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Could anybody make or does anybody have the Halo 2 Last Spartan sheet music for the piano. I do not want the orchastral score that is so far avaliable, I want the sheet music just for the piano. If you have the sheet music, or you know where I could get it, please let me know, or send me an email because I'm not on this site too often. THX. firstname.lastname@example.org
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This is the song "Machines and Might" from the Halo: Legends Original Soundtrack.
Like many other songs that I make sheet music for, this is done by ear! The chords, though, were something that I have already been provided with, as seen when I did the "Sacred Icon Suite 2."
The sheet music may seem a little strange, and it may very well be off. But I tried my best to get it as accurate to the actual song, while still being able to play with two hands.
Also, to make the song easier, you can play most of the 16th notes as 8th notes instead (except the arpeggios in measures 13 through 20).
Anyway, I have provided the midi, the pdf, and the MuseScore (.mscz) file. Enjoy!
Editor's Note: To open the score, use the free MuseScore reader.
This is the song "Sacred Icon Suite 2" from the Halo: Legends Original Soundtrack.
I did this entire song BY EAR. There are many parts to which I am doubtful, but these are mostly the chords. The sheet music, though, sounds pretty decent. There are parts in which I wanted to put dynamic markings, but the program that I used, MuseScore, would have messed it up a little (like at measure 21, the top hand should be piano, and the bottom hand should still be forte).
Nonetheless, I here is the sheet music, as well as a midi and the MuseScore (.mscz) file to "Sacred Icon Suite 2" from the Halo: Legends Original Soundtrack. Enjoy!
Yes, I know that Unyielding has already been done before, but when that version is played it seems too 'shallow' and 'dry'. Could someone perhaps make a 'richer' version of it?