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Come Little Children sheet music by Dogman15 Come Little Children sheet music by Dogman15
This is sheet music of (the vocal part of) "Come Little Children", specifically the version arranged by Kate Covington, which is being used in the soon-to-be-famous "Children of the Night" animation, being done by :iconanima-dos:. (I did not transcribe Kate's instrumental part, but I bet I could recreate it if I had access to a program like Cubase.)

Music is by James Horner, lyrics by Brock Walsh, or maybe John Debney or even Edgar Alan Poe. More info here: firstnightmarenight.blogspot.c…

See a sneak peek at their progress here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=53QXDy…
And watch an animatic with the song playing here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-
Watch the final animation here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=jW5n3k…
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ShadowPrentice 2 days ago  Student Traditional Artist
You are a livesaver thank you! You wouldn't happen to know where I could find the left hand for it would you?
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:icondogman15:
For the left hand, I just make up stuff based on the chords. If you need me to elaborate on that, I can, but I wrote the chords in.
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PreciousEyes Apr 6, 2014  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Loving the help! I'm not trying to be bratty or snobby but, don't you think that the e after the c should be an e sharp? I tried it and it flowed more in my opinion. PS. omg I'm so glad I found this! Squeeeeee!
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:icondogman15:
"E sharp" is F natural. This song is in C minor, the relative minor of E flat major, but that's irrelevant. I assume you're referring to the first measure of every line, where the notes are C-Eb-F-G. If I was to turn the E (which has to be flat) into an "e sharp", the song would sound completely different, and it would then be C-F-F-G. See the problem there?

I don't know what you're trying, or if you're on an instrument that trains its players to read music differently, but if you could re-explain what you mean, maybe I can address your concern more effectively. Until then, you're not making sense.
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emogirlxemox Mar 24, 2014  New member
Omg I have been looking for this for so long omg the u r a life saver the so much ur awesome
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:icondogman15:
You're welcome.
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:iconshadowofthepony:
Just finished playing this, thanks so much!
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:icondogman15:
Good job, and you're welcome.
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LugiaLuna Feb 17, 2014  New member Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks SOOO much for putting this up!   You're awesome!!!!
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