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Berlusconi In G Major

Motti Perlman (280) · [archive]
Style: Acoustic/Folk · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 60
Pages: 1 2 3

Well, here it is. It's not too complex, really, just my first attempt at a full length piece. It's pretty easy to play, besides a few stretches here and there. I also have a notated version, if anyone feels more comfortable with that, in .ENC (Encore 4.0) format.

I'll divide the whole thing into 3 parts (pages). The first is the major part, in G. The second is the minor, in G's relative minor, Em. The 3rd is the ending.

Frankly, I think the Wholenote player doesn't serve it right, but it's still a very nice representation of what it should sound.

Part I

Well, I think it pretty much for its own. Fingeringwise, I'd suggest using your pinky, ring, and middle finger for the Am/E, because of the bass descension. And don't let the numbers get to ya, it's really a very easy piece.
Berlusconi In G Major