“Crossing Field” is a song by Japanese singer LiSA and was released as her 2nd single. Learn how to play it on piano with this tutorial!
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“Crossing Field” was used as the opening theme song for the first 14 episodes of the Anime series “Sword Art Online” and was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan!
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Hey everyone, sorry for the lack of updated lately, I have been very busy in the last few weeks, and I couldn’t find the time to complete my new sheet.
But today, I finally managed to complete it! Here’s my piano cover of Unravel – the opening song of Tokyo Ghoul!
There are countless piano covers of Unravel on youtube already, but only very few of them are full versions and until today, I couldn’t find a piano sheet of the full version yet – that’s why I decided to make a full piano cover. I might be a bit late to the party, but better late than never.
I am pretty sure it’s been a while since I made a transcription with such a high difficulty level. It belongs to my top 3 most difficult transcriptions I ever made, right after “My Dearest” and “Kuusou Mesorogiwi”, mainly because of the very fast speed and the fast jumps in the left hand.
This piece also requires very good hand coordination, because there are many complicated rhythms in this sheet.
It took me longer than usual to learn this piece, but I think it’s worth the effort, especially the “guitar-riffs” in the beginning sounds great on the grand piano.
Another fun fact: This is one of my few transcriptions, which is 99,9% completely true to the original song. I decided to not add any ‘original material’ because the song is amazing enough on its own.
Well then, that would be everything from me!
My next upload will be Kancolle related!
Until then –
(Btw, initially I wanted to upload this video on this friday, but I since I am a bit superstitious, I decided to publish the video earlier to avoid friday, the 13th.)