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)
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