Sunday, February 14, 2016

Happy Valentine's Day -- Debussy's "Clair de Lune" for Melodica Solo

First of all, Happy Valentine's Day!!
I have been really busy since recently due to some Chinese new year events. Hence I did not have time to update the blog and I am sorry about that :P

Anyway, this time I would leave the melodica playing to some mad good Japanese melodica player, and the song is "Clair de Lune" from the classical music composer Debussy.

This song is originally a famous piano solo piece, but as you can see, some crazy youtuber made the complete transcription for this piece. Personally I think this version captures the mood of the original piece really well, it is even up to the point that Debussy would probably composed this song on melodica instead of piano, if the melodica was invented back in his time. Again, you can really see what a melodica can actually do if one really knows how to master the instrument, which is what this blog's mission: to let people see how badass a melodica can be.

I have made an arrangement of this pieces for the beginning part too, maybe I should made a complete arrangement as well. I think this is also a perfect gift for Valentine's Day :) Enjoy!

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