Felix Mendelssohn – Wedding March

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Artist: Felix Mendelssohn

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How To Read The Tabs

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Letter NotesCDEFGAB
Number Notes1234567
how to read tabs
  • A dot above a musical note (ex: 1° 2°°) raises it to a higher octave.
  • Notes inside a parentheses (ex: (135) ) are played together (slide/glissando)
  • The tabs/notes posted on this site are designed to be played on kalimba, but you can also play it on other instruments like: piano ,flute, recorder, ocarina , glockenspiel, clarinet, xylophone, otamatone, and etc. Simply use our online Kalimba Letter/Number/SOLFEGE (Do, Re, Mi) Notation Converter to convert the tabs/notes to SOLFEGE (do re mi) or letter notation (C D E).


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