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Misc Computer Games - Zelda 64 - Song Of Storms - таба, видео

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Misc Computer Games - Zelda 64 - Song Of Storms - таба, видео

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This version was designed for 1 guitar.

The song is on a 3/4 beat. (three beats per quarter note)

For the second part use use your thumb for the bass note (which technically should be an 
octave lower but it was a pain so I brought it up an octave)
Use your index (G string), middle (B string), and ring finger (high e string)
for the upper three voices and "curl" them off at the 'C's starting with your index. You 
curl by twisting your wrist (basically)

* are staccato
h are half note
q are quarter note
e are either note

any note with a . after it is a dotted note (note is 1½ their normal length)

ex) h. is 3 beats instead of 2, q. is 1½ beats.

If you get confused then you can listen to the song while reading the tabs.
You'll be able to pick up rhythm that way too.



Part 1
__________________________________________________________________

 1               2               3                 4

e|---------------|---------------|12------13-12-13-|12-------------|
B|------15-------|------15-------|-----------------|---13----------|
G|---------------|---------------|-----------------|------14-------|
D|12-15----------|12-15----------|-----------------|---------------|
A|---------------|---------------|-----------------|---------------|
E|---------------|---------------|-----------------|---------------|
  e  e  h    3    e  e  h         q.      e  e  e   e  e  h
  1  &  2    3    1  &  2    3    1    2  &  3  &   1  &  2    3


 5               6             7                8

e|---------------|-------------|----------------|-------------|
B|---------------|-------------|----------------|-------------|
G|14-------------|14-----------|14--------------|-------------|
D|----12---12-15-|-------------|-----12---12-15-|14-----------|
A|---------------|-------------|----------------|-------------|
E|---------------|-------------|----------------|-------------|
  q   q    e  e   h.            q    q    e  e   h.
  1   2    3  &   1    2   3    1    2    3  &   1    2    3


 9              10              11                 12

e|---------------|---------------|12------13-12-13-|12-------------|
B|------15-------|------15-------|-----------------|---13----------|
G|---------------|---------------|-----------------|------14-------|
D|12-15----------|12-15----------|-----------------|---------------|
A|---------------|---------------|-----------------|---------------|
E|---------------|---------------|-----------------|---------------|
  e  e  h    3    e  e  h         q.      e  e  e   e  e  h
  1  &  2    3    1  &  2    3    1    2  &  3  &   1  &  2    3


 13             14         *   15
e|---------------|--------------|-------------|
B|---------------|--------------|-------------|
G|14-------------|14-------14---|12-----------|
D|----12---12-15-|--------------|-------------|
A|---------------|--------------|-------------|
E|---------------|--------------|-------------|
  q   q    e  e   h         q    h.
  1   2    3  &   1    2    3    1    2   3

                                15    *   *
            (see Part 2)       e|-----5---5---|
                               B|-----6---6---|
                               G|-----7---7---|
                               D|-------------|
                               A|5------------|
                               E|-------------|
                                 q    q   q
                                 1    2   3


Part 2
___________________________________________________________________
The 1st beat of Part 1's last measure is the 1st beat of Part 2's first measure (gotta 
be quick).

I usually just skip the first bass quarter note (since I'm not quick) and just hit the 
2nd beat of Part 2's first measure.

OR you could ignore the high D (12 on the D string) and go to the first beat of part 2. 
Either way you're hitting a D on beat 1.

 15
e|------------| (Part 1 Last measure)
B|------------|
G|12----------|
D|------------|
A|------------|
E|------------|
  h.
  1   2    3


 15           16           17              18
      *   *        c            *    *          c
e|----5---5---|----7-------|----8----8-----|----7-------|
B|----6---6---|----8-------|----10---10----|----8-------|
G|----7---7---|----9-------|----10---10----|----9-------|
D|------------|------------|---------------|------------|
A|5-----------|7-----------|8--------------|7-----------|
E|------------|------------|---------------|------------| x2
  q   q   q    q   h        q   q    q      q   h
  1   2   3    1   2   3    1   2    3      1   2   3

_____________________________________________________________________

The song is on an endless loop BUT when you do want to end the song, end with Part 1, do 
not continue to Part 2.
Also you could end by playing (after Part 2) just the first 4 measures of
Part 1 to create a "suspenseful" ending.
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