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Led Zeppelin and Alfred announce new sheet music collections

November 19, 2012
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New music collections from Led Zeppelin are now available for guitar and piano. These include a guitar TAB book for the band’s 2007 reunion concert film Celebration Day, Platinum Album Editions in authentic guitar TAB for Physical Graffiti and Presence, and a piano sheet music anthology. For guitarists, Led Zeppelin: Celebration Day features transcriptions in standard notation and TAB for every song performed on the band’s one-time reunion concert film, including “Dazed and Confused,” “Misty Mountain Hop,” “Since I've Been Loving You,” “Kashmir,” and more. To help capture the historic event, several pages of full-color photographs are also included. Led Zeppelin: Celebration Day is also available as CD & DVD sets. Drawn from more than 30 years of documentation, interviews, and recorded footage, the Led Zeppelin: Physical Graffiti and Presence Platinum Guitar editions feature transcriptions with unprecedented accuracy. Each book also includes a helpful Guitar TAB Glossary, along with detailed instruction on note bending, articulations, and the tremolo bar to help recreate the characteristics of each song.

For pianists, the Led Zeppelin: Piano Sheet Music Anthology contains 20 arrangements from seven of the band’s albums, including the Grammy Hall of Fame award-winners Led Zeppelin I and Led Zeppelin IV. Among the arrangements are a variety of songs that are particularly well-suited to be played on keyboard instruments, such as "All My Love," "No Quarter," "Stairway to Heaven," "Your Time Is Gonna Come," and much more.

As part of Alfred’s ongoing commitment to improving the environment, these books are printed on recycled paper.

The new Led Zeppelin sheet music folios are now available for $22.99-$24.99 at music retail stores and at alfred.com.
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