Legend of Zelda

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by suprneb, Nov 4, 2007.

  1. suprneb
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  2. Mewgia

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    This would rule.

    Quintet if anyone can find/make one (Violin 1 &2, Viola, cello, and bass) I play in one lol.

    Also, sheets of Gerudo valley theme (orch or quintet) since that song kicks ass.
     
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    oh [​IMG] I wouldnt know the difference, sorry [​IMG]
     
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    A lot of the time, most parts of a song are just rewritten piano parts
     
  8. suprneb
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    omg i found it - not exactly what i was looking for but it is awesome nonetheless and im going to use it (im using the quartet for the theme of link's awakening)
     
  9. War

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    Yeah, there's usually NO sheet music for orchestra. Video game wise, I mean.
     
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    and yet VGL continues to play all tehse orchestrated pieces lol

    do the VGL composers ever compile all their musical compositions in a book or online somewhere?
     
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    I think you can like; order the VG Sheet music... I remember a site that sold them.. But I'm pulling a blank. (Sorry)

    ~Nero
     
  12. RayorDragonFall

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    You should be able to adapt those piano sheets into a string quartet. Just separate the voices in the piano and there you have it.
     
  13. Mewgia

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    There are some things that a Piano can do that string instruments can't and vice versa, and adapting like that usually takes a bit of restyling to make it sound as good, but yeah I could probably do that if I need to.