Category: Easy to Play

Variation 15

Dunkirk: Variation 15 for guitar + TAB

Variation 15 (Dunkirk) Although Hans Zimmer is the principal composer of the Dunkirk Score, the soft ambient/melodic tracks are from composer Benjamin Wallfisch, and classical composer Sir Edward Elgar 1857-1934. The music of Dunkirk is a reimagined piece from Sir Edward Elgar entitled, Nimrod – […]

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evan handyside

Awaken – Evan Handyside (ambient, contemporary guitar) + TAB

Awaken With Awaken, I just kept it simple, and followed the melody in my head. The reason for the title, is that I was taking an afternoon nap with my 2 year-old son, and literally dreamed the melody. I awoke, and ran to my office […]

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the cinematic orchestra

To Build a Home – Priscilla Mojica | Evan Handyside (The Cinematic Orchestra) + TAB

Free download on SoundCloud. Priscilla Mojica Priscilla is a 23 year-old singer/songwriter from Palm Springs who is currently based in San Francisco. She got in touch with me about a possible collaboration a few months ago. I checked out her YouTube channel and was blown […]

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One Hand Raised – Evan Handyside (ambient, post-rock guitar) + TAB

One Hand Raised I’m still in the swing (pardon the pun) of creating sports theme pieces. I have a couple of potential film projects in the works. I can’t really say more than that because, in all honesty, I haven’t formerly gotten either gig yet. […]

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evan handyside

Steady Hands: (ambient, Americana guitar) by Evan Handyside + TAB

Steady Hands I wish I had more to say about this piece. I wrote it for a film that I was briefly associated with. As it turned out my music wasn’t right for the project — but I’m sure it will get used elsewhere at […]

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somebody else

The 1975: Somebody Else | fingerstyle guitar + TAB

The 1975, Somebody Else I get so wrapped up in film score stuff — that I’m living under a rock sometimes when it comes to pop music. I only recently heard Somebody Else, by The 1975, and I totally loved it. Great live performance from […]

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Evan Handyside

The Still of the Morning: a song for guitar by Evan Handyside + TAB

The Still of Morning Free (for personal use only) high-quality download on SoundCloud. I wrote this song for the heroes of morning. Whether you’re an early morning runner, crossfitter, writer, or just going to work — our genesis starts, uninterrupted, in the early morning stillness […]

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logan

LOGAN: Main Titles Theme for guitar (Marco Beltrami) + TAB

Logan I’m very excited to see Logan, the latest and final instalment of the (Hugh jackman era) Wolverine franchize. They couldn’t have picked a better actor for this role. To witness Hugh Jackman’s range, watch Les Miserables — an incredible performance. Though I know Wolverine […]

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lana del rey

Lana Del Rey: Love | fingerstyle guitar + TAB

Lana Del Rey’s Love for classical guitar took me a week to record. Her songs are always around 5 minutes long. I intended to do an abbreviated version — ┬ábut I side-effect of my YouTube channel, is that people like to use the audio from […]

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whitestone

Jack and the Dustbowl: Belief (Nicholas Kirk) for guitar + TAB

[Forgive the unsightly gash on the top of my head in the beginning of the video. I have a two-year-old boy, which means at any time my noggin can be pelted with flying blocks. No hair to conceal it!] My friend Micah Albert inadvertently turned […]

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martin scorsese

Martin Scorsese’s Silence (2016): Dreams and Echoes for guitar + TAB

There’s a subtle celtic theme that runs through the ambient/drone score of Silence. The theme is most noticeable on the tracks: Rain Falls Unceasingly on the Sea, Dreams and Echoes, and Only God Can Answer The score for Silence is by composer, Kim Allen Kluge […]

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daniel pemberton

GOLD (2017): Guitar theme (Daniel Pemberton) + TAB

Daniel Pemberton is a british composer, who’s right at home with groove oriented bass & drums, acoustic guitar, and orchestral arrangements. His varied toolkit makes him an asset to any production company — especially if they require a dose of “hip” for their film. Pemberton’s […]

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