MEDITATION – Homage to Arvo Pärt – Full Sheet Music/TAB – Robert Lunn – Classical Guitar

Meditation performed by Robert Lunn

I’ve always loved the music of Arvo Pärt. I first heard of him when I attended a concert by Anne-Sophie Mutter where she opened her concert with Fratres. I love the space in his music. Each note is important. His music touches me. This piece was inspired by his short piano piece called, Für Alina.

Score/tab is free at my website (Click on the picture)

DANNY BOY – Easy Arrangement – Includes TAB – Classical Guitar

Danny Boy performed by Robert Lunn

Danny Boy comes from an old traditional Irish melody called, Londonderry Air. English words were later added in the early 20th century by Frederic Weatherly.

This arrangement comes from my first volume of easy arrangements. It’s a group of 30 hymns, folk, spirituals, and patriotic songs. I tried to make the arrangement as easy as possible while still keeping the integrity of the piece.

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EBB AND FLOW (with Effects) – Full TAB – Robert Lunn -Classical Guitar

Ebb and Flow performed by Robert Lunn

Ebb and Flow comes from my Red Guitar Suite which I composed back in 2012-2013. The suite was inspired by my 1972 Ramirez. In this performance I added a delay effect as well as a slight modulation. When I perform it live I will often begin with an improvisation before going into the song which I may or may not use delay with. I think it works both ways.

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New Album – YouTube Comments – Can’t Help Falling in Love (with Partial TAB) – Classical Guitar

I have a new album out! It’s my 18th since 2011. It is a mix of originals, standards and arrangements. It is available on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and a bunch of other streaming sites. Here is a complete track list:

Twilight Turns to Night (Original)

Can’t Help Falling in Love

La Catedral (Barrios)

Crystal Seas (Original)

Tango by Francisco Tarrega

Fire Dance at Dusk (Original)

My Way

Lux Aeterna (from Requiem for a Dream

Maria (Tarrega)

Nuvole Bianche (Ludovico Einaudi)

Sunbeams and Butterflies (Original)

Recuerdos de la Alhambra (Easy Arrangement) by Tarrega

Malagueña (Easy Arrangement)

Espanoleta by Gaspar Sanz

Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Brahms)

Truman Sleeps (Glass)

Moroccan Nights (Original)

Rondo Alla Turca (Mozart)

HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN – Easy Arrangement – Full Sheet Music/Tab – Classical Guitar

House of the Rising Sun performed by Robert Lunn

House of the Rising Sun is my favorite song. I have always loved the version by The Animals. I have made two arrangements of this over the years. This easy arrangement as well as a harder arrangement.

Score and tab can be found in my first volume of easy arrangements (Click on the Picture):

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ASTURIAS (LEYENDA) – Slowly (Opening Section) – with TAB – Classical Guitar

Leyenda is the piece that made me want to learn classical guitar. Before I heard this piece I was playing a lot of electric guitar and had dreams of being the next Eddie Van Halen. When I heard a recording of John Williams playing this I thought….WOW I MUST LEARN THIS!! Anyways, I hope you enjoy learning this song.

I hope you enjoy this teaching video. You can find other videos like this at my guitar school found at my website.

THEME FROM LOVE STORY – Arrangement for Classical Guitar- Robert Lunn

Theme from Love Story performed by Robert Lunn

This is a beautiful theme, composed by Francis Lai, for the movie Love Story. In the movie the theme appeared as an instrumental and then after the movie the theme was given words, by Carl Sigman, and was released in 1971 with Andy Williams singing under the title, “Where Do I Begin?”

Score/tab is available at Musicnotes (Click on the picture)

AMAZING GRACE – Easy Arrangement – Full Sheet Music/Tab – Classical Guitar

Amazing Grace performed by Robert Lunn

Amazing Grace is one of my favorite melodies of all-time. The words were written in 1772 by John Newton. It was common back then for words to be used with a variety of different melodies and it wasn’t until around 1847 that we first find a publication joining the words with the melody commonly used today called, New Britain.

This arrangement in this guitar lesson comes from my first volume of easy arrangements. As the title implies, I tried to make this as easy as possible to play while still keeping the integrity of the original tune.

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