CP Series #36 [Night of the Living Sled III Sheet Music]

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Hiya!

Welcome back, today I bring you the sheet music to the final part of the Night of the Living Sled trilogy!

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This last part is the longest of the 3 films, at over 2 minutes in length. It is playing at the Lighthouse (unfortunately without music). This is also the music used in the Stage play Night of the Living Sled (Live). After a wild goose chase down the Ski Hill the penguins finally think they’ve escaped from the Sled, but it emerges from the snow drift as the film draws to an end. It is my favourite of the three scores, and I’m curious if any inspiration was drawn from Schumann or Bartók, since some of the sections remind me of certain pieces by those composers. This is also the most difficult of the three to play, with a lot of large, quick leaps in the left hand. Once again it is a rough transcription like the first two. Here is the sheet music:

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Here is a video played by Noteflight:

And here is a piano tutorial version played by Synthesia:

I hope you enjoyed this post! Btw all three of the Night of the Living Sled films can be watched on Youtube with the music accordingly.

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\(°0°)/ Stone \(°0°)/

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3 thoughts on “CP Series #36 [Night of the Living Sled III Sheet Music]

  1. This was my favorite song to make out of the three, though all of the Night of the Living Sled songs were fun. The music for all three videos was composed in one day, and were completely improvised on the spot. We went to a local church that had a somewhat out-of-tune piano. The microphones were set up, a laptop with the movies was placed in front of me, and then I just played whatever came to mind while watching the video in realtime. For each movie, I recorded three versions, and then the best parts of each were Frankensteined together to make the final version. It was a very fun freeform experience.

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