It’s Easy To Play Ballads

Sep 22 2018

It’s Easy To Play Ballads

It’s Easy To Play Ballads PDF. Seventeen popular songs easily arranged for the piano, with chord symbols and lyrics. Includes ‘Annie’s Song’, ‘As Time Goes By’ and ‘Sometimes When We Touch’. The “It’s easy to play” series is an entirely new departure in music publishing. The music is newly engraved and includes chord symbols and lyrics where appropriate. These fine arrangements are so easy even beginners can play them. Songs include: Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now) Annie’s Song As Time Goes By Feelings Fool If You Think It’s Over I’ll Never Smile Again Let Me...

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Charlie Lennon – Irish Fiddle Complete Techniques

Sep 18 2018

Charlie Lennon – Irish Fiddle Complete Techniques

Charlie Lennon Irish Fiddle Complete Techniques download. Irish Fiddle: Complete Techniques. A superb video  by Charlie Lennon, one of the most well-known and respected musicians in Ireland. Learn all the great styles and techniques: bow and finger ornamentation, cuts, rolls, runs and regional styles. A master-player so you can ask for no more. So here are the essential techniques for playing Irish traditional music after which you can, of course, play anything anywhere. Dust that old fiddle down and get started. Complete with live stage performance featuring Steve Cooney (guitar), Tommy Hayes (Bodhran), Gerry O’Connor (Banjo) and Cormac Breathnach...

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Joe Carr – Western Swing Guitar Style

Sep 17 2018

Joe Carr – Western Swing Guitar Style

Joe Carr Western Swing Guitar Style PDF. If you have ever heard the sound of rhythm guitar in a good western swing band, you may have wondered how the guitarist achieved that unique chordal sound. While the song might be a simple one – playable with only two or three chords – the western swing guitarist changes chords every two beats, providing a driving and harmonically interesting background for the singers and instrumentalists. This book is designed for intermediate players who have a basic understanding of open chords. It begins with study of the Texas fiddle back-up style and...

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Stefan Grossman & Ton Van Bergeyk – How To Play Ragtime Guitar

Sep 16 2018

Stefan Grossman & Ton Van Bergeyk – How To Play Ragtime Guitar

Stefan Grossman & Ton Van Bergeyk How To Play Ragtime Guitar PDF. This album was original recorded and released in 1973. This is the first time it is available in CD format. The eighteen selections played by Stefan Grossman and Ton Van Bergeyk show a wide cross-section of ragtime possibilities. These range from classic rags to ragtime songs to ragtime dances to the ragtime guitar styles of Blind Blake and Rev. Davis. The concept of this project hopefully combines an enjoyable listening experience with instructional information for guitarists. Detailed notes on each tune is presented in the booklet. Tab/music...

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Raquy Danziger – Dumbek Fever Volume 1 – 2

Sep 13 2018

Raquy Danziger – Dumbek Fever Volume 1 – 2

Raquy Danziger Dumbek Fever Volume 1 – 2 download free. Raquy Danziger is one of the most popular performers, teachers and composers of Middle Eastern Drumming today. Audiences worldwide are not only surprised by this young woman from America, but captivated by her virtuosity, profound musicality and the passion she brings to performances. Her varied repertoire includes traditional Middle Eastern music as well as her own compositions. For the past few years, Raquy has been going to Egypt to teach and perform, where she has collaborated with some of the most famous musicians, including Said El-Artist and Hamish Henkish,...

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John Renbourn – Medieval & Renaissance Music For Fingerstyle Guitar

Sep 11 2018

John Renbourn – Medieval & Renaissance Music For Fingerstyle Guitar

John Renbourn Medieval & Renaissance Music For Fingerstyle Guitar. For some time now, I have periodically made transcriptions of early pieces mainly for my own enjoyment. My interest in early music runs parallel to my interest in Western folk music. It was, and still is, intriguing to consider the characteristics that are common to both. I discovered that even whole pieces, thought to exist in manuscript only, occasionally cropped up remarkably intact in current folk playing, and instruments long assumed silent were found to be still sounding in remote areas of Europe. I began by taking a medieval dance...

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Keith Wyatt – Beyond Basics: Acoustic Slide Guitar

Sep 07 2018

Keith Wyatt – Beyond Basics: Acoustic Slide Guitar

Keith Wyatt Beyond Basics Acoustic Slide Guitar DVD download. Keith Wyatt, one of the country’s foremost blues and rock educators, takes you through all aspects of acoustic slide playing including choosing the right slide, open tunings, use of a capo, fingerboard patterns, vibrato, special intonations, and muting techniques. Keith also shows you how to mix slide with standard guitar technique for fills and self accompaniment. From preparation to actual performing, instructor Keith Wyatt covers the fundamentals of playing acoustic slide guitar in this entry in Beyond Basics series. Words cannot explain how awesome this guy is in playing the...

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Jon Gindick – Rockin’ The Folk

Sep 05 2018

Jon Gindick – Rockin’ The Folk

Jon Gindick Rockin’ The Folk PDF. Formerly known as Rock n’ Blues Lesson II , “Rock’n the Folk” this is a fairly difficult amplified harp/ band CD lesson with 10 page tab and explanation booklet. It takes you to an advanced level in a spectacularly easy way. The goal is to to learn to play and improvise on cross harp melodies such as “Frankie and Johnnie” and “Red River Valley.” This gives you the beginning of a repertoire that everyone will know, understand and relate to. It also teaches you to use the cross harp bends and unbends as...

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Fred Sokolow – Songs of Hawaii for the Ukulele

Aug 31 2018

Fred Sokolow – Songs of Hawaii for the Ukulele

Fred Sokolow Songs of Hawaii for the Ukulele. Though the ukulele came from Portugal, it became popular and got its name in Hawaii. In this 90-minute lesson, Fred presents the most well-known Hawaiian hapa-haoli standards, some that go back to the 1920s, others as recent as the 1960s. Mostly written by Tin Pan Alley composers who threw in a few Hawaiian words and phrases, these songs are still sung today wherever ukes are strummed. Fred teaches beautiful chord-melody solos to each one, and shows you how to strum a simple accompaniment. Titles include: Blue Hawaii Little Brown Gal Ukulele...

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Al Ek – Rock Harmonica

Aug 29 2018

Al Ek – Rock Harmonica

Al Ek Rock Harmonica DVD download. With Rock Harmonica, beginners can learn how to play harmonica from the ground up. More experienced players can take their playing to the next level with outside-the-box thinking and lessons on playing in different positions. The first half includes instruction on notes, scales, tongue blocking (That’s what your mom said), vibrato, trills and more. The second features lessons on cool licks in the styles of 11 rock harmonica masters, including Bob Dylan, Neil Young, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Tom Petty and more! All lessons are presented both on the DVD and in the...

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