Oops, an error
Loading. Please wait.

Bbc Sherlock - Who You Really Are tab

1,735 views 27 this week
no commentswrite comment
1 2 3 4 5
x 4
add to favorites
×
Save as Personal and add changes to this tab that will be seen only by you. Learn more ›
×
You can save this tab as Personal to edit and correct it or add notes. All changes will be seen only by you. Learn more »
launch autoscroll
font size
0
reset
how to read this tab
guitar tuner
edit
Autoscroll
slow
fast
+/-
esc
set tempo
stop
The original soundtrack: "Who You Really Are" by David Arnold & Michael Price.
Sherlock BBC (Season 4, Episode 3) ending: violin duet of Sherlock and Eurus.

The whole song is played on strings 1-4. The 5th (F) and the 6th (A#) strings aren't used at all.
The original video (which I'm making a tab for) can be found here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cF2eidQMtMA
This is EXACTLY how I played this song.
Most parts are somehow repeated with just tiny little modulations or smth like that.
If you play in E standard tuning, just play every note 4 frets lower than I wrote.
Don't pay that much of attention to these thingies (|) - I just divide song parts with those. They are not the
bars you see in, let's say, guitar pro.

[Intro]
 C|-----------------------------------------|---------------------------------|
 G|---14/17~---14-19~---17\16----14~--16-17~|21~---19-22~---19-21~---17~---16~|
D#|13-------------------------13~-----------|---------------------------------|
A#|-----------------------------------------|---------------------------------|
 F|-----------------------------------------|---------------------------------|
A#|-----------------------------------------|---------------------------------|

[Second riff]
 C|---------21-19~------------|-----------17-16~-------|
 G|19-21-22--------22~---21~--|--16-17-19--------19-17~|
D#|----------------------------------------------------|
A#|----------------------------------------------------|
 F|----------------------------------------------------|
A#|----------------------------------------------------|

Here goes a little pause, and then:

 C|---------16-14.(x6)-12.12.-|11.(x6)-9.9.-11~-12-11-12-12/14|
 G|14-16-17-------------------|-------------------------------|
D#|---------------------------|-------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------|-------------------------------|
 F|---------------------------|-------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------|-------------------------------|

The dotted notes are played like staccato.

And after that goes the intro again:
[Intro again]
 C|-----------------------|-------------------|
 G|---14/17~-14-19~-17\16-|----14~---16-17~---|
D#|13---------------------|13~----------------|
A#|-----------------------|-------------------|
 F|-----------------------|-------------------|
A#|-----------------------|-------------------|

And after a little pause goes the second part of the intro but with little changes:
[Intro variation]
 C|---------------------------------|
 G|---------19-2-----19-22~---19-21~|
D#|18-20-21-------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------|
 F|---------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------|


 C|----------21-19~------------|------------17-16~----------------------|
 G|17-19-21---------22~---21~--|--16-17-19--------19---19h21p19---17~---|
D#|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
 F|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------------------------------------------|

 C|---------16---14~----12---11~---9---11~|
 G|14-16-17-------------------------------|
D#|---------------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------------|
 F|---------------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------------|

 C|-------------------------21~~---21~~|----------------19----------------------------------------------|
 G|21~---19-21-22~---21-19~------------|-19-21-22~---22----21~---21-22-19~---19-21-17~---(17)\14-(14)/16|
D#|------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------------------------|
 F|------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------------------------|

 C|----------------------------------------|23~~|
 G|21~---21-22-19~---21-19-17~---17-19-16~-|----|
D#|----------------------------------------|----|
A#|----------------------------------------|----|
 F|----------------------------------------|----|
A#|----------------------------------------|----|

The next part is the hardest (I guess) because it's pretty fast and involves chromaticism and VERY strong
vibratos.

[Transition]
 C|----------------------------|----------14-15-16-17-16-15~~|
 G|----------------------------|-14-16-17--------------------|
D#|---------11-12-13-14-13-12~~|-----------------------------|
A#|11-13-14--------------------|-----------------------------|
 F|----------------------------|-----------------------------|
A#|----------------------------|-----------------------------|

And now the thing I really love about that song: a flashback to "The Game Is On" tune!
First part of it is the following:
[The Game Is On]
 C|-----------------------------|--------------------------------|
 G|--------------------------14~|----14-X-14 13-14-16 14-(14)/17~|
D#|---13-X-13 12-13-14 13-11----|-11-----------------------------|
A#|11---------------------------|--------------------------------|
 F|-----------------------------|--------------------------------|
A#|-----------------------------|--------------------------------|

 C|---------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------------------|
 G|21-------------------------------------19----|---16-17.---17-19-16.-16-17--14.-14-16--13.---13----14~~|
D#|---18-X-18-20.---21.----20h21p20----18----18.|18-----------------------------------------------13-----|
A#|---------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------------------| x2
 F|---------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------------------| 
A#|---------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------------------|

After that goes the modulation or harmony (not sure how to call this correctly tbh) for the whole "The Game Is
On" part which is pretty much the same thingy but played slower, without staccatos and is all 2 frets higher:
[The Game Is On modulation]
 C|---------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
 G|------------------------------16~|----16~---16---15-16-18 16-(16)/19~|
D#|----15~---15---14-15-16 15-13----|-13--------------------------------|
A#|13-------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
 F|---------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------|-----------------------------------|

 C|--------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
 G|23-----------------------21-----|---------------21----------------------21------(21)\14~~--16~~-------|
D#|---20~~---20-22-23-22-20----20~~|20-22-23~~--23----22~~--20-22-23~~--23----22~~-----------------------|
A#|--------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
 F|--------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|--------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------|

*********************************************************

| h   Hammer-on
| p   Pull-off
| x   Dead note
| /   Slide-up
| \   Slide down
| ~   Vibrato
| ~~  Strong vibrato
| .   Staccato
| ()  Silent note or specific note that starts the slide

*********************************************************
Good luck in learning this beautiful song!

            
            
Suggest correction
Creating personal tab
Creating personal tab
You can edit any tab online and save it as your Personal.

You can edit, replace or remove any tab part or add personal notes – all changes will be seen only by you.

Personal tabs can be accessed anytime from any device, even offline.
Learn more »
comments
print report bad tab
guest
You may want to rate the tab now too:
select rating
Wanna post a correction for this tab? Suggest correction