Here is my arrangement of the (BEAUTIFUL) theme from the movie, Schindler’s List. Score/tab available at Sheet Music Plus (Click on the picture below).
Here is my arrangement of the Leonard Cohen classic, Hallelujah. Score/tab is available at Sheet Music Plus. (Click on the picture for more information).
I have always loved this song. I have played the opening for a long time (even played it at a wedding). I finally decided to arrange the full song for solo guitar. Score/tab is available at Sheet Music Plus. (Click on the picture).
I have always loved this melody ever since I first heard it. I remember having a roommate in college who used to play the recording a lot and of course, Slash (huge man-crush) often plays it during is solo section in live concerts.
The score/tab is available at Sheet Music Plus (click on the picture)…
I start this video off with an improvisation before playing my arrangement of a theme from Chopin’s second piano sonata. This particular arrangement comes from my second volume of easy arrangements available at my website.
So what do I think about while I improvise? Short answer is…not much. That’s the ideal–just let the music flow. The arrangement is in A minor so I figured I would improvise in A minor before going into the theme. Every now and then I’ll hit an unexpected note and the challenge is to make it fit. For example, around the 2:24ish mark I hit a C-sharp which I wasn’t planning on. The C-sharp would give the feeling of A major which is something I wasn’t looking to do. After I hit the C-sharp I decided to hit it again and then move down chromatically to the E. That’s the decision I made in the second or two after I hit that C-sharp. Little things like this are what I think about while I am improvising.