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Acoustic Alchemy - Siras Song - таба, видео

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		   Artist:  Acoustic Alchemy
      Album:  Early Alchemy
       Song:  Sira's song.

Steel String Guitar:  Nick Webb
Nylon String Guitar:  Simon James
        Double Bass:  Ron Mathewson
         Percussion:  John O'Keeny and
                      Mario Argondon~a.


Two Guitars, a Double Bass and Percussion is present in this song.  This 
song is an attemp to make a Jazz/Flamenco song, inspired by Paco de Lucia 
Masterpiece "Entre Dos Aguas".  The author is Nick Webb, but the passion was 
brought thanks to Simon James, an ex guitarist of the band.  Acoustic 
Alchemy at the begging were three guitarists, not a duo as nowadays.  This 
song is a duo.



Part A:

First 10 seconds of the song starts with cymbal percussion and two guitars.  
Second one starts with a cymbal sounding followed immediately by guitar one. 
  In second two, guitar two joins guitar one, guitar two makes the lead 
guitar and guitar one makes the accompaniment, as background the cymbal 
playing remains, but starts to grow louder and louder until second 10.  
Here's what I got from the song.

             Second 1:  Cymbal sounds and right after guitar one makes an 
intro of one second.

Second 2 to Second 10:  Cymbal playing remains and guitar two appears making 
the arpeggio of a chord until second 10, while guitar one stays playing 
notes as an accompaniment.



  From 0:00 to 0:01.     From 0:02 to 0:10.
|---------7--------0--||----7----------------|---------------------|
|-------9----------0--||----7----------------|---------------------|
|--9-10-----9h10p9----||------9h10p9-----9---|-----9--------9------|
|---------------------||---------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------||---------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------||---------------------|---------------------|
|very subtle the      |Hammer and pull-off   |                     |
|hammer and pull-off. |stronger and fluid.   |                     |
|                     |Guitar two appears,   |                     |
|                     |arpeggiating chord(*).|                     |
|                     |(*)= (8 10 8 9 x x)   |                     |
|---------------------||--------------8------|-----8------------8--|
|---------------------||---------10----------|-10-----------10-----|
|---------------------||-----8--------------8|-----------8---------|
|---------------------||-9---------------9---|--------9------------|
|---------------------||---------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------||---------------------|---------------------|

     I'm not sure about the chord above, but it's the closest I'd get, so if 
anyone found something closer or exact, please tell me.  Also this is the 
best I found hearing the song a lot of times, it could have errors.  I'm 
open to any corrections, thanks.


the speed of the arpeggio must be played faster and faster until second 10, 
also the intensity of the 9's goes louder and faster until second 10, then 
in second 10 starts part B

|---------------------|---------------------||
|---------------------|---------------------||
|-9------9------9----9|---9---9-------------||
|---------------------|---------------------||
|---------------------|---------------------||
|---------------------|---------------------||
|                     |                     ||
|                     |                     ||
|--------9-------9----|9----9---9-----------||
|-----10------10----10|---10--10------------||
|---8--------8-----8--|--8----8-------------||
|-9--------9------9---|-9----9--------------||
|---------------------|---------------------||
|---------------------|---------------------||



Part B:

Second 10 to Second 49:  I don't know exactly what they'd done, the
                         only thing I recognize was the strumming of         
                   descending chords of one guitar and a bit of              
             the strumming of the other guitar, I left                       
       some parts in blank.  Somehow hard to figure                          
since percussion doesn't allow it easily.                             The 
strumming of this part is somehow                                 flamenco, 
it has a percussive effect, which                           add to the 
percussion, making somehow oneself                          lost.

Second 10 to Second 49:  Two guitars are presents, both strumming different 
patterns, general to both guitars is a descending chord proggression, which 
is Em, D, C, B  Before the chord proggression (0:19 to 0:22) of the guitar 
who is making the accompaniment, there is something I hadn't figure out 
(0:10 to 0:19).  I hadn't done it since I don't have the time to hear it 
carefully.  Anyone could end it just by playing with the guitar, it's simple 
somehow, not so hard to not be found.  Please fill it, if you found 
something, please tell me.



Guitar one (leading strumming) performs this from 0:10 to 0:19.  The same 
from 0:22 to 0:35.

  D U D D  SP  D U D  SP  D U D D  SP  D U D  CC
Em
|-7-----------------------------------------|
|-8-----------------------------------------|
|-9-----------------------------------------|
|-9-----------------------------------------|
|-7-----------------------------------------|
|-7-----------------------------------------|


  D U D D  SP  D U D  SP  D U D D  SP  D U D  CC
  D
|-5-----------------------------------------|
|-7-----------------------------------------|
|-7-----------------------------------------|
|-7-----------------------------------------|
|-5-----------------------------------------|
|-5-----------------------------------------|


  D U D D  SP  D U D  SP  D U D D  SP  D U D  CC
  C
|-3-----------------------------------------|
|-5-----------------------------------------|
|-5-----------------------------------------|
|-5-----------------------------------------|
|-3-----------------------------------------|
|-3-----------------------------------------|


  D U D D  SP
  B
|-2------------|
|-4------------|
|-4------------|
|-4------------|
|-2------------|
|-2------------|



Guitar two (accompanying strumming and other stuff) performs this part from 
0:10 to 0:19.  The same from 0:22 to 0:35.  This part is the one you should 
figure out, not hard.  If you find it, tell me and I fill add it.  Here  
below is the space provide it for it.

|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|



Guitar one (leading strumming) performs this from 0:19 to 0:22.  The same 
from 0:32 to 0:35.

     D U D    D U D     D U D       D
      Em        D         C         B
|------7--------5-----|---3---------2--------|
|------8--------7-----|---5---------4--------|
|------9--------7-----|---5---------4--------|
|------9--------7-----|---5---------4--------|
|------7--------5-----|---3---------2--------|
|------7--------5-----|---3---------2--------|



Guitar two (accompanying strumming) performs this from 0:19 to 0:22.  The 
same from 0:32 to 0:35.

     D              D               D                 D
    Em              D               C                 B
|----7--------------5-|-------------3--------|--------2------------|
|----8--------------7-|-------------5--------|--------4------------|
|----9--------------7-|-------------5--------|--------4------------|
|----9--------------7-|-------------5--------|--------4------------|
|----7--------------5-|-------------3--------|--------2------------|
|----7--------------5-|-------------3--------|--------2------------|



This structure repeats twice from 0:10 to 0:49, for luck, and when it ends, 
starts part c (from 0:49 to 1:14.  It's only missing just
a few things in between the repetition of the strumming patterns.  You have 
to found it out.  Here's another space provide for it.  The spaces to be 
fill are from 0:36 to 0:37 and from 0:37 to 0:49, for both guitars.  For 
luck, 0:37 to 0:49 it's merely the previous thing, just with a few changes, 
but basically the same.


|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|                     |                      |                     |
|                     |                      |                     |
|                     |                      |                     |
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|

>From 0:36 to 0:37 starts to plays bass notes and then remains accompanying.  
The other guitar is present, keeping playing, but at 0:38 joins in the 
Double Bass.

And when the above strumming structure repeats, you could enter to part C



Part C:

>From 0:49 to 1:14 appears the first solo.  Here is part of it. Very similar 
all, just play with the guitar and you will find the whole solo.

|--5s7--5---------5--7|-8--7--5--7--8--12--10|-8--7--8--7--5-------|
|----------5b1/2------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|


fill the rest of the solo.
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|



Part D:  Not yet.
Part E:  Not yet.
Part F:  Not yet.



Part G:

>From 1:57 to 2:09.  This is only the start, end it.
|--5-4----------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|------6-5------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|----------7-5-4-2----|----------------------|---------------------|
|------------------7-6|-4-3------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|


Part H:  Not yet.
Part I:  Not yet.
Part J:  Not yet.
Part K:  Not yet.



This is the scheme of the song:

Part A:  From 0:00 to 0:10, Intro.
Part B:  From 0:10 to 0:49.
Part C:  From 0:49 to 1:14.
Part D:  From 1:14 to 1:32.
Part E:  From 1:32 to 1:42, very similar to Part B
Part F:  From 1:42 to 1:57.
Part G:  From 1:57 to 2:09.
Part H:  From 2:09 to 2:29.
Part I:  From 2:29 to 2:53.
Part J:  From 2:53 to 3:11.
Part K:  From 3:11 to 3:39.



I hope you like the tab, and I encourage anyone to finish it.  If you decide 
to work it out, don't forget to give me credit.  Also this is my second tab. 
  Well, below is gift from the song "Casino" of Acoustic Alchemy.  Bye.



Here a gift from "Casino"
|-5--3----------------|----------------------|
|-------6--5--3--1----|-1--3--5--6--5--------|
|-------------------2-|----------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|
|---------------------|----------------------|


larrta@hotmail.com




   Legend:  h is hammer.
            p is pull-off.
            s is slide.
            b is bend.


  For the:  D is for a downstroke.
strumming.  U is for an upstroke.
           SP is for a small pause.
           CC is for change chord.

A small note, chord are always below the D or U, so don't get confussed if 
you see D   this one is downward
                     D   this one is D chord.

Later I will use d as downstroke, and u as upstroke.
     
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