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On the Beach of Dreams - Another World (Chrono Cross) Guitar Tab

Submitted: Jul 07, 2012 by N0Stars

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Game: Chrono Cross
Composer(s): Yasunori Mitsuda
Style: Arrangement, Fingerstyle
Series: Chrono

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Chrono Cross - On the Beach of Dreams - Another World

Composed by Yasunori Mitsuda 

Arranged for Solo guitar by N0Stars

Gtr I (D A D F# B E) - 'Untitled'

  Q=200
       $
  Gtr I
  H    Q  E Q  E E E   Q  E Q  E E E   Q  E Q  E E E   Q  E Q  E Q
|---||------1----0-1-|------1----0-1-|------1----0-1-|------0-------|
|---||---------------|---------------|---------------|-----------3--|
|---||----3----3-----|----3----3-----|---------------|--------------|
|-7-||---------------|-0-------------|----3----3-----|----3----3----|
|-0-||---------------|---------------|-1-------------|-1------------|
|---||-0-------------|---------------|---------------|--------------|


  Q  E Q  E E E    Q  E Q  E E E   Q  E Q  E E E   Q  E Q  E Q
|------5----3-5--|------6----5---|------3----1-3-|------1----0---|
|----------------|---------------|---------------|---------------|
|----6----6------|----6----6---6-|----1----1-----|----1----1-----|
|----------------|-3-------------|---------------|---------------|
|----------------|---------------|-3-------------|-3---------0---|
|-3--------------|---------------|---------------|---------------|


    Q  E Q  E E E     Q  E Q  E E E    Q  E Q  E E E    Q  E Q  E Q
||-----------------|-10--------------|-1--------------|------0----1--|
||o----------------|-10--------------|-3----3----1-3--|-----------3--|
||--8--------------|-----------------|----------------|--------------|
||--7--------------|-----------------|----3-----------|----3----3----|
||o----0-8--0-7-8--|-----0-8--0-7-8--|-1-------1------|-1---------1--|
||--0--------------|--0--------------|----------------|--------------|


                                                       1.
                             |-3-|
  Q  E Q  E E E    Q  E Q  E S S S E   Q  E Q  E E E   Q  E Q  E Q
|-5--------------|-5----6----5-6-5---|-3----3------3-|------1----0----||
|-6--------------|-----------------6-|-----------6---|---------------o||
|------3------3--|------4----3-------|-6-------------|----1----1------||
|-----------5----|----3--------------|----5----5-----|----------------||
|----3----3------|-------------------|-3-------------|-3---------3---o||
|-3--------------|-3-------3---------|---------------|----------------||


  2.
  Q  E Q  E Q    Q  E Q  E E E   Q  E Q  E E E    Q   E Q  E E E
|------1----0--|---------------|-1-------------|--0-----------------|
|--------------|-3----3----1-3-|------3----1-3-|--------1----0-1----|
|----1----1----|-3-------------|---------------|--------------------|
|--------------|-3--3----3-----|----3----3-----|------2----2--------|
|-3---------3--|-1-------------|-1-------------|--0-----------------|
|--------------|---------------|---------------|--------------------|


  Q  E Q  E E E   Q  E Q  E E E   Q  E Q  E E E   a Q  E Q  E Q
|---------------|---------------|---------------|---------------|
|-1----1----0-1-|------3--------|---------------|---------------|
|-----------3---|-3-------------|---------------|---------------|
|----2----2-----|------2------0-|------2------0-|-1-2---------0-|
|-0-------------|----0----0-3---|----0----0-3---|------0-3--0---|
|---------------|-0-------------|-0-------------|---0-----------|


                                              |-3-|
  Q  E Q  E E E   a Q  E Q  E E E   Q  E Q  E E E E   Q  E Q  E E E
|---------------|-----------------|-1---------1-3-1-|-0-------------|
|---------------|-1-3----3----1-3-|------3----1-----|------1----0-1-|
|---------------|-----------------|-----------------|---------------|
|------2------0-|------3----3-----|----3----3-------|----2----2-----|
|----0----0-3---|---1-------------|-1---------------|-0-------------|
|-0-------------|-----------------|-----------------|---------------|


  Q  E Q  E E E   Q  E Q  E E E   Q  E Q  E E E
|-3-------------|------3--------|-----------0-1----|
|-1----1----0-1-|---------------|-3----------------|
|---------------|------5----3-5-|------5----3------|
|----2----2-----|----0----0-----|----0----0--------|
|-0-------------|---------------|------------------|
|---------------|-5-------------|-5----------------|


                         H.=H
  Q  E Q  E E E          E  E  E   E   E  E     E    E
|-0--------------------|-0-----1-------3--------0----------|
|-2----2----0-2--------|-------2----------------2----------|
|-3--------------------|-----------------------------------|
|----2----2------------|----2------2------2----------2-----|
|-0--------------------|-0-------------0-------------------|
|----------------------|-----------------------------------|


                 D.S. al Fine
         W          H    H
|--------5--------|-3----0-------|
|--------2--------|--------------|
|--------3--------|--------------|
|-----------------|--------------|
|--------0--------|--------------|
|-----------------|--------------|


  Q=160
  H     H        W           +W
|-------------|--2---------|-(2)----*|
|-------------|------------|--------*|
|-------3-----|-(3)--------|-(3)----*|
|-0----(0)----|-(0)--------|-(0)----*|
|-------------|------------|--------*|
|-------------|--0---------|-(0)----*|


Duration Legend
---------------
W - whole; H - half; Q - quarter; E - 8th; S - 16th; T - 32nd; X - 64th; a - acciaccatura
+ - note tied to previous; . - note dotted; .. - note double dotted
Uncapitalized letters represent notes that are staccato (1/2 duration)
Irregular groupings are notated above the duration line
Duration letters will always appear directly above the note/fret number it represents the
duration for.  Duration letters with no fret number below them represent rests.  Multi-
bar rests are notated in the form Wxn, where n is the number of bars to rest for.  Low
melody durations appear below the staff

Tablature Legend
----------------
 h   - hammer-on
 p   - pull-off
 b   - bend
 pb  - pre-bend
 r   - bend release (if no number after the r, then release immediately)
 /\  - slide into or out of (from/to "nowhere")
 s   - legato slide
 S   - shift slide
  - natural harmonic
[n]  - artificial harmonic
n(n) - tapped harmonic
 ~   - vibrato
 tr  - trill
 T   - tap
 TP  - trem. picking
 PM  - palm muting
\n/  - tremolo bar dip; n = amount to dip
 \n  - tremolo bar down
 n/  - tremolo bar up
/n\  - tremolo bar inverted dip
 =   - hold bend; also acts as connecting device for hammers/pulls
 <>  - volume swell (louder/softer)
 x   - on rhythm slash represents muted slash
 o   - on rhythm slash represents single note slash

Misc Legend
-----------
 |  - bar
||  - double bar
||o - repeat start
o|| - repeat end
*|  - double bar (ending)
 :  - bar (freetime)
 $  - Segno
 &  - Coda
Tempo markers -  = BPM(8/16=s8/s16), where s8 = swing 8ths, s16 = swing 16ths


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4 comments on On the Beach of Dreams - Another World

I like it

5

The bass D give a cute sound so it become a nice alt of the Stamen47's version. Btw I changed yr tab to D A D G B E coz i was lazy to detune a 2nde chord :)

Cute sound...?

Thanks?

Sorry about the weird tuning. I'm also kind of lazy about changing the tuning of my guitar so I tried to arrange it in drop D, but it didn't work out. The DADF#BE tuning is (probably?) necessary if you want to play certain notes for their proper duration, and it makes the whole arrangement much easier to play.

oups !

I though "cute sound" means as "nice sound", but probably not -_-', English isn't my main language (I'm french) :D

Ah ok I understand than for a good & respectful performance about notes duration, your tab need DADF#BE tuning.. I didn't think about it, lol I'm a kind of fake musician :D notes duration it's something I never respect when I play guitar, generally I let ring chords, I know it's a wrong way but the easier for me. :D

I'm agreed, if a weird tuning is easier to play, well for sure this is the right way.

I just prefer simplify the tab for myself coz my cheap nylon guitar is a hell to tune (I love her anyway -_-') so I generally prefer stay in Std or Drop D Tuning even if i have to remove some notes in tabs to play it more easily :P

A day when I have more free time, I'll to try to play your tab with right tuning to hear the right "cute sound" :)

diralark said so I generally

diralark said

so I generally prefer stay in Std

I generally prefer STD as well.