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Postby emicad » Fri Aug 27, 2004 6:55 am

I'm looking for the chords and the theme (make with chords) of Oriental shuffle. I'ts an incredible piece but rare to find around the web.

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Postby devinci » Fri Aug 27, 2004 8:43 am

A F/F/F/D7/G-/C7/F CSHARP/G- C7
F/F/F/D7/G-/C7/F C7/F

B C-/F7/B FLAT/B FLAT A7 A FLAT 7/G7 BREAK




I hope you can understand this, if not non ti priocopare.
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Postby emicad » Fri Aug 27, 2004 9:31 am

now i'm at work i'll try home later and i'll make you know

for the theme? Looking at the execution by Stochelo i've seen some half-diminished chords but i don't know how and where to put in.

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Postby Bflat » Fri Aug 27, 2004 12:01 pm

Try this for a more Django-like approach:

F6/9 / C7#5/Bb / F6/9 / D9 / Gm / C9 / F6/9 Db9 / Gb6/9 C9 /
F6/9 / C7#5/Bb / F6/9 / D9 / Gm / C9 / F6/9 Bbm6 / F6 /
F9 / F9 / Bb6/9 / Bb6/9 / G7 / G7 / C9 break / - /
F6/9 / C7#5/Bb / F6/9 / D9 / Gm / C9 / F6/9 C7 / F6 /

Sounds great, doesn't it?
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Postby emicad » Fri Aug 27, 2004 1:20 pm

thanks, have you the theme made with chords?

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Postby Bflat » Sat Aug 28, 2004 5:48 pm

emicad wrote:thanks, have you the theme made with chords?

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No, I don't. If you ever get them please post them here!
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Postby justjack » Sun Aug 29, 2004 3:23 am

Hi all. I haven't looked at it myself, but there's a lead sheet here:
http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/gy ... ent/files/

Good luck,
Jack.
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Postby emicad » Sun Aug 29, 2004 2:34 pm

thank you jack
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Postby lnb » Tue Aug 31, 2004 11:13 am

iTS IN NOLANS GIG BOOK, CHORDS AND THEME.
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Postby emicad » Tue Aug 31, 2004 11:31 am

are you sure the theme is made with chords? i have already the sheet with chords and theme (thank you Jack) but i need 4 voicings theme as played by Stochelo in live at Samois 2003.

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Postby emicad » Sun Sep 05, 2004 3:33 pm

hi b-flat

when you say C7#5/Bb you mean C7#5 with Bb on the bass? or two chords, tho beats C7#5 and two beats Bb...

if it's C7#5 with Bb on the bass, how i can take this chord?

i have problem to understand the quarter division of the song, can you divide me the quarters with bold slashes, so i can understand.
something like this:

F6/9 / C7#5/Bb / F6/9 / D9/ ecc. ecc.
it's ok?

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Postby Bflat » Sun Sep 05, 2004 5:52 pm

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quote="emicad"]hi b-flat

when you say C7#5/Bb you mean C7#5 with Bb on the bass? or two chords, tho beats C7#5 and two beats Bb...

if it's C7#5 with Bb on the bass, how i can take this chord?


It's Bb in the bass, like this:
6th: 6th fret
5th: x (or 7th fret)
4th: 6th fret
3rd: 5th fret
2nd: 5th fret
1st: 6th fret (or x)

Good luck!
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Postby emicad » Mon Sep 06, 2004 6:41 am

Thank you b-flat, i'll try home, now i'm at work, look at the time... :(

if i have problems with the quarter division i'll tell you.

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Postby Manouche » Fri Sep 10, 2004 11:51 am

Or you could use what Nous'che did at Samois 2003 for that 2nd chord:

6th: 1st fret
5th: x
4th: open
3rd: 1st fret
2nd: 1st fret
1st: open

-much easier, in fact for the first time through he just stays on F6/9 for that bar! Nous'che does some very subtle chord variations for 3rd & 4th repeats, bflats chords are fine though. Sorry for the late response I have been away in your country working on a "Grand Design"(sept 22 UK only).
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Postby emicad » Fri Sep 10, 2004 1:51 pm

thank you
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Manouche wrote:Or you could use what Nous'che did at Samois 2003 for that 2nd chord:

6th: 1st fret
5th: x
4th: open
3rd: 1st fret
2nd: 1st fret
1st: open

-much easier, in fact for the first time through he just stays on F6/9 for that bar! Nous'che does some very subtle chord variations for 3rd & 4th repeats, bflats chords are fine though. Sorry for the late response I have been away in your country working on a "Grand Design"(sept 22 UK only).
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