Outskirter unmasked

• Jul 2, 2012 - 18:37

I swore to myself I wouldn't do this, but finally decided to show you one of my scores, "Ghost Bumps". The piece itself is one of my oldest, but about a month ago I transcribed it with MuseScore 1.2. Regarding the title, I'm not sure what I was thinking back then; maybe it was in anticipation of Halloween, which was still a couple of months off.

The Zip file, if you care to download it, contains the piece as an MP3. I saved the score in Wave Audio format, then used a utility to convert it to an MP3. You'll hear the piece with the soundfont I usually use for piano: Giga Piano.

Attachment Size
Ghost_Bumps.mscz 4.51 KB
Ghost_Bumps.zip 1.67 MB


In reply to by drawingisdead

Thank you! I wouldn't be the one to play it, however, as I'm not good enough on the keyboard to play the right-hand part fluently. Until I discovered MuseScore, the only instrument I could play fairly well was the classical guitar; now the computer is quickly taking its place. Caution: This computer program is addictive! ;)

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