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10-10-2010 @ 2:11PM
can someone please tell me what a "sheet music" is? Is it a kind of CD with soundtrack or what?I see plenty of sheet music there - invincible, wotlk, lament, etc. Wondering if i need it or not
10-10-2010 @ 2:13PM
Presumably it's the written music for if you wanted to perform it yourself, rather than being something you can actually listen to. Unless you're a musician I wouldn't worry!
sheet music is basically the notes and words of a particular piece of music, so that you can play it yourself. like if you go to see an orchestra, the musicians are looking at sheet music as they play. Blizz apparently released Lament of the Highborne as sheet music so you could play it on the piano or guitar or whatever.
10-10-2010 @ 3:00PM
Sheet music is the written staff, notes, measures, timing, clef and notation of a given piece of music (gee, that almost made me sound smart!) - here's an example:http://ursispaltenstein.ch/blog/images/uploads_img/classical_music_sheet.jpg
10-10-2010 @ 4:24PM
That's sheet music? Kick ass, couldn't figure out what it was. Thought it was a record, for a minute...
10-10-2010 @ 7:30PM
"Wondering if I need it or not". I found this kinda cute. He needed to know what it was...to know if he needed it or not. :-)
10-10-2010 @ 9:14PM
The highborne sheet music said it was sold at one minute, and then later that it was not. Also, initially, there were 63 items, and then within about 15 minutes i noticed it became 73. Something to be aware of, keep checking the sales page.
10-10-2010 @ 8:53PM
You best be troll'in...oh wait... you're serious. -_-;
10-11-2010 @ 3:12AM
who else is shocked that it sold out so fast!
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