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Piano Games Vol. 1: A Book For Video Game Piano Players

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Andrew Fisher, a music graduate who has studied classic music in Vienna and Chicago, credits most of his musical influence to videogames. He went into the world of music hoping he could contribute and give back to the industry that influenced him so much. He also wanted to create something to create enthusiasm for musical performance for newcomers who feel intimidated by classical pieces. His first steps towards doing so are now available to the public in the form of a book called Piano Games Vol. 1! The book includes multiple arrangements written for piano from NES and SNES games.

Some of the games you’ll find arranged here is Batman for the NES, Super Mario RPG, Tecmo World Wrestling, Earthbound and Final Fantasy IV. It is built up as if you were playing through the levels, with the art in the book taking you through the level as you play the arrangements. There is also a piece written by Daniel Brown featured for experts. Daniel Brown released his Castlevania EP earlier this year. A few hard copies were produced with a poster, but it is now released to the public through a PDF.

You can it download at Bossies.org.

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