Hellfire Mantle - Touhou

Author
NoOneLaysHere
Type
Grand Illusions 30
Created
04/09/2017 06:54
Cloned from
Hellfire Mantle - Touhou - R.H. only
BPM
92
Length
704

Transcribed onto a 30-note music-box, and transposed such that D becomes E, and A becomes B, etc.. The L.H. plays two octaves higher. The actual tempo should be 184. Instead, it's played at 92 bpm with half distance between beats. The actual time signature switches between 5/4 to 3/4. Displaying at 3/4 has the 3/4 sections be shown off by a quarter note, so instead I select the 4/4 rhythm, so as to have the beginning of each measure align a fifth or a third of the time (depending on the playing time signature). (This only matters when punching the holes in, if at all.)
There are some G6 notes that can't be played. They are instead played as B♭5/A♯5. For the L.H., the E♭4/D♯4 notes can't be played. Instead, G4 will be played for those notes. This unfortunately changes the pattern the L.H. plays by quite a bit.


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