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In Dulci Jubilo Chords

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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
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From rec.music.makers.guitar.tablature Wed Sep  7 13:26:52 1994
Subject: re: In Dulci Jubilo

It's actualy written by JS Bach and is a common Christmas song. "Everyone
rejoice, with heart and song and voice, sing a song of blah blah..."..

C  /  C  / C  F  C
C  /  C  / C  F  C
C  E  Am / Dm Gm C
F  Gm C Am Dm Gm C
F  Gm C Am Dm Gm C

or similar. (sounds right).. If you can, thumb the bass note of each chord
and then strike the other notes to get a dum-dy-dum-dy feel.


The lead is a C major scale around the 12 position, starting note is G.
I won't tab it all, but it starts like:

--15---15---13-12--------15-13-12-13-15--------|
------------------13---------------------13----|
---------------------12---------------------12-|
-----------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------|

If you can't work it out, mail me and I'll do the lot..

Good luck,

Gerrard.
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BanjoStephen 12 wrote on November 1 2013, 08:14 pm

Something is amiss with the chords given here. Gm is wrong throughout - try G or G7. And for the E in the third line, try Em, Em7 or G, but definitely not plain E major.

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