What notes do i hit to play the michael myers (halloween) songon the xylophone?

I was sorta thonking it was Eflat then bflat twice, but i don't know

also is the piano and the xylophone the same

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Here's a version in C minor:

    G-C-C

    G-C-C

    G-C-Ab-C

    (repeat)

    Eb-Ab-Ab - below the previous C

    Eb-Ab-Ab

    Eb-Ab-Fb-Ab

    (repeat, then back to top)

    The xylophone sounds the same pitch as the piano except up an octave from where it is notated. Written middle C on the piano sounds like middle C, but the same note written on the xylophone sounds like C5 (up an octave).

    Source(s): DMA in composition
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  • Stella
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    4 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    Notes on any instrument don't change. Middle C on a Cello Middle C on a piano and so on and on. This belongs in the other music section. I don't know what melody you'd be refering to, but I doubt it's Eb then Bb Bb. Just think Dit dot dot, not very horrish and especially because Bb is the fifth of Eb and that's very consonant

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  • 1 decade ago

    I sorta thonk tha tis is nuffin to do wiv classical music.

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  • jason
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    3 years ago

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