Hall Of The Mountain King

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To play this song you have to be able to read the Thin E string, B string, G string, D String, A String & Thick E String.

This song also uses Accidentals, Sharps & Flats sharp_signflat_sign

Please Note: In Bars 10, 12 & 14 the 1st note is F# then D# and the 3rd note is shown as an F. This F is actually an F# because when you sharpen a note in a bar, that sharp carries on for the rest of that bar. For example in bar 9 there is an E flat the next E has a natural sign in front of it, telling you that that note is taken back to a E. If there was no natural sign then the 2nd note would also be a E flat, as well as any other E placed on that line. This theory is applied to sharps, flats & naturals.

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