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    Hi,

    This is just to ask a favor. Does anyone have a pdf of (or a link to) a beginner / intermediate level chord melody version of "Send in the Clowns", preferably with tab, that they could post or send me.

    Many thanks, Simon

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    Ted Greene version (from Solo Guitar):
    https://www.tedgreene.com/transcript..._TAB_Grids.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by jockster
    Hi,

    This is just to ask a favor. Does anyone have a pdf of (or a link to) a beginner / intermediate level chord melody version of "Send in the Clowns", preferably with tab, that they could post or send me.

    Many thanks, Simon
    no I don't sorry ....
    I'm working on one (in E) which lands nice
    on the guitar with some open E and B strings ringing on

    The change on "sure of my lines" is wonderfull
    fantastic tune , all power to you

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    One of these guys is in dropped D...you can get some nice sheet music at musicnotes.com




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    Quote Originally Posted by Tal_175
    Ted Greene version (from Solo Guitar):
    https://www.tedgreene.com/transcript..._TAB_Grids.pdf
    Send In The Clowns.pdf

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    Bucky Pizzarelli's solo guitar version is pretty straightforward (especially when compared to Ted Greene's virtuoso harmonics showcase). I think Bucky is playing a 7-string, but some of it might be adapted for 6.
    It's here:

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    Harry Leahy's is in E so he uses the open E pedal throughout. It might be a nice and worthwhile project to work this one out by ear. It's recorded pretty clearly, no really obscure voicings or unusual tunings. It's do-able with patience and attention given to bass note and melody coordination. Once you get those, you can see how things go together. Lot of roots in the bass in Harry's arrangement.


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    Many thanks for all the suggestions, they are very much appreciated. Lots to get stuck into. Happy for some more suggestions if anyone has any, many kind regards, Simon

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    Ted Greene also has a written version that he gave to his students. This is a "Skeletal Outline" and does not correspond to his recording on "Solo Guitar" but it has some of the same voicings. Adding harmonics is optional.
    Check it out:
    http://www.tedgreene.com/images/less...1976-04-12.pdf

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    Thanks Jay. This is perfect, exactly what I was looking for.

    Cheers, Simon