Clair de lune Classical Guitar solo music score
The Suite bergamasque is one of the most famous piano suites by Claude Debussy. It was first composed by Debussy around 1890, at the age of 28.
The third and most famous movement of Suite bergamasque is "Clair de Lune" (Moonlight).
Here is an arrangement for classical Guitar solo, with standard notation and tablature. Early intermediate to intermediate (mostly on intermediate level).
With tablature. With mp3 for audio help.
PDF and MP3 in one compressed (zip) file 6,92 MB.
Pages: 7 pages guitar solo sheet music, 69 bars, 4:50 'min.
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- Part A: Let the notes ring. Change finger position when the previous sound has completely faded.
- Part B: Play in tempo rubato, meaning with rhythmic freedom and phrasing.
- Part C: This is to be played in a more steady rhythm with continuous arrpegios. Part C except last measure (36), is played on the first 4 frets.
- Part D: It starts with 2 measures almost identical to part C but has more movement and more volume then the previous part. The measure 44 serves as a bridge to measure 45 and the measures 52 and 53 as a bridge (passage) to part E. The last one is the most beatiful of the work.