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Old 02-12-2019, 01:29 AM   #1
dewdew7
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Default Can Can (Piano Version) [54 or 56]

I have found through many plays and countless attempts of "Can Can (Piano Version), that it is incredible that it has remained a mere level 54. Although I can not be incredibly specific in giving my reasons why it should be raised to a level 57, or at least raised at all, I will do my best and trust that those of you who have played it may come to the same conclusion through both intuition and conscious reasoning.

I think we can all agree that the first half of "Can Can (Piano Version)" is not relatively difficult for it's own level. I understand and am well aware that songs with a "quiet" part in them, often erupt with a much more "heavier" part which often balances the level to a mean of the two sections. However, despite this, I still cannot wrap my head around why "Can Can (Piano Version) is such a difficult song to master. I have stumped many Experts and Division 5 Masters with this song betting that they could not SDG the song, let alone FC it. And often many of them hardly passed, and many others failed. This song takes great precision and accuracy, skills and qualities that the average level 54 player would certainly not have, and far above. The rhythm and focus required exceeds my beliefs. "Can Can (Piano Version), is a fair length song regarding time. It is 1:57 long. It does not have enough "quiet" parts to invalidate the legitimacy of the time variable to be interpreted how it is. Concluding from that, I will move on to my next point.

Patterns are an important variable as well in determining difficulty. We all understand that a "jack" being mashed together with another, is not as severe as a "mini-stream" or "jump" being close in proximity to another. My knowledge here is almost mediocre, and I do have some shame in not being better prepared in this response and request for a positive change in difficulty for this furtive song. The patterns I would like to describe resemble a 4,3,4,1,4,3,4,1 structure (and I apologize deeply if I have described the pattern in an ill way). I find these patterns very difficult personally, and also from an objective point of view. They really are truly hard. To maintain that trill and to throw in those precise singles w it, among the many jumps and quick transitions, how could it not be a higher difficulty rating than it is? I would love for y'all to add more to this and analyze the song for yourself. But I think it is important that I throw this suggestion out there because it really does seem strange to see such a good and respectable song which deserves more credit for it's toughness, to be placed low in the rankings. Thank you :)
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