, the first day of Hanukkah starts on the evening of 12 December 2017. I will upload each arrangement on the day following its start, which means that the days I would ideally upload will be -

 - 13 December 2017
 - 14 December 2017
 - 15 December 2017
 - 16 December 2017
 - 17 December 2017
 - 18 December 2017
 - 19 December 2017
 - 20 December 2017

Of course, the chances of me actually sticking to this are very low, so expect at least one Hanukkah arrangement in January.

New blog post -

(huge image)
Pen - Manga-style Face Studies 3



New blog post -

(again, image is huge)
Manga-style Face Studies 2


guess who forgot about updating this
... I made a lot of art since I last posted here. Here's my latest –

(huuuge image)
Pen - Manga-style Face Studies 1


Also, I made a Twitter account for the blog. There's auto-updates whenever I post anything on the blog, and I will sometimes tweet about my other shenanigans.


Even though I didn't fix everything, I still care about this and want it accepted somewhere in my lifespan. and it's been a month and a half

Forum Games / Re: ''That is not a ________!'' Game
« on: October 03, 2017, 09:48:48 PM »

That's not a mussel, that's a _____!

parentheses misplaced in m15
2nd layer flat showing in m19
Not done. This happens a couple of times in the left hand later on as well, and NotePad can't delete accidentals while still playing at the right pitch.
Parenthesized notes.
I should have fixed the worst of it. I tried playing part of the middle voice with the right hand and because of the shifting it didn't work very well. I just cut out the low notes when the left hand plays the middle voice.

Also, in m26 LH the F clashes with the G and the usual clicking around won't fix it.

Speaking of okami where's the guy with the crispy bacon lips he was fun
I don't remember any bacon lips. If it's from endgame I wouldn't know. no spoils plz

Arranged Impa's Fate / Farewell from Skyward Sword. This has been in the works for a relatively long time now and it's now at a presentable quality. The way that the instruments are used sometimes makes it hard to pick out certain notes; because most of the instruments are strings (along with the way that they are used) it can be hard to discern certain voices. In addition, I did take some artistic liberties (such as the tremolos in pt 1 m16-17 and the harmonies and octaves in pt 2 m6-8) to preserve the "feel" of the track. Overall I think that I did a good job at not only transcribing the piece into notes, but actually arranging it to sound well on piano.

Also, the track Past at Peace is completely contained in Impa's Fate / Farewell, so by extension it is also arranged.

Impa's Fate / Farewell (and Past at Peace) pt 1||The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
75%, really polished but needs formatting work.mid.pdf
Impa's Fate / Farewell (and Past at Peace) pt 2||The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
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- For some reason you have two MP markings in the same spot. You can delete one of them.

- Put a courtesy accidental on the F# in the right hand of M. 5.

- You put slurs on the eighths in the LH in M. 1-4, but not 5-8. Maybe consider doing that to the ones in 5-8 as well?
...that's why I put the simile marking there. If you aren't supposed to use "simile" with slurs, then let me know.

- Go ahead and double the C in M. 12 (LH) to fill it in some more. The C appears in the original.
Done. I doubled the C up to match with the overall register of the left hand.

- You can go ahead and remove the lines in M. 9 & 15. The RH symbols are enough of a clarification for the RH.

- RH: In M. 15 you have an eighth tied to a quarter, but in M. 2 you just have a dotted quarter. For consistency, change one or the other to match with the other.
Doesn't it only matter when it crosses beat 3?

Last measure: try this instead.
I disagree.

Everything else I didn't mention (mainly formatting) I couldn't do due to NotePad.

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