We've been working on many music scores, accompanied by chords. However, there are music that we find it hard to 'crack' the chords. So we decided to put them up, without chords (yet), because the music is still superb, and worth it to be played.
Auguste from Chevalier d'Eon is one of Ooshima Michiru's work that I worked about a year ago, along with "Prologue" from Yuujou, that I am still failed to work on chords. If one day I can find out the chords, I will make an announcement, and update this page with a link for the sheet with chords. Until that day, you have to be satisfied with this minimalist version first. I am very sorry about that. m( _ )m
The original sounds of this music is violin (main sound), along with violin, harp, cello, and possibly bass. Very close to say, it might be a chamber rather than an orchestra. So it is very possible to perform this music in a small group, such as a school performance or music performance at cosplay meeting.
The sound is very sweet. I watched the anime quite long time ago, and never refreshed; but I think the first time I heard it when it showed Auguste also for the first time. It is very romantic, very beautiful, and I think the music is full of love.
The difficult part for the main sound (solo) is bar 34 to the last bar, which has lot changes of time signatures. If this is played by beginner violinist, the A" part to end, will definitely not easy because it is higher one octave. I suggest the beginner to keep everything on the main octave. For confronting the changing of various time signatures, here is my tip: keep counting the time in your head, if it is difficult, write the "time number" on your sheet. For example, when facing 4/4 then 2/4, 2/4, 5/4, 4/4, write the number on each bar (as beats):
1 2 3 4 | 1 2 | 1 2 | 1 2 3 4 5 | 1 2 3 4 |
don't forget to make it fit on the respective notes, so you will be on the right beat.
If you still unable to manage, ask your friend or mentor, or anyone who master music notation theories, to help you working on this.
If you are still beginner and Beginner-Intermediate whom already studied some types of notes especially the quaver notes, the easiest way to play is by doing Part A, A', B, and return to Part A and A'. But if you are in Intermediate, you can try Part A, A', B, and Part A" with lower octave. For Intermediate-Expert player, you can try to play as it is or even make your own arrangement.
So good luck, happy holidays, and E N J O Y!!!
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Supplement: tenshi.ru (find the folders: anime-ost/Chevalier/OST/)
Download page: here (no chords)
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