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Classical Broon's Bane Style

Robert Ridgeway (1351) · [archive]
Style: Rock/Pop · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 160
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6

This d minor piece is originally in the meter of 6/8 or 3/4 depend on how you view it. Due to the limitations of the wholenote composer i adapted the piece to 4/4 meter. I have tried to enter pieces in 3/4 meter but haven't had much luck, even though the composer shows it. Keep this in mind when listening to the piece. I think it sounds not bad.

The piece is divided into three sections on the next three pages. The piece is made up mostly eight and quarter notes.

If you view the piece in 6/8, for example, the first measure of the G m6 the g in the bass line is for 5 beats and a for 1. The melody line 1(d) 2(d) 3(Bb) 4(e) 5 & 6(d).

If you view it in 3/4 meter the G m6 in first measure would have G on the first beat and hold until the 2 ah in the bass line. The melody line would be 1(d) and(d) ah(Bb), 2(e) and(d) ah.
Classical Broon's Bane Style