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clarie de lune / danse swing

Postby simon » Tue Feb 24, 2004 4:08 pm

Hello there

Well this must be the fellowship of the small hole....is quit funny if you say
it 3 times in a row.

Ok im an idiot, just for writing the joke.

I was wondering if anybody knew where to get a hold of tabs on
Claire du lune?
I`ve tried to copy it, but there`s small things i cant hear,
proberly.
Also there`s the cafe clip form lathro drom, I have it as a flash file,
so i cant break it down in any way, does anybody have the tabs for
that one?

That`s all, and bear over wiht me, im danish and my enlish sokss..
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Postby phildiamond » Wed Feb 25, 2004 3:16 am

Claire de lune is on this site:
http://alt.venus.co.uk/weed/music/classtab/

I kinda recall it being a bad tab, but there is a huge amount of tabs there. And I was comparing it to Julian Bream's version so it could be fine and I didn't even know it heh.
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Postby simon » Wed Feb 25, 2004 9:37 am

Thanks alot

But I was looking for the Django version, that wasent so clear, but
thanks anyway.
It`s nice to know there`s someone out there, ready to help.

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Postby Teddy Dupont » Wed Feb 25, 2004 5:59 pm

Try these chords for the Kosma version of "Clair de Lune" that Django plays which, possibly because the speed is wrong, sounds to be in D#m:-

D#m D#7/ G#m B6/ C# G#m6/ F# /
G#m A#7/ D#m / A#7 B7/ A#7/
D#m D#7/ G#m B6/ C# G#m6/ F#/
G#m A#7/ D#m / B7 A#7/ D#m
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Postby phildiamond » Wed Feb 25, 2004 7:33 pm

Ah heh, didn't know he did Clair De Lune. Is it at all related to Claude Debussy's classical piece or is Clair de lune something obvious in French that i don't know? :D
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Postby simon » Wed Feb 25, 2004 9:55 pm

Thanks Teddy

I play it in straight D minor, but never mind that.
I was realy interested in the solo, do you have that also?

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Postby simon » Wed Feb 25, 2004 9:58 pm

Oh year and phil

If you dont know django`s version of clair de lune, you should
realy chek it out, it`s wonderfull.

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Postby Teddy Dupont » Thu Feb 26, 2004 6:51 pm

phildiamond wrote:Ah heh, didn't know he did Clair De Lune. Is it at all related to Claude Debussy's classical piece or is Clair de lune something obvious in French that i don't know? :D

It's apparently a version by Joseph Kosma who wrote "Autumn Leaves".

simon wrote:I was realy interested in the solo, do you have that also?
simon

I don't have the solo but I do have Django's intro on Tabledit.
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Postby simon » Thu Feb 26, 2004 9:49 pm

Can You send it to me....please?

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Postby Paganini » Tue Mar 09, 2004 9:08 pm

Hi, as a newbe I'll throw something in, shouldn't the scedule be:
(Normaly in Dm but because of the wrong speed..)

D#m D#7/ G#m G#m / C#7 C#7 / F# G#o / G#m7 A#7#5 / D#m D#m
A#7 B7 / A#7 A#7

D#m D#7/ G#m G#m / C#7 C#7 / F# G#o / G#m7 A#7#5 / D#m Ao /
G#7 A#7 / D#m D#m


I always play it like that but might be wrong as well
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Postby simon » Tue Mar 09, 2004 10:33 pm

Thats rigtht
I just perfer to play it in Dm

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