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Song Name: Do-Re-Mi (Chromatic & Diatonic) By: Julie Andrews (Sound of Music)
Posted By: Billy_Idle Difficulty: Intermediate
Key: C Genre: Musical
Harp Type: Any Audio: Do-Re-Mi (Chromatic & Diatonic)
Created: 2021-11-14 08:52:38 Modified: 2022-03-13 12:27:46
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Song:
Do-Re-Mi / Julie Andrews (Sound of Music)

Tabbed for C Chromatic (Key of Bb) so you can Play Along With Julie!

Plus tabs for much easier Key of C as well as Diatonic tabs! (See below)



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Do-Re-Mi


Key of Bb  (Chromatic)


[Intro]

Let's start at the very beginning
 -6    -6  -6  -6  7  7  -7 -6 -6

A very nice place to start
-6 -6 -6 -6   7   -7  -6

When you read you begin with  A  B  C
 -6  -6  -5* -5* -5* -5*  5  -5 -5* -6

When you sing you begin with  Do-Re-Mi
 -6  -6  -5* -5* -5* -5*  5   -3* 5 -5

(Do-Re-Mi), Do-Re-Mi
 -3* 5 -5   -3* 5 -5

The first three notes just happen to be
-7*  -7     7    -6    -5* -5 -5 -5* -6

Do-Re-Mi, (Do-Re-Mi)
-3* 5 -5   -3* 5 -5

Do, Re, Me, Fa, So, La, Te, ...
-3*  5  -5  -5* -6   7  -7


[Verse]

Doe, a deer, a female deer
-3*  4  -5  -3* -5 -3* -5

Ray, a drop of golden sun
 5  -5  -5* -5* -5  5 -5*

Me, a name I call myself
-5 -5* -6 -5  -6  -5  -6

Far, a long long way to run
-5* -6  7    7   -6  -5*  7

Sew, a needle pulling thread
-6  -3* 5 -5  -5* -6    7

La, a note to follow So
7   5  -5  -5* -6  7 -7

Tea, a drink with jam and bread
-7  -5  -5*   -6   7  -7   -7*

That will bring us back to Do, oh, oh, oh
 -7*  -7    7  -5*  -7  -6 -7* -6  -5  5


[Ending]

Do, Re, Me, Fa, So, La, Te, Do, Do, Do!
-3*  5  -5  -5* -6   7  -7  -7* -6  -7*

__________________________________________


Key of C  (Chromatic)


[Intro]

Let's start at the very beginning
 7      7   7   7 -7 -7  -8  7  7

A very nice place to start
7  7 7  7    -7   -8   7

When you read you begin with  A  B  C
 7    7   -6  -6  -6 -6  -5   6 -6  7

When you sing you begin with  Do-Re-Mi
 7    7   -6  -6  -6 -6  -5   5 -5  6

(Do-Re-Mi), Do-Re-Mi
 5 -5  6    5 -5  6

The first three notes just happen to be
 8   -8    -7     7   -6    6  6  -6  7

Do-Re-Mi, (Do-Re-Mi)
5 -5  6    5 -5  6

Do, Re, Me, Fa, So, La, Te, ...
5  -5   6   -6  7   -7  -8


[Verse]

Doe, a deer, a female deer
 5  -5   6   5  6  5   6

Ray, a drop of golden sun
-5   6  -6  -6  6 -5  -6

Me, a name I call myself
6  -6  7   6  7    6  7

Far, a long long way to run
-6   7  -7   -7   7  -6 -7

Sew, a needle pulling thread
 7   5 -5  6  -6  7    -7

La, a note to follow So
-7  -5  6  -6  7 -7  -8

Tea, a drink with jam and bread
-8   6  -6    7   -7  -8    8

That will bring us back to Do, oh, oh, oh
 8   -8    -7   -6  -8  7  8   7   6   -5


[Ending]

Do, Re, Me, Fa, So, La, Te, Do, Do, Do!
5   -5  6   -6  7   -7  -8   8   7   8

__________________________________________


Key of C  (Diatonic)


[Intro]

Let's start at the very beginning
 6      6   6   6 -6 -6  -7  6  6

A very nice place to start
6  6 6  6    -6   -7   6

When you read you begin with  A  B  C
 6    6   -5  -5  -5 -5  -4   5 -5  6

When you sing you begin with  Do-Re-Mi
 6    6   -5  -5  -5 -5  -4   4 -4  5

(Do-Re-Mi), Do-Re-Mi
 4 -4  5    4 -4  5

The first three notes just happen to be
 7   -7    -6     6   -5    5  5  -5  6

Do-Re-Mi, (Do-Re-Mi)
4 -4  5    4 -4  5

Do, Re, Me, Fa, So, La, Te, ...
4  -4   5   -5  6   -6  -7


[Verse]

Doe, a deer, a female deer
 4  -4   5   4  5  4   5

Ray, a drop of golden sun
-4   5  -5  -5  5 -4  -5

Me, a name I call myself
5  -5  6   5  6    5  6

Far, a long long way to run
-5   6  -6   -6   6  -5 -6

Sew, a needle pulling thread
 6   4 -4  5  -5  6    -6

La, a note to follow So
-6  -4  5  -5  6 -6  -7

Tea, a drink with jam and bread
-7   5  -5    6   -6  -7    7

That will bring us back to Do, oh, oh, oh
 7   -7    -6   -5  -7  6  7   6   5   -4


[Ending]

Do, Re, Me, Fa, So, La, Te, Do, Do, Do!
4   -4  5   -5  6   -6  -7   7   6   7


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