Hallelujah Guitar Lesson - Leonard Cohen
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Charts, TAB, and Guitar Pro Files are only made available to our TARGET Members Hallelujah is one of many Cohen songs that got more recognition by other artists, this one in particular by Jeff Buckley. His compelling recording a few years before his untimely death moved anyone who heard it. Hallelujah is considered by many to be one of the greatest songs of all time. This lesson looks at few different renditions, including Jeff Buckley’s and Kate Voegele’s

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Hey jft, thanks for the message and glad things are working for you here. Just an aside, no connection to the giant corporation here, just an acronym for a catch phrase we had in the early days, which all of us have forgotten. Neilwritten by TGNeil, October 31, 2015
My first post with Totally Guitars, give me a little slack, you tough talking youngsters....okay, here's how I feel. For a good player (i.e. anybody better than me) one thing may be enough. Frankly, I sometimes like the tabs and always like the Guitra Pro think. Why? Because I can mindlessly play something over and over again till I get it right. One person's Got it Right is another person's someday going to Got It Right. So I agree with both or all of you. But I do need tabs. Thanks whover made the decision to give them to us. Right now, I don't feel right spending so much money on the Target thing. Question, is the Target program have anything to do with the big company in the States (I live in the US Virgin Islands) because it looks like the same logo? That' all I got. Rob Kunkel St. Thomas, Cole Clark Angel and Banjo player. written by jft_music, October 31, 2015
Man, I wish people would quit whining about lack of tab at all these videos. Neil tells and shows you EXACTLY how to play these songs--why do you need tab?? Even if there is tab posted at a song (as there is for this one now), I don't bother looking at it. written by profd65, November 17, 2014
I'm sorry to hear you feel ripped off Brianmrz. I can't follow you though, there are several tabs for this lesson, including a chordsolo arrangement. Please check again.written by TGVanessa, August 26, 2014
I can't believe there is NO TAB for the song. What are you teaching?????? Read the comments below, they are all saying the same thing. I am not as polite as everyone else though. I feel totally ripped off. There is no lesson worth anything here. What a jokewritten by briansmrz, August 25, 2014
Bruce, I just happened to run into your questions and the best way to contact us about a particular song is to make a post on the Forum. That is monitored regularly and frequently someone in the TG Community will have the answer. In this case, I am working on finding time to tab out a solo, not necessarily exactly the way I improvised it in the lesson but close. Hopefully in a week or two. Neilwritten by TGNeil, December 07, 2013
IS there a "contact us" option so a question will be answered? I see the same comments here but no replies…kinda frustrating written by brucesd, December 06, 2013
Hey Neil, I loved the melody play through but notice the tab is "still " not available to those of us not musically inclined enough to work it through for ourselves. The melody is the reason I purchased the lesson. Is the tab going to be available soon? written by brucesd, December 02, 2013
I have to agree with the previous posters. I don't understand why the tab for the playthrough isn't available. If we could simply watch the video and put the melody together for ourselves, we wouldn't need lessons! I see this lesson has been posted for a long time, but I hope Neil will consider adding the tab for the playthrough. written by Veronica24, October 16, 2013