Free and guaranteed quality tablature with ukulele chord charts, transposer and auto scroller. Gerudo Valley ukulele tablature by The Legend Of Zelda, free uke tab and chords You may only use this for private study, scholarship, or research. Switch orientation This is GOOD! Try landscape mode instead of portrait. How to play "The Legend Of Zelda - Ger…" Print Song "Gerudo Valley (Ocarina of Time)" ukulele chords and tabs by Koji Kondo. Try transposing up a semitone to Gm Eb F D for slightly easier chords, sounds great! At seventeen, he decided to pursue music professionally. Koji Kondo ( b. August 13, 1961) is a Japanese composer and musician best known for his scores for various video games produced by Nintendo. Lyrics don't fit on one line? This arrangement for the song is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the song. Does anyone know the chords to this tab? I’m not positive, but that’s what I figured out by ear. Way behind on the bandwagon here, but I think that the chords are Bm A G F#. He undertook classical training, and he learned to play several instruments. Gerudo Valley Tab by The Legend Of Zelda with free online tab player. Below you can find the intro part for "Gerudo Valley" by Koji Kondo from Zelda: Ocarina of Time. UkuWorld and its derivatives do not own any songs, lyrics or arrangements posted and/or printed. He took to music at an early age, writing simple tunes for fun even as a small child. Fun fact, thats the exact chord progression for ‘You Know What They do to Guys Like Us in Prison’ by MCR, I play left-handed so this is a super easy tab for me. If you want the chords that goes with this tab, use Bm, G, A and F#. Kondo was born in Nagoya, Japan. Awesome! One accurate version. Have you got the rest of the tab? They’re a bit hard to switch into (especially E) if you have larger hands but it’s doable. Biography 2012-2020, Part of the UkuWorld network, Some Rights Reserved. The Legend Of Zelda - Gerudo Valley – Misc Computer Games. I’ve found that the best chords are F#m D E C# like WaitingAtAStoplight says. All songs by Koji Kondo. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal In the 1980s, Kondo learned that a company called Nintendo was seeking musicians to compose music for its new video game system