Uses the concept of a qvirtual camp we call Blue Mountain Banjo Camp (BMBC), run by an invented camp director ... situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains of the Appalachian Range, q--P. 8. Provides imaginative qinterviews, workshops, and campfire conversations with Bob Altschuler, Bobby Anderson, Bob Carlin, Janet Davis, Wayne Erbsen, John Herrmann, Geoff Hohwald, David Holt, Adam Hurt, Steve Kaufman, Bill Keith, Brad Leftwich, James McKinney, Alan Munde, Ken Perlman, Pete Seeger, Rich Stillman, Tony Trischka, Pete Wernick, Todd Wright, and more.q-- p.9.The key to finding chords and chord progressions anywhere on the neck is learning just a few simple rules. ... pieces) and understanding repeating patterns, moveable chords, and progressions will help boost you up to the next level of playing. ... about chords: ac Since there are 1 2 notes (A through G, plus sharps and flats), they repeat on the same string every 12 frets ... Major chords are made from the 1, 3, and 5 notes of a scale (for example, G major is G, B, and D notes; C major is C, anbsp;...
|Author||:||Zhenya Gene Senyak|
|Publisher||:||Sterling Publishing Company, Inc. - 2008|