Important: Read at least this if you want to practice!
This is not a completely accurate transcription of Somber/Surefire Snowfields. This is because:
To fit the theme, a slightly modified version of the melody near the end plays.
The pitch has been upped by +100 cents to be a bit more like Somber Snowfields, which plays about two whole steps higher (G from E) than Surefire Snowfields.
For some reason, the Celeste instrument here is also slightly higher pitched than it should be.
It also contains none of the bells, whistles, and drums of the original.
The piano melody visual is still in the key of Surefire Snowfields. So if you use that for Surefire Snowfields, you should be 90% okay.
This is a remix of both of these tracks:
Well, hey. A real "Silent Snowfields" would be a pretty bad track. This is an "unmix" of Somber/Surefire Snowfields. Since it's a bit... eh, tricky, to transcribe the other instruments, I thought I'd release this now so anyone looking for it could do it easier. The (outdated) ending scene of this chapter seems like a good place to use it, as I imagine otherwise it'd either actually *be* silent, or a generic sadness theme.
This track kind of "existed" in my head for a while, as when I first did this transcription, I apparently thought the melody was better this way to the point where I actually thought the melody WAS this. Not only did I get the octave wrong, but the notes wrong. The original track is a lot more somber, so I feel like this kind of melody swap to one of the two would provide a decent enough double meaning.
I use FL's visualization, and if you have it, you can type Surefire Snowfields out like this:
E E E 5 W
E E E 5 W
E E E 5 W M E
T T T Y 5
T T T O Y
T T T Y 5 W E
E T 5 E Y 5
5 E , M
E E E 5 5 5 T Y U
E, 5 T Y T 5 W E M
W E 5 T 5 E M W 5 Y(+) 5
E 5 T Y T 5 W E M
W E 5 T 5 E 5 T U…