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Cathedral Walls

Transcribed by Evan Jaslow Swallow the Sun


JaslowDrumSheets.com Emerald Forest and the Blackbird
Kai Hahto
Doom Ballad e = 97


Intro

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13

Crash 1st time only



15

Verse


Where do we ...

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The convoy is still ...

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Cathedral Walls
2
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And the

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Chorus



candles ...

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*
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Verse

This silence speaks ...

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Where do I go ...

52



* sampled drums for two bars


Cathedral Walls
3
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Middle
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The guardian angels ... 3

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6
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I will follow you ...


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72




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And the
Cathedral Walls
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Chorus
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candles ...

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Outro





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Main Notation Key
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Drum Set
China Trash Splash 1 Splash 2 Right Right Left Left
Crash 1 Crash 2 Crash 1 Crash 2


Hi-Hat 2nd Ride Crashed/ 2nd
(Closed/Loose/Open)* Hi-Hat** Ride
Bell*** 2nd Ride
6 Ride Bell****


Tamborine Sleigh Shaker Hi-Hat Foot Foot
Bells w/ foot crash tamborine




Rototoms Timbalitos Rack Toms***** Floor Toms
(High/Mid/Low) (High/Mid/Low) (Highest/High/Mid/Low) (High/Low)
12


Snare Rim 2nd Kick Drum Rims Repeat beat Repeat measure
Click Snare (Primary/Secondary)

* Keep the hi-hat the notated style until notated otherwise.


** The second hi-hat is normally kept loose, so the style notations are typically not necessary.
*** The bell of other cymbals will also be notated with a diamond notehead.
**** On the rare occasion this is necessary, other indications will be made to make this clearer.
***** For reference, the average three-tom setup would use the high and mid rack toms and the high floor tom.
Rototoms and timbalitos are rarely used except in the largest drum sets.
- All ghost notes are notated as smaller versions of the above noteheads.
- In most cases, I only notate the 2nd (bolded) crashes when there is a clear distinction heard on the recording, especially if
I'm familiar with the drummer's setup. Also, assume the bolded x represents crashing the first ride, unless it is stated that
the drummer uses two rides (a rare occurrence).