Jerry Tremblay replied to Jerry Tremblay's discussion Moonlight Sonata one octave higher ?
"@Johan: Thanks!@Fredrick: Interesting@Oliver: So is it a problem in the way I read the score? I thought (and wikipedia seems to say) that middle C is right under the staff: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/03/Middle_C.png"
Feb 5, 2014
Johan Roeraade replied to Jerry Tremblay's discussion Moonlight Sonata one octave higher ?
"Well, I I just wanted to point out as a curiosity that you can download a copy of the original LVB manuscript from Petrucci . But check the other editions of this sonata on their site. You can find the first edition as well as later ones. And none…"
Feb 5, 2014
Jerry Tremblay replied to Jerry Tremblay's discussion Moonlight Sonata one octave higher ?
"Oliver Newman said:
They all definitely play it as written (fig.1), no octave transpositions. I fired your examples into Sibelius, and have attached the audio from them, as well as embedding YouTube videos of Schnabel and Kempff playing it, which…"
Feb 5, 2014
Jerry Tremblay replied to Jerry Tremblay's discussion Moonlight Sonata one octave higher ?
"@Fredrick: haha@Johan: You're right, I used Guitar Pro to notate it and couldn't find where to put the divided C so put 6/4. And did you mean "download", for Beethoven's original manuscript? (that would be crazy insane)@Oliver: Well, Schnabel to…"
Feb 4, 2014
Johan Roeraade replied to Jerry Tremblay's discussion Moonlight Sonata one octave higher ?
"Fredrick, this is one of your best jokes. I could not stop laughing!
Back to the original question:
First of all, the #1 score you showed is incorrect. The metre is a divided C and not 6/4.
Playing one octave higher? Who is the famous pianist?
Btw;…"
Feb 4, 2014
Jerry Tremblay replied to Irene Pang's discussion Check out my Original Piano Compositions!!
"I checked out Contemplation, great! You got a great looking piano too. Some parts reminded me of "Sometimes I just go for it" by The Used (I am in no way affiliated them, I'm not trying to self-promote) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkRGRmttLW4
Do…"
Apr 17, 2011
Jerry Tremblay replied to Thomas Van Beeck's discussion more than 16 general midi channels, how to?
"Oups. I just noticed that too (in GP5), sorry for the false hopes."
Apr 12, 2011
Jerry Tremblay replied to Thomas Van Beeck's discussion more than 16 general midi channels, how to?
"I've had this problem too, that's actually how I fell on your post through Google, and I've found a solution that can sometimes fit.The above screenshot is using Guitar Pro 5, so I imagine it's similar in GP6, but here's what you can do:(from left…"
Apr 11, 2011
Jerry Tremblay left a comment for Jerry Tremblay
"Thanks Tyler :)"
Apr 11, 2011

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