sakura sakura


#1

bonjour
je cherche la partition, en mode tablature de Sakura Sakura.
quelqu’un pourrait il me renseigner ?
merci d’avance !!


#2

Bonsoir. Il y a un cours (vendu avec la partition) que Kyle a fait ici chez Bachido - http://bachido.com/lessons/sakura.


#3

ok, merci ! je l’ai entendu mais je ne voyais pas la patition, qu’il faut acheter, merci !


#4

Salut Angus

la partition est divisé en 3 parties.
Tu peut télécharger ces parties en format PDF (chapitre 2) après le vidéo d’introduction (chapitre 1).
Il y a 19 chaptires en tous.

salutations


#5

d’accord, je vais voir ça. merci !


#6

#7

i see it’s an old topic but unfortunately i’m not able to read and understand french. i’m looking for a notation/tab for the sakura song. does somebody know a source for this?


#8

Hey Kay, I think the Schoolhouse course is pretty good, but I also have a different notation, if you like I can send you a message, after I found it.^^)7


#9

that would be really nice, sebi. thanks in advance!


#10

I didn’t understand a word in the first message in French!


#11

But I will translate it from the web


#12

Maybe I can ask a friend of mine for the score, but she plays jiuta


#13

I’m worried for notation


#14

i don’t think that there’s a problem in playing a song with different kinds of shamisen - mine is a nagauta …


#15

Hi Kay. I think Sakura was not thinking about the kind of shamisen but about the notation that is often different between nagauta and jiuta…


#16

so it is not possible to use the same notation with different kinds of shamisen?


#17

Of course, it is possible, but jiuta players (I mean the style of music but not the shamisen used) often uses the “classical” notation and not the bunka-fu one (tablature), so (I suppose) Sakura worried that the notation provided by his/her friend who plays jiuta could be this kind of notation and not the easier bunka-fu notation.


#18

everytime i post to this community i learn something new. the “classical notation” means probably what i should know from school and classical music? i’ve just red that the “bunka-fu” is what i was looking for - as i am not able to read classical notes … merci, patrick!


#19

De rien, Kay. Here is a wiki link where everything is explained about different notations :

What i call the classical notation for jiuta is not our classical western notation but this one :


#20

I am a girl Patric