DJANGO UNCHAINED: Django Theme (instrumental for Spanish Guitar)

Posted on 19. Dec, 2012 by in Best of Intellimusica, Film Score, Premium Tabs

UMG_cvrart_00602537278541_01_RGB72_1600x1600_12UMGIM64322.170x170-75Many props to Quentin Tarantino for still putting so much emphasis on soundtracks. This time around his Django Unchained soundtrack/score is a highly stylized mix of old-school spaghetti western, retro R&B, and hip-hop.

Rather than the all encompassing interpretations I normally do — this can be considered an instrumental version of the original Django theme.  I was eager to use my Dolce guitar to capture Luis Bacalov’s very deliberate sounding major and minor bar chords.  This is also the first time I’ve used a guitar pick on this blog since Apertura!

I love this soundtrack so you can bet I’ll be doing more from it in the next few days.  

(Note: This is an extremely comprehensive tab, however you will need to know how to play basic major and minor bar chords before you begin.)

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15 Responses to “DJANGO UNCHAINED: Django Theme (instrumental for Spanish Guitar)”

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  2. […] are so minimalist — it’s almost as if Gustavo Santaolalla was the producer. As with Django Unchained, I’ll be doing more form this […]

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  5. Brandon

    09. Jul, 2014

    This one one of my favorites on this site so far (next to The Last of Us menu theme). Can’t wait to learn this.

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  6. brandon

    09. Jul, 2014

    So am I haha. If it weren’t for this site is be months away from playing the music I want to learn. So thank you for that (and the consistent responses). Gotta love the advantages of being an autodidact.

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  7. Brandon

    27. Jul, 2014

    Why… Dear god WHY do bar chords have to be my weak point! :( I want to play this so badly lol. Would you say using a guitar pick for this song is more optional or necessary to getting that crisp sound?

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    • Evan Handyside

      28. Jul, 2014

      Hi Brandon, unless you know flamenco strumming technique — I don’t — a guitar pick is probably essential on this one.

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  8. Andrew

    08. Jan, 2015

    You did a great job with this song, Evan.
    I absolutely love this song, altough it’s very hard for a beginner.

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  9. Andrew

    08. Jan, 2015

    I don’t know why did You called me Ryan, but the only thing I can think of is the stand-up comedian Andrew Ryan.
    Am I a comedian in Your opinion because I’m trying to learn this song being a beginner? :]

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  10. Andrew

    08. Jan, 2015

    Finally i understood why you called me Andrew Ryan. English is not my native language and with that came that funny conversation missunderstanding. I ment its very hard for a beginner LIKE ME :-)

    If someday i will be half as good as you i wont have to look for artistic name you just gave me one :-)

    best regards

    Andrew aka Ryan

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