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 🙂
After having seen the movie, it instantly become one of my favorite movies; the soundtrack is also partially at fault for this 😉
I have been working on other pieces, but I just had to take time to learn this after I found the sheets (thanks to Tomoki Miyoshi for the sheets; http://youtu.be/ECkXv4U4EAs)
I hope you guys enjoy; been a while since I uploaded a “normal” piece; it feels nice after such a long time; I miss it…
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!
Went for a walk outside today, it was quite stormy. It improved my mood though and was quite relaxing. After getting home, I felt like playing – and here we are, with that cheesy weird title 😛
Listen to this again, there’s many things I’d have done different, like NOT playing the left-hand as loud as it is and some other minor stuff, but it’s listenable. This improvising is still a work in progress, so it doesn’t have the same quality as my normal uploads… yet.
On that note, don’t ask me when the next normal upload will be, maybe I’ll do one around the end of this month – WE. SHALL. SEE.