A new group has been created by me and Jay, and we need YOU to come participate in the contest! In this group, contests for the best score will be held. Winners of the contests will receive: likes on your score, a follow by both me and John, and an announcement of your score and username for a first place shout out!! So come join today!! Can't wait to see what you've got. Contests have already started, but the next competition will be held at the end of Feb. early March. Jay and I are so excited to see you there!
Kindest Regards, -John :D
It's one of my favorite songs, but all I'm finding it for is ukelele and piano. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Caros colegas músicos: preparei um material, no qual organizei os principais acordes para violão, nos tons de dó a si, em partitura e tablatura, de acordo com a classificação de Almir Chediak: categoria maior, menor, com quarta, sétima da dominante e sétima diminuta. O arquivo do Musescore pode ser aberto baixando-se gratuitamente o programa em musescore.com. Para utilizar estes acordes copie e cole na sua partitura nos locais adequados. Para construir os acordes em outros tons, use o recurso de transposição do Musescore. Espero que este material seja útil.
I don't actually play guitar, but I assume most people in this group do.
Can anyone who plays guitar tell me whether this is possible to be played on guitar, or not, or only for 'extreme experts'.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
I am looking for a score with a 12 bar blues guitar part in it, one that has a STRONG bee-bop /swing feel to it. MAYBE - these aren't quite the right words to describe the feel.
I have tried... but I can't get the score right. I tried straight eight notes... but the "feel" isn't there.
Here is a link to an MP3 with an example of the 'feel' - http://www.kerezyfamily.com/LaMusica/Lookin-4-Blues-Score.html
If anyone has this type of old-skewl simple blues guitar part scored out, I would GREATLY appreciate it. Any key is OK