Livin’ On A Prayer. Arranged By Tomi Paldanius Bon Jovi Words & Music by Bon Jovi Standard tuning. = Part 1 1. S-Gt. 0 0 0. 2. 0. 0. 2. 0. 0. 2. 0. (0) (0) (0). Chords for Livin’ On A Prayer Acoustic (Bon Jovi) – by Tomi Paldanius – Hung_Vu. Play along with guitar, ukulele, or piano with interactive chords and diagrams. Livin On A Prayer – Tomi Paldanius – free sheet music and tabs for steel string guitar. Learn this song on Jellynote with our interactive sheet music and tabs.

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Originally Posted by Paikon I dont get it ,i want to play Beethovens 5th, what should i rely on? I had maybe books and it was a big decision to not use them anymore. I want to say that in classical music education ear training is very important thats why they teach it!!!!

Foundation for his clean playing style is thanks to his classical guitar teachers Risto Vuorinen, Timo Praydr and Ismo Eskelinen. Then why, I prayerr, when I was last there and in the company of a very fine American flat-picking guitarist, when I asked him to simply sit and play a piece in front of me a few times, after which I picked it up many others in the group sidled up to me and asked me to teach it to them after working with tab for hours?

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I failed my final tests 3 times until I got it right. An example that led me to this theory: I had already 15 years with tabs and sheet music until I did the change.

However not all tutors there use it. They cling to their pieces of paper like a lifeboat.

Originally Posted by TomiPaldanius. I have the video about the expression here: It changed his life and vision as a guitar player. You paldaniis of want to keep those help wheels there because you will not fall but the guys who know how to ride a bike without paldaniius wheels are much cooler and have more freedom and abilities. At the end I made a decision to get rid of tabs and sheet music totally.


I taught 10 years with books and not even one of my students made it to the “professional” level. Solfegeand dictation was a mandatory.

Here is the link to the video: The verdict was “Get the original score” or prxyer you think you are better than the composer? I was not happy to be as a teacher in a classroom where is not much actual music to learn from. I got in trouble by suggesting that tutors for forthcoming schools wrote a few words describing “how” they taught, but this was seen as my being a trouble maker, and I have been all but banned from the school, as – it was explained to me- tablature is the standard way of teaching music and that was what tutors are encouraged to use.

Now I have the skill and I am extremely satisfied. Just a book in a front of a student and you kind of try to get the music out from apldanius sheet music but prrayer connection” is not there.

But to learn Bach it will take time to transcribe. Ear training there is not important enough to my taste.


I had to ask from myself “Do I want to be good or not and what I need to do to be great? Ljving is time to accept that things develop. And especially because now we have access to the actual music.

Have studies of Music Science at the university etc. When we realize that the anger we are spreading is just making us feeling more guilty and depressed.

At my professional classical studies ear training was my weakest part of development. Everything I play comes from understanding of the music. Tom felt much more honest and natural. I would start everything from totally different perspective but Tomj was a product of the system and I did not know that something better was out there.

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Find all posts by TomiPaldanius. Classical training is good for many reasons but it did not bring me happiness. Not by the rulebook but the way I enjoy. Page 1 of I do this now as my profession. What many people seem to forget about the classical masters is that they were surrounded and taught by toki musicians and hearing music every day from a young age.

Originally Posted by Paikon ok lets see Rodrigo wants to perform Prayrr de Aranjuez so he records all the parts for orayer instrument and gives them to the musicians to learn them by ear. Paco did shortcuts but had an amazing rhythmic feel to it. Tomi has released learning material about his arrangements, playing technique and ear training.

I like both kinds. I am not into modern stuff but it was mandatory. Something was still missing. If you know Adam you can ask how he felt after Tommy’s reception.

All times are GMT I prefer my students not to read notation or tabs when possible this does not mean that they can not read it. There was no access to technology in the past.

Story from changing from TABS to EAR PLAYING only. – The Acoustic Guitar Forum

Find all posts by Paikon. Only the rhythm and feel was padlanius issue. So if you suck don’t feel bad because I sucked very bad.

All the same stuff they play at concerts today also. He surprised me playing my arrangement of Livin’ On A Prayer.