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I have no music sheet for this one. 

I can make one but it might take a while.

It was written for a computer game so its quite repetitive. Hope you'll still enjoy it :)

Please listen and give your feedback.

 

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18 hours ago, Willibald said:

Really nice. Some notes of the "celesta" are very high and barely audible under normal circumstances, but I guess this could be just me.

 

Edit: I think I got you wrong in the previous comment.

You meant that notes that high can barely be heared. 

You're right, that's why I don't think it could work without any volume changes (I mean with real instruments).

I guess that if I'll ever record this one I'll just bring the celesta's microphone closer to the instrument.

Do you think that could work?

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@Maarten Bauer @Willibald

It's funny that one of you said that there are far too high notes and the other said the register is too low.

I think that I'll notate this one for you, so you can see for yourself, but it might take a while.

Btw, I wanted to give a "thank you" sign for both of you (I mean this little blue goblet) and couldn't. do you know why is that?

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@Maarten Bauer @Willibald

I didn't really do anything but making sure that the notes are quite orginized and readable.

It is on the lowest register on the celesta, but only for small parts of the piece.

Guess I could do some creazy runs up and down to fully use the range of the instrument (and also add another voice), I didn't think of it back then.

I'm not sure how good will super high celesta notes sound though.

If one day I'll see that someone can actually play it I'll probably rearrange and notate everything.

About the high notes- it seems like these aren't the highest possible notes, not even close to that.

@Willibald Do you think it still affect the volume of the instrument?

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Thanks for the score. I wouldn’t lend my comments regarding the celesta sound too much weight, it could be a problem with my setup as well. Just be careful with notation: The celesta is usually a transposing instrument: It is notated one octave lower than it is played.

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The celesta should end with a coda just like the other instruments. I heard a long pause before the last note in the celesta part, which sounded kind of awkward. You can, if you want to, also add some chords since the celesta can play them, and get both hands involved. This is definitely a jazz piece in terms of both atmosphere and harmony.

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