YNGWIE MALMSTEEN: New Tab Book Available From HAL LEONARD Publishing

Hal Leonard, the world's leading music book producers, are offering an YNGWIE MALMSTEEN tab book, entitled "The Yngwie Malmsteen Anthology" (image). According to a posting on the publisher's web site, the book contains "tab transcriptions for 22 tunes from the original shred master who brought the neo-classical style into the forefront of the metal movement." The complete song list is as follows:

01. Anguish And Fear
02. Bedroom Eyes
03. Black Star
04. Brothers
05. Deja Vu
06. Dreaming (Tell Me)
07. Eclipse
08. Far Beyond The Sun
09. Heaven Tonight
10. Hold On
11. I Am A Viking
12. I'll See The Light Tonight
13. Icarus Dream Suite Opus 4
14. Liar
15. Making Love
16. Marching Out
17. Never Die
18. Queen In Love
19. Rising Force
20. Seventh Sign
21. Trilogy Suite Op. 5
22. You Don't Remember I'll Never Forget

(Thanks: Guitar Alchemy)

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