Nice! The piece is actually in B minor and not D major. A dead giveaway is the raised 7th note (A sharp) and the natural D. I can't but help get a feeling like i'm entering a haunted house .. what with those somewhat discordant chords starting bar3
'The Midnight Minuet' ?... it surely can't be a waltz as it's much slower.
I've decided to end this game now. Here is the final score with suggested fingering of the Midnight Menuet in B minor by Håvard Bergene, Chris Capener, Pentti Kotilainen, Marian Kmet, William Tee, Satyajit Kadle, Win Chaivipas, Catherine Livingston and George Karpenkov
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Here is a recording of me playing the Midnight Menuet. I'd wish to spend more time practicing before performing, but unfortunately I'm too occupied with the D05 lessons and work, etc... As good as I can manage in a couple of hours.
Please inform me if you find any errors in the score or if any of you wish to be removed from the credits in the YouTube-movie. For the moment the move is set to "Unlisted", so you have to have the link to watch the movie.)
I wish to thank all partisipants
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