I am trying to play the just-released music for "Paperman" (the Disney short black & white cartoon that played before Wreck-it Ralph). If you haven't seen it, it's great (check it out on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rqmh1GoZjnw
). The music is really good, too, and I purchased an arrangement of it on musicnotes.com. However, though it is billed as a "solo" arrangement, it seems like I need 3 hands to play it! Does anyone have any suggestions for playing this music? I scanned one of the pages (http://bit.ly/XWvqTj
) and as you can see there are three parts (treble clef, bass clef and cue notes in between). How am I supposed to play these cue notes while also playing the other lines? Is there some kind of advanced playing technique that I need to develop, or is it just a bad arrangement (i.e., should be duet)? Any help would be appreciated
By the way, the cue notes are pretty important -- the song doesn't sound the same without them, so just dropping them isn't an option ...