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Thread: Help finding classical tablature

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    Registered User The Pecker's Avatar
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    Help finding classical tablature

    Hey everyone, just wondering if you guys have any idea where I can find this stuff in tablature. I can read music, but not fast enough to the point of reading these types of songs since I need to learn them pretty fast. I'm auditioning for a school of music, and I used to find tons of classical tabs on Powertabs.net, but since that got shut down I don't really know where to go. I need to find all of this stuff:

    Any dance from Bach's lute or cello suites, movements from a classical sonata by Sor, Giulani, Aguado, Mertz or Coste; or any works from a Renaissance, Baroque, 19th/20th century classical repertoire for guitar.

    Any help would be appreciated!

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    Wow! Thank you so much... I don't know how I missed those...

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