Music theory can sometimes have a reputation for being a bit boring and difficult, but this can avoided by teaching it through games and activities that little ones enjoy. You can use the printable below to hold up and show how each note corresponds to an action.
The children can take it in turns to have a go on the tambourine, and you can call out the notes by name (Mummy Minim etc) and see if they can make the correct beat to match the notes. If you enjoyed this post, come and join us on Facebook, Pinterest and Google + or subscribe to our free bi-weekly newsletter for many more musical ideas! I have found Sheet Music Plus to be a fantastic resource for piano books & other materials. I thought it might be a nice idea to include a tiny sample of how this Blues Scale can be used once you get used to it. Learn how to play violin or how to fiddle the fast, fun and easy way with our learning method and songbook. The following rendition of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. The following rendition of Amazing Grace features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. Master violinist, fiddler & luthier Johnny Connagan shows you how to play Amazing Grace. The following rendition of Au Clair de la Lune features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. The following rendition of Marianne features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. The following rendition of Scarborough Fair features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. This version of Oh Susanna comes recommened as an introduction to learning how to play fiddle.
The following rendition of Oh Susanna features the Fretless Finger GuidesA® color coded violin tablature.
The following rendition of Cielito Lindo features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. The following rendition of Hava Naguila features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature.
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The following rendition of Irish Washer Woman features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. The following rendition of Brahms Lullaby features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. This version is the traditional Blues version and inspiration for the rendition that Eric Burdon and the Animals made famous in the sixties, (pay special attention to the first, third, fourth and fifth verses). The following rendition of House of the Rising Sun features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. This song is intended for a more advanced player who is comfortable with a piece like this, or working with a qualified instructor. The following rendition of Minuet in G features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. This song is presented by request and is a little more involved than most of the others posted on this page. The following rendition of San Francisco Bay Blues features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. We gladly present this traditional rendition of Lonesome Fiddle Blues for all the fiddle players out there that have requested some color coded fiddle music.
The following rendition of Sallys Got Mud Between Her Toes features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature.
The following rendition of Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. The following rendition of Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. The following rendition of "Tennessee Waltz" features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. The following rendition of "Fur Elise" features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. The following rendition of "Wabash Cannonball" features the Fretless Finger Guides® color coded violin tablature. Children will happily accept basic theory concepts by playing games which combine the lesson with having some fun! We have both an American version (with whole notes, half notes, quarter notes and eighth notes) and a European version (Semibreves, Minims, Crotchets and Quavers).
I understand the general stuff to do with music ,however i find it all quite tricky and remember the note names and how many beats is possibly the trickiest.


You".For the most direct, organized, and progressive path to learning to play the piano, start the Piano Skills Foundation series of piano lessons. Before you know it, those simple blues improvisations will be turning heads in the room! Generate Autopilot Cash 365 Days a Year! Written by Jesse Fuller, and first recorded by Fuller in the mid-1950s', this song has been around for a long time.
For a more detailed explanation of our color coded violin tablature visit our how to use it page. They love characters and giving things identities, so when teaching the note values (how many beats they are worth) I always introduce them as a family. Seriously, this scale has a certain "personality" all its own and, once you learn it and start feeling comfortable with it, you'll be bluesin' past your bedtime. The Blues Scale is so widely used in different genres, from the Blues itself to Rock to Jazz to Gospel. Play the C and then the Eb (using thumb followed by index finger). Now, let's play that again with some attitude! If you're wondering why the reference is mainly female, it is because the Rising Sun was a brothel as well as a gambling house. The song has been recorded by many famous musicians such as The Weavers, Richie Havens, Eric Clapton, The Flatlanders and Janice Joplin. Once they have rubbed the magic on their feet, they are really in the mood to stamp around like Daddy Semibreve, or march like Big Brother Crotchet. The common first verse is taken from a collection of German folk poems called Des Knaben Wunderhorn. When they have got the hang of each different note and the sound and action it makes, you can experiment with making them guess which one you are playing and trying to catch them out! It's quite a different thing when you get yourself into the act and start playing those blues lines yourself.
C Eb Eb C Got the idea?
Super! Wow, you've not only learned the blues scale, but you've also started playing part of it in a very interesting way, and your playing what's coming out of your mouth!



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