A farewell to kings

Rush


Subject: A Farewell to Kings (intro) tabs
"A Farewell To Kings" classical guitar intro
Transcribed by David Sandberg (dts@quad.sialis.com)
------------------------------------0-----0---3-----3-2-------------- --3-----------7-------------------0---0-----------------2------------ ------4---2---------------------4-------------4-4-----------3-------- ----4-----2-----7-----------------------2---------5------------------ --2-----4-0---5---5-4-7-5---------------------------------4---------- --------------------------7-0-4---------------3-------2--------------
------------------------------------0-----0---3-----3-2-------------- --3---3-------7---7---------------0---0---------3-------2------------ --4---4---2---7---7-------------4-------------4-------------3-------- --4---4---2---7---7---------------------2---------5------------------ --2---2-4-0---5---5-4-7-5---------------------------------4---------- --------------------------7-0-4-------------0-3-------2--------------
------------------------------------0-----0-------------------------- --3---3-3-2---7---7---------------0---0------------------------------ --4---4-4-2---7---7-------------4------------------------------------ --4---4---2---7---7-------------------------------------------------- --2---2-4-0---5---5-4-7-5-------------------------------------------- --------------------------7-0-4---------4---0------------------------
----------------------5-----------5---------------------------------- --3---3-5---5-7---7-------------5------------------------------------ ----2---4-4---7---6---6-------6-------------------------------------- ----------------------7-----7---------------------------------------- ----------------------7---------------------------------------------- --2-----3-----5---5--------------------------------------------------
(synth and chimes enter) --------0---------------2---------0-----3-----3---3---3---2---------- --0-------0-------3-------3-----------1---1-------3-------3-3-------- --0---0-------0-------4-------4---0-0---------------0-----------2---- ----2-------------4-4-----------------------------------0-0---0------ --2-------------0-2---------2---0-3-------------0-------------------- ------------0-------------------------------0-----3------------------
--------0-0---0---------2---------------3---------3-----3-2----------
--0---------------3-------3-------1-------1-------3-------3---------- --0---0---------------------------0---0-------0-----0---------------- ----2-------------4-4-4-------4---2-2-----------------0---0---------- --2-------------0-2---------2---0-3---------3---0-2------------------ ------------0--------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------0---------3-----3-2-------------- --3-------2---7---7---------------0---0---0-----3-------2------------ --4---4-4-----------------------4-------------4-------------3-------- --4-------2---7---7---------------------2---------5------------------ --2---2-4-0---5---5-4-7-5---------------------------------4---------- --------------------------7-0-4-------------0-3-------2--------------
------------------------------------0-----0-------------------------- --3-------2---7---7---------------0---0------------------------------ --4---4-4-----------------------4------------------------------------ --4-------2---7---7-------------------------------------------------- --2---2-4-0---5---5-4-7-5-------------------------------------------- --------------------------7-0-4---------4---0------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------5------ --3---3-5---5-7---7---2---3-5---5-7---7---3---3-5---5-7---7---------- --2-2---4-4---7---6---2-2---4-4---7---6-----2-----4---7---6---6------ --------------------------------------------------------------7------ --------------------------------------------------------------7------ --2-----3-----5---5---2-----3-----5---5---2-----3-----5---5----------
----- Explanation on used symbols:
| - A pair of these indicate a part of music, not the usuals bars. : - Indicates that a part is to be repeated. This may be ommited, you should hear it too. _ - Indicates a hammer-on or pull-off (You should know which is appropriate) > - Indicates a bend-up or down or a slide. With a bend, the note to bend to is between '(' and ')'. Use the whammy for a downbend. With a slide, the follow-up note is the one to be slid to. ! - Indicates vibrato. ^ - Indicates harmonics. Is printed below the note.
For corrections or questions on the tabs, contact the author. If no e-mail address is included, contact Frank or Jason, addresses below.
For remarks, suggestions or additions on the tab 'archive', contact:
Frank or Jason (schaaphe@serc.nl) (bold%astroatc.uucp@cs.wisc.edu)
HAPPY PLAYING!!























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