Mark Fowler

  • Metal Gear Solid - Main Theme

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    Another classic video game theme from Metal Gear Solid - Son's Of Liberty, composed by Harry Gregson-Williams. I love this piece and I have very fond memories of it appearing in the very first MGS game on the Playstation 1. I loved that game very much and I used to turn up the TV really loud when this theme played just so I could listen to it and try to learn it on piano by ear, only now have I managed to be able to learn what I wanted to. Especially the intro which I thought would be impossible to learn by ear.

    Everything you hear is played live in one take, the intro is a Choir 2 and Slow Strings 3 dual voice setting on my Yamaha CP4. This intro was actually an afterthought and never was going to be included in this arrangement, which is my own.

    This video is also to mark the achievement of reaching 100,000 subscribers. I am extremely grateful for your continued support over the years (only took 6 years to get where I am lol). Lets see if I can reach 1,000,000 now ;) tehehe.

    But seriously.....


    Thanks for listening

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