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Jake Lizzio (985) · [archive]
Style: Classical · Level: Ridiculous · Tempo: 100
Pages: 1 2

Okay, this is a real finger buster. It calls for a lot of sudden movements up and down the neck, because most guitars don't have 28 frets :-). The song is originally in like 4 octaves, so I cut it down to play on guitar. This is VERY HARD! Lots of hard stretches, but also a lot of fun sweeps. Its pretty sad, I can't even play this past the first few measures.. I am VERY new to guitar! This song was originally written for keyboard, but it seems it would be a lot cooler for guitar. Just looking at the tabs looks cool! Most of the double notes could be skipped, I guess, because if your gonna fly through this one, you won't have time to hit them. This is the first lesson I've done on WholeNote, so sorry about the squashed numbers in this lesson. The first half of Solfeggio is on this page, and the second half is on the next page. As you can tell, I finally got the hang of this Composer thing on the next page :-P HAVE FUN! This a toughy, I hope that someday I will be able to play it.