Tomb Raider Medley
By Player Piano feat. Sonya Belousova - Digital Sheet Music
Product InformationTomb Raider Medley by Player Piano feat. Sonya Belousova - Digital Sheet Music
Tomb Raider Medley digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file.
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10/13/2016 2:29:51 PM
Beautiful arrangement yet feels under-composed
Sonya delivers an enticing arrangement of arguably one of the most famous video games in the modern era. Her delivery of this fine medley is nothing short of amazing (, as can be seen on her and director Tom Grey’s, YouTube channel), but unfortunately the same could not be said about the accuracy and overall score written on the sheet music. Some details one would expect to find on sheet music, that you are led to believe is this complex, is rather strangely arranged or omitted completely. On closer inspection you won’t find any fingering markings throughout the entire score. It’s hard to believe that there aren’t any suggested in an advanced piece of music like this and by an arranger of this caliber. That set aside, pedal markings on the other hand are rather inconsistent and puzzling. One would assume just by listening that pedal is heavily used throughout the piece because of the way so much of the music flows in the same way, but in some places pedal is completely omitted and switches over to plain legato creating a somewhat jarring effect. I do not know if it is written so on purpose or not. One notation in particular is written rather unclear in my opinion. In measure 45 there is a “tr” with a flat sign next to it, marked in between the two hands. I would assume that the trill is between the B flat and C flat in the right hand, but to someone with a different eye than me that may be a lot more confusing. In conclusion this is a rather simple, straight-forward piece of music overall that won’t be challenging for the majority of advanced pianists, but is more suited towards those seeking something enjoyable to learn and that isn’t too technically demanding. Hardcore fans of video game music and Sonya would undoubtedly want to add this to their repertoire!