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Sunday, June 21, 2009

More Boys Over Flowers Music Sheets!

Posted by Aik at 8:27 AM 19 comments
Titles are listed below. Due to some special reasons, I didn't upload them on 4shared, so please send me an e-mail at aikychien at yahoo dot com and state whether you want package #1 or #2 OR both. Comments left below will not be entertained.

Package #1
So Sad by BOF Instrumental.pdf
Starlight tears by Kim Yoo Kyung.pdf
What Do I Do by Jisun.pdf

Package #2
Wish You Were My Lover by SS501.pdf
Do You Know by Someday.pdf
I Don't Know Anything But Love by Goo Hye Sun.pdf
Missing Heart by AST'1.pdf
My Heart Had A Brain Freeze by A&T.pdf

*If I pass the exam, I'll host a giveaway and everyone who leaves a comment on my blog post (Some Encouragement, Please?) will get an extra entry!

Thanks for your support!

All credits are given to Ashley for providing these sheets. =)

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Featured Musician - Eric Frontière

Posted by Aik at 6:55 AM 3 comments
I received an e-mail by a French musician --- Eric Frontière not long ago. He told me that he had composed some Yiruma-inspired music and asked if I'd like to hear. I listened to one of his pieces, Twinkling Stars and I was instantly touched by his beautiful music!

Twinkling Stars

Eric Frontière says:
" I'm a French pianist who started to share new piano compositions online a few month ago, after I accidentally heard two pieces of Yiruma : "May be" and "River flows in you". Of course I have a musical past, but I don't want to talk about here. I wanted to try to do something in the simple and nice mood Yiruma has.

A few days later, I created a YouTube account, wrote "Twinkling Stars" in one hour, recorded it and put it on an online video. Then, after receiving many nice comments from Yiruma's fans, I started producing several other piano pieces in the next days and weeks. In the last ones, I experienced programming other instruments, along with my piano, as the full orchestra you can hear in the central part of "Evocation of an Epic Day".

Evocation of an Epic Day

My aim is to touch people who see music with fresh ears and eyes, not on an intellectual side. I try to combine a simple, direct music, which speaks to the soul, with a smooth and rich piano arrangement. As my evocative titles can suggest, these music could easily be imagined to support a film scene or a video game. The central part of "Evocation of an Epic Day" is really a tentative to do a RPG-like music. My main video game music influence are Nobuo Uematsu, Koji Kondo, with a taste of Joe Hisaishi for anime music (check my "Awakening of Love"), and John Williams for orchestral film music. I recently put paying links to my sheet music and mp3, in the YouTube video info, for a cheap price that just makes me happy to continue doing what I already like to do!

All my pieces can be listened on my YouTube profile : SoulOFtheMAGICpiano and the sheets and mp3 can be found here: "

-- Eric Frontière, musicien

My comments:

" Eric's compositions are beautiful, melodious and touching. Each piece has its own special charm that influences the heart of the listeners. Eric, you sure have the talent. Keep up your good work! "


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