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PaulV

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Arsenalca,
Is this something we could post in the "From Students" section?  If so, you could send me these files and we could include them with our monthly Newsletter new items.

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I will send them anywhere you tell me to and you can do whatever you want with them.
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Hi guys,
Sorry this wasn't posted earlier:  
All the Guitar Pro files created by "arsenalca" are now in the "From Students" section under the name of Dan Riley.
This is 11 of Ted's Christmas songs, both in Tab and Guitar Pro.
Here's a link:  http://www.tedgreene.com/fromstudents/default.asp
Enjoy!

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Tele

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Does anyone out there have or know the whereabouts of a clean recording of Ted playing his written arrangement of Over The Rainbow? Thank you!
James

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I just googled it and this came up:



It's Ted playing Over The Rainbow, while reading his grid page which is right there in his lap.  Does he play it exactly like his arrangement?  Of course not.  He even messes up one of the early fills.  And he has lots of little embellishments and modifications.  He plays it beautifully.  You can feel his heart and the audience's.

I can tell you that when he played for me in one of my lessons in the late 80s, even then he did not do an exact straight forward reading of what's on the page.  (On my copy he modified the final chord to be an add9 and I think put a fingering or two in.)

I have to say Over The Rainbow is one of Ted's very greatest arrangements.

Now get to work on those pinky rolls!


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Thanks James. Unfortunately that version is inaudible in parts and I was hoping for one that is easier to make out. Nevertheless, I appreciate your help and will defer to this version until something better comes along.
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