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Burn - vocal score and piano sheet music

Composed by : Lin-Manuel Miranda

Transcribed by: Courtnie H (@thefrozen-phantomof-hogwarts​) and Alexandra Taylor (@pianissimomezzoforte)

Finally thanks to @thefrozen-phantomof-hogwarts​‘s awesome transcription of the vocal score, we are able to bring you the a version of Burn perfect for all those singers out there who needed this type of score for their accompanists and auditions!

It’s 10 pages long! So please:

CLICK HERE FOR THE SHEET MUSIC GOOGLE DRIVE FOLDER

That banger soundtrack

Can I also just ask, does anyone else’s heart beat really hard when they listen to yuri on ice( like the piano song)??? ( and when I watch yurio skate)

The song is just so beautiful. I’ve never been so attached to a piece of music in my life. I feel like if someone played it for my id fall in love with them on the spot.

P.s. Does anyone know where I can find violin sheet music for it

Ps.s I get fucked up to ‘shall we skate’ and 'theme of king jj’
A Story about the Tin Whistle

So at my old college, the first weekend every store in the town would have a sale. Being that it was primarily a music school there was a music store and so my roommate being a music major, wanted to go inside.

There was a five dollar bin and in the bin was a record with a coloring book of Frozen with it. I had to have it. It was disappointing to find that sheet music for a recorder didn’t work with it but tin whistle sheet music seemed to work. So technically it isn’t a tin whistle, it’s a recorder that is cheaply made. 

That’s not even where the story begins.

I loved the tin whistle and I learned how to play classics. One night after a night learning Hedwig’s Theme, I realized my window had been open. And someone had posted on Yik Yak about me. 

Being the ho for attention that I am I decided to sit in the window and play my tin whistle. The only songs I knew from memory at this point were Christmas Carols, so in Mid-October at 3 in the morning, I sat in my window and played Christmas carols for all the campus to hear. 

I did that many nights, and was Yik Yaks about many times. I also though, disturbed my RA many times, three times to be exact. And received a noise citation. At my old school when you apply to be an RA they look at your record to see what kind of person you are, if you have any citations.

The interviewer for this position had to look me in the eyes and ask me why I was playing Christmas Carols at ungodly hours of the night, three times. I told him that I did it a lot more than three times, but other students had found it entertaining.

Needless to say I didn’t get the position. 

Pianist! Edmund Pevensie

(Okay so I had a mini Your lie in April binge today and felt inspired ^.^)

- Always being intrigued by the baby grand in one of the rooms in Professor Kirke’s home

- When the girls were swimming and Peter was watching over them he would sneak around, mindful of Ms. Macready, to find the piano

- Finding some sheet music and a ‘How-to’ guide book on top of it, as though someone wanted him to learn

- Teaching himself the scale and some basic cords before actually trying to play a song

- The first song in the book was 'When The Saints Go Marching In’

- It seemed easy to him after he tried it about a hundred times

- He had trouble reaching some of the keys with his then small hands

- Years later, when they’ve had their last adventure in Narnia, he goes back to Finchley and receives a letter addressed to him and his siblings

- It states that the Professor had passed away and that he had left some things in his will or the children

- He had left Edmund the piano, which the others didn’t even know existed or why he would have been gifted it

- The items are sent to the children and when they arrive, Edmund’s is definitely the largest

- They eventually had to get rid of the dinning room table to put the piano in it’s place

- Edmund doesn’t have the time to feel bad before his mother is wondering if he can play anything and Lucy is begging him to

- Him regrettably telling them that he didn’t remember anything he learned and feeling horrible when he sees their sad faces

- From then on, whenever he’s alone in the house he’s practicing the piano

- He learns new songs, more complex ones than the songs in the beginner book

- He eventually thinks that he’s mastered them enough to play them in front of his family

- Asking all of them to stop what their doing and meet him in the, now, piano room

- Playing a multitude of songs, absolutely blowing his family away 

anonymous asked:

thinking of learning all star by smash mouth on the violin but i can't find any good sheet music smh

maybe it’s a sign that you should do other things with your time

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Two months and twenty-one days after its release, I present to you sheet music for the intro theme for Over the Garden Wall, otherwise known as Into the Unknown. Really have no idea why sheet music hasn’t already been posted for this, but I couldn’t find any so I had to whip this up myself! I’ve never really arranged anything before so it could stand to have some commentary (and especially lyrics) added. Whoops.

Anyways, I’m off to go learn this on piano. Enjoy!

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It’s out! It’s finished!!!

Uncommon Time is an RPG I’ve been working on since the end of 2013 about a group of young musicians (four strings players and a vocalist) who are on a Quest.

Eighteen-year-old cellist Alto Cantabile is heir to an ancient legacy, and in order to fulfill her duty, she brings her skeptical best friend, violinist Teagan Almace, along with her to the far northern country of Harmonia. Alto must gather three other players to form a quintet, and find the sheet music she needs for a very special performance.

This project is very important to me, and I’m excited (and nervous) to finally get to share it in full! Thank you to my testers and everyone else who helped me get this far!

You may enjoy Uncommon Time if you like:

  • music
  • worldbuilding
  • women being awesome
  • queer themes (sexuality, gender, and presentation)
  • silly party banter
  • interpersonal drama and other serious themes

Uncommon Time is a lengthy game (estimated play time 15-25 hours!) with multiple endings. It is recommended for ages 15 and up, and features disturbing/violent imagery and mild sexual content. There’s a detailed list of content warnings that you can find on the official webpage, but since some of the warnings are spoilers, please only check it if you know there’s content you need to avoid to stay safe. This game has also got a lot of flashy and screen-shaking animations, so if you have an illness or disability that does not do well with those, you may not want to play it.

If you have save data from the demo version of the game, you can continue from it, but I’ve made some small graphical changes since the last demo (v0.15) so you may want to start over from the beginning.

Uncommon Time does not work on Mac or Linux and needs the RPG Maker VX Ace RTP to be installed to run properly. PLEASE check the readme file before running the game for the first time.

You can see more screenshots and get a download link here from the game’s homepage! also let me know if you enjoyed it/are doing a liveblog or anything because this stuff keeps me motivated ok. Thanks for reading!!

Tears of the Elder Wind Dragon

EDIT: I’m sorry the sheets are transparent! That’s just how Musescore saves the png file >-<

I couldn’t find satisfactory sheet music for this song, so I decided to try making it myself. Please note that I’ve never done this before. Also, the last bar should have a rit, but I don’t know how to do that in the program ._.

I’ve tried playing this on my piano and it sounds better than I expected it would =v=

I used Musescore to make this! (well, pxtone helped too)

5 Things

5 Things

Tagged by: @abriefoboeview

5 things you’ll find in my bag:

  • Sheet music!
  • Reeds
  • Pens, pencils, and my journal
  • A laptop
  • A Garbadour stuffed animal - just for giggles

5 things you’ll find in my bedroom:

  • A copy of the Declaration of Independence and Consitution of the United States (bed-time reading)
  • A lamp
  • My “honored bookshelf” where I put all of my favorite book series books and books that have special meaning to me
  • A nightstand with a flashlight in its drawer
  • Dirty socks that I throw in my “sock graveyard” right before I go to bed (don’t worry I pick them all up and wash them when it’s time to do laundry)

5 things I’ve wanted to do in life:

  • Drink a hundred dollar bottle of whiskey (not all at once)
  • Become conversational in Spanish
  • Premiere an original composition for chamber ensemble+electronics (happening later this year!)
  • Have my music appear in video games
  • Beat every single main series Final Fantasy game (All I have is XIII-2, Lightning Returns, and XV left!)

5 things that make me happy:

  • Making music with my friends
  • My fiancee, Gabby
  • Getting past my social anxiety and hugging people I care about
  • Spending time with my family
  • Video games, tea, and beer

5 things that I’m currently into:

  • Dungeons and Dragons
  • Shameless (on Netflix)
  • My chamber ensemble, Forward Motion
  • Meeting new people to see if I can learn how to not be scared talking to strangers
  • Clarinet - always ;)

5 things on my to-do list:

  • Sign a contract with Centaur Records for my next solo album
  • Study up on fundraising so I can use my new Fractured Atlas Fiscal Sponsorship to turn my chamber ensemble into a full time gig
  • Trim my beard
  • Plan my next DnD session with my friends
  • Party this weekend!

5 things people might not know about me:

  • Despite my seemingly active social and professional life, I am a TOTAL introvert
  • I was not accepted into music school at first… It took me 3 auditions to finally get accepted (as in 2 failed auditions at the same school and then 1 finally successful audition)
  • I spend hours every day pacing around my home/office because it helps me think
  • Johnny Cash is one of my favorite musicians and musical influences
  • I almost exclusively play video games in my free time (I don’t spend a lot of time on social media and I don’t usually watch TV)

anonymous asked:

Do you know where can i find tabs or sheet music for Count (revisited), i was trying very hard to play that song but i only know the half of it :c

here’s the first part of it according to the Capo app i have (it converts songs into chords so it’s probably not 100% accurate) (too lazy to transcribe properly but u can get an idea …maybe…lol)

intro:
cmaj7 G Gsus4 B
Gsus4 Gmaj7 Cmaj7 Bm
Gsus4 G Gsus4 Cmaj7
G Gsus4 ( C ) G Gsus4 C

(G) Dsus4 Esus4 C G (count your)
Am7 Em7 Cmaj7 G
Am Em G Em (count your)
(D) Am G
(F#m7) Em7 (count your)
G D Em
G Am7 Em7 Am7 (count me)
F#maj7 (Bsus4) Cmaj7 Asus4 Em (you can count on)
C (G) Am Em7 (me)
G Am Em (please)
Cmaj7 Asus4 Em7 D7 Bm7
Em7 Bm7

Cmaj7 (stay)
Gmaj7 (High) Cmaj7 (baby)
Gmaj7 (slow motion) Cmaj7 (smile)
Gmaj7 (stay) Asus4 G A (high baby)
(D) C (D) Em (High)

G Em7 G Em
( C ) Gsus4 (A) Em
G Am Dm7
C G Em7
Cmaj7 Am7 Em
Gsus4 Asus4 Em7
G Am Em
Gsus4 Asus4 Em7
Cmaj7 Asus4 Em7

anonymous asked:

in orchestra today we were all throwing around ideas for our next concert and the guy next to me said "hey, why don't we have an all-meme concert" and started playing "we are number one"! and it wasn't just halfheartedly either- he was hitting every note and long story short I know what song I'm going to try to find sheet music for so I can send it to the conductor. but I think I might've found a fellow lazytown fan in the senior who sits across the orchestra from me

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