Kesenai Tsumi 消せない罪 (鋼の連金術師 OST)

Hi all,

This is actually my very first video i posted on youtube. I finally got my time to work on the sheet music on this piece, thats why i make a post on this blog now. Playing this Kesenai Tsumi is fun. This arrangement is short enough and it doesn't get too repetitive. However, please take caution when practicing this piece:
Kesenai Tsumi 消せない罪 (鋼の連金術師 OST)  
"Although the accompaniment seems easy, but it can be quite tiring to play. It imitates the bass and drum of the band at the same time"
Kesenai Tsumi is the the 1st ending of an anime, Full Metal Alchemist. It is quite an old anime now, but i think the drawing style can be considered quite modern and up to date with the latest anime. It was sung by Nana Kitade.

Tips on practicing this piece:
1. Practice the left hand first. The left hand repetition can be very tiring. To avoid feeling tired, you have to ensure that you relax your hand every one bar. This is similar to swimming, when you need to take a breathe every now and then, your muscle need to take a breathe too. If you tense up all the time, your muscle will give up somewhere in the middle.
2. Right hand part is quite straight forward, just make sure that the coordination between right and left are good.
3. Slow practice. It is important to always begin slow, this will ensure your body have enough time to absorb everything it needs to do.

You can watch the video here.

The sheet music can be downloaded here

By Erik Tjahja


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