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BA


Admin
[Admin]
(4 months ago)
@SexPistol happy to try to help, if you can give us some more details...like what instrument do you play, how long have you been playing and what's your bank account #?
SexPistol
[Guest]
(4 months ago)
i can't understand this... (slow learner)
vil
[Guest]
(8 months ago)
yeah buddy this was awesome
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(1 year ago)
@calvin Jackson - By tap music do you mean tap dancing music? Never heard of it, whats it sound like?
calvin jackson
[Guest]
(1 year ago)
Is there a book or sheet for practicing tap music. beginners piano books have practice pages... calvinj399@gmail.com
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(1 year ago)
@jazz - playing several letters/notes at the same time is seen when the notes are lined up vertically, for instance:
4|e-----
4|c-----

This means play both the c and the e notes at the same time.

You mentioned the blue arrows don't play anything, can you check to see if this link plays anything?
http://tabnabber.com/documents/pianoTabMidis/h...

That's a link to a standard midi file which is playable in most media/audio players such as windows media player, quicktime, winamp, etc.

Hope that helps, do let us know!
jazz

New Tabber
[New Recruit]
(1 year ago)
couldnt find how to play 2 3, or 4 letters together. I get the tab method and I love...just need this info. I didnt see it on how to read tab. blue arrow doesnt play any thing also. the coda dont seem to line up with the notes on so many utube videos. I been trying by best to get this song down from watching videos then write the note down, but cant get it. tab method would make this so easy...calvinj399@gmail.com
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(1 year ago)
@calvinJackson can you provide more details? where are you searching from and what are you searching for?
calvinJackson
[Guest]
(1 year ago)
I found CODA song (sammys song) on your site in tab form, came to the library so I can print it but cant find it again. you tell me to search but it doesnt link me back to your site.
Ulshman


Tabber
[Tabber]
(4 years ago)
I have to say. I've always thought about a notation system similar to that of guitar tablature, but never thought it would catch on.

When I 1st started out all I had to go on was the relation between piano and guitar
That system looked something like this.
Strings = Down
Frets = across

0--1--|--2--|--3--|--4--|--5--|
E--F--|--F#-|--G--|--G#-|--A--|
B--C--|--C#-|--D--|--D#-|--E--|
G--G#-|--A--|--A#-|--B--|--C--|
D--D#-|--E--|--F--|--F#-|--G--|
A--A#-|--B--|--C--|--C#-|--D--|
E--F--|--F#-|--G--|--G#-|--A--|

Whenever I'd read guitar tabs
I'd do math to convert it

ex: 6 on the 12th fret is 5 on the 7th fret and also 4 on the 2nd fret
and so on (i think you get the picture)

Basically My version of tablature looked almost
the same as guitar tab
only nothing went over the 5th fret

Ex: Enter Sandman went from looking like this

Rhythm Fill 2:
==============
   E5                        G5 E5 G5 E5 F#5 G5 F#5
          sl       V          PM------------------|
1|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
2|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
3|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
4|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
5|--2---2----/7--------------5-------5-------4---5---4---------------|
6|--0---0---------6---5------3---0---3---0---2---3---2---------------|
    |-------3x--------|
(Repeat Rhythm Fill 2 once)

To looking like this

Rhythm Fill 2:
==============
   E5                        G5 E5 G5 E5 F#5 G5 F#5
          sl       V          PM------------------|
1|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
2|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
3|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
4|------------2--------------0-------------------0-------------------|
5|--2---2---------1---0--------------4-------4-------4---------------|
6|--0---0--------------------3---0---2---0---2---3---2---------------|
    |-------3x--------|
(Repeat Rhythm Fill 2 once)

Ever since then, That was how I knew Music
Never read sheet music. (Okay I tried once with "November Rain")
I always get the weirdest looks from people when I tell them
"I don't read sheet music, I read Tablature"

But this takes me back to those days (many years ago) when I first started out.

ableton
[Guest]
(4 years ago)
learning piano is a good habit .

http://resoundsound.com
Belliza


Admin
[Admin]
(4 years ago)
Sure, how can we help piano gurl?
Piano gurl
[Guest]
(4 years ago)
I need help can the owner of his help me? Really...I need it for school plzz help... Thxs plz reply sap( soon as possible)
Belliza


Admin
[Admin]
(4 years ago)
@Learning: Thanks for the feedback! The goal of this site isn't to save you a buck from purchasing a licensed copy of sheet music, so that's good that we weren't able to help you there! If you would like to view the best songs we have to offer, we recommend what's featured:
http://tabnabber.com/featured

Or the highest rated:
http://tabnabber.com/highestRated

@10Shades: We can! Please see our "How to Read Sheet Music Page":
http://tabnabber.com/notes/how_to_read_sheet_m...
ami
[Guest]
(4 years ago)
Thank you! It's an very easy way to learn playing keyboard^^
10Shades
[Guest]
(4 years ago)
so can you show a demonstate of how to read the sheet notes on the piano
Learning
[Guest]
(4 years ago)
This theory is great and says something about "Tabs" but none of the websites that have tabs/chords say anything about how the music is played. It is completely ridiculous and seems to have no order to it. This article has been the most helpful in learning "Tabs/Chords" but when looking side by side at these sites that show Popular songs and "How to Play" them, it makes no sense. I went to I song that I currently know how to play -- It makes no sense at all.

Basically, as helpful and broken down as this article is, these Tab/Chord sites still do not teach these popular songs. I thought I could save a buck instead of buying sheet music -- I was dead wrong. Basically it gives you chord after chord which might be the right notes, but definately do not teach the song. If you went by these "Tabs" you would never learn a song.

I would suggest taking a look at as many tab sites as possible and you will see how ridiculous these things are. So dead wrong and horrible with timing. It might be free but you do not learn a song in minutes. Sheet music has never made me want to scream like these crap sites have.

((Then again, if they all went by your example -- it would all be perfect. Why does this make sense and the other ones make none at all?))
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(4 years ago)
@Josh - we'd need to know the type of keyboard to know exactly, but your theory sounds good. Playing the exact octave a tab specifies isn't all that important anyway, if it sounds too high just move down an octave. A lot of keyboards have an "octave adjust" option to expand the range also.
Josh
[Guest]
(4 years ago)
We bought a cheap keyboard w/ 44 keys. Should I assume that the layout is similar to the 49 key piano, but with the first 5 keys on the left removed? I'm trying to get my 9yr old to read tabs but we don't know where the octaves begin and end. Thanks!
Anonymous
[Guest]
(4 years ago)
@marosi hi marosi, it depends. See:

http://tabnabber.com/view_Tab.asp?tabID=9972&a...
OR
http://tabnabber.com/FORUM2/display_message.as...
marosi


Tabologist
[Tabologist]
(4 years ago)
Hey I was wondering so I don't have to guess the spacings in between notes, how many - does a quarter beat equal out too
fam
[Guest]
(4 years ago)
Thank you! This site was very helpful
love


New Tabber
[New Recruit]
(4 years ago)
this is malsome i love this
cluzter
[Guest]
(5 years ago)
thanks i learned...
mur
[Guest]
(5 years ago)
very good and usefull
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(5 years ago)
@Shady66 "Fe" usually means play F sharp then e. If this doesn't help then post a link to the tab and someone will help you out.
geyby
[Guest]
(5 years ago)
buenas explicaciones exelente pagina!!
Shady66
[Guest]
(5 years ago)
Was trying to play a song in tabs on the keyboard, and understand everything fine, but then it says "Fe" how do you play this? I'm totally knew to this so if someone could tell me, it would be great. It is literally the last thing I have to play to finish the song, so it kind of sucks not being able to! Thanks.
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(5 years ago)
@Pod - there isn't an Octave 1 on the smaller keyboard layouts, true. If you have a 76 key or higher keyboard then you will have octave 1. See here http://tabnabber.com/documents/keyMaps/76.htm
(And you could always adjust all your keyboard's octaves down.)
Pod
[Guest]
(5 years ago)
Thanks for this great site!
One question though, a lot of tabs and your tut have octave 1, but there isn't one on the keyboard?
Thanks again
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(5 years ago)
@Warren - Great Question. The [Bm/D] chord is a [Bm] chord. They are almost exactly the same chord, but the slash in [Bm/D] indicates there is an additional "D" note. Chords with the slash ("/") are called "split chords". A split chord is just a regular chord with an additional bass note. The slash separates the chord name and the bass note. So the [Bm/D] chord is actually an "B" minor chord with a lower "D" bass note added to it. [D/Bb] would be a "D" major chord with a "Bb" note added to it, etc.
Warren
[Guest]
(5 years ago)
Hi,
I understand [Bm] or [D], but how should I understand something like [Bm/D] ? Thanks.
slickrick


Tabologist
[Tabologist]
(5 years ago)
@Ivan - I recommend you learn songs you like. The really good ones are here: http://tabnabber.com/members/membersTabs.asp?u... (mine 8D)and here http://tabnabber.com/highestRated and here http://tabnabber.com/featured
If the songs are too hard play them slower or skip every other note or play chorded tabs, those can be the easiest as you only have to learn a few chords for a song.
Ivan
[Guest]
(5 years ago)
Thanks a lot BA, appreciate your reply on such short notice. Could you also suggest few easy songs to play using piano tab, not sure if I should ask this from you though :). Thanks in advance!
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(5 years ago)
@Ivan - 61 key keyboards don't have the first octave by default, but your keyboard probably has an option to adjust the octaves up or down. You could also just play it in the higher octave as you suggested.

Regarding the [D] chord in 3 octaves; chords work across any octaves, the only thing that matters in a chord is the notes that are played, not the octaves they are played on.

Hope this helps, let us know if you have any other questions.
Ivan
[Guest]
(5 years ago)
Hello, if my piano's range is 61 keys, how can I play a note in the first octave? Should I just move every note to the next ocatave? For example if there is a note on the first and second octave, then I'll play those notes on second and third, right?

And under the "Reading Piano Tabs (advanced symbols)" how can D chord be on 3 octaves, from 1-3? Can't I just play it on second octave orso?
christelle
[Guest]
(5 years ago)
merci pour se super site
trés utile
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(5 years ago)
@Cows - is that a serious question? I don't see a #M anywhere.
Cows have big hairy kidneys.
[Guest]
(5 years ago)
I tried doing what this says on my keyboard, but I can't find #M anywhere. any help?
rybak
[Guest]
(5 years ago)
now i'm epic piano guy!
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(5 years ago)
@Ronniel C. Menor - Hindi ko maintindihan mo. (I don't understand what you mean)
Ronniel C. Menor
[Guest]
(5 years ago)
Peke nmn ung guitar tab to piano tab converter nyo? Triny ko naglagay ng guitar tab gling sa ultimate guitar pero wla nmn nagbago, un parin. Sure ba kaung gumagana yan??
Abraham Díaz Puerto Rico
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
Logicamente estos sistemas usados para componer o ejecutar música son de gran ayuda, no obstante el conocer uno y tratar de aprender el otro será un tanto dificil.Por lo tanto es aconsejable aprenderlos ambos simultaneamente.Les felicito muy bien explicado el tema.
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(6 years ago)
@mamita - you just want to print this page, right? Have you tried File -> Print?
mamita

New Tabber
[New Recruit]
(6 years ago)
how do you copy this onto word so that you can print and play?
louie
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
di naman tama
efeedea efe
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
tratare de aprenderlo de memoria. gracias
killjoy
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
this is the best...how come no body tell me bout this before..=P
m1892y
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
cooooool!!!!!!!!!
Bhaskar
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
Very Good page for learner and Master.
anitashearman
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
Looking to learn tabs? The is the best webpage i've seen!
Anonymous
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
hm, i still think standard notation is easier, cuz tabs still and always will lack rhythm/note duration...also this system makes it harder to understand key signatures with flats in them, since all the flat notes are played as their enharmonic notes...
I love life
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
Wow... I find this to be super helpful :]...thank you , you rock
as21122
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
it wasn't what i needed to know but i guess it was kind of helpful. :/
mikkibin
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
This is awesum!
Anonymous
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
es bueno
NSN_
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
This is really helpful ! Thanks a lot :)
cutie pie 0
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
thanks!
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(6 years ago)
@sheila - Have a look at this - This page lists different fingerings for different chords:
http://tabnabber.com/piano_chords.asp
And this page lists an example tab page of some of the most common chords:
http://tabnabber.com/view_Tab.asp?tabID=5933&a...
sheila
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
so far all i have seen when i request a piano tab is music that has just put down the chords and nothing else...that is not a tab...can u explain that..
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(6 years ago)
@Learjeff - thanks for the different perspective. Whilst I appreciate your candor I must disagree that reading sheet music is easy. In order to read sheet music, one must not only know the note names on their instrument (also required for tabs) but also at minimum:
1) memorize where the notes appear on the staff lines of the treble clef (across multiple octaves)
2) memorize where the notes appear on the staff lines of the bass clef (made more complex by the inconsistency between the treble and bass clef)
3) memorize the timings associated with each type of note (quarter, half, whole, etc)
4) memorize the different rest symbols
5) memorize the sharp, flat and natural symbols

To your triplets + grace notes point, I would argue that tabs could accommodate these things, although this notation has not yet been standardized. teeowe has made some good suggestions which we have yet to act upon here:
http://tabnabber.com/FORUM2/display_message.as...

I shall concede that sheet music is more detailed (i.e. complicated) than tabs but I see no evidence that it is easier to learn or read.
Learjeff
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
For folks getting started, I recommend trying to learn to read sheet music rather than tab. Sheet music shows differences between notes graphically, so it's easier to recognize a cluster of notes (such as a chord) in a given key. A first position major triad will always have equal spacing bewteen the notes: either all on lines or all in spaces. With practice these become easy to spot.

With tabs, timing is graphic, which is an advantage -- it's not in sheet music, and that's the hardest part to learn with sheet music. However, tab can't easily accommodate accidental triplets, grace notes, and other things that occur in music, due to its rigid structure.

However, if the tabs help you get going, then great -- different minds think differently and different approaches are valuable. But if you do start on tab, I recommend you also try sheet music. At first the tab may be easier, but within a short while, the sheet music will be.
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(6 years ago)
@173.55 This page is "how to read piano TABS". For how to read SHEET MUSIC see this page:
http://tabnabber.com/notes/how_to_read_sheet_m...

Anonymous
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
i still dont understand, i cant find one website that helps me find out how to read sheet music!!!! :X
Jbrown

New Tabber
[New Recruit]
(6 years ago)
any tips for hand placement without a teacher?
wize owl
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
this willl help me a lot so for the futcher

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Butterflieslife
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
Hahaha sda eso fue algo que yo no savia que evas a dicer ^o^* I can't spell much in spanish lol!
Butterflieslife
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
I understand it now ^o^+(#•_•#)= good job?!?
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(6 years ago)
@Hatty Morgan

There's some tips from your fellow tabbers here:
http://tabnabber.com/FORUM2/display_message.as...
HiLOL
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
Um, ok i think i understand but could someone explain everything briefly please, i'm not that musical but i want to learn!
Hatty Morgan
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
Love the picture BA.


P.S. Any tips for learning how to play the piano without a teacher?
sda
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
esto apesta mamamela
aJayy
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
@BOOMER - That's a guitar tab, not piano ;D
Probably4Certain
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
@confoosed : I am here to help, what don't you get? how to read piano tab?
i iz confoosed
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
i dont get how to read these things! help!!
Belliza


Admin
[Admin]
(6 years ago)
@Boomer that is a guitar tab, see this page:
http://tabnabber.com/documents/guitarTabFAQ.as...

Or you can convert that to a piano tab on this page:
http://tabnabber.com/convertorBasic.asp
BOOMER
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
how do you read tabs like these?:



e|-----------------------------------------------------|
b|-----5---5--------5---5--------5---5--------5---5----|
g|---5---5---5----5---5---5----5---5---5----5---5---5--| x3
d|-----------------------------------------------------|
a|-0-------------------------3------------3------------|
E|--------------3--------------------------------------|
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(6 years ago)
@ConfusedSceneKid: You don't need math skills to read tabs.
Are you having trouble reading a piano tab or a guitar tab?

Also if you know how to read sheet music, try the link that says "view as sheet music" (on every tab page).
ConfusedSceneKid
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
I know how to read sheet but I can't my song anywhere except in tabs and this is confusing omg!!! IM BAD AT MATH MORE NUMBERS MAKE MY HEAD HURT
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(6 years ago)
@Cy-Chan: What part do you find confusing?
Cy-Chan
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
I need help! These tabs are so confusing, and I can't get sheet music for my favorite song, only tabs. Assistance PLEASE!
...claire
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
love it
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(6 years ago)
@ria what is it you don't understand - how to read tabs or sheet music or life in general? :P
ria
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
uhhhhh i dont really understand HELP!
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(6 years ago)
@omgHELP sheet music? where? I see no sheet music here. You are in tab land buddy. There is no escape.

@okyere boadi... I don't know what notes you want, but you didn't list an email so NO NOTES FOR YOU!
timmy
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
thank you.i learned how to read a piano tab at last..it became easy for me because of your site.
okyere boadi
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
please l need your help .please send me your notes to my email so that l can print.
omgHELP
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
I am VERY confused. I don't want to sound like REALLY stupid, but I get confused reading sheet music. :S
Grbarjgr
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
I love this site
Kiku
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
Thanks, this really helped a lot. c:
eanaya1700
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
This Piano Information page is outstanding! Who ever was involved in creating this Site...Thanks...Good Looking Out. Musical knowledge is every humans right.


BA


Admin
[Admin]
(6 years ago)
@Bobilina: Check out this other page:
http://tabnabber.com/notes/how_to_read_sheet_m...
Bobilina
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
I need help reading notes on a staff!
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(6 years ago)
Yo Steahl. Did you read the guide written above?

"R" indicates the notes on the line are played on the Right hand
"L" indicates the notes on the line are played on the Left hand
Steahl
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
I have on problem with this. How do I know if it is the left or right hand?
bobbyboo
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
thanks much
Bobby101
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
Thanks this is great!!!!!!
milry62


New Tabber
[New Recruit]
(6 years ago)
wjere is the search bok to find tabs i can't find it!!!!!
yo hello
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
the green notes just show you the root note of the chord
Helloo
[Guest]
(6 years ago)
Right so I was just reading some tabs off this website and I think I'm nearly there with this tab business.
But seriously on the little diagrams of the song chords why does on key always have a green print and the rest yellow?
If anyone could help that would be awesome!!

Thanks for this though! x
Anonymous
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
tks 4 tht that showed me the basics i needed 2 know
3abraham16
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
will like to learn how to play some of the song from Marcos Witt in my piano is there some one that could guide my threw this step as well how to you work this website
asheigh(
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
okay,can anybody help me? lilke give me a website or something?
i love playing the piano but i cant read sheet music and i need the ones with letter,cn anybody help? i would like to have the song Bless the broken road by Rasscell Flatts (that name is probley spelled wrong) but anything will work!
I need heeeelp pleeease! ((:
Anonymous
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
thanx dis helped alot!
bellaboo1xoxo
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
thanks for this!
John Rey
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
Thanks!! It really helps me a lot!!..
Jeejay
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
thank you! that helped very much!
chibichan
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
would I do Trumpet tabs the same way?
frontman95

New Tabber
[New Recruit]
(7 years ago)
Hey I get how to read tabs lol but frequently on the verses there are just chord names over the words and no indication on the rhythm or how to play that part. i am trying to learn Open up my eyes by Buckcherry but i have no idea what do to on the verses or the chorus. do I just hold out the chord?
Max
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
Even after reading the explanation of how to turn the tab into notes I have no idea how to read this strange code.

Suggestion: Simply show the chords used instead of turning it into some cryptic code.
BD
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
umm I need more pictures but that is just me Thx!
BD it is a smiley face with shades!
Anonymous
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
muchas graciassss si me sirviooo**gracias y esperooo que sinno ayuden mas de lo qq me ayudaron ami gracccccccccccciiiaaaaasssssssssss¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡
decstarr
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
If your going to learn piano or guitar tabs. You might as well learn note reading. Both methods still need valuable time to learn them.

To some people tabs may leave out some of the skills that music note reading can bring. However both methods can be used at the same time. Using tabs are not a bad idea and can fast track you to learning a song quicker, but try not to get to technical, enjoy your music. That's what musics about.
me2
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
thx
DARK PRINCESSP
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
OMG....
THANK YOU :P
Escola-online
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
Aprendi mucho
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(7 years ago)
Well, Mr. Tongue-face, the piano tab to guitar tab converter is coming (in the very far away distance future). I didn't know there was an appetite for it, considering the 500 billion guitar tabs there are out there!
One question that I'm struggling with is how do we know what strings to place the converted notes on for the best guitar fingering? I guess you guitarists have the same issue when reading sheet music. How do you do it?
dOM
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
thanks! :)) this one is really helpful
=P
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
can you make a piano tab to guitar tab converter?
slippy
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
The black key AFTER each key is a sharp. So there is no E sharp or B sharp. Or you could say that E sharp is F, and B sharp is C.
boddehzz
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
this is very helpful. but so if the black key before each is a sharp, is there no f sharp then?
anonymous


Tabber
[Tabber]
(7 years ago)
when im writing a tab how do i start out with sheet music which im more familiar with
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(7 years ago)
As Steph pointed out, there already is a tab to sheet music converter.
http://tabnabber.com/convert_piano_sheet_music...
andy
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
i second the tab to sheet music suggestion. would make the site even more useful. thanks!
steph


Tab Guru
[Tab Guru]
(7 years ago)
Start here for free tabs:
http://tabnabber.com/tablature_list.aspx?music...

There's a bunch of tabs for Happy Birthday, here's some:
http://tabnabber.com/song_artists.aspx?music=h...

There already is a piano tab to sheet music converter:
http://tabnabber.com/convert_piano_sheet_music...

PEACE!
toggy
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
wer can we find free tabs for piano?
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(7 years ago)
Hey Tyler, your comment sucks man its stupid and doesn't help.
:P
Tyler
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
this thing sucks man its stupid and doesn't help
BA


Admin
[Admin]
(7 years ago)
You can learn how to play Bm (and all other chords) here: http://tabnabber.com/piano_chords.asp

Fur Elise is at: http://tabnabber.com/band_songs.aspx?music=Bee...
Anonymous
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
how do you play Bm
Anonymous
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
all i want is the sheeet music in letters ( a b c d e f g ) for fur elise !!!!!!
Newbie
[Guest]
(7 years ago)
tnxzz.. yur awesome.. ^^
BA


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[Admin]
(7 years ago)
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