Gaye Adegbalola – Learn to Sing the Blues

Dec 21 2017

Gaye Adegbalola – Learn to Sing the Blues

Gaye Adegbalola Learn to Sing the Blues. Here’s a vocal workshop that will help bring your blues songs to life! W. C. Handy Award-winner Gaye Adegbalola has identified 17 key points to help a singer put his or her song across. As she puts it: “My mission is give you some ideas to help you relay a story… lay your soul bare… share an experience… say aloud what others feel deep inside.” In an engaging and forceful way, Gaye shares the elements of singing that she has gleaned from years of performing experience. She discusses her ideas on communicating...

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Mickey Cochran – Introduction to the Mandolin

Dec 05 2017

Mickey Cochran – Introduction to the Mandolin

Mickey Cochran Introduction to the Mandolin download free. This DVD offers a unique approach to learning mandolin. The focus is on developing good habits from the start: proper positioning, proper picking hand, proper fretting hand, how to properly hold the mandolin all of which will make you a cleaner, faster and more efficient mandolinist. Yet, this DVD also discusses proper mandolin set-up which is often overlooked by the beginner and, due to this, the beginner finds the instrument frustrating to play and may even possibly become discouraged from learning. Know all the features of your mandolin along with its...

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Jay Ungar – A Fiddler’s Guide to Waltzes, Airs and Haunting Melodies

Nov 17 2017

Jay Ungar – A Fiddler’s Guide to Waltzes, Airs and Haunting Melodies

Jay Ungar A Fiddler’s Guide to Waltzes, Airs and Haunting Melodies. Learn to play lovely, heart-rending pieces and benefit from Jay Ungar’s years of experience as a top fiddler. He shows the inventive use of slides, grace notes, rolls, smears, vibrato and special bowing techniques that turn ordinary tunes into distinctive compositions. Jay Ungar is a fiddler of the highest calliber. When he teaches, he does it in a very clear manner and does not reflect any arrogance. If you follow his instructions to the letter, you will find you are able to play the tunes in a very...

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Tony Trischka – Bluegrass Banjo Tunes and Techniques

Nov 03 2017

Tony Trischka – Bluegrass Banjo Tunes and Techniques

Tony Trischka Bluegrass Banjo Tunes and Techniques DVD download. This high-octane course in Scruggs-style banjo is perfect for the intermediate picker who wants to get to the next level. It is chock-full of terrific tunes and invaluable instruction. The traditional instrumentals that Tony teaches are part of the essential repertoire that every aspiring picker should know. He provides an in-depth analysis of each tune, and adds invaluable advice and instruction in how to employ rolls, chokes, slides, intros, endings, chord inversions and other important techniques that will give your solos the true bluegrass sound. You’ll also learn how to...

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Billy Boy Arnold – Chicago Blues Harmonica

Oct 18 2017

Billy Boy Arnold – Chicago Blues Harmonica

Billy Boy Arnold Chicago Blues Harmonica download. Billy is an unparalleled source of historical information about the development of the harmonica in this century. After delivering an informative and entertaining introduction about the instrument he loves, Billy walks and talks you through the important aspects of the styles of both Sonny Boys and the two Walters. Each artist’s work is demonstrated by a performance with rhythm section backing and then a clear, concise explanation. Topics covered include playing in first, second and third positions, note bending, trills, back up accompaniment and playing minor blues. Billy shows it all with...

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Derrick Walker – Harmonica Lessons

Jun 02 2017

Derrick Walker – Harmonica Lessons

Derrick (Big) Walker is a famous American musician. He plays alto saxophone, tenor, the ten hole diatonic and chromatic harmonica, also sings and writes own songs. This set of videos will help harmonica players. He was known as “The Boy” in Big Mama Thornton’s band. He believes he is the only harmonica player that Paul Butterfield taught, which leads one to believe he is no one to mess around with. His California Marital Arts State Champion Belt in 1973 is a testament to that.  Let’s see what else we can find out about Mr. Derrick Walker, harmonica and sax...

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Adam Gussow – Harmonica Lessons

Jul 11 2016

Adam Gussow – Harmonica Lessons

Lessons from Adam Gussow from Beginners to Advanced. A lot of examples on harmonica in the key of Bb, but do not worry those who have a harmonica in a different key. Important principle of what Gussow says, not the notes, which are extracted. Even those who are not fluent in English understand what says Mr. Gussow, because he describes everything very very good, sometimes even drawing diagrams. Lessons in the format flv, once were downloaded from YouTube, approx 150 videos, plus a couple of videos about the band, which plays Adam, is also very interesting, because you can...

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Jerome Callet – Master Superchops

Aug 21 2015

Jerome Callet – Master Superchops

Master Superchops – a video tutorial how to play wind instruments, created by Jerome Callet. The training course includes 3 lessons by Jerome, 6 demonstrations (trumpet, trombone, flute and French horn), as well as practical advice and instruction in the form of discussions and musical performances. CD includes the following videos: Csaba Kelemen – trumpet, Mac Gollehon – trumpet, Keith Underwood – flute. Jerome Callet is a musician, teacher and designer of brass instruments. Jerome Callet is the most well-known teacher of the “Tongue Controlled Embouchure” method for brass instruments. The method is all about a focused tone, perfect...

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Amelia Maciszewski – How to Play the Sitar

Jun 18 2015

Amelia Maciszewski – How to Play the Sitar

The Sitar is most well know to the Western World as the instrument of India. Although it is believed that the Sitar has existed in its current form since the 1700’s its popularity among the West is a very recent phenomenon. Musicians such as George Harrison of the Beatles and Ravi Shankar helped popularize the instrument during the late 60’s and early 70’s. With its beautiful Eastern melodies, the Sitar became an easily recognizable instrument in Western Popular culture. Although the majority of its melodies are played on only a few strings, the Sitar is a very complicated instrument...

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Robert R. Pinkman – Bagpipe Tuition Close-Up DVD & Virtual Tutor Book

Mar 09 2014

Robert R. Pinkman – Bagpipe Tuition Close-Up DVD & Virtual Tutor Book

Everything you need to know and everything you need to play properly is explained and demonstrated in these two dvd’s. All the fingering techniques and movements are shown to you in close up detail and played very slowly for easy understanding. The notation of how all these movements are written are explained in detail and I then play them for you to hear how they should sound. Bobby has been a pipe major of several pipe bands with varying degrees of success and developed a tuition program that should be totally fool proof. There are no “grey areas” in...

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