CP Series #17 [Dojo Sheet Music]

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Greetings Ninjas!

Welcome back to another music post! Today I bring you the peaceful music which plays in the Dojo, while you are busy mastering the elements.


SWF: 21

This song was requested by two people. Thank you Guigo Gomes and also JodyJadeTV!

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Remember to leave a request if there is a certain song you want to see next!

This song is in Eb minor, which at 6 flats, I believe has the most flats out of all the CP music I have transcribed (although the C is kept natural so it’s in the Dorian mode). I decided to put the two voices of guitar and flute on a single treble clef staff as to make it a piano arrangement. The melodic line of the flute is the upper voice, with the note stems pointing up, and the guitar is the lower voice with the stems pointing down. There is also a section in the bass clef towards the end of the piece where I used double voicing, the lower being bass and upper being guitar. Here is the sheet music:

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Dojo Sheet

The last 4 measures (37-40) with the note heads that are slashes depict the drum line at the end, although you won’t hear it since I didn’t want to add an extra staff for percussion. Here is a video of Noteflight playing the music:

And here is a piano tutorial version:

Side note: I heard that CPR will be closing in a few days. Shame, it was a pretty good CPPS, though I did not play that often when I did it was always fun. However, that won’t have an effect on this blog, I will continue to transcribe CP music.

I hope you enjoyed this post! This was my player card:

cpr player card
\(°0°)/ Stone \(°0°)/

2 thoughts on “CP Series #17 [Dojo Sheet Music]

  1. I noticed that in the Synthesia version you included a third part with a flute, would it be possible to get the sheet music with the flute part included? I really want to try this with flute and piano. Thank you!

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