Puppet - Ib - L.H. Raised by an Octave

Author
NoOneLaysHere
Type
Grand Illusions 30
Created
01/06/2017 22:52
Cloned from
Puppet - Ib - With More Accompaniment
BPM
90
Length
264

Transcribed onto a music-box, and is slightly modified.
This has the L.H. is transposed one octave above itself (i.e. B3 turns into B4, C4 into C5, etc.) [L.H.->Left Hand, R.H.->Right Hand. As used for a pianist.]. This allows the L.H. to play E♭/D♯ when it otherwise cannot. The middle section thus doesn't have moments without notes being played. For the rest, on multiple occasions it overlaps the R.H., so the melody is a bit drowned.


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Transcribed onto a music-box, and is slightly modified. This has the L.H. play its part and one octave above itself [L.H.->Left Hand, R.H.->Right Hand. As used for a pianist.]. This allows the L.H. to play E♭/D♯ when it otherwise cannot. The middle section thus doesn't have moments without notes being played. For the rest, on multiple occasions it overlaps the R.H., in addition to there being more notes played at once, so the melody is a bit drowned. At a few times, some notes have been removed because there'd be more than six notes playing at once, and this program automatically deletes notes until there are only 6 notes per column (from what I see). The notes deleted are the highest pitch notes of the lower L.H., which happen to be the notes closest to C5. This state was achieved when in the processed of transferring the L.H. an octave up (like this one, but without the lower, older L.H.). I decided it may have been worth it to upload this variation.