Love Deterrence ~ Koi no Yokushiryoku [piano]

Tokyo Ghoul √A Ep1 BMG (unknown title)

The mark of my return: Santa Claus no Sora (from Aria)

I was so wrong that people are destined to be with one another. People fundamentally born alone. There is always a tiny little loneliness in our heart. Thankfully, I can adapt to the big one of mine and exploit it. Yes, I am here once again. The stage always wait for me and unseen audience all around the world are in grief for me to return. I am sorry all of all who remember me.

The mark of my return!

I consider my sky is the same as Santa Claus in this beautiful piece. Truly, it is great to be back. After 9 months of hiatus, I am now certain that music, my blog, and my stage of performance here will never ever ceased to exist.

With my empty hand, without the acclaim of other considering me as a pianist, I still always contribute my little talent to the world, I will always come to you to dig up melodies that only you remember. From there, we can once again enlighten the music that has been forgotten by time. From there, you won’t be the only one hearing those melodies that you think only you have it.

Let the true beauty defeat popularity to dead.

“Minna, namae wo yonde, Vangakuz”

“なまえをよんで Vangakuz”

Request #3: Aishita onna from G-Senjou no Maou

Sorry for just a long waiting for requester, it is time again for doing request and this time the winner is Eric requesting Aishita onna from G-Sensou no Maou.

Yesterday, I coincidentally listened to the whole OST collection of G-Sensou no Maou and were stunned by Aishita onna and its other variations.

There are 3 variations of this masterpiece which is:
1. Aishita Onna, hardest variation with fastest tempo.
2.Michi ha Hyouga Nari, slower variation.
3. Aizou no Nare no Hate, easiest version.

Here is the deal, the final set will all 3 sheet, midi and audio of all variation. By the way, all G-Sensou no Maou OST is very challenging. I have some talks to my friends, some other Anime transcribers and most of them was afraid to arrange them.

Mischievous of Alice – in recording

Finally, it’s right here!

“Mischievous of Alice” is certainly my most ambitious arranged transcription. It defines a part of my arranged technique and playing style. As time goes by with several transcription, I kinda surprise myself of how I develop my hearing, my tendency of arranging as well as my hands’ dexterity. They are all improving but a little SLOWLY.

Here, the first page of my sheet

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By first impression, you can see that the sheet is written with 2 bass clefs and the key signature is Ebm, which is one of the most challenging key to play on the piano. And you will find septuplet and octuplet for transition.

By working hard with all of my passion for music and Yousei Teikoku, I have learned a lot from “Mischievous of Alice” and while practicing, I realized that my hand should be light and quick but also powerful at anytime necessary. It means that I have to control my hand muscle more flexible and reduce hesitation at important transitions.

The sheet and midi file are already finished and I will, as always, share my work with you after the recording which is probably uploaded on Tuesday.

Request #2: Luke – tragedy (Tales of the Abyss)

Announcement: “Mischievous of Alice” is still in progress.

Last week, I received the request from Chris Perusch (CrimsonSali) to transcribe this. And now, the set is perfect complete.

The production of this video was unexpected because I had no intention of the first place of covering this sorrow piece. Yesterday, I exhausted myself to arrange “Mischievous of Alice” (sung by Yosei Teikoku) and almost gave up on that challenging project.

“Never stain yourself on music!” I recalled.

I decided to choose a requested song and at that time, because of the exhaustion, I picked the easiest among 5 requests. The truth is this piece was not so impressive to me at first time I heard it.

I still don’t know what happened when I finished the score in only 2 hours and about half an hour to practice and record. However, when I was recording, I felt the sorrow of those melody. It seemed like they and my heart synchronized together. I felt relieved, peaceful and yet rejuvenated.

Oh, there are music that can only be fully appreciated by play them.
Special thank to Chris Perusch who requested and entrusted me to transcribe.

Stay tune for my next piano most ambitious arrangement – “Mischievous of Alice”