Six-string guitar arrangement by Roman Nikolaev for Bart Howard's "Fly Me to the Moon".
A few instructions for the performer:
- to respect jazz eighths.
- the transition from "to-sharp" in the 8 clock cycle to the "re" in the 9 clock cycle to perform the glissando, the 2nd finger. A similar place in the 24-25 cycles.
- in 4 and 20 bars the notes, marked with a cross in the 1st voice, play as “dead”, i.e. put your fingers on the appropriate frets, but do not press the strings.
- the last two bars are played ad libitum.
What you get:
- Sheet Music & Tabs (PDF)
- Arrangement File (GuitarPro)
At the very beginning of your guitar learning path, it’s important to focus on the sound itself and make sure that musical notes are played smoothly and connected.