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Humoresque Beginner Piano Sheet Music By Anton Dvorak
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From Czech Composer, Anton Dvorak's, famous Piano Piece, Humoresque for Beginner Piano A SilverTonalities Arrangement! Easy Note Style Sheet Music Letter Names of Notes embedded in each Notehead!
Ragtime Waltzes for Guitar (TAB) By Dorian Henry
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Ragtime waltzes arranged for guitar (Tablature format, TAB). Volume 1 : Echoes from the Snowball Club (1898, Harry P. Guy) p. 8 Silks and Rags (1901, Fred S. Stone) p. 15 Daughters of Dahomey... More > (1902, Harry P. Guy) p. 22 Varsity Days (1903, C. M. Foss) p. 28 Neomê (1905, Louise Gustin) p. 32 John Jackson’s Social Club (1905, John Rehm) p. 38 Fleurette (1911, Lou Sievers) p. 42 Mandy’s Ragtime Waltz (1912, J.S. Zamecnik) p. 47 Elaine (1913, E. J. Stark) p. 52 True Love (1913, Henri Klickmann) p. 54 Wiggle-Wag (1913, George W. Meyer) p. 56 The Biltmore Waltz (1916, Arthur N. Green) p. 61 Mexicala (1918, George Gould) p. 64 http://www.ragtimeguitare.com/< Less
Intermediate Walking Bass Lines for Jazz Guitar By JazzGuitarMaster Media
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Intermediate Walking Bass Lines for Jazz Guitar explores the creation of walking bass lines played over chord sequence using scale tones. This is the usual second step for players who want to master... More > walking bass before moving to chromatic lines. A progressive approach is used to introduce walking bass technique: we start with a preliminary section to approach scalar walking bass on a single chord progression. In the second part we present lines related to most common jazz progressions. In our examples a bass line is added above chord (in this case drop2 and drop3 voicing are used) progression. Playing also suggested chord position is a good exercise for solo guitar.< Less
Basic Walking Bass Lines for Jazz Guitar By JazzGuitarMaster Media
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Basic Walking Bass Lines for Jazz Guitar explores the creation of walking bass lines played over chord sequence using only chord tones. This is the usual path for beginner players who want to start... More > with walking bass before moving to more complex techniques as scalar or chromatic lines. A progressive approach is used to introduce walking bass technique: we begin with lines starting from the root of the chord, then we explore lines starting from chord guide tones (third and seventh) and then we create lines starting from any chord tone. On each step player discovers a new set of lines moving from very mechanical and repetitive examples to more melodic and professional lines. In the first part of this book many exercises on single chord progression are presented, instead in the second part, studied lines are applied to most common jazz progressions.< Less