Free PDF guitar scores and tabs


Daniele Magli Classical Guitar Composer

Here you can find free pdf scores, guitar tabs and sheet music about all the compositiions by Daniele Magli: Twilight, Sould Wind, Magic Romance, Child of the Sun, Ghost, Angels, Apollo 11 and Sea of Tranquility tremolo. You can watch Daniele Magli playing his own pieces in the video list aside here.

All Daniele Magli compositions are copyrighted but you can feel free to post your interpretations on YouTube.

Thanks again for your attention !

Twilightscorestabs
Apollo 11scorestabs
Sea of Tranquility
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Armstrong Moon
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Ghost
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Angels scorestabs
Summer Lovescorestabs
Parallel Universe
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Lost in Spacescores
Blue Galaxy
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Sunshine
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Tears in the rain
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The Time Machine
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Pyramid Mystery
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Soul Wind
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Serenity
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Passion
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Silent Era
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Eclipse
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Solaris
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Enchanted Forest
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Orange Garden
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Magic Romance
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Morning 25
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Child of the Sun
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Miles Away
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Outland
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Miró
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Maybe
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How to Play Daniele Magli's compositions

First download the .pdf files by clicking the 'scores' links and then watch the videos uploaded in this site by selecting them on the left column (Select Video) of this page.

 

This is the difficulty level about this pieces:

- Twilight *

- Angels *

- Lost in Space **

- Sunshine **

- Blue Galaxy **

- Summer Love ***

- Ghost ***

- Pyramid Mystery ***

- The Time Machine ***

- Apollo 11 ***

- Armstrong Moon ***

- Tears in the rain ***

- Sea of tranquility ****

- Parallel Universe *****

( the more the stars are, the more the piece is difficoult)

 

February 19th, 2011

How to play 'Twilight'

by Daniele Magli

 

Let's begin from the right hand arpeggio to play 'Twilight' in a clean and 'a tempo' way (in right rhythm).

p and a (thumb and ring finger) play the sixth and the first string simultaneously, then the i (index finger) plays the third string, the m (middle finger) the second string and at least the a (fourth finger) plays the first string.

You should play this arpeggio very slowly with the help of a metronome.

Add the left hand when the rhythm sounds perfect.

Maybe you'll notice some little differences between the left hand fingering in the video and scores: you should use the fingering which suits you best.

It's really important for a classical guitarist to learn to change the fingerings. Once you'll chose your favourite ones do not change them anymore to improove the muscular memory.

Did you find some difficoulties playing some measures in particular? Practice on them over and over for a while. Go on playing the entire piece too anyway to improove focusing and physical practice.

Try the glissato looking at the 7th fret and not at the starting one.

Lean softly the left hand when playing the harmonics at the 12th fret.

 

Check out the Daniele Magli's classical guitar blog at http://danielemagli.blogspot.com

 

This page will be updated as soon as possible.

Are you looking for further hints about left and right hand? Visit the right hand page and the left hand page in our site.

Daniele Magli

 

 

Twilight by Daniele Magli

 

Ghost by Daniele Magli

 

Summer Love by Daniele Magli