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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Digital piano music, featuring 154 pages and 30 total songs by Disasterpeace, arranged and engraved by David Peacock. Second edition courtesy of Materia Collective.
This product does not include the digital album. Contains identical tracklist/arrangements as physical version. Will be delivered as PDF to email within 1-2 business days after purchasing.
Rich Vreeland, on the Composition
Part of a split electronic EP called West, this piece started with a Spaghetti-Western inspired guitar lick, which became the central motif of the song. Hearing it translated to piano was a bit odd at first, but I think it projects a fresh perspective on a similar idea.
David Peacock, on the Arrangement
Instead of a guitarist loosely playing through this theme, we have a pianist. The arpeggiated harp-like runs came about when I was enjoying the chord progression, and became a recurring motif in the arrangement.
Augustine Mayuga Gonzales, on the Performance
The opening was quite a challenge because it was originally written for an improvised guitar. It was not about trying to recreate the sound of the original instrumentation, but to make it sound like it was meant to be written for solo piano.