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Ode To Joy Tab
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From: [email protected] (Berzerker)

   For whoever it was that requested classical tab:
This is Beethoven's Ode to Joy.
Play with PIMA folk picking and just let yer finger fly, it is fun
and fairly easy to play.  Hope you like it as much as me...
        Ode to Joy
    (From Beethoven's Ninth Symphony)
    music by : Ludwig van Beethoven

e|--------------------------------|------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------|------------------------------------|
G|-----0-------0-------0-------0--|-----0-------0-------0-------0------|
D|---------2---------------2------|---------3---------------3----------|
A|-3---------------3--------------|-3---------------3------------------|
E|--------------------------------|------------------------------------|
   p   i   p   i   p   i   p   i


e|--------------------------------|------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------|------------------------------------|
G|-----0-------0-------0-------0--|-----0-------0-------0-------0------|
D|---------2---------------2------|---------3---------------3----------|
A|-3---------------3--------------|-3---------------3------------------|
E|--------------------------------|------------------------------------|


e|-0-------0-------1-------3------|-3-------1-------0------------------|
B|--------------------------------|-------------------------3----------|
G|-----0-------0-------0-------0--|-----0-------0-------0-------0------|
D|---------2---------------2------|---------0---------------0----------|
A|-3---------------3--------------|-2---------------2------------------|
E|--------------------------------|------------------------------------|


e|-------------------------0------|-0----------------------------------|
B|-1-------1-------3--------------|-------------3---3------------------|
G|-----0-------0-------0-------0--|-----0---------------0-------0------|
D|---------2---------------2------|---------0---------------0----------|
A|-0---------------0--------------|------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|-3---------------3------------------|


e|-0-------0-------1-------3------|-3-------1-------0------------------|
B|--------------------------------|-------------------------3----------|
G|-----0-------0-------0-------0--|-----0-------0-------0-------0------|
D|---------2---------------2------|---------0---------------0----------|
A|-3---------------3--------------|-2---------------2------------------|
E|--------------------------------|------------------------------------|


e|-------------------------0------|------------------------------------|
B|-1-------1-------3--------------|-3-----------1---1------------------|
G|-----0-------0-------0-------0--|-----0---------------0-------0------|
D|---------2---------------2------|---------0---------------2----------|
A|-0---------------0--------------|-----------------3------------------|
E|--------------------------------|-3----------------------------------|


e|-----------------0--------------|---------0^--1---0------------------|
B|-3-------3---------------1------|-3-----------------------1----------|
G|-----0-------0-------0-------0--|-----0---------------0-------0------|
D|---------0---------------2------|-------------------------2----------|
A|-2---------------3--------------|-2---------------3------------------|
E|--------------------------------|------------------------------------|


e|---------0^--1---0--------------|------------------------------------|
B|-3-----------------------3------|-1-------2--------------------------|
G|-----0---------------1-------1--|-2-------2-------0------------------|
D|--------------------------------|-2-------0-------0------------------|
A|-2------------------------------|-0----------------------------------|
E|-----------------0--------------|---------2-------3------------------|
....................................(BeRzErKeR!?!?'s favorite part)


e|-0-------0-------1-------3------|-3-------1-------0------------------|
B|--------------------------------|-------------------------3----------|
G|-----0-------0-------0-------0--|-----0-------0-------0-------0------|
D|---------2---------------2------|---------0---------------0----------|
A|-3---------------3--------------|-2---------------2------------------|
E|--------------------------------|------------------------------------|


e|-------------------------0------|------------------------------------|
B|-1-------1-------3--------------|-3-----------1---1------------------|
G|-----0-------0-------0-------0--|-----0-----------0------------------|
D|---------2---------------2------|---------0-------2------------------|
A|-0---------------0--------------|-----------------3------------------|
E|--------------------------------|-3----------------------------------|


 I hope it is accurate.  That is how I remember playing it anyways.

		Tabs for the masses!
		The BeRzErKeR!?!?

 
 
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About the artist behind Ode To Joy Tab:

Ludwig van Beethoven (English IPA: /ˈlʊdvɪg væn ˈbeɪtoʊvən/; German IPA: [ˈluːtvɪç fan ˈbeːthoːfn], December 16, 1770[1] – March 26, 1827) was a German composer and virtuoso pianist. He was a crucial figure in the transitional period between the Classical and Romantic eras in Western classical music, and remains one of the most respected and influential composers of all time.

Born in Bonn, then in the Electorate of Cologne (now in modern-day Germany), he moved to Vienna, Austria, in his early twenties and settled there, studying with Joseph Haydn and quickly gaining a reputation as a virtuoso pianist. Beethoven's hearing gradually deteriorated beginning in his twenties, yet he continued to compose masterpieces, and to conduct and perform, even after he was completely deaf.

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