Like you've never heard him before
After months of work listening to the music over and over again,
isolating its various instruments, and cross-checking it against other,
simplified or interpreted transcriptions, it's ready for the public --
and freely available.
"All this hard work has paid off," creator Joseph Karam says on his
web site, "and today, as a tribute to the man who changed the face of
video game music forever, I can proudly present to you a superior,
premium, deluxe sheet music transcription of Koji Kondo's original Super
Mario Bros. compositions from 1985, along with the corresponding midi
So if you're a pianist (or you know someone who is), go check it out -- and good luck. Some of it looks pretty knotty.
But who knows? You might end up as good as this guy.
- Super Mario Bros.
- video game music
- the man who