"This cover's almost perfect! I know I say I don't strive for perfection, and I don't, but it's still really cool if things go as they should. ;)
This very satisfying theme by Kozue Ishikawa isn't particularly difficult to play, and rather simple to learn. It's all about consistency, and here's the thing: I'm not good at that. Usually I'd hit some unintended keys here and there, or fall out of the rhythm for a few beats... but not this time! When born_ego's mother listened to my performance she remarked how solid the rhythm was.
One part that IS difficult is the one after the sustained note. That F-Fis-G-C-B-F-G sequence is really quite fast, and was tricky to learn. But once it got into my muscle memory, this wasn't much of a problem either.
I will probably keep playing this from time to time, as it's so satisfying to me. I hope it's not only satisfying to play, but also to listen to!
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