Please Watch My New Piano Song!




About: R.I.P. James Owen Sullivan Aka The Rev Drummer For Avenged Sevenfold February 10, 1981 - December 28, 2009 "Dear God, I pray James "The Rev" Sullivan is in a little piece of heaven in the afterlife making t...

Intro: Please Watch My New Piano Song!

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      7 years ago on Introduction

      dang it dosent work sorry i herd it is really good could you fix it thanks

      amazing 5 stars faved subscribed  the best song iv ever heard in my life piano or not!!!!   amazing can i get it on itunes!?!?!?!?!

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      They are pretty much the same...the bass is just an octave lower. High notes (using the register key) is much more difficult on the bass (especially if the instrument is of poor quality), but they're pretty much the same. I suppose your fingers/ keys move faster on the regular one just because it's smaller.

      All in all, the regular one gets the better (harder) parts because they play the melodies, whereas the bass gets the boring "bass" part, which is generally simple and oh so boring.  

      They look different, but they play the same. I liked the bass clarinet better because it sounds nicer and doesn't squeal in as high of pitch.


      Oh okay. Cuz I'm in school band. I play snare, but I have been playing the set for 3 years. I will send you a link to one of my solo's (at home). But yeah, the teacher gave regular clarinets a bass clarinet parts (eh? Odd, huh?). He sung the bass clarinet and he sang it like

      "Boom bop boom bop boom bop boom bop"

      Sounded boring considering the regular bass part players when like

      "Doo doo doodely doo doo dee doo dee doo dow bom pop."

      Or something really cool haha


      Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

      Thanks! Yes, I do see that I show promise. I can feel that. I work for almost an hour each time I sit down at the piano. I just improvise, and everything sounds good, but doesn't fit with what I have in previous ideas. So from the beginning of writing to yesterday, probably almost took a year of work.


      Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

      the way Jazz musicians did / do it, they have someone play a simple repetitive background piece, and improvise off of that....taking excursions and creating riffs, but always returning to the main theme.

      Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

      And now that I was finally able to load and listen to a portion of the piece, I see you have done this, in a simplified way.  It is a great start.

      8 years ago on Introduction

       I like your song very much but i dont now how to tell where is wrong...


      8 years ago on Introduction

      I watched it!


      (Should have been a forum topic so I'll not click a rating)