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Final Fantasy X - Hymn Of The Faith Tab

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                    Hymn Of The Faith - Final Fantasy X
Tabbed by: Poly.on.y.mous
Email: poly.on.y.mous@sbcglobal.net

Tuning: Standard Tunning(EADGBe)

Notes: I found alot of tabs for this song, but all were just on one string. 
       i made this one because i feel it sounds better as a chord.

 E |------------------------------------------------------|
 B |------------------------------------------------------|
 G |------------------------------------------------------|
 D |-7-10-9-12--12-10-12/14-7--14-16-12-14--12-10-12/14-7-|
 A |-5-8--7-10--10-8--10/12-5--12-14-10-12--10-8--10/12-5-|
 E |-5-8--7-10--10-8--10/12-5--12-14-10-12--10-8--10/12-5-|

 E |------------------------------------------------------|
 B |------------------------------------------------------|
 G |------------------------------------------------------|
 D |-7-7-9-9-10--9-5-7-7----------------------------------|
 A |-5-5-7-7-8---7-3-5-5----------------------------------|
 E |-5-5-7-7-8---7-3-5-5----------------------------------|

That should be it, to me this sounds right when played with the song

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Scintillance 10 Feb 28, 2015 02:41 AM, edited at 07:48 am

This is perfect down to the sliding whole step crescendo. There is one small issue though, while this is 100% correct from an intervalic standpoint(the correct scale), this particular incarnation(A Dorian) is in the wrong key! The Hymn of the Fayth is built with the D Dorian scale in the key of C major. Long story short: Play this exact pattern but on the 10th fret, or alternatively anywhere else D Dorian can be played/found.I'm still giving you five stars because you are the only one who actually got it right by adding all of the melodies together, if you listen to the OST, the actual Hymn it's self is all of the individual ones from each temple combined creating a very awesome choral Hymn. "The Sending" being another such example of this, although Uematsu gets a little more creative with his choices in that one.

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