Guitar 1 Notation part from The Liberty Bell March (Monty Python) - Easy Guitar Duet

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Full details

"The Liberty Bell" is an American military march composed by famous bandmaster John Philip Sousa in 1893 and is considered one of his finest works. Many people associate it with the British comedy show Monty Python’s Flying Circus, which played an excerpt over opening titles. They apparently chose it simply because it was in the public domain and thereby stopped an army regiment using it as its ceremonial march past! Now, for other Monty Python fans who want a fingerstyle guitar duet, this arrangement is really playable and it works! Both notation and TAB parts are available. The difficulty level is only about grade 1/2, the hardest thing being the tempo! So start slow and work up!


Composer
John Phillip Sousa
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Licensing

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