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Nirvana The Bass Collection

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Kurt Cobain
Arranger Nirvana
Artist Nirvana
Publisher Emi Music Publishing
Series Bass Recorded Versions
Catalog # 00690066

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Product Description

Nirvana The Bass Collection Composed by Kurt Cobain. Arranged by Nirvana. Performed by Nirvana. For Electric Bass. Published by Emi Music Publishing. (Catalog # 00690066, UPC: 073999015782)

18 songs transcribed for bass guitar, including: About A Girl · All Apologies · Come As You Are · Heart Shaped Box · Lithium · Smells Like Teen Spirit · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ABOUT A GIRL NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
ALL APOLOGIES NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
BLEW NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
COME AS YOU ARE NIRVANA HELMING/COBAIN  
DUMB NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
FLOYD THE BARBER NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
HEART SHAPED BOX NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
IN BLOOM NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
LITHIUM NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
LOUNGE ACT NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD,THE NIRVANA BOWIE,DAVID  
MR. MOUSTACHE NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
ON A PLAIN NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
PENNY ROYAL TEA NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
POLLY NIRVANA  
RAPE ME NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT NIRVANA NOVOSELIC/GROHL/COBA  
STAIN NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  
STAY AWAY NIRVANA COBAIN,KURT  

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