» » »

Eubies Rag Tabs (ver.1)

Artists:  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z # 

Eubies Rag Tabs (ver.1)

Jack Mcgann
Rating:
0/5 (0 votes)

Hard to play? Try these video lessons and learn fast.
                

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Guitar arrangements of Jack McGann.

Many of you may not recognize Jack McGann's name as a guitarist since he never
recorded commmercially.  You may however recognize the arrangement.  Jack was
highly regarded among his peers for his arrangements of traditional blues,
ragtime, and swing music.  He was also one of the most respected and admired
acoustic guitar teachers of the '70s and '80s.  His arrangements have been
passed on by his students, grand-students, peers, peers' students, etc.

Jack was also a social activist, and became nationally known for his fight
for equal health care coverage for persons with AIDS.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

a Eubie Blake rag                           Arrangement copyright Jack McGann
                                 Transcription and data entry by Allyn Dimock

Does anyone know the name of this rag?

Part A
          1 G
e----0---||-3-----------|-------------0---|-3---------------|-------------0---|
B--3---3-||:---3--2--1--|-0---------3---3-|-----3---2---1-0-|-----------3---3-|
G--------||-------------|-----2---0-------|-----------------|---2---0---------|
D--------||----3--2--1--|-0---------------|-----3---2---1---|-0---------------|
A----0---||:------------|-----3---2---0---|-----------------|-----3---2---0---|
E--------||-3-----------|-----------------|-3---------------|-----------------|
 |   |      |  |  |  |    |   |   |   |     |   |   |   |     |   |   |   |

5                   B7      Em         7 D                 A7      D
e-3-0---0-3-0---0-|-------------0------|----5---5---0----|-3-2-0-------0----||
B-----3-------3---|---0---------0------|-6h7--7----------|-2-----3---3---3-:||
G-----------------|-2-----0-----0------|-----------------|-2----------------||
D-----0-------0---|-----1---2---2------|--------------0--|-2-------0--------||
A-----------------|-------------2------|-0---------------|-0---0-----------:||
E-3-------3-------|-2-------0---0------|------7---8------|------------------||
  |   |   |   |     |   |   |   |d  |    |    |   |   |    |b  |   |   |

Second ending
7
e-----------------|-------------3---||
B-----------------|-------------0---||
G-----------------|-------0-----0---||
D-----------------|---2h4-------0---||
A-----2---3---5---|-5---------------||
E-3---------------|---------3-------||
  |   |   |   |     |   |   |   |b

B part:            1/2bar5
9 G                Am7               G                A7       D7
e-6h7------------|-------5-6-5-----|-6h7-------------|-----5---5---5---|
B-------8--------|-----8-----------|-------8---------|-----5---7---7---|
G-----0--------0-|---5-------------|-----0-------0---|---6---6-----5---|
D-0--------------|-----5-------5---|-0---------------|-----5---0---0---|
A----------8-----|-7-------6-------|---------8-------|-0---------------|
E----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
  |   |    |   |   |   |   |   |     |   |   |   |     |   |   |   |x

4 G                Am7               Em
e-6h7------------|-------5-6-5-----|-12---------------------------|
B-------8--------|-----8-----------|-11b12-10h11p10---11----------|
G-----0--------0-|---5-------------|---------------12----12-10----|
D-0--------------|-----5-------5---|---------------------------12-|
A----------8-----|-7-------6-------|------------------------------|
E----------------|-----------------|------------------------------|
  |   |    |   |   |   |   |   |     |     |          |     |

8 A    D7   G  back to A
e-----------------0----|
B--------------(3----3-|
G-9----11---12---------|
D-11---10---9-----0----|
A----------------------|
E----------------------|
            
Hard to play? Try these video lessons and learn fast. | Correct




comments powered by Disqus
↑ Back to top | Tablatures and chords are parodies/interpretations of the original songs. You may use it for private study, scholarship, research or language learning purposes only