Guitar and Piano Transcriptions

Transcription Archive

This archive features guitar and piano transcriptions of many of Joni's songs - including dulcimer tabs, bass guitar notation, and lead sheets as well. Originally conceived and designed by Sue McNamara, the archive has since evolved into a constantly growing project maintained collectively by Sue and fellow guitarists Marian Russell, Howard Wright, and Dave Blackburn (with special thanks to Mark Domyancich). Many other guitarists from around the world have contributed transcriptions as well.

Most-viewed transcriptions in past 60 days

  1. Both Sides Now - Steve DiBartola, Guitar tablature
  2. Big Yellow Taxi - Harlan Thompson and Howard Wright, Guitar chords
  3. A Case Of You - Howard Wright, Guitar tablature
  4. Circle Game - Julo Cumani, Guitar tablature
  5. Both Sides Now - Yukie Smith, Piano music
  6. California - Howard Wright, Dulcimer tablature
  7. River - Howard Wright, Piano music
  8. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat - Dave Blackburn, Piano music
  9. A Case Of You - Steve Johnson, Guitar chords
  10. You Turn Me On, I'm A Radio - Harlan Thompson, Guitar chords
  11. Furry Sings The Blues - Howard Wright, Guitar chords
  12. Woodstock - Michael Dunn, Piano music
  13. Amelia - Mark Domyancich, Guitar chords
  14. All I Want - Steve Johnson, Guitar chords
  15. Blue - Dave Blackburn, Piano music
  16. Coyote - Harlan Thompson, Guitar chords
  17. Morning Morgantown - Mia Ortlieb, Guitar chords
  18. Song For Sharon - Sue McNamara and Howard Wright, Guitar tablature
  19. Both Sides Now - Sue McNamara, Guitar tablature
  20. All I Want - Howard Wright, Dulcimer tablature

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A number of Joni's guitar tunings, although tuned to different pitches, have the same relative relationship between the strings. The "tuning pattern" ignores the pitch and groups tunings with similar relationships. For a more detailed explanation, see the Tuning Patterns page.