GSP is gspguitar.com. If you go there and search for "Ashokan Farewell", you'll see a guitar transcription by John Lehmann-Haupt. You can also search for MB21593 to find the arrangement. This is a Mel Bay publication, so you can also find it on the Mel Bay website.Malcolm wrote:Hi Jack,
I am not familiar with the GSP website and I've checked Sheet Music Plus but can't find it there. Maybe the best idea is to just try to work it out from the various YT arrangements and maybe get my teacher involved. I don't know if he's familiar with the piece but I'll find out when I see him in a couple of weeks.
Meantime, all suggestions are most welcome. There must surely be an arrangement available somewhere that I can get from here in Australia ( by Jay Ungar himself would be nice).
I have that one, but there are alternative arrangements that are much better and not difficult to play.RichardUno wrote:If I remember correctly, Acoustic Guitar magazine published an arrangement many, many years ago but I haven't been able to figure out how to order back issues. Perhaps a forum member might have it stashed away somewhere?
You can get the GLH version at many places (including Amazon), as has already been stated. Another very nice arrangement, which I prefer to the one by GLH, can be purchased directly from the performer:Malcolm wrote:I'm looking for a classical guitar arrangement of this gorgeous, haunting piece from the Ken Burns documentary "The Civil War".
I realize there would be a copyright issue so I am happy to pay for it.
Can anyone help?
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