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Catarax
Reveille
Catarax

[Intro]

(Greg)

D#|---------------------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------------------|
F#|---------------------------------------------|
C#|--6-0-3-0-2p0-0--0-2-0-6-0-3-0---------------|
G#|--6-0-3-0-2p0-0--0-2-0-6-0-3-0---------------|
C#|--6-0-3-0-2p0-0--0-2-0-6-0-3-0-1-3-1-0-1-3-1-|

(Steve)

D#|--------------------------------------------|
A#|--------------------------------------------|
F#|--------------------------------------------|
C#|--------0-----0-----------------------------| 
G#|--------0-----0-----------------------------|
C#|--------0-----0-----------------------------|
          

[Verse]

(Greg)

D#|---------------------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------------------|
F#|---------------------------------------------|
C#|--6-0-3-0-2p0-0--0-2-0-6-0-3-0---------------|
G#|--6-0-3-0-2p0-0--0-2-0-6-0-3-0---------------|
C#|--6-0-3-0-2p0-0--0-2-0-6-0-3-0-1-3-1-0-1-3-1-|

(Steve)

D#|--10-12-13-12-----|--10-12-13-12-9--|--10-12-13-12----|-10-12-13-12-|
A#|---------------10-|-----------------|--------------10-|-------------|
F#|------------------|-----------------|-----------------|-------------|
C#|------------------|-----------------|-----------------|-------------| 
G#|------------------|-----------------|-----------------|-------------|
C#|------------------|-----------------|-----------------|-------------|


[PreChorus 1]

D#|-----------------------------------|
A#|-----------------------------------|
F#|-----------------------------------|
C#|-----------------------------------|
G#|-----------------------------------|
C#|--1-3-1-0-1-3-1-0-1-3-1-0-1-3-1----|


[PreChorus 2]

D#|-----------------------------------|
A#|-----------------------------------|
F#|-----------------------------------|
C#|--1-3-1-0-1-3-1-0-1-3-1-0-1-3-1----|
G#|--1-3-1-0-1-3-1-0-1-3-1-0-1-3-1----|
C#|--1-3-1-0-1-3-1-0-1-3-1-0-1-3-1----|


[Chorus]

D#|-------------------------------------|
A#|-------------------------------------|
F#|-------------------------------------|
C#|--0-2-0-3-0-2/6-6----0-2-0-3-0-1-3-1-|
G#|--0-2-0-3-0-2/6-6----0-2-0-3-0-1-3-1-|
C#|--0-2-0-3-0-2/6-6----0-2-0-3-0-1-3-1-|


[Interlude]

(Part 1 - Greg)

D#|---------------------7-|
A#|------0-----0--------0-|
F#|----4-----4---4----4-4-| 
C#|--0--------------0-----|
G#|-----------------------|
C#|-----------------------|

(Part 1 - Steve)

D#|-----------------------|
A#|-------12-----------11-|
F#|-------11-----------11-|
C#|-----------------------| 
G#|-----------------------|
C#|-----------------------|

(Part 2)

D#|--14-15-14-12---------------------------|
A#|--------------15---14---15--14-15-14-12-|
F#|----------------------------------------|
C#|----------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|
C#|----------------------------------------|

(Part 3 - Greg)

D#|--14----15--14---------------14-15-14---15--14-----------|
A#|------------------15-----14----------------------15---14-|
F#|---------------------------------------------------------|
C#|---------------------------------------------------------|
G#|---------------------------------------------------------|
C#|---------------------------------------------------------|

(Part 3 - Steve)
(sounds like a tremlo effect)

D#|-----------------------|
A#|-------12-----------11-|
F#|-------11-----------11-|
C#|-----------------------| 
G#|-----------------------|
C#|-----------------------|

(Part 4)

D#|----------------------------------------|
A#|----------------------------------------|
F#|----------------------------------------|
C#|--1-3-1-0--0-1-0-1-0-1-3-1--------------|
G#|--1-3-1-0--0-1-0-1-0-1-3-1--------------|
C#|--1-3-1-0--0-1-0-1-0-1-3-1--------------|


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| /   Slide up
| p   Pull-off
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Reveille - Catarax :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Catarax tabs @ 911Tabs
People who played Reveille - Catarax also played these songs by Reveille:
Permanent Tab, Untied Tab, Inside Out Tab, What You Got Tab, Inside Out Tab, Look At Me Now Tab

About the artist behind Catarax:

Reveille (see pronunciation differences) is a bugle call most often associated with the military; it is chiefly used to wake military personnel at sunrise. The name comes from the French for "wake up". The tune used in the Commonwealth of Nations is different from the one used in the United States, but they are used in analogous ways: to ceremonially start the day.

The U.S. version of "Reveille"

In modern times the U.S. military plays (or sounds) "Reveille" in the morning, generally near sunrise, though its exact time varies from base to base. On U.S. Army posts, the national flag is raised while Reveille is played (on board U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard facilities, the flag is generally raised at 0800 while the National Anthem or the bugle call "To the Colors" is played). On some U.S. military bases, it is accompanied with a cannon shot. As it is played all uniformed personnel are required to come to attention and present a salute either to the flag or in the direction of the music if the flag is not visible. [1]

In the Indian Army, "Reveille" is sounded at 06:00 (or sunrise), and the regimental colours are hoisted. As this also signals the start of the physical training parade, servicemen for practical reasons must awake prior to the sounding of Reveille.

In the Irish Army, "Reveille" is sounded at dawn and at military wreath-laying ceremonies, as on the National Day of Commemoration.

In Commonwealth Remembrance Day and Remembrance Sunday services, "The Last Post" begins the period of silent reflection, and "Reveille" ends it. The two tunes symbolize sunset and sunrise respectively, and therefore death and resurrection. (Sometimes "Reveille" is complemented or replaced by The Rouse, a bugle call commonly mistaken for "Reveille", although these are actually two different tunes.)

Both Commonwealth and United States "Reveilles" can be played with any combination of valves (or all open valves), because they were first played on a bugle, which lacks valves and is played by altering the embouchure.

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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