Aug 14, 2012
From Lim Heng Swee…
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Category: Animals, Funny, Music
the musician in me has to speak. the interval displayed is a whole step yet the Jaws theme is played in a half step. The upper note (assuming it’s in bass clef and in the key of C) should have a flat before it on each measure. It’s the difference between life and a shark bite. :)
Not to mention the complete lack of articulation and dynamic markings.
I’m pretty sure it’s in treble clef – as it’s a semitone between E and F which means that the above is correct
It looks like E to F which is a half step. Missing clef signs are now life and death.
Not only that, but the rhythm isn’t right at the start – it should be long then short, before going into the even rhythm at the end.
What the hell are you all talking about?
He is talking about a staccato note on the F at the beginning. DUUUUUUUUHHHH duh. DUUUUUUHHH duh. DUH duh DUH duh DUH duh.
Jaws theme, yo.
Treble clef is missing. And it is not just an abrupt change of speed. It is an accelerando followed by an abrupt transition.
I wish i could understand music
@cags, but as I recall, the shark attack music is played on either a cello or double bass, which both read bass clef. At least in my head, I can agree it’s an E and an F, but in bass clef it shows a G and an A rather than either E/F option. It’s definitely not an E and F from treble clef in the movie.
maybe this is music for a different (smaller) shark?
I love piano
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