Let's write a song one note at a time

Let's write a song one note at a time
#1
Let's write a song one note at a time
i'll start: C
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#2
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
Down a perfect fourth after one beat.
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#3
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
Up to the B right below the initial C after one and a half beats.
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#4
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
Immediately another C
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#5
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
A (note length to taste)
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#6
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
A m7
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#7
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
Ab for one beat
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#8
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
Rolled C# diminished for 1.5 beats
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#9
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
At the same time, a minor third beneath but held only for 1 beat.
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#10
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
http://picosong.com/ZVQp/

I don't know how to play piano, tell me what to fix
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#11
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
random piano thing

this piano thing
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#12
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
That is sounding distressingly like an acceptable piece, especially in Kaynato's rendition. Well done all?

F#, one beat.

(also Sleepy thank you for this evening's "thing to play out the window to the ever-irritating loudmouths on the balcony" I think it went down well)
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#13
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
One major third above, three-quarters of a beat after the onset of the F#, lasting for one quarter beat.
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#14
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
So acceptable?
E# for 5 beats, because let's screw up time as well.
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#15
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
A# above the E# but within one octave, one beat into the E# and lasting for a single beat.
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#16
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
C, after the A# ends but before the E# ends.
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#17
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
Staccato high B flat
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#18
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
Staccato higher B flat.
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#19
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
Staccatissimo highest B flat on a standard piano.
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#20
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
Glissando from that to the lowest B flat on a standard piano.
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#21
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
While still holding the lowest Bb, play the A right below it fortissimo.
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#22
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
Within three beats, complete a diminished arpeggio right past middle C but no more than one note past.
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#23
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
All of the notes so far, but shifted up an octave and twice as fast.
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#24
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
The first three chords of the piano rendition of THE GRAND GATE OF KIEV by Modest Mussorgsky, in C sharp major.
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#25
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
C# C..
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