The Witcher is one of my favorite book and video game series. It’s currently tied for my favorite video game series with Kingdom Hearts and Dark Souls. In any case, music is always very important to me.
This piece has been in my repertoire for almost 2 years, but I never deemed it “upload worthy”. Always thought that there was something to improve (even now).
I’m glad how it turned out and hope you enjoy the piece as well 🙂
I’m lazy today, so I’ll just paste the description from YouTube. Also, sorry for not being in a video for once that’s on my channel 😛
Second of Four (original five, but one video won’t be uploaded) videos from the concert on the 20th of January of our Jazz Ensemble
— “It’s Only a Paper Moon” written by Harold Arlen and published in 1933, with lyrics by E. Y. Harburg and Billy Rose; originally composed by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman. Arranged by us —
Thanks to Luzia von Wyl for all her help!
Hey guys, sorry for taking so long to upload a new video.
The original plan was to upload one last week, but then I messed up the recordings and wasted an hour, which annoyed me… *slightly*
Anyways, I have a few videos ready now, so I should be able to upload new videos the next 2-3 weeks. No hints as to what yet 😉
I played through FFX quite a while ago, ’bout a year now. Upon playing it the first time, this song was stuck in my head. Found the sheets and started practicing after I’d beat the game. Final Fantasy X deserves the praise it gets. Nonetheless, it’s still overhyped.
I know, that was quite fast. Since I was in the mood for recording; I thought I’d upload this, as a “why not?” kind of thing 😛
This all started with me messing around with FF X’s Prelude, which I then fiddled around with until it was as close to Final Fantasy I’s prelude without searching for the actual sheets. Final Fantasy I and II: Dawn of Souls is what got me into the Final Fantasy frenzy, but I quit at FF IV, jumped back in for half of VIII, then left and came back for FFX. Now I’m gone from FF again; don’t ask me when I’ll return. Maybe I’ll play VII once it releases on Steam, to judge if it’s really as good (or bad) as everybody says…
You know what’s sad? I took about 5 years to beat Final Fantasy 1. I didn’t know that I had to go back to the Chaos Temple after having gotten all 4 Crystals, instead I was in the “Waterfall dungeon” or whatever, with 50 floors; manage to go through all of them twice. Suffice it to say: Chaos was a huge joke 😛