Bright Eyes arranged for classical guitar by David Jaggs

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This was one of my earliest arrangements I made for my first album back in 1997! I re-visited it for publishing purposes, I’ve added the introduction for solo guitar and changed a few things around. In the end it took just as long as doing a new arrangement! Anyway, it’s available on both of my websites above in the next day or so.

Please excuse the hat. I’ve not seen a hairdresser since early February due to the lockdown! It has the added advantage of hiding my face also.

I’m missing the beautiful sound of recording in the church during lockdown. And I’m also missing my camerman, Bim, so sorry for the low quality video.

Guitar maker Jean Noel Rohe 2009
Strings D’addario Pro Arte medium tension


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14 thoughts on “Bright Eyes arranged for classical guitar by David Jaggs

  1. Just woke up to this , very nice , great song , lovely one to play ,
    You re doing a free tutorial??
    As re the hair , I bought a razor and my son cuts it , I may not return to barber shops at all !!
    And my two son's cut eachothers ,its great laugh

  2. "Bright Eyes" is a song written by Mike Batt and performed by Art Garfunkel. It was written for the soundtrack of the 1978 British animated adventure drama film Watership Down.

  3. Beautiful arrangement and playing.👍 Just had my hair cut with clippers. There's not much on my head these days anyway. 😂

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