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Circle of Life
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TAB: Circle of Life
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John’s notes; This arrangement started out from a request from a local school. They wanted a short version of ‘Lion King’ for one of their students to play on a guitar prior to the stage curtain going up in their school production. It worked well, so here’s a lesson using various techniques that you’ll use time and time again in your own repertoire’s. This is arrangement demonstrates the use of chord triads supporting the melody. I’ve arranged this for use with a plectrum but works just as well using your right hand fingers (fingerstyle) if you prefer. No rules here regarding how you should play this version. Just play at your own pace and enjoy. Medium or slow will work just fine. Get each phrase as good as you can before moving on, this is an emotional ballad so try and get the notes flowing smoothly, leading into each other (like church bells)! Practice your dynamics and ‘expression’ in the melody by trying to mimic the human voice (the guitar is great at doing this). This chord symbol means ‘your choice’ either strum or arpeggio - just serve the tune tastefully, and make it your own arrangement!
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(Welling. Kent)
07919 356980
John Edwards Guitar lesson
Circle of Life
Any questions - just ask
TAB: Circle of Life
020 8304 3500
John’s notes; This arrangement started out from a request from a local school. They wanted a short version of ‘Lion King’ for one of their students to play on a guitar prior to the stage curtain going up in their school production. It worked well, so here’s a lesson using various techniques that you’ll use time and time again in your own repertoire’s. This is arrangement demonstrates the use of chord triads supporting the melody. I’ve arranged this for use with a plectrum but works just as well using your right hand fingers (fingerstyle) if you prefer. No rules here regarding how you should play this version. Just play at your own pace and enjoy. Medium or slow will work just fine. Get each phrase as good as you can before moving on, this is an emotional ballad so try and get the notes flowing smoothly, leading into each other (like church bells)! Practice your dynamics and ‘expression’ in the melody by trying to mimic the human voice (the guitar is great at doing this). This chord symbol means ‘your choice’ either strum or arpeggio - just serve the tune tastefully, and make it your own arrangement!
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