Here’s your chance to learn Adrian Holovaty’s lovely guitar arrangement of Richard Wagner’s Bridal Chorus (aka “Here Comes the Bride” or the “wedding march”), as seen in the popular YouTube video embedded above.
Not only is this transcription guaranteed to be 100% accurate — it was manually confirmed by Adrian — it’s also the best way of learning the piece. With the Soundslice interface, you’ll see the sheet music (standard notation) and tablature synced with the original YouTube performance. That means you’ll be listening to the real recording as you read the tab — giving you insight into the “human” elements of the performance that couldn’t possibly be notated. Use our simple tool to slow down the video without changing pitch, or drag across the notation to loop a section.
This is the best guitar arrangement for this piece you’ll find, in the best learning/practice environment on the web. Enjoy!
Adrian Holovaty is a guitarist from Chicago, currently living in Amsterdam. He began playing in this style in 2005 and has studied and performed with many of the modern-day greats.
Adrian taught a weekly gypsy jazz class at Chicago’s Old Town School of Folk Music for several years and has attended Django In June (an annual instructional camp) every year since 2007 — including three years on the teaching staff there.
You might have run across some of Adrian’s YouTube videos, including the gypsy-jazz version of the Super Mario Bros. 2 theme. :-)
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