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Greensleeves guitar TAB with chords. Play this easy solo arrangement of the popular 16th Century English song. Guitar chord symbols are also included, so you can play with a friend. This arrangement of Greensleeves is suitable for early-stage fingerstyle guitarists. It will sound good on either acoustic or classical guitar. However, there are several sharpened notes marked with a that you should watch out for if you are reading the music notation as opposed to the tab.
The sharp signs raise the pitch of the note by a semitone. You can repeat the whole piece 2 or 3 times. If you are playing the chord part, you could play an A major chord instead of an A minor chord at the end of the final repetition. The small numbers by the side of certain notes indicate which finger should be used. The fingers of the fretting hand are numbered 1 index finger to 4 little finger. This means that there are 2 main beats in each bar, each of which is sub-divided into three.
Therefore, when playing Greensleeves, start counting on the second note of the piece i. The following version of Greensleeves omits the bass notes, allowing it to be played with a pick:. In the following version of Greensleeves, some of the F sharps of the first melody are played as F naturals. It is one of several variations of the tune that have appeared over the years. You can find out more about the origins of the song at wikipedia.
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Greensleeves Guitar Tab: Play This Easy Fingerstyle Arrangement For Solo Guitar