While serving in Georgetown, Texas, I befriended a missionary by the name of Elder Buhler. He was a brilliant pianist, who could come up with his own arrangements of video game music just by hearing it. He and I spent many hours jamming out together (on our P Days, of course), and I was always impressed because it never seemed like his arms or hands got tired playing so fast.
My favorite of his arrangements was a song from the game Super Smash Bros. It was a lively, fun song, and I wanted to play it so badly myself that I bought some manuscript paper and enlisted Elder Buhler to write it down. Unfortunately I was transferred before he could finish.
But one day in my next area, my companion had some business to attend to at the local chapel, and I was left alone in a room with a piano while I waited. My ear had become more trained to transpose music over the course of my mission, and this being near the end I figured I might have a shot at attempting one of Elder Buhler's songs. So I tried my favorite. It took some patience, but before my companion returned I had learned how to play it, and I was so excited.
And I'd like to share it with you, too. So, here's Elder Buhler's Super Smash Bros.: