Trojan Asteroid Jungle - Touhou Arrange - R.H only

Author
NoOneLaysHere
Type
Grand Illusions 30
Created
17/08/2017 17:05
BPM
102
Length
1568

Transcribed onto a 30-notes music-box, and transposed, such that B becomes E, G becomes C, etc.. This transcription follows more closely to an arrangement by akikiki than the original.
There's a lot of staccatos throughout the arrangement, but the nature of a music-box (or a simple one at least) prevents the ability to properly perform staccatos.

* At the end, there's a ritardando. If playing with a physical music-box, slow the piece down gradually until at half tempo at the end (last five measures—for reference, the R.H. near the end is playing whole notes).
Only the melody part is transcribed.


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Transcribed onto a 30-notes music-box, and transposed, such that B becomes E, G becomes C, etc.. This transcription follows more closely to an arrangement by akikiki than the original. The notes played with the L.H. are raised by an octave. The last note for the L.H. part is raised instead by two octaves (, else it'd be a G1 instead of G3). Another exception is in the area where the stripe (the "measure") is numbered as 123 to 138 (where length is approx. 977 to 1104), inclusive. In this area, the L.H. is not raised by an octave, i.e. it plays at the original relative pitch to the R.H., by the arrangement. There's a lot of staccatos throughout the arrangement, but the nature of a music-box (or a simple one at least) prevents the ability to properly perform staccatos. * At the end, there's a ritardando. If playing with a physical music-box, slow the piece down gradually until at half tempo at the end, the last five measures (technically seven, but the last two measures are empty–those two are omitted here)—for reference, the R.H. near the end is playing whole notes.