... MUS 1112: Classical Guitar For Beginners
Designed to provide students with basic classical guitar playing techniques and performance.
Students will also be given basic skills in handling, maintenance and storage of a guitar as well
as handling of Rehearsals. Emphasis is on fundamentals: ...
FENDER PLAYERS CLUB COUNTRY BASICS WHAT:
... In the early part of the 1 9 3 0s, the Grand Ole Oprey broadcast performances from Nashville, Tennessee which became—
and remains today—the center of country music. By the 1 9 4 0s and 1 9 5 0s, despite strict standards by the traditionalists,
improvisational elements were incorporated into the styl ...
A number of students have asked for some resources to help them
... Their musical function in that case is the same as rhythm guitar
Filling in notes that outline chords with a rhythmic pattern
fitting in with drums and bass (and guitar)
Organ and synthesizers can balance sustaining notes
against rhythm instruments as well
Linking Your Vocals and Guitar Through Parallel Melodies.ppp
... In the example below, the vocal melody
is the sung line, “I love you.” Below it, a
simple, fingerpicked guitar part is shown.
Notice that the guitar part’s upper notes
parallel the vocal melody in thirds (that is,
its uppermost notes follow the same rhythmic pattern and melodic contour as the vocal
The Guitar and its Performance from the Fifteenth to Eighteenth
... placement of the higher of the pair of strings is such that it is
the first one to be plucked by the thumb, and can be selected as the
only one of the pair to be sounded. This is an important feature,
unique to the five-course guitar, which was utilized idiomatically in
much of the instrument's solo ...
Electric Counterpoint PowerPoint
... Metheny recorded all instrumental parts (12 guitar and 2
bass) under Reich and would be used as a stereo backing
track – he would play the live part over this.
... Describing music from various
cultures and genres.
Describing and analyzing the
musical characteristics that make a
piece of music appropriate for a
performance of a solo/ensemble in
relation to the genre or style
PO 306 ...
Make use of “History” notes in
Essential Elements for Guitar
(i.e. Flamenco p. 10, Blues p.
17, The Beach Boys p. 43, J.S.
Bach p. 84).
Essential Elements for Guitar
p. 8 – counting.
PDF Booklet - Stefan Grossman`s Guitar Workshop
... aboard an ocean liner that docked in San Francisco. After
making his way to Los Angeles in 1927, Hoopii formed a
trio and began recording hot, improvised Hawaiian lapstyle solos over jazz and blues tunes. By the mid 1930s,
popular lap-style guitarists such as Hoopii and Roy
Smeck had devised more so ...
... Intermediate Guitar Junior High
Course #: MU 30
Course Name: Intermediate Guitar
Prerequisites: Must have access to a classical or acoustic guitar.
Adapted from the Country Music Hall of Fame ® and Museum`s
... The piano is made up of a series of levers and linkages whose strings are hammered when activated by playing the
keys with the fingers. An integral part of country music from its inception, the piano hit its stride with western swing in
the mid 1930s as typified by the playing of Moon Mullican. Late ...
degree handbook - Berklee College of Music
... Funk/Rock and R&B Guitar Soloing
Funk/Rock and R&B Guitar Soloing teaches the tools
and effective soloing techniques of the legendary funk
guitarists: the appropriate scales, the best use of effects
(such as wah-wah, overdrive, distortion, and fuzz),
and the rhythmic and melodic development that wor ...
Concert d`aujourd`hui! Works by Domenico Scarlatti (1683
... Munier was a prolific composer. His catalogue includes more than 350 published works.
With the exception of a few works, including the "Trio for mandolin, violoncello and piano"
and the "Three quartets for 2 mandolins, mandola and lute", Munier wrote primarily for
mandolin and guitar. His production ...
The Guitar Chord – An analysis of Alberto Ginastera use of the guitar
... to understand some technical aspects of the guitar. Like most stringed instruments the guitar
is played either with open strings or with pressed strings. As previously mentioned, it is rare
to find chords formed solely by open strings in the tonal repertoire (This use becomes more
common in late rom ...
July issue of DownBeat
... Spearheaded by the Thelonious Monk
Institute of Jazz and the United Nations
Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
(UNESCO), International Jazz Day is a celebration in which cities around the globe host jazz concerts and educational events. This year, 196 countries participated, with Soma ...
... assumption that the normal progression to the tonic (V7 to I, or the authentic cadence) is, by
inference, the front door. Backdoor ii-V refers to ♭VII serving as a substitute for V in the ii-V-I
Blues 1 Blues is the name given to both a musical form and a music
... in a 4/4 time signature. The blues chords associated to a twelve-bar blues are typically a set of three different chords
played over a 12-bar scheme. They are labeled by Roman numbers referring to the degrees of the progression. For
instance, for a blues in the key of C, C is the tonic chord (I) and ...
In popular music, a guitar solo is a melodic passage, section, or entire piece of music written for an electric guitar or an acoustic guitar. Guitar solos, which sometimes contain varying degrees of improvisation, are used in many styles of popular music such as blues, swing, jazz, jazz fusion, rock and metal. Guitar solos are also used in classical music forms such as chamber music and concertos.Guitar solos range from unaccompanied works for a single guitar to compositions with accompaniment from other instruments. The accompaniment musicians for a guitar solo can range from a small ensemble such as a jazz quartet or a rock band, to a large ensemble such as an orchestra or big band. Unaccompanied acoustic guitar music is found in folk and classical music dating as far back as the instrument has existed, and the use of an acoustic guitar as a solo voice within an ensemble dates back at least to the Baroque concerto.