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Author Topic: FEZ PEZ's arrangement "Yoshi BGM 3"  (Read 40 times)

FEZ PEZ

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FEZ PEZ's arrangement "Yoshi BGM 3"
« on: November 08, 2017, 06:45:40 AM »

I'm arranging "BGM 3" from the NES game "Yoshi". This is the original song:

Here's what I have arranged so far:
-PDF
http://www.filedropper.com/yoshibgm3_1

-MIDI
http://www.filedropper.com/yoshi-bgm3

-Musescore
https://musescore.com/user/10254256/scores/4533381?showoptions=true


Specifically, I'm having trouble with:

Measures 19-36 (Making it look nice)
Measures 69-72
LH on measures 81-88

But any feedback is welcome.


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Re: FEZ PEZ's arrangement "Yoshi BGM 3"
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2017, 07:09:07 AM »

Just copy pasting from the submission thread:
Quote from: Yug_Guy
There's quite a bit that needs to be done with your arrangement before it can get on site. Let me offer some suggestions to get started:

- First, your formatting needs to be updated to fit our standards. There's too many things that need to be done for me to list them individually, but you can find all of the formatting guidlines in this thread here. If you use a notation software other than Finale (such as Musescore or Sibelius), you can go to this thread here to ask for help with formatting.
- The composer for this song is Jun'ichi Masuda (yes, that Jun'ichi Masuda)
- The copyright year for this game is 1991, and the publishers are Nintendo and Game Freak
- For the most part, it looks like you've omitted the third voice from the piece. While you obviously shouldn't write anything that's impossible to play, you really should try and include as much of the third voice as you can.
- Have you thought about putting the song in cut time? The song moves fast enough that it might be easier to count if it was in cut time, rather than common time.

If you have any other questions, be sure to ask below, or feel free to shoot me a PM. We're always willing to help!

EDIT: I just realized - are you using the NES version of Yoshi, or the Game Boy version? That'll be somewhat important to this discussion.
 

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