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Hungarian Dance No 5 Tab


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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #

From: Les Weller 
Subject: APG-Brahms Hungarian Dance #5
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 1996 19:11:01 -0700

Fellow Guitarists,

Here's my first TAB draft for Brahms' "Hungarian Dance No.5 in F# Minor".  This is a
standard you'll quickly recognize from the opening theme. Please let me know
if this works for you and of any editting needed.  Also, if you have any other
classical, traditional, folk or other favorites you'd like to see drop me a note. I'm
always looking for arrangement projects.

Check in at American Primitive Guitar at http://home.sprynet.com/sprynet/leswaia for a
listing of other tunes I've arranged, including some originals.  Also,
contact me about the tape swap if you've got some recordings of your own work to share.

I usually keep up to date on the newsgroup at rec.music.makers.guitar.tablature
if you want to make a public comment on my project there.  Use APG in subject line to
catch fellow afficianadoes eye.

Les at APG


by Johannes Brahms, 1869

Standard Tuning (transposed up 2 halfsteps)
arr. by L. Weller

(This plays a good bit slower than the symphonic version.
"*" denotes theme in Section 1)

  Section 1  (see alternate)
  1  Am               E         Am        Dm       h
E --------------------------------------|-1---------------------|
B -----------1----------------0---------|---3-------------------|
G ----(2)--2--(2)--2--1-----2---2-------|-----2--0-2------------|
D ---2------------------2---------2---2-|-0---------------------|
A ---0-------0------------3-------------|-----------------------|
E ------(0)-----(0)-----------------0---|-----------------------|
     *     * *     *  *     * * *         *      * *
  2  A         E                              h
E ---0-----------------0----------|-------------0-------------|
B -----1---1---3-1-0-0------------|---------0-1---1---1-------|
G -------2-----1-----1----2-------|---2---2---------2---------|
D -------------------2------2---2-|-2-------------------------|
A ---0--------------------0---0---|-0-----------0-------------|
E -----------0--------------------|-----0-----------0---------|
     *         * * * * *  *         *     * * * *     *
  3                           h       h       h     h
E ---------------------|------5-------3-----0-1-------0----|
B --0-----1--3-1-----1-|--6-8---6-5-6---5-3-----3-1-3---1--|
G ----1-----------2----|-----------------------------------|
D ------2--------------|--0---------------0----------------|
A -------------0-------|----------0------------------------|
E --0------------------|-----------------------------------|
    *     *  *
                       Section 2
  4                       C  C  F       C     G     h
E -------------0-----||---0--0--1-------0--0----------0-----0---|
B --3--1--0--0-------||---1--1--1-------1--1--2---2-3---3-2---2-|
G --1--1--1--1---1--o||o--0--0--2--2----0--0--0-----------------|
D -----------2---2--o||o--------3-------------------------------|
A ---------------2---||---3--3-------3-----3--------------------|
E -------------------||-------------------------3---------------|

  5       ar         C        h h
E --------0-------------------------------|
B --2--2--0--0----2--2--1---0-1-3-1-0-3-1-|
G --0--0--0----0--0--0--0-----------------|
D ----------------------------------------|
A --------2----------3----3---------------|
E --3--3----------------------------------|

  (slower)                                 (hard and fast)
  6 E    ar           Am    h     p         E
E ---------------------------------------|--0--------------|
B --0--0--3--1---0--0----------0-----0-2-|--0--------------|
G --1--1--1--1---1--1--2---1-2---2-1-----|--1--------2-2---|
D --2--2--2--2---2--2--2-----------------|--2--------------|
A -----------------------0---------------|--2--------0-0---|
E --0--0--0----0----0--------------------|--0--0-2-4-------|

                   Section 3(Fast)
  7   h     p        ar
E -----------------||--5--0-0-0-0----------------|--5-----------|
B ------0-----0----||--5--5-5-5-5-----------5--5-|--5--5-5-5-5--|
G --1-2---2-1---2-o||o-6--6-6-6-6--7--6--7--6--6-|--6--6-6-6-6--|
D ----------------o||o------7---------7--------7-|-------7------|
A -----------------||--0--------0-----------0----|--0--------0--|
E -----------------||----------------------------|--------------|

                 Section 4 (Slow then fast)
E ---------------||----------------------------------5-----|
B ---------------||---2----2----2----0-----2-2-3-3-5---5---|
G --7-6-4-------o||o--2----3----2----1-----2-2-2-2-6---6---|
D ----0---7--7--o||o--2----0----2----2---------0-0-7---7---|
A ---------------||---0---------0----------0-0-------------|
E ---------------||------------------0---------------------|

  9                      ar
E -------------0----0----0---------5-----||
B ---2----2----0----2----2-3-2-0---------||
G ---2----3----1----2----2-------2---2--o|| Return to
D ---2----0-----------------------------o|| Section A (once)
A ---0--------------0----0---------------|| Section B (once)
E -------------0-------------------------|| to FINE

ar = arpeggio roll  (0) = grace note   st = Strum slow
p  =  Pull Off     /s = slide up     Sb = Slide bass note
h  =  Hammer on    \s = Slide down   W = Whole note (sustain)

NOTE: This file is the author's own work and represents his
interpretation of the song. You may only use this file for
private study, scholarship, or research.

Tab by L. Weller - brahms01.txt - 10/10/96
for American Primitive Guitar

Alternate Section 1
                              /s                  /s
E --------5--8-----5--4------5-7--5--------1-----3-5--0-------|
B --5----------5--------5-----------5---5----3----------1---1-|
G ----5----------5--------4-----------5--------2----------2---|
D ------7--------7--------6-----------7----0--------------2---|
A -----------0--------------------0-------------------0-------|
E --0---------------------------------------------------------|

E -----------0----||
B --3--1-0-0------||
G --1----------2--||
D --2-------------||
A -------------0--||
E --0-------------||
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illuvitar wrote on July 4 2006, 01:49 pm

very interesting tab of the hungarian no.5
i was wandering if you could do a guitar tab of bach's prelude in c major, it's my favorite classical piece and i'm having trouble figuring it out because it's not naturally a guitar song. but it soungds like it could be done with arrpeggios, arrpeggis or somthing of the sort.

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