Anybody wanna transcribe this?

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  1. ChrisDB

    ChrisDB Banned

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    I know I am asking a lot, and I am really not in the mood to transcribe this whole song, but if you do for some reason, please send it to me in sheet.

    The piece is played by James Morrison and heres the link.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxMT1EdzFoM

    If there's a weird copyright thing or it's just not allowed then just remove the post, anyway thanks if you transcribe it I would really appreciate it.
     
  2. gordonfurr1

    gordonfurr1 Forte User

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    I feel so inadequate.
     
  3. rankamateur

    rankamateur Mezzo Forte User

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    Who is James Morrison?

    Never heard of the blighter!

    No wait.... Is he the supermarket guy?

    'More reasons to shop at Morrisons'
     
  4. ChrisDB

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    I can't believe you!!!! Morrison isn't a super market guy!!!
     
  5. rowuk

    rowuk Moderator Staff Member

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    If you are too lazy, why should we? What kind of excuse is "not in the mood"?

    We learn style by transcribing. It is one of the basic building blocks of becoming a decent all round trumpeter.
     
  6. Churchman

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    I am not even going to attempt to transcribe that - I'm simply in awe of that though. Accompany myself - that'd be so cool.
     
  7. gordonfurr1

    gordonfurr1 Forte User

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    Van' s brother?
    Door Number Two?
     
  8. rankamateur

    rankamateur Mezzo Forte User

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    I would tend to disagree with you. I would say we'd learn better by emulating this particular performance, i.e. listening to it over and over, then, when you feel it's time, pick up your horn and play along, over and over. It's a language learning technique, obviously without the trumpet.

    Agree the OP is a lazy git though!
     
  9. coolerdave

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    read this again ... and you have a video with clear view of the valves too, kind of gift wrapped.
     
  10. ChrisDB

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    Alright alright I'll do it myself, that way I can improve my building blocks to the language of music!

    Im lazy. Leave me alone, it was kinda like I'm tired and have no time to transcribe the music I like so maybe you guys might help, but it is fine.
     

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