Sor, Fernando - op.07 Largo non tanto - Tab

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Sor, Fernando - op.07 Largo non tanto - Tab

Post by Pavel » Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:05 pm

Here is (99%) complete tab - i reworked the previous version. The person which was doing that version of sheets must have been drunk,
so it was solved, when i took another version and then compared it to the one here, they were identical.
I haven't done the harmonics properly, since i remember them and you can know them easily, just search this song being played by someone.
That goes for the tempo, it's about the same.
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Re: Sor, Fernando - op.07 Largo non tanto - Tab

Post by brianoderhino » Wed Jan 29, 2014 3:19 pm

Oh My God, Ive done it!

After 4 or 5 seperate occasions trying to find tab for this song, I have found it, each tme I searched for 2 hours, thats alot of searching for one tab.

Next step - must learn to read music so this doesnt happen again. thanks so much Pavel!


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