Hope you like it! Hope you enjoy it! This one's for you! Dedicated to all those in this community that made me feel welcome! Thank you! Dedicated to Klaus for educating me on proper gaming nostalgia! You can mix and match parts from solo to quartet!
You could try All Tracks-ing it as a lute solo too :. All the notes in this were already in-octave, I just added the fancy tempo changes so it wouldn't feel so grating. Inuyasha - Grip! An indie Indonesian song. Chopin - Etude Op. Hold Notes optional. Worlds End Dancehall by wowaka ft. Hold notes optional. Soloable enough for All Tracks solo option. Can be solo with less dramatic flair with only piano.
Chopin - Fantaisie Impromptu Op. This one goes out special to Linnaeus Valerius on Balmung! T I think I meant to touch it up and just never did? But oh well, another Christmas solo for you nerds! Untested with various instruments removed. I love the 'still' version of this song so much. Found an arrangement of the birthday song in the style of one of my faves.
Please take this! Be Prepared! Jump Up, Super Star! For those kind souls I met on my visit to Aether DC and recognized me no less! I could not recall what you asked for but I hope this is a start!
Thank you for making me feel welcome and not a stranger there for the first time since I arriv. Touhou - "Bad Apple!! You can just play the harp if you wanna hear the piano part. Requested by a friend - Please enjoy! Please note this is NOT the version most are familiar with that I've posted but his arrangement! A special request by a fan, kind enough to boost me on Ultros. Now barding on all three NA DCs under my namesake! Rare admission: The harp does this one more justice than the piano in-game.
Don't even try with less. Just for fun and not overly complex. For all that needed a little in-game training montage song for their RP or just because! You and Me - Peder B.
For you all kinky bastard on valentine's day this month! For you girls who are lovesick this Valentine! Aa, Sou. Happy Valentine's! Feel free to experiment tho. Boney M. Due to the speed that this is done at, if you are in an area with high lag, this may not perform well.
Note -- with the speed this played Dark Side Of The Road - Boulevard Of Broken Dreams* - Lonely Avenue (CD, some people might not appreciate it, so play it in areas where you feel safe or comfortable playing. Digimon - Butterfly ver. Calvin Harris ft. This one's for you, Mielle! You've done so much for all of us, I can't possibly overstate your contributions to the scene!
I arranged this one special, for you! Suite No. Play this year round, no one but me will know. Obviously a solo doesn't compare to From Software's epic orchestral pieces, but I hope you will enjoy it nonetheless! The only boss's story that made me cry and feel bad for winning, thanks Vaati! Works with anything even on bongo.
This one's for Shiro Astral of Marlboro. I'd be remiss if I didn't mention that listening to your method made me revisit this one and figure out the section that stumped me awhile. So this one works because of your input on the scene, t. Faure - Pavane F'ranz Liszt Source: 8notes. Please note, this is a very demanding midi if low FPS is expected. Comment: Solo - Lute. Flow - GO!!! Can be Solo with All Tracks on. Finally got around to seeing this series.
Worth it. Beware of fast notes Re-live those childhood memories! From 5cm per Second Anime Movie. A tribute to a beautiful ending song from one of the best JRPGs. A slow arrangement of the Sayaka's theme "Decretum" composed by Yuki Kajiura. Composed by Yuki Kajiura. Not a quintet One of the best transformation sequences in anime. A short composition by Yuki Kajiura for a short concept movie by Studio Shaft.
For Septet 7 Instruments. Mozart - String Serenade No. Fate meets Lovecraft. Yorokobe Shounen. Arrangement of Mima's second theme from ZUN's old website. Touhou 04 - Bad Apple!! Arrangement of Yuuka's theme from ZUN's old website. Theme of Remilia Scarlet featuring fragments from the third movement of Beethoven's Sonata Pathetique.
Th06 - U. Theme of Flandre Scarlett with a solo at the end by samidare. Staff theme of Touhou 6 - Embodiment of Scarlet Devil. Touhou Suika Ibuki's theme. TV Size. The vocal track can be Clarinet or Oboe idk which one fits better, Hope you like it!
Best Legendary theme. One of the best Pokemon battle themes. The theme of the special episode: "Igglybuff the Prodigy", that tells the origin story of Guildmaster Wigglytuff.
For solo play use the Harp T1. Reimu Hakurei's theme. Theme of Eirin Yagokoro. Theme of Kaguya Horaisan. Theme of the Extra Stage. Theme of Fujiwara no Mokou. Sakuya Izayoi's second and more popular theme.
Theme of Nitori Kawashiro. Theme of Kanako Yasaka, goddess of the Moriya Shrine. Theme of Suwako Moriya, goddess of the Moriya Shrine. Theme of Tenshi Hinanawi. Azur Lane - Longing For! Stage 6 theme. Theme of Utsuho Reiuji. Theme of Byakuren Hijiri. Theme of Shou Toramaru. Stage 1 theme. Theme of Hata no Kokoro. Theme of Shinmyoumaru Sukuna. Extra Stage. Theme of Sumireko Usami, founder of the Hifuu Club. Theme of Horou Torisumi. Composed by Wanwan. Publishing for St.
Patrick Day. In The Flesh? I am so sorry to anyone who has to listen to this on repeat. Slightly less sorry than the Wii music. Plays twice in one track. Also, I love you! Not the transcription Made by ear from video. May not be perfect. That everything good is happening somewhere else?
Key of the Twilight. Fake Wings. Edo - Iwamizu - Solo Colm Mattrum. Leningrad - Zuzu - Solo Colm Mattrum. N Owen was her - Solo Colm Mattrum. Transcribed by ear from video source. Comment: For solo Lute and only Lute. To commemorate Taylor Swift's version of the album Fearless just released today! Hold notes off.
Also Solo-able. Waltz No. The battle theme from FFI. Daytime theme from Castlevania II. Ending theme from Persona 3. Hoping we get a remix of it in Endwalker! Source went MIA. I cry everytime I hear this song and so should you. I know you know this song. Relieve your younger years and sing along to this banger. Transcribed by ear. Daniel Caesar - Best Part feat. Scooby Doo - Where Are You? Some parts have way too many notes, but it wouldn't be me without that.
Hope yall like iT! To hear the original quintet optimized for bmp replace Violin and Viola for Harp, and Cello for Lute, and drop the Tuba. To here the original mid, search for Naruto under Mid Release. Bayonetta - Let's Dance Boys! Intro of the new Porter Robinson new album 'Nurture'! Hope yall like it! Have some more Ghibli songs for your group to play! I had a blast making these, and I hope you have a blast playing them!
Star Wars Suite Medley octet version 2. Specially dedicated to Yigen over on Balmung! Intermission piano piece. Transcribed by ear, sheets in the usual place.
That is all. So if you recognise the song but not the artist, that's why! Please Don't Bully Me, Nagatoro-san! A remake of the one I did before with less busy noises?
Azumanga Dai Oh! Koisuru Asteroid - Aruite Ikou! Optimized for BMP. Karakuri Pierrot by Marasy8 Piano Ver. RIP Kentaro Miura Transcribed by ear from source video, sheets in the usual place! Finale version from the last episode. She currently teaches playwriting and screenwriting at Grub Street and the University of New Hampshire.
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She studied literature and acting as an undergraduate at Bennington College, during which time she spent a semester at the Moscow Art Theatre School. She is the author of two nonfiction books: Pandora's DNA Octoberwhich tells the story of the so-called breast cancer genes through the lens of her family tree, and was named an ALA Notable Book ofand Leaving Mundania Chicago Review Press,about larp, or live action roleplay, which is essentially make-believe for grownups.
Jeff works at Bentley University, where he teaches filmmaking courses in the Media and Culture Program. She currently teaches writing at the New England Conservatory of Music.
Much of my own writing been inspired by my experiences living and traveling in Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America, as well as working with immigrants and refugees in urban communities, so I am particularly interested in assisting on projects dealing with diverse settings and characters.
A longtime educator in urban schools, he has been awarded the Sontag Prize in Urban Education and a fellowship from the Lynch Leadership Academy at Boston College, and his commentaries on education appear regularly on NPR. She is also the author of the novels Stay and Ship Sooner, and she has ghostwritten for the Beacon Street Girls series. Botolph's Award. She was also chosen as one of the Borders' Original New Voices.
She lives in Cambridge with her husband and their four children. Two of her stories were named as notable in the Best American Short Stories anthology. My belief is that through writing we can recover lost narratives and forge new ones drawing from a rich diversity of perspectives. While I have training in poetry and playwriting, I am drawn towards work that experiments with and plays with form, the page, and performance. In my poetry, I utilize archival texts to create a poly-vocality when rendering history; I like to use the page as a sort of visual map for these voices and moments in time.
While I am interested in fragmentation and visual and sonic qualities to language, I also am drawn to narrative and lyrical poetry that emulates the voice and is inspired by speech and music. As a playwright, I utilize interdisciplinary modes for storytelling. I encourage my students to take risks, do research, dig into your own histories.
In my one-on-one consulting, I am interested in how you can find your own unique voice, seeing all of the tools of writing as exciting paint colors and textures in a palette - or instruments to make just the right sounds. Since teaching writing has been my profession sinceI am passionate about encouraging, nurturing and supporting students in generating language, expressing yourselves, and using the editing process as one of refining and making your work shine.
Writing should also be cathartic, illuminating, and fun, and I hope to support you in finding such discoveries. Poet, playwright, performer and college instructor Aimee Suzara has graced stages and classrooms nationally with spoken word, plays and workshops. She has collaborated and performed as a performing poet with Dance Theater companies such as Deep Waters Dance Theater, Ramon Alayo Dance Company and University Dance Theater, and her poetry has been adapted into an opera, a choreographed dance piece, and theatrical scripts.
Committed to helping writers develop their voices, she has been teaching English, Composition, Creative Writing and Interdisciplinary Studies for 13 years at the college level as well as poetry and spoken word to youth and adults; she is currently a lecturer at San Francisco State University in Asian American Studies Department and City College of San Francisco in the Interdisciplinary Studies Department and an online instructor at Grubstreet based in Boston.
Originally from Cincinnati, he lives in Amherst, Massachusetts. She lives in Somerville, Massachusetts and is a lecturer at Boston University. Through my own writing, I have a lot of experience working with historical fiction, as well as magic realism, fantasy, and other forms of speculative fiction.
Adult: Fiction, narrative verse, poetry, personal essays, translations. Originally from Massachusetts and a longtime resident of Japan, she holds a B. Holly visits schools and offers workshops in the U. Berkeley Extension. A former elementary school teacher and college instructor, he is at work on his first novel. She teaches adults and teens in New York and Connecticut. Available for both cultural consulting and craft guidance, including voice, structure, and outlining.
Also offers guidance on query letters, pitches, and expectations of the agent process. His fiction focuses on trans and queer history, with additional works on the trans experience and the trans body. He's an instructor at GrubStreet, where he teaches courses on fiction, the novel, and trans and non-binary representation in literature.
He is a speaker on writing, inclusion, and the queer and trans experience. He consults on fiction manuscripts and transgender inclusion in the classroom. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and Harvard Business School, Michelle works as an executive coach and leadership development director for D.
Her first novel, Annie Begins, was published on April 4th, by sixoneseven books. She was the music editor at New Times Broward Palm Beach for three years, weekend editor at Inverse, and is the managing editor of the quarterly magazine about female drummers, Tom Tom.
If you look hard enough, you can find her viral video. Some of my clients seek feedback for a story that feels close Dark Side Of The Road - Boulevard Of Broken Dreams* - Lonely Avenue (CD publication, others need a combination of coaching and feedback in order to complete a novel draft. Whatever your needs are as a writer, I'm happy to offer consultation services that are rigorous but encouraging, empowering you to complete your best work.
At Grub Street and elsewhere, I have taught novel writing, short story writing, flash fiction and nonfiction. My goal as an instructor and a consultant is to help writers strengthen their own voices and find the stories they want to tell. Many of my students and clients have gone on to receive fellowships and literary awards and to publish their work in a variety of venues. I am also the founder of The Review Review, a website dedicated to reviews of literary magazines and interviews with journal editors.
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