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Re: The Beatles Complete Scores


 
12/22/2005 5:07 PM
anonymous Re: The Beatles Complete Scores
I paid $59.95 plus shipping when I got mine in '96 or so. I've seen it at BookStar/Barnes&Noble too. I don't know how accurate it really is - that's a guess. I've followed threads where guys go on and on dissecting the first chord in Hard Days Night and the guitar parts in The End.  
 
There are some deeply layered bits and moments in their music, even early on. I think the book will give you a close enough answer. Imo, the greatest source of trouble was George Martin. He knew harmony and arranging inside and out...so sometimes he would bang on the piano to punch things up and you can't quite hear it because it isn't a continuous piano part - stuff like that.
 
12/23/2005 1:53 AM
bob p
wow, prices have gone up. my brother gave me the black Beatles Complete songbook for my birthday back in the 80s and it probably cost $30 or $40 then.  
 
its a pretty good resource, though its definitely arranged for piano and not for guitar. most of the chords are listed in the first position and it has no tab.
 
 
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12/23/2005 11:22 AM
jaysg
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"though its definitely arranged for piano and not for guitar."
Completely different product than what you're thinking about. This is full tabs, includes the shrill horn line from Penny Lane, etc. Tab, harmonies, et al.
 
12/23/2005 8:23 PM
george
Hi guys,  
thanks a million for the replies- you know, I have always wanted that book, but never really had a justifiable reason to buy it until now. I think that is definately what i need to get.  
I will buy it ASAP.  
Thanks again for everything gents,  
Have a great holiday season!:)  
Thanks again,  
George
 
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