Please correct the errors below.
The player Learn and teach using sheet music synced with video Notation and tab editor Easily create interactive sheet music, for free About Soundslice Here’s our story
Blog Embed Transcribe Help Plans
Teach Embed Transcribe Community Plans Blog Help Store Log in
Log in Get started
@xmgl · Guitar
Exploring swing music of the 1920s, 1930s and beyond. If you'd like a nice pdf (4 bars per line) of one my transcriptions, you can paypal me 3 euros at paypal.me/aljazfm including your email address in the description and I'll send it to you.

Error!

The theme to Rose Room played by Benny Goodman. More…

Error!

Duved's performance of Night and day in great company. More…

Error!

The theme of Night And Day. More…

Error!

The theme to this classic song. More…

Error!

Very nice version of this song with variations on the melody and some cool double time ideas in the solo among other things. Also the double bass is played with a bow. More…

Error!

Verse and theme of this classic song from one of the early recordings. Listen to the recording for the completely accurate rhythm interpretation. More…

Error!

Be sure to also listen to the Ella Fitgerald & Chick Webb version of this song. There they start in A and then move to E. In the Django version they start in D with guitar and then move to C for the singing… More…

Error!

Theme and solo. The recording is slightly flat, I used Transcribe software to correct this. More…

Error!

Theme and solo from the classic Rome sessions. More…

Error!

Theme and the first chorus of the solo. Some of the typical Django ornaments are not notated. More…

Error!

A nice tune by Louis and his hot five transcribed on the guitar. More…

Error!

A blues by Louis transcribed on the guitar, for very exact timing be sure to listen to the recording. More…

Error!

Transcription of the theme as played on a guitar. More…

Error!

A transcription of the theme and the trumpet (or cornet) solo as played on a guitar. The notation is not completely on point, but it's good enough. Just listen to the recording. More…