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John Murphy - Sunshine Adagio In D Minor - таба, видео

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John Murphy - Sunshine Adagio In D Minor - таба, видео

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BPM: ~60, Standart Tuning

Introduction:

I recommend you find a good strategy at picking - I used finger picking, mainly 
because the "plong" 
sound of muted strings when striking all strings with a plectrum isn't occurring, 
but also because of
easier accent on certain notes.
You may also find another possibility, like single-picking notes with plectrum. 
Just try and choose 
what suits you best, or sounds best for you. 

The rhythm is very simple; it's either quarter notes (crotchets) or eighth notes 
(quavers) at certain 
transitions. Just listen to the song on YouTube to find out.
(I'm telling you this solely for you to get a feeling for the speed of the song, 
taking the bpm at ~60
into account; obviously you can use any rhythm you like) 
It may be tricky at times to keep the rhythm and correct chord changes, because 
the shifts in chords can
be very subtle. Be sure to stay in correct BPM and have an overview over what 
you're playing at that 
moment.
(I'm telling you this solely for you to get a feeling for the speed of the song, 
taking the bpm at ~60
into account; obviously you can use any rythm you like)


Search this name and find the version I was tabbing from on YouTube:

"John Murphy - Sunshine (Adagio In D Minor)"

It's exactly 4:30 minutes long and it will help you adjust. I wrote some timestamps on significant
parts of the song to make orientation easier.


For all parts: 
You can play either two times the same chord in a row:


e|19--19|
h|15--15|
g|-x---x|
d|17--17|
a|------|
e|------|

or you may play this:

e|19--17|
h|15--15|
g|-x---x|
d|17--17|
a|------|
e|------|

What you do is really up to you, but I tend to the latter one. It sounds nicer, 
but not exactly like the
record (the first one does neither). I think this is due to layering of violins in 
the original soundtrack,
something you can't do with one guitar. The only time the second option actually 
is the only valid one is
in the part "Melody begins again" below, I marked it with a *.

Summary:
-First Part
-Piano "Breakdown"
-Melody begins again
-Voiceover
-Ending



First Part:
0:40 <-> 1:59
e|-------------------------3--3--5--7--7--5--3--3--7--5---15--15--17--19--19|
h|---------------------7---x--x--x--x--x-(7)-x--x--x-(7)--12--13--13--15--15|
g|0--0--4--2--4--5--7--x---4--5--5--7--7--7--4--5--7--7---12--12--12---x---x| 
d|2--2--x--4--x--2--x--4---5--5--5--5--4--4--5--5--5--4---------------17--17|
a|2--3--5--5--5--3--5--5----------------------------------------------------|
e|------3-----3-----3-------------------------------------------------------|



Piano "Breakdown": 

Just play the two sixteenth / semiquaver notes for the duration of one bar. 
1:59 <-> 2:32
e|--------------------------------------------------------------|
h|--------------------------------12------13------12------12----|
g|----------------------------------12------12------12------11--|
d|-9------10------12------12------------------------------------|
a|--10------10------14------12----------------------------------|
e|--------------------------------------------------------------|



Melody begins again:

2:16 <-> 2:32
...................*.
e|17--15--17--19--17|    Rhythm of the last two chords: 6 times first one, 
h|12--12--13--15--15|    2 times last one (on the beat)
g|12--12--12---x---x|
d|------------17--16|
a|------------------|
e|------------------|

This small part is played together with the second half of the piano part above.



Voiceover:

2:32 <-> 2:48
e|3--3--7--5-|    
h|x--x--x-(7)|  
g|4--5--7--7-|     
d|5--5--5--4-|     
a|-----------|    
e|-----------|   



Ending:
 
2:48...............3:06..........3:22...............3:38...........3:54.......................4:10
..|..................|............|...................|..............|...........................|.
e|3--3--5--7--7--5---3--3--7--5---15--15--17--19--19--3--15--19--19--17--15--15--15--17--19--19-15|
h|x--x--x--x--x-(7)--x--x--x-(7)--12--13--13--15--15--x--13--15--15--15--15--12--13--13--15--15-12|
g|4--5--5--7--7--7---4--5--7--7---12--12--12---x---x--4--12---x---x--12--12--12--12--12--16--16-12|
d|5--5--5--5--4--4---5--5--5--4---------------17--17--5------17--17-------------------------------|
a|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
e|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|




In general, you can experiment with these tabs as much as you like. There are many 
nuances in this song that
are accessible by changing for example a muted string into a note you find more 
fitting in context of the whole
chord, or simply to add a more full "ring" to the sound. Furthermore, you may, 
towards the end of the
song, ignore some of the lower notes. But that's really your decision. 

I tried my best with this tab, I hope you appreciate it - sadly, the full 
potential of this song really 
needs an orchestra, with multiple layers of string instruments that fill the air 
with their constant 
humming.
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