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Post by maggiekedves Fri Apr 25, 2008 7:51 am

thomandy wrote:I understand exactly what you mean Smile One of my biggest "dreams" is to play some of the hard zelda songs, that is REALLY nostalgic for me. But at the moment they are to dificult, and at a to high tempo.

I know how to play Indiana Jones Razz

I just bought a Zelda for the kids in the family... I guess I should check it out what kind of music it has...

I actually went and looked for it
Tons of Sheet Music with midi files on http://www.gamemusicthemes.com/sheets.html

I listened to Zelda's Lullaby that was very pleasant...which is the hard one you like?
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Post by Thomandy Fri Apr 25, 2008 8:37 am

maggiekedves wrote:
I just bought a Zelda for the kids in the family... I guess I should check it out what kind of music it has...
That is great, if they like it. For me that game has brought me some great moments in life. It still means alot, but mostly because of the nostalgy since the games, zeldagames that is realeased now are very easy since I know the series so well Smile


maggiekedves wrote:
I actually went and looked for it
Tons of Sheet Music with midi files on http://www.gamemusicthemes.com/sheets.html

I listened to Zelda's Lullaby that was very pleasant...which is the hard one you like?

This video covers some of them. Its listed with point of apperance in the =_more info_=
The best ones in this video are:

Zelda Theme 0:20
Lost woods 5:30
Zelda's lullaby 6:26
Kakariko village 7:22

But the rest also, is nice to listen to =)



This one covers some of the same ones and som others:
The first one you see here, tha really hard one I would really like to play. But it is really dificult.

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Post by maggiekedves Fri Apr 25, 2008 4:36 pm

thomandy wrote:

This video covers some of them. Its listed with point of apperance in the =_more info_=
The best ones in this video are:

Zelda Theme 0:20
Lost woods 5:30
Zelda's lullaby 6:26
Kakariko village 7:22

But the rest also, is nice to listen to =)

Im getting to like more and more the lullaby Smile and that is not that hard to play as I looked at the sheet music.
Well that difficult one seems like a pretty challanging one... especially with that smashing the piano type of intro... geek
Too bad that the cameraman went crazy, I got seriously seasick after a minute or so.
I didnt know there is such a serious musical background for a game. Im used to the basic kind of Mario, always the same monoton music. Smile

That is already your second big project Smile you for sure wont be bored this summer...
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Post by VictorCS Fri Apr 25, 2008 5:26 pm

I actually have bad memoriesfrom Zelda, my budy and I went to his buddy so we could play Zelda,
but usually I never was allowed to play, and my buddy usually played our 90% of the time....

But I have a ton of videogames, and especially songs from Final Fantasy, theyre just great.
I just hate I cant finish a ong before I head to a new one.
But I got so much to do and so little time, If I'm lucky I got 70 years left...

But I've improved alot from last year Smile
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Post by maggiekedves Fri Apr 25, 2008 5:37 pm

VictorCS wrote:I actually have bad memoriesfrom Zelda, my budy and I went to his buddy so we could play Zelda,
but usually I never was allowed to play, and my buddy usually played our 90% of the time....

But I have a ton of videogames, and especially songs from Final Fantasy, theyre just great.
I just hate I cant finish a ong before I head to a new one.
But I got so much to do and so little time, If I'm lucky I got 70 years left...

But I've improved alot from last year Smile

Well you are a grown man now so you can forget these sour memories and only remember the fun part Cool
Oh yes I know what you mean... I have enough sheet music for 2 lifetimes farao
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Post by zeroflash Fri Apr 25, 2008 7:20 pm

@maggie

2 lifetimes. Very Happy that's a lot... Very Happy

@ Victor

Wow! you play FF and videogame songs as well! Smile I love those soundtracks! Keep on practicing. ^^

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Post by Thomandy Fri Apr 25, 2008 8:19 pm

maggiekedves wrote:
thomandy wrote:

This video covers some of them. Its listed with point of apperance in the =_more info_=
The best ones in this video are:

Zelda Theme 0:20
Lost woods 5:30
Zelda's lullaby 6:26
Kakariko village 7:22

But the rest also, is nice to listen to =)

Im getting to like more and more the lullaby Smile and that is not that hard to play as I looked at the sheet music.
Well that difficult one seems like a pretty challanging one... especially with that smashing the piano type of intro... geek
Too bad that the cameraman went crazy, I got seriously seasick after a minute or so.
I didnt know there is such a serious musical background for a game. Im used to the basic kind of Mario, always the same monoton music. Smile

That is already your second big project Smile you for sure wont be bored this summer...

Now I get the chance to inlighten you. Very Happy

Mario got some of the greatest composition in musicmaking history. What tune is the tune that EVERYONE(almost) in the whole wide world can hum(or wistle) its mario. Only a genious can make music like that. And Koji Kondo, who is the gamingindustrys best and most known composer has done allmost all, if not all.. The mario compositions. The reason for the "monotone" sound you might assosiate with Mario, is that the datatecknology was really bad in the late 80s compare to now. But I will show you that the mariotunes, that mostly does 200 in tempo with 8ths and 16th notes, are all a work of a genious. Most of Mario and Zelda and many more got much more tecknikal difficultyes than manymany classical peaces.

So look up some of the sheets to mariothemes, and you will se that they are greater and harder than you might imagine

If you want - http://www.gamemusicthemes.com/

Check out the difficulty grade on this site - Ex - Nintendog 64 - Mario - Princess secret slide sheets - At at tempo of 200ish - thats insane Razz


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Post by Thomandy Fri Apr 25, 2008 8:21 pm

VictorCS wrote:I actually have bad memoriesfrom Zelda, my budy and I went to his buddy so we could play Zelda,
but usually I never was allowed to play, and my buddy usually played our 90% of the time....

But I have a ton of videogames, and especially songs from Final Fantasy, theyre just great.
I just hate I cant finish a ong before I head to a new one.
But I got so much to do and so little time, If I'm lucky I got 70 years left...

But I've improved alot from last year Smile

Im a bit like that myselfe. Therfor I have manly tryed shorter songs. Usually 2 pages. And only fur elise that is "Long"
It is 4pages - But now, tomorrow I will start on a 5 page long composition Smile
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Post by maggiekedves Sat Apr 26, 2008 4:47 pm

thomandy wrote:

Now I get the chance to inlighten you. Very Happy

Mario got some of the greatest composition in musicmaking history. What tune is the tune that EVERYONE(almost) in the whole wide world can hum(or wistle) its mario. Only a genious can make music like that. And Koji Kondo, who is the gamingindustrys best and most known composer has done allmost all, if not all.. The mario compositions. The reason for the "monotone" sound you might assosiate with Mario, is that the datatecknology was really bad in the late 80s compare to now. But I will show you that the mariotunes, that mostly does 200 in tempo with 8ths and 16th notes, are all a work of a genious. Most of Mario and Zelda and many more got much more tecknikal difficultyes than manymany classical peaces.

So look up some of the sheets to mariothemes, and you will se that they are greater and harder than you might imagine

If you want - http://www.gamemusicthemes.com/

Check out the difficulty grade on this site - Ex - Nintendog 64 - Mario - Princess secret slide sheets - At at tempo of 200ish - thats insane Razz

Thanks for enlighten me Smile My kid actually wants me to play the Mario theme, he saw a Japanese guy do it real fast and insane... I told him he can learn it too I hope he does eventually.

I also admitted I dont know these games... so for sure I will check them out now... that Im getting more interested in Zelda too ...

Oh nooooo you gave me one more thing to collect.... you are not ashamed of yourself?!? lol!
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Post by Thomandy Sat Apr 26, 2008 6:11 pm

Hehe... I got a big colection of zeldagames Razz From the first one, and til now. Guess my colection is woth quite some money. But I wont sell, hehe Smile And, nope... Not ashamed Wink And you are right, zeldas Lullaby is REALLY nice. You should learn it, then you can play it for your kid at bedtime Smile
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Post by maggiekedves Sat Apr 26, 2008 7:37 pm

thomandy wrote:Hehe... I got a big colection of zeldagames Razz From the first one, and til now. Guess my colection is woth quite some money. But I wont sell, hehe Smile And, nope... Not ashamed Wink And you are right, zeldas Lullaby is REALLY nice. You should learn it, then you can play it for your kid at bedtime Smile

Well I better just learn it and record it for him... if he see the keyboard there is no way you can convince him to sleep he would play on it all day if I would let him. ( Mostly trying all the settings - he is a big computer wiz clown ) I started to look at what he is doing on my keyboard when he set the built-in melody for 3 times of the speed. I told him he better be able to set it back unless.... Smile

Im sure he would enjoy listening such thing, from the time he was very little I put him to sleep with classical music like Mozart or Chopin. He has absolute hearing so he hums back the pitches perfectly even though many times that is the first time he listens to the music. It is funny watching him play certain games on the computer he is a humming bird while racing or doing other fun stuff.

I tried to teach him for piano but he is not really listening to me( Im his mother you know lol! I think I will need to find an actual teacher if I want him to play. ( which I for sure want tongue )
Once we borrowed teachyourself Piano cd from the library, he was playing with it and 1 month later he told me something about sharps and flats... I was impressed. Anyway thats enough from my mother-pride
lol!
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Post by Thomandy Sun Apr 27, 2008 11:23 am

Its great youre impressed with your son Very Happy

And I read somwhere that often parents ruins for their kids because they want to teach them piano by themeselfe. So I guess its smart of you as you say, to maby get a teacher Smile But then I think, if you gona put money into teaching, a real or digital piano is the way to go?!

Dont know for sure, but?! Maby anyone got an idea about that? =)
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Post by Admin Andrew Sun Apr 27, 2008 11:47 am

Yea, i'd say anywhere after 6 years old you can start lessons, just make sure it's the right teacher, think of how important he enjoys music? Is this a critical thing you want him to do well in for life? If it's that important don't just take any old teacher, be PICKY ....VERY picky, spend lots of time getting to know at least 3 different teaching if not more.

You sort of need to play match maker, which teacher will click with your son the best and inspire him to move forward, not hinder and stifle him into quiting.

I want to see the best for him just like you do, there's not much I dislike more than seeing a lovely, smart, gifted child get discouraged by a grumpy old teacher. I pray i never become a grumpy old jaded teacher....*shudders* pale

Anyway! i'm sure you'll make the right call!

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Post by VictorCS Sun Apr 27, 2008 12:31 pm

Make sure not to force your kid into something it dont want, you shall never teach a man how to fish
if he wants to learn how to do farming ( those last words was kinda outside my english league ).
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Post by Thomandy Sun Apr 27, 2008 7:26 pm

VictorCS wrote:Make sure not to force your kid into something it dont want, you shall never teach a man how to fish
if he wants to learn how to do farming ( those last words was kinda outside my english league ).

Hehe, youre getting in on the whole metaforwave Smile Nice! Andrew got plenty of those in his lessons. =)
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Post by maggiekedves Sun Apr 27, 2008 8:54 pm

thomandy wrote:Its great youre impressed with your son Very Happy

And I read somwhere that often parents ruins for their kids because they want to teach them piano by themeselfe. So I guess its smart of you as you say, to maby get a teacher Smile But then I think, if you gona put money into teaching, a real or digital piano is the way to go?!

Dont know for sure, but?! Maby anyone got an idea about that? =)

Actually we have an upright piano which is about 100 years old but we dont want to move it to Arizona so it will wait for us until we move back to Salt Lake in a couple of years till then we perfect ourselves on the keyboard Smile and maybe a piano in the school. I do understand and know the difference but you do what you need to go and what your money allows you too. Smile
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Post by maggiekedves Sun Apr 27, 2008 8:57 pm

thomandy wrote:
VictorCS wrote:Make sure not to force your kid into something it dont want, you shall never teach a man how to fish
if he wants to learn how to do farming ( those last words was kinda outside my english league ).

Hehe, youre getting in on the whole metaforwave Smile Nice! Andrew got plenty of those in his lessons. =)

Yes we are surrounded by philosopher lol! Is this the effect of Andrew ?? scratch afro
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Post by maggiekedves Sun Apr 27, 2008 9:04 pm

VictorCS wrote:Make sure not to force your kid into something it dont want, you shall never teach a man how to fish
if he wants to learn how to do farming ( those last words was kinda outside my english league ).
You know he is only 7 ( going to turn 8 in August) and he want different things every minute of the day. So it is really hard to decide he really wants to learn or he just wants to play with my new keyboard lol! changing the settings and stuff.
He was the one actually asking me to teach him and I bought a primer level kids book.
When I tried to show him how to do the fingering and he was reading a song from the kids book he got bored of it in 5 minutes. Then he looked at the scale picture I posted here with the staff and keys in it and realized he would need to study that and he stopped concentrating.
The only thing he wanted to do is randomly push keys all over. The only thing which keep his attention is the computer or commercials on the TV.
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Post by Thomandy Sun Apr 27, 2008 9:51 pm

Maggie, parhaps you shold keep the books away just for now. Teach him Really simple melodylinesongs, or just one song. And dont bother with the fingering... That isnt so important just yet I think Smile
Then when He wants the help, he will ask! I am sure Very Happy

What comercial is his favourite? Or computersound? Teach him somthing he can easly relate to, then when he mastars those, he might get more willing to learn "theory"=)
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Post by maggiekedves Sun Apr 27, 2008 10:04 pm

thomandy wrote:Maggie, parhaps you shold keep the books away just for now. Teach him Really simple melodylinesongs, or just one song. And dont bother with the fingering... That isnt so important just yet I think Smile
Then when He wants the help, he will ask! I am sure Very Happy

What comercial is his favourite? Or computersound? Teach him somthing he can easly relate to, then when he mastars those, he might get more willing to learn "theory"=)

He is sitting right here and Im asking him lol!
The answer is: music of Need for Speed king How about that for an answer Razz
Probably you are right with the fingering and Im not an expert on teaching either.
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Post by Thomandy Thu May 01, 2008 1:18 pm

Hehe.. Find the scores for need for speed Wink Maby the righthand theme isnt so hard Smile I dont know Razz
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Post by VictorCS Thu May 01, 2008 3:39 pm

What need for speed? And what song in that need for speed?
That's just too much to really have an answer...

Better ask him about something on tv, what does he usually watch etc,
and find the sheets for the theme. Back in my time it was turtles.


About the fingering, I was proud when I managed to play something with only my indexfinger,
I doubt fingering is the worst problem right now.

EDIT: I was just thinking "I want a big grand when I get my own house",
so to buy a grand is one of my goals.
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Post by maggiekedves Thu May 01, 2008 4:28 pm

VictorCS wrote:What need for speed? And what song in that need for speed?
That's just too much to really have an answer...

Better ask him about something on tv, what does he usually watch etc,
and find the sheets for the theme. Back in my time it was turtles.

Well that is a good question and the main problem is with this is:
He has 2-3 soundtrack CDs of Need for speed games... they are like hard rock songs... I dont think I would bother try to play them... lol! plus if I ask him 5 minutes later he answers something completely different... he is definitely undecided geek
He loves advertisements... I bet he would say he likes their music ... well turtles are in the movie theater now and not as popular as in the old times. I better try a Jingle Bells or Mary had a little lamb scratch
He will get a Nintendo 64 for his own plus we will spend the whole summer in Hungary so Im sure his intentions about the piano are postponed...
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Post by Thomandy Thu May 01, 2008 4:45 pm

maggiekedves wrote:
He will get a Nintendo 64 for his own plus we will spend the whole summer in Hungary so Im sure his intentions about the piano are postponed...

Do you want to buy cheep nintedo64 games. I got plenty of them Smile Packagedeal?!!
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Post by maggiekedves Thu May 01, 2008 5:53 pm

thomandy wrote:
maggiekedves wrote:
He will get a Nintendo 64 for his own plus we will spend the whole summer in Hungary so Im sure his intentions about the piano are postponed...

Do you want to buy cheep nintedo64 games. I got plenty of them Smile Packagedeal?!!
Sure why not lets talk about it in private Wink
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