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Here's the .pdf, .mp3, and .sib (Sibelius 6) files for a transcription of the piano part to 'Pounding the Pavement' from 'Mombasa Streets' on the Halo 3: ODST soundtrack.

It's not 100% perfect, especially the chords in measures 6 and 28.

If anyone wants one, I could put together a percussion transcription.
As for the Alto part, it's essentially a solo over a concert Gb, I believe.

Enjoy, and let me know what you think!

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Hi all,

Here is the song 'Swift, Strong, Brave' from the Halo: Reach track 'Overture' arranged for a marching band.

It's actually a bit too slow to march, but it could be played as a pep tune...

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Here is my transcription of 'Splash (Marathon)'. There are two different arrangements that I made: one of them is as a piano solo, and the other is a 'full' arrangement for three synths, one piano, and a drum set. For both arrangements, there are .pdf, .mp3, .mid, and .sib files.

Hope you like it!

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"Flippant", from Bungie's game Marathon.

Some notes about this arrangement:
a. Was scored using Sibelius
b. Arranged for Drum Set, Piano, Flute/Voice, Violoncello
c. Included files: .mid, .mp3, .pdf, .sib (Sibelius).

Let me know what you think!

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The Halo-Dragon provided the notes for this arrangement. All I did was use Finale NotePad 2004 to put it into a simpler time signature: 3/4.

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