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Paprika

Postby djangology » Tue Jul 08, 2003 3:42 am

I thought that Paprika song was pretty cool and so i had to figure it out. Does anyone disagree with my chords for this tune or can anyone improve on what i have? The song reminds me of Hungaria but with a 7th chord (E7) instead of the flat 9th (F#M6) as well as being one notch upwards in tempo.

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FM6       E7           FM6                 Am D7
Gm6 Bbm6     Am7  D7      G7             Gm7
FM6       E7           FM6                 Am D7
Gm7 Bbm7  Dmin7 (F/A)    C#7 C7       FM6 C7
         
FM6       E7           FM6                Am D7
Gm6 Bbm6     Am7  D7      FM6 E7     FM6 C7
FM6       E7           FM6                Am D7
Gm7 Bbm7  Am7  D7      E(oct) B7       E(oct) C7



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Intro:

----------------------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------5-6-----9-10------9-9-9-9-8-8--
-----------------1-2-----4-5---------5--------9----7-7-7-7-6-6--
---------2-3---------3-------7---------------------9-9-9-9-8-8--
-2-3---------3-------------------------------------8-8-8-8-7-7--
-----1----------------------------------------------------------

Head:
-------------------------------------|--%--|--8-8---6-8-6-8-5---
--8-10-------------------8-10--------|--%--|--------------------
-------9-9--------7-9-10------9-9----|--%--|--------------------
---------------10--------------------|-----|--------------------
-------------------------------------|-----|--------------------
-------------------------------------|-----|--------------------

--5-6-8-6----5-4-5-6-5---|----------10-12-10-----------------7-6-5----------|-
-------------------------|-10-12-13----------13-10-----------------8-7-6----|-
-------------------------|-------------------------12-9------------------5--|-
-------------------------|------------------------------10------------------|-
-------------------------|--------------------------------------------------|-
-------------------------|--------------------------------------------------|-

note:  need lots of staccato on the 765 876 phrase.

End Lick:

---------------------------------------
--11-11--10-8-11-10------------10------
---------------------12-9---------10---
--------------------------10-----------
---------------------------------------
---------------------------------------


NOTE: i moved this posting over from "Tchavalo the dude" because it made more sense in this category.
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Postby Phydeaux3 » Tue Jul 08, 2003 7:12 pm

Must of missed this please enlighten me on who wrote this song and if it appears on any CD
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Postby djangology » Tue Jul 08, 2003 9:51 pm

Paprika is a song which supposedly is played in the video below.... I don't know who wrote it, but if you watch the video you will see what I am talking about.

http://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/viva_access/clubviva/clips/tchavolo_song.ram

the video is also on about-django.com
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Postby Zoot » Wed Jul 09, 2003 12:30 am

It's a Tchavolo Schmitt tune and a stonking one at that.
Can also be heard on the soundtrack of "Swing" DVD and CD
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Postby Phydeaux3 » Wed Jul 09, 2003 4:42 pm

Thank you oh exalted one!
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Postby Salt Peanuts » Sat Jul 12, 2003 2:52 am

Djangology - thank you a million times for that tab, it's brilliant.

By any chance would anyone have a tab of the Rosenberg Trio's treatment of "Manoir des mes Reves" from Caravan feat. Stephan Grappelli.
Being a guitar noob I have only figured out the first part, what gets me are the chord changes ( there seeming to be many more than the standard chord charts show in this version ).

It is in the same key as the manoir tab up here @ hotclub but with lots of extra chords and embellishments.
Can anyone help a noob out.
I can send you the particular extract of the song, it is the rhythm not the lead :)[/code]
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Postby djangology » Sun Jul 20, 2003 9:03 pm

some important chord forms for this song:

FM6 and E7

-0-- -0- high-e
-3-- -3-
-2-- -1-
-0-- -0-
-3-- -2-
-x-- -x- low-E

you can also use these shapes for one of the turnarounds, making the last 8 bars:
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Gm7 Bbm7  Am7  D7      FM6 E7     FM6 C7


I just updated my original chord chart at the top of this thread...
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Postby Zoot » Sun Jul 20, 2003 11:28 pm

You can download 2 pretty acurate versions of Paprika and Mire Pral both on the "Swing" CD and DVD.
www.clubtabou.co.uk/source/paprika.jpg
www.clubtabou.co.uk/source/mire_pral.jpg

Bar 29 on Paprika may be a straight E.
Please advise anyone

Both courtesy of Colin Cosimini.
Nice chap that he is.
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Postby djangology » Mon Jul 21, 2003 3:29 pm

Thank you Colin and Steve! You are great guys. That is the frosting on the cake! :-) I totally agree with Colins chart but please note my chord voicings that I posted above, especially the 1st position E7. Also, the Mira Pral chords will go well with a chart that i have of the head of that tune. :-)

I get the impression then that this song may end up possibly in Volume 2 of Colins chord book when it finally gets finished?
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Postby justjack » Mon Jul 21, 2003 7:02 pm

Christmas comes early! Thanks to both those fine gents. This has got me thinking, though. Not that I want to horn in on our host, but I wonder if there isn't a way to add a blank grid template to the reply page, some icon, that, when clicked, inserts a standard size blank grid into the reply, just waiting to be filled with all those lovely chords. It might make things more of a piece if everyone used the same format, and, more importantly: no more inserting bar lines! Or am I off my rocker?
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Postby Zoot » Mon Jul 21, 2003 7:52 pm

If I had the time I would. Ce la vie
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Postby djangology » Mon Jul 21, 2003 9:08 pm

yeah, that would be a big job...
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Postby justjack » Mon Jul 21, 2003 10:00 pm

Hmmm...yes, I see, the hyperchips and whatnots...I guess I've a ways to go to computer literacy. Still, thanks for humoring me. Humbly yours, Jack.
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Postby djangology » Fri Jul 25, 2003 9:27 pm

After further research on the subject, it does in fact seem that it is possible for Zoot to enable the <table>, <td>, <center>and <tr> HTML tags so that we can enter nice tables with chord data.

Zoot, can you arrange this? In the preferences for phpBB you just enable the HTML and specify which tags are allowed.

In my tests it turned out really nicely. You can put colors on chords and everything. You could just enter into your post something like this:

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<table>
<tr><td>||Am</td> <td>|Dm</td> <td>|E7</td> <td>|Am</td> <td>|[size=18][color=red]Dm[/color][/size]</td> <td>|[color=blue]Bb7[/color]</td> <td>|E7</td></tr>
<tr><td>||Am</td> <td>|Dm</td> <td>|G6</td></tr>
</table>


P.S. I also discovered during my research that Zoot can actually enable users to change their own login names. By default phpBB disables this. So if you unhappy with your login name perhaps Zoot could enable this temporarily so that many of us can change our names to something we might like better?
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Postby justjack » Sat Jul 26, 2003 4:22 am

Zoot, how can such initiative go unrewarded? I may not understand it all, but still, nice legwork, 'Ology.
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