Ocarina Patapan

The other night I sat alone in my room for an hour and plugged away at trying to learn the flute part from Mannheim Steamroller’s “Patapan” on the iPhone Ocarina. I think I got pretty close.

http://ocarina.smule.com/score.php?mode=Ionian&root=B%208va&pitches=8+8+15+15+13+15+11+10+11+13+10+18+15+20+11+20+10+19++10+11+10+7+8+10+11+10+8+10+11+13+15+17+15+15+13+15+13+11+10+18+10+11+10+7+8+10+11+10+11+13+10+17+15+20+10+20+8+17+19&width=14&size=small&title=Pat-a-Pan

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