#1
Are there any classical songs arranged for guitar with tabs that are worth learning? It always seemed like it would be cool to me.


Edit: The only one I have heard was Dies Irae by Believer, which is pretty sick.
Last edited by JoshRocco at Jul 28, 2008,
#2
Caprice Number 51.
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#3
Yngwie.
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Haydn Symphony 88 by Paul Gilbert. i always giggle when i hear it


Impressive, I don't see why it makes you giggle though lol.

Does anyone know of any that are immediately recognizable by the non musician? Some classical songs you are just like "Ohh, I definitely know this one"
#7
Canon Rock - Arranged by Jerry C.

Its Pachelbel's Canon in D, this guy arranged it for electric guitar, its fast but sounds cool.
It's FUNTWO who plays it really well-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjA5faZF1A8
(46 million views)

But if you wanna play the classical songs as they are then you should take a look at this website- http://dirk.meineke.free.fr/
http://dirk.meineke.free.fr/classical.html
Theres a lot of them in pdf format for free with midi clips.


You can find the tabs for Jerry C's version here in UG.
It's not that easy to play but good luck!
Last edited by YA89 at Jul 28, 2008,
#8
Paul gilbert's rendition of Toccata and fugue , easy tapping bit
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#9
Quote by JoshRocco
Impressive, I don't see why it makes you giggle though lol.

Does anyone know of any that are immediately recognizable by the non musician? Some classical songs you are just like "Ohh, I definitely know this one"


Its just so...Happy its like your running through a field of daisys on easter morning

And immediatly recognizable would be Tocata and Fugue in D Minor, Lick my Love Pump, Beatovens (sp?) 5th, or whatever number that Ode to Joy thing was. and Mozarts 44th.