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Heart of Gold Chords Arranged for Beginning Guitar (Neil Young)

...the same as the Intro.. Outro: 8-bar section; The first four bars are the same as the Intro. The last four bars are the same as the Chorus and end on the G.   Once you become familiar with chord charts, you’ll never want to go back. It’s just easier to see where you’re going when you have a map. And, it’s especially helpful when you’re not familiar with the song or there’s a section of the song that you don’t remember (Bridges and Interludes are notorious for surprising players and derailing a song’s performance).   This tune has an Instrumental... Read More

Blues Guitar: Origins and Fundamentals of Playing

...of tension because they include the interval of a tritone. Traditionally, dominant chords are meant to resolve back to the 1 chord, which is often called the tonic chord, but in blues music this doesn’t happen because every chord is typically a dominant chord. The innate tension in these chords reflects the vivid longing and dissatisfaction found in the lyrical content of blues music.   Dominant chords are built off of a formula of Root + Major 3rd + Perfect 5th +Minor 7th. We recommend learning the barred dominant chord shape and applying that to the 12 Bar Blues because it can be ... Read More

Soloing Over Blues Changes

...explain some methods for practicing soloing over blues changes. Becoming Familiar with the Progression The first step in learning about soloing over blues changes is to become familiar with all the elements that make up the blues progression. First, analyze the progression in terms of music theory: analyze the form, harmony, etc. For the basic twelve-bar blues progression that we’re using, the form is twelve bars and can be broken down into three phrases that are four bars each (I will use a double bar line to denote this in my examples). The harmony, again in its simplest form, consists solely of I, ... Read More

Elements of a Song

...as long as you present it in a thoughtful, honest way. It’s a good idea not to rush the melody-writing process, so take your time, try out lots of ideas, and you’ll start to see what sticks and what doesn’t. Things like good phrasing and interesting syncopation can help make melodies more memorable elements of a song, and creating music that’s memorable should be the goal of any good songwriter. What good does a story do if the listener forgets it the minute it’s done being told? Melodies have the power to haunt, thrill, and seduce the listener.   Lyrics   There is ... Read More

Jazz Exercises for Saxophone: Intermediate Studies in 12 Keys

...problems was seeing each chord as its own entity. This is a problem for many reasons. It makes things more complicated than they have to be. Imagine reading a sentence and seeing each word as its own thing, not related to the word that comes before it or after it. This process would make reading very labor intensive and time consuming. It would essentially mean you have a great understanding of vocabulary while having virtually no understanding of syntax. This leads to making things sound unnatural. I’ll explain this more later in the article.   Jazz musicians often have a ... Read More
Heart of Gold Chords Arranged for Beginning Guitar (Neil Young)
Blues Guitar: Origins and Fundamentals of Playing
Soloing Over Blues Changes
Elements of a Song
Jazz Exercises for Saxophone: Intermediate Studies in 12 Keys

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