A piano cover of the theme heard at the beginning of the Guild Wars 2 Gamecom 2011 Trailer. Composed by Jeremy Soule. I arranged this one myself; I have also transcribed my arrangement, complete with dynamics, articulations, phrasing and Italian directions. This can be downloaded through the link below: Piano Tutorial + Sheet Music of my Arrangement: www.youtube.com Guild Wars Copyright and Trademark Information: © 2011 ArenaNet, Inc. All rights reserved. NCsoft, the interlocking NC logo, ArenaNet, Arena.net, Guild Wars, Guild Wars Factions, Factions, Guild Wars Nightfall, Nightfall, Guild Wars: Eye of the North, Eye of the North, Guild Wars 2, and all associated logos and designs are trademarks or registered trademarks of NCsoft Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. No copyright infringement intended.

22 thoughts on “Guild Wars 2: Fear Not This Night [Piano Cover + Sheet Music]

  1. I have finished transcribing my arrangement, complete with dynamics, articulations, phrasing and italian directions! I will be arranging a means for you to download it as a .pdf tomorrow; once I have chosen the most beneficial way to do so, in order to ensure that it is eaily accessbile to others in the future, I will provide you with a link.

  2. I have finished transcribing my arrangement, complete with dynamics, articulations, phrasing and italian directions! I will be arranging a means for you to download it as a .pdf tomorrow; once I have chosen the most beneficial way to do so, in order to ensure that it is eaily accessbile to others in the future, I will provide you with a link. Not long to wait now! :)

  3. You can now find the link to the sheet music of my arrangement in the description box above. I really do hope you enjoy playing it; it’s a great piece!

  4. There is now a link to the sheet music of my arrangement in the description box above. I really do hope you enjoy playing it; it’s a great piece!

  5. This is awesome, thank you very much from The Netherlands! Btw could you write a chart how to position your fingers, because I feel sometimes a bit unhandy playing the arrangement. (I am a complete noob in playing the piano an this is my first try :))

  6. Question: Is there a particular measure you’ve discerned that you would repeat from to loop it? or would it just need to be something you play with and listen for the exact point to go back?

  7. I would loop from the very end myself: the last two chords directly beforehand being Ab major and Bb major and then to a C minor chord in root (probably octaves C’s in the left hand, with Eb, G and C just above it in the right). The top note of the right hand is therefore the first note of the starting melody. To make the transition more fluid, you could always add a small descending quaver scale above the Bb chord starting on beat 2, such as G-F-Eb-D-C (this C is the start of the melody).

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