Harmonica Tab: Taps by Daniel Butterfield

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Learn to play Taps by Daniel Butterfield on your harmonica, the tab is below.

Song facts: “Taps” is often sounded on a bugle or trumpet at funerals, particularly by the U.S. military. 

Harmonica type: diatonic

Listen to the song:

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Taps by Daniel Butterfield (for diatonic harmonica)

 3   3    4     3   4    5
Fad-ing light dims the sight,

 3  4   5   3    4   5
and a star gems the sky

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gleaming bright,

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From a – far drawing nigh falls the night.

Comments (2)

  • Katie Kee

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    I LOVE LISTENING TO TAPS BY THIS YOUNG LADY AND WHEN I WENT TO SEE THE HARMONICA TAB PART, IT WOULDN’T COME IN. IS THERE ANOTHER WAY TO GET THE TABS??? I THOUGHT IT SAID YOU PROVIDED THE TABS FOR THIS SONG, BUT THE PAGE WAS BLANK. I WAS VERY DISAPPOINTED AS I WOULD LOVE TO LEARN A MORE INDEPTH WAY TO PLAY TAPS.
    THANKS, I DO LOVE YOUR SITE AND IT HAS HELPED ME SO MUCH IN LEARNING TO PLAY THE HARMONICA. I AM STILL LEARNING, BUT ADVANCING; THANKS TO ALL YOUR HELP. YOU HAVE A WONDERFUL WAY OF TEACHING.
    KATIE

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  • Michaelabrice

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    Taps is a traditional military song…very rarely are traditional hymns improvised…silence and strict adherence to traditional melody is used to maintain order in the universe…so to speak…

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