Greensleeves – Melody & Harmony tabs
In the following you'll have a preview of both the Melody and the Harmony part of the song Greensleeves (What child is this?) attributed to Henry VIII.
This is a preview of the 12 holes black and white ocarina tablature for the Melody part.
This song can be played either on a 6, 10 or 12 holes ocarina because it doesn't require the low tones played by closing the subholes on your ocarina. It also doesn't require the whole range of a 10 holes, so this makes it perfect to be played on a pendant ocarina too.
If you don't know what the subholes are, you can have a look at the Learn ocarina - Subholes tutorial on this website to have a better idea of what we are talking about.
This tablature works together with the Greensleeves Harmony part postedÂ below.
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Greensleeves harmony part
In the image below is showed a preview of the 12 holes black and white ocarina tablatures for the harmony part.
As the Melody part, also this tablature is suited for an ocarina with both 6, 10 or 12 holes because it doesn't require the use of the subholes.
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