Oath Sign ~ Fate/Zero




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Published on Nov 18, 2011

Third time playing by ears. Check out the full version at the video response below this video.

Full version music sheet will be available soon at http://josh.agarrado.net/music/anime/

After the last episode of Fate/Stay Night, I never thought of seeing Saber again. Even though Fate/Zero's ending has been determined, it's better than nothing.


~Lesson learned from transcribing this song~
1) Complex accompaniments do not equal to better dynamics. Too much complexity will lose the dynamics, and creates a mess. Sometimes, simple is beautiful.
2) It is not necessary to mimic the original song for best effect. In this case, the transcription is targeting for piano. Therefore, transcribe the song to suit the piano.
3) Do not restrict yourself to certain patterns of arrangement. Open up your mind and let the music flows into you. When you are stuck, it means that you have not free your mind.
4) (For amateurs like me) If you have decided to transcribe a song, it is best not to listen to other transcriptions of the same song until you are done. Or else, those arrangements will stay in your head and you will end up copying. Once you are done, check out what others have done and compare theirs to yours to see how you can improve.
5) It is never too late to learn transcribing a song. Stop thinking that you have no talent. You do not need a lot of musical knowledge. Just some basic theories of chords and you are good to go.


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