>-- Thanks a lot to Golbez who helped me correct the tab with close attention and real dedication! --<
For all scores:
There is such a huge variety of instruments playing that I had to take the main ones. It worked very well, only sometimes other instruments take over parts of those instruments who couldn't be included due to MIDI limitation of 7 instruments or PTE limitation of 3 staffs per section.
Pay very close attention to the dynamics and the "Guitar In"s as they vary quite often.
Tempo marks are set as approximate as possible. As humans are not metronome machines, score tempo may differ at some spots, but it's almost possible to play both (*ptb and record) at the same time.
Viola sometimes exceeds the normal fretboard range. You can either set it one octave lower or play with a slight tapping / A.H. when such a note occurs.
Guitar score notes:
m.75: Interlude riff in Viola staff is probably played by a steel-string acoustic guitar. It continues playing, very quietly, and follows the lead of Tarja's melody.
m. 85: Tarja's "Aah"s are displayed in the Viola staffs, to provide a clearer layout and readability.
m. 106: Keyboard notes are not to be seen as single chords. They should create an atmospheric "layer" of sound.
m. 131: Turn the guitar sound from "bass" to "high". (and slightly back again, for the solo)
m. 140: Perform a very soft N.H. on G 12 here and turn tone knob into "high" again.
m. 141: Play the low staccato notes with the (sharp) side of the plek to get a scratchy sound.
m. 145: Chord in Viola staff is probably played with soft sticks on a Xylophone. All chords and low-melody notes in that part are meant as an atmospheric layer of sound (we had that before *g). Low-melody notes in Viola score are probably played by a Cello.
m. 147: Keyboard chord is played with a slight arpeggio.
m. 167: Muted Keyboard notes are what originally should be a Xylophone played with wood sticks.
m. 183: Higher voice is to be sung quieter than the lower one.
m. 195: Keyboard has a short appearance here (arpeggio and some double notes). Couldn't include it due to the limitation.
m. 216: Voice from previous measure sounds into that measure. Haven't included that to avoid unneccessary repetition.
m. 228: Keyboard "emulates" a flute there.
m. 313: As done before Tarja's "Aah"s are displayed in the Viola staffs, to provide a clearer layout and readability.
m. 321: "Aah"s are excluded (are very quiet anyways) and replaced by the soloing Viola.
I would have loved to present you Jukka's amazing drum score as well, but the limitation got in my way. Anyway, PTE playback of drums is not that well... =)
Had to include Trumpet and Horn into the Bass Score due to the limitation to 3 staffs per section.
m. 53: Horn plays that melody only the second time.
m. 148 & 151: The Horn "emulates" a Pan Flute there.
m. 284: Horn should play very powerful here.
m. 300: Drum solo, not transcribed due to the mentioned limitations.