POLSKIE DROGI - (Andrzej Kurylewicz) - Pat Metheny
Solo fingerpicking guitar arrangement of "POLSKIE DROGI" ("Polish Roads" literally or "Polish Story" in the meaning) as performed by Pat Metheny live at Congress Concert Hall in Warsaw, December 09, 2002, with Anna Maria Jopek and Friends.
Polskie Drogi was written by Andrzej Kurylewicz (1932 - 2007), a polish composer, pianist, trombonist, trumpet player and conductor, in 1976 as the main theme for the homonymous polish TV series.
In the original Pat Metheny's live performance he plays the Little Manzer Steel string tuned in G#-D#-B-F#-C#. This transcription is for a standard Steel string guitar in standard tuning with capo at 4th fret, getting the same result.
Polskie Drogi was later released in a studio version on CD "Pat Metheny & Anna Maria Jopek - Upojenie" in 2008
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