Jazz Standards for Solo Guitar: "Misty"
An easy but effective ballad
This one is must-know jazz standard by Errol Garner called "Misty". It's one of the first arrangements I made for solo guitar, a few years back. It's not that difficult to play, but it's still one of my favorite songs to play because it just sounds so damn good (credits to E. Garner of course).
As usual I've put up a video of the enlarged sheet music for you to be able to hear it and hopefully play it more easily.
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"Misty" Arranged for Solo Guitar by R. Seymour Cole
"Misty" -- performed by R. Seymour Cole
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