Capricho Arabe: A beautiful guitar piece with a Moorish feel; arranged here for Piano solo. By Francisco Tarrega: Sheet music for: Piano classical sheet music. Capricho Árabe by Francisco Tárrega (–) For Classical Guitar in Notation or Notation + Tablature (TAB) Available as a Free PDF. Capricho Arabe by Francisco Tarrega tab with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal.

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Capricho Arabe: Piano

Forum rules Topics archived from Public Space and its subforums after a long period of inactivity, or redundant for some other reason. There is a slight problem. Although I am capable of reading sheet music, partitikn takes me 3x as much as using Partiion. I do prefer the classical notation indeed, BUT: I have to learn a few pieces really fast I decided to learn it from TAB this time Could anyone kindly tell me where to find a professional TAB version of that piece?

Reedition Domingo Esteso by Conde Hermanos ; Kenny Hill, model Barcelona “While you try to master classical guitar, prepare for a slave’s life: And by the time you finish the piece, you will be more likely to have it memorized from the standard notation than you would from Tab. To me Tab, while paryition for for rock, pop and czpricho forms of music, is simply too abbreviated to play classical music.


It’s akin to learning the dialog of a play via short hand, without any directions about the scene, emotions etc Capricho Arabe is not an easy piece to play, and doing it with Tab will make it even harder.

So in my opinion tackling it with a good arrangement such as the one that E. Zurcher pointed you to is definitely worth the time and effort on many different levels. Capricho is in there. PM me and I’ll send you a link directly to the one I am talking about if you want. Cxpricho reples have been really helpful. Guitarists will keep being considered average musicians and not on the same level as other classical musicians such as pianists.

I can tell when a player has learned a piece by tab by the sound of their playing.

There is a certain “marching orders for the fingers” feel to the performance that my ears can hear. I agree with previous posters that it is FAR better to do the work necessary to be able to interpret music from standard notation.

The only other legitimate road is to learn the piece by ear from a ;artition or another player.

Capricho Arabe – TABs – Classical Guitar

I think it is a great way to learn but it isn’t as effective for classical music acpricho you have the opportunity to “grok” with the composer by reading his own written version of his ideas assuming you have a good edition. I am a lute fan and player and the Renaissance lute tablature is one of the richest bodies of music in Western history but there is a reason tab fell out of favor.


Just as Olarte says, it doesn’t give the richness of information available in standard notation. Do the hard work, zero There are tab publications that include normal notation as well and dynamics etc.

I can understand the fanatic defense of music notation vs. I agree with most of it, most of the time.

But if you caprichho fast and tab gets you there faster, its a valid way and has nothing to do with mediocrity. I would, however, check good performances on youtube to get impressions of other players’ feel and fingering. This has all pieces, including Capricho Arabe Serenatain both standard notation and tabulature. A lot of this piece is at the dusty end of the guitar which I raabe hardest to sight read.

I don’t see anything wrong with a shortcut every now and then.

He didn’t say he was adverse to reading, he said he reads slow and needs to learn the pieces quickly. Board index All times are UTC.