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Berlusconi In G Major

Motti Perlman (280) · [archive]
Style: Acoustic/Folk · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 80
Pages: 1 2 3

Part II

OK. This is the minor part, in G's relative minor, Em. The tempo speeds up to around 80 at this time. Two important notes:

(1) The last measure has only 2 8ths in it. The reason to that, is that, in the original arrangement, the last measure of the minor part, is 2 8ths longs. Only Wholenote's Composer allows just 3/4 and 4/4. So remember, you're supposed to play the last 2 8ths, and continue immediately to Part III.

(2) Originally, on the notated arrangement, some of the notes exceed beyond guitar playable abilities, because, according to my brother's advice, it's better that way, because then the harmony is preserved too. I don't know if that expresses itself in the tab, but if it does, than don't worry - it was meant to be that way, and you can play it however you feel is best.
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