Edition 2 now available, courtesy of Materia Collective! 154 page book containing 13 piano arrangements, a bonus arrangement of 'The Last General' from Hyper Light Drifter, a transcription of 'Panacea', and reductions (simpler versions) of the 13 songs. New version features two additional songs: "Oklahoma" and "St. Valentine." 30 songs in total.
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Disasters for Piano, Second Edition: DIGITAL Sheet Music (PDF)
145 page booklet containing 13 piano arrangements, a bonus arrangement of 'The Last General' from Hyper Light Drifter, a transcription of 'Panacea', and reductions (simpler versions) of the 13 songs. NOT SOLD OUT: materia.to/dfp2BC/materia-store
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Rich Vreeland, on the Composition
This song was written using a single synth sound, so it proved to be a nice piece for translation to the piano. Because the game FEZ leans heavily on its night cycle, this piece features two distinct sections. During the day, critters scurry here and there, going about their business. But come nightfall, they come out to dance. The first section is a bunch of overdubbed improvisations, a tempo.
David Peacock, on the Arrangement
The introduction to this arrangement was created by mimicking and improvising over the original improvised opening. I played around with using the fibonacci series to guide the length of sections. This arrangement formed in the shortest amount of time, with the fewest revisions, I think. I really enjoy Augustine’s performance of the ‘musical bug’ ornamental phrases at the end.
Augustine Mayuga Gonzales, on the Performance
If I had to pick a favorite of the album, this would be it. The overall effect of this piece always leaves me calm and relaxed. Remember to keep your hands soft and let the melody “play itself”.