Ah Doe may seem quiet these days.
The truth is: Ah Doe has been extremely busy!!!
Working, travelling, cooking, being crazy, planning things and also transcribing music scores.
The reason why I weren’t sharing most of these songs is because they might not be that popular.
For instance, there was this request from a harmonica player who requested me to transcribe a fairly challenging piano accompaniment part of a song called “Mitzva”.
This is what that reader wrote to me:
I downloaded some of your work and they have much higher standard than many others which I downloaded. Over the past 15 years, I have been doing my song arrangement using Sibelius, but in all these cases, I either have a full score or some partial score which I can adapt the musical ideas. Now I have a song called Mitzva (by Maurice Arnold in 1961, composed for Tommy Reilly) that I would like to generate its score. The recording here is played by the famous Norwegian harmonica virtuoso Sigmund Groven, accompanied on piano.
And this is what I transcribed:
Click on the audio link below to listen to the demo of the piano sheet arrangement:
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