Once again John Williams shows his greatness as one of the most important composers of our time. The piece is as simple in structure as a Mozart sonatina, but comes up with surprises at crucial points, be it the unconventional use of the orchestra or brief modulations that illuminate the simple memorable theme in new timbres. In the original, the theme is introduced by the guitar in Bb major, and after a colorful interlude in high tessitura, changes to the piano theme in G major.
In the present version, the guitar part is in A major a semitone lower than the original because of better playability as a solo piece, but this leads to the original key through a capo in the 1st fret.
The other versions are arranged for guitar solo with a more difficult middle part in harmonics, as well as a pure C part for melody instruments, and a version for 2 guitars.
You can select between different versions:
- score for solo guitar with fingering and chords
- guitar TAB with fingering and chords
- score for solo guitar with middlepart in harmonics with fingering and chords
- Melody for C- instrument with chords and without fingering
- 1st Guitar Melody with fingering and chords
- score fore Melody instrument and guitar accompaniment with fingering and chords