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Au Clair De La Lune

Peter Hsieh (1575) · [archive]
Style: Acoustic/Folk · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 80
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5

The piece Au Clair de Lune is a simple and beautiful French folk piece. It is played on a variety of instruments and follows a very simple tune. The title, for those that don't speak french, means "With the Moonlight."

As the title suggests, it is a perfect song to serenade the apple of your eye with under the moonlight. That is why I have this song written as a solo piece, a duet, with chords, and lyrics. Below is a transcription of the duet (or when played alone a solo piece), the next page has the second guitar part transcribed. The third page has the song with chords, fourth page has the chords tabbed out, and the fifth has lyrics.

As the Frech would say: Avez detente, bon jouez et bon chance!
Au Clair De La Lune