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I can't remember the exact key, but the melody sounds like this:

mi mi mi--
si #re- #re do si la- si la so #fa
si si #la-- sol #fa mi si si #la-- sol #fa mi #fa la #fa la #fa la #fa
#fa #fa #fa--
si mi- mi re do si- do si la so #fa- so la #fa mi

E E E--
B D#- D# C B A- B A G F#
B B A#-- G A# E B B A#-- G F# E F# A F# A F# A #
F# F# F#-- B E- E D C B- C B A G F#- G A F# E

*The "-" means that the note is longer.

I remember this part should be quite strong and powerful. Sorry I don't know how to create the sheet. Thank you for any help!

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  • Solfege (do-re-mi) is designed to match a major scale with the root on do. It's hard to read with all these many sharps. It seems to be in harmonic minor with the root on si so I've taken the liberty of re-transcribing it using note names. I picked "a minor" as that one has the fewest accidentals based on your transcription. Aug 30 '21 at 20:52
  • @ChrisSunamisupportsMonica I was thinking that the tonic is mi (which is also the first and last pitch). I think #re ought to be C#, too, which perhaps also supports mi as the tonic.
    – phoog
    Aug 30 '21 at 22:05
  • @phoog - That makes sense. So, if we kept my note names, this would be in d minor, with a E major chord serving as the V of v (major dominant of a minor fifth chord). i | i7 IV ii | V/v and so forth? Aug 31 '21 at 14:44
  • @ChrisSunamisupportsMonica yes, something like that.
    – phoog
    Aug 31 '21 at 15:13
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    Janet, could you add some information about the instrument(s) playing this, and maybe the speed (i.e., fast, moderate, slow)? It might also help to know where you heard it.
    – Aaron
    Sep 3 '21 at 16:30