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THE C CHORD
A chord is sounded when more than two stdngs are played at the Same time. To play your first chord,
C, use your 1st finger to press the 2nd shing at the 1st fret.
T don
iplay--]
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pla) "upen
Music has a steady beat, like the ticking of a clock. Count aloud as you strum.
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ARE YoU
strum
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STRUMMING?
strum
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C
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Are
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you strum-ming? Are you
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Iama gui-tar-ist. I ama
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strum-ming?
Yes,
I
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gui-tar-ist. Watch me jam.
RI]CORPORATION
TEACHER MELODY:
C
am.
Yes,
Watch
I
me
am.
jam.
THE G7 CHOBD
Use your 1st finger to press the 1st strirlg ai the 1st lret.
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Bar lines divide music into measures.
T--
A double bar line means the end.
T--Measure---_.----
Mcasure
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Double bar line
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Words and Music by
Hany Nilsson
G7
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thelime in thccoco-nul, drink'cmbolh
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TEACHEB MELODY:
G't
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is there
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nothin[
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up. Putthe lime in rhrco.'o nut.drink enl both up.
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can take?
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to
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relieve thisbelly ache?
CHANGING CHORDS
Practice strummint the C chord, and then move to G7.
G'7
C
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4 beats
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of silence
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G7
C
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2 beats
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of silence
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G7
C
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We
all live in a
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yellow submarine,
yellow submarine,
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all live in
a
yellow
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submarine,
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yellow submarine.
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TEACHER MELODY:
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yellow submarine
G1
C
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Words and Music by John Lennon
and Paul Mccartney
C
G1
C
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YELL0W SUBMABINE
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THE H0KEY
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P()KEY
Words and Music by Charles P Macak,
Tafft Baker and Larry LaPrise
C
ll'
You put your right foot
you put your
m,
right
out.
You
put your
G'7
dght
do
foot
m,
the Hokev
Pokey
and you
shake it
and you
tum
all
yourself
about.
arcund.
C
That's what
ir's
a -
all
/11
bout.
Repeat sign
(Play again ftom the beginning)
Additional Lyrics
Left foot
Right arm
Left arm
Whole self
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TEACHER MELOOY:
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Rehtu
THE E MINOR CHORD
Use your 2nd finger to press the 4th string at the 2nd fret.
X
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X
GET UP STAND
UP
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Words and Music by Bob Marley
and Peter Tosh
Em
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Getup,
standup.
l,z ,t
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Get up.
StanLl
stand up.
TEACHER MELODY:
up
for
.a
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your fight
z ,t ,/ ./ ./ ,/ z ,t z l:)l
Don
t
give
up
the fight.
BIGBY
ELEAN()R
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C
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l):t,t,z
Ah,all
look ar
Words and Music by John Lennon
and Paul Mccartney
Em
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the lonely
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people!
Em
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Rigby,
rice
church
l. Eleanor
picks up the
in the
where
a
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weddinghas been
Em
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livesin
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a
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dream.
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Waits at the window.
C
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wearing
Em
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who is it for?
C
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the face that she kee ps in a jar
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by the
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All
lonely people,
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door.
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the
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where
Em
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do they all
C
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come from?
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All
the
lonely
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Em
do
they all
coplrilhr 6
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where
THE NOTE
E
play chords. If you remember, a chord is sounded when more than two
strings are played to8ether. Now let's play some single notes.
So far, you have learned to
To
play the note E, pluck the 1st string open using a downward motion of the thumb or pick.
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x
x
X
o
#
oE
i
Play open
(don't finger)
Music is written on a staff of five lines and four spaces. Each line and space of a staff has a letter
name. A clef appears at the beginning of every staff. Guitar music is wdtten using the treble clef.
Lines
Treble
Spaces
-..._
Clet\
The open 1st string is the note E in the top space of the staff. Play each E note slowly and evenly,
using a downward motion of the thumb or pick.
MALAGUEfrA
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TEACHER ACCOMPANIMENT:
IHE NOTE F
Use your 1st finger to press the 1st string at the 1st fret.
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A time signature appears at the beginning of a piece of music. It tells how many beats are in each
measure and what kind of note gets one beat. In X ("four-four") time, there are four beats in each
measure and the qua{eI note gets one beat. A solid note with a stem (f) is called a quarter note.
TW() N0TEIUNE
Count:
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1
Time Signature
TEACHEN ACCOl'IPANIMENT:
HAMMER HEAD
TEACHER ACCOMPANIMENT:
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THE NOTE G
Use your 3rd finger to press the 1st string at the 3rd Iret.
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F
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A half note (f) hsts two beats. It is twice as long as a quarter note (f).
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Count:
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TEACHER ACCOMPANIMENT:
THE NOTE B
Now let's move to the 2nd stdng. To play the note B, pluck the 2nd string open.
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Play open
A whole note (o) lasts four beats. It is as long as four quarter notes or two half notes.
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Count: 1
2- 3-
TEACHEB ACCOMPANIMENT:
Moderale Shuff le
(r=i'l)
THE NOTE
C
Use your 1st finger to press the 2nd string at the 1st fret.
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F
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Rests are sounds of silence. The
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TEACHER ACCO!'PANIMENT:
C
qua
er note rest
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(l) means to be silent for
one beat.
THE NOTE D
Use your 3rd finger to prcss the 2nd
st
ng at
tle 3rd fret.
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The half note rest
(-)
means to be silent for two beats.
2
R0CK CLIMBING
TEACHER ACCOMPANIMENT:
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NOIE REVIEW
\bu hale learned six notes now: three on the 1st st ng and three on the 2nd string.
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The notes in the following exercises move from stdng to string. As you are playing one note, look
ahead to the next and get your fingers in position.
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Beethoven
Some songs begin
with pickup notes. Count the missing beats out loud before you start playing.
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(r2)
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and Gary Glitter
chord symbols
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THE G CHORD
Lse
lour
3rd finger to press the lst string at the 3rd fret.
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strum
Strum marks are sometimes written on the staff to help you keep track of where the strums are within
the measure.
ABC
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Words and Music by Alphonso Mizell,
Frederick Perren, Deke Richards and Beny Gody
o
1970
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THE D CHOHD
For the D chord, you will need to press three notes at the same time.
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LAND 0FATH0USAND DANCES
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All Rjshr
na, na,
na,
Words and Music by
Chris Kenner
na,
na,
na,
naJla,na,na.
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CHORD TO CHORD
You can now play five different chords. Let,s practice changing between two chords
at a time.
Go slow at first it's okay to pause between chords if you need to in the beginning.
D
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G7
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Em
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G
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THIS LAND IS Y()UB
This land is your
LAND
land.
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this Iand is
Words and Music bv
Woodv Guthrie
my
D
TRO-
oCotlighr
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(Reie*ed).
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Y()U ARE MY SUNSHINE
O"".,"",
Words and Music by
Jimmie Davis
You are my
su, -
shine
my on-ly
shine.
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you make me
C
hap
-
PY
.
.-...
_
when skies are
gIay.
You'll nev - er
-
C
G
dear,
'...
_ ._-
I
love
you.
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shine
a-
( plrirh
TEACHER MELODY:
way.
tunitrcLl
1 FtrhLR(
Please don't
-
G
take
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I
hare Played four downstrums Ior each measure Now let's strum twice for every beat,
Lrr eight times for each measure. Alternate between downstrums and upstrums.
S.r aar. r ou
down
up
down uP down uP
down
up
Tn' the new down-up strum with songs you learned earlier, and then try "Hound Dog."
HOUND
[)oG oIT'[,,-"
Words and Music by Jerry Leiber
and Mike Stoller
G
You ain't nothin' but a
dog-
hound
Well,
time.
the
you ain't
nev- er caught
C
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BH0WN EYED GIRL
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This famous song by van Morrison uses four chords. you
can strum with a, downstrokes or use the
new down-up pattern.
Words and Music by
Van Morrison
lntro
Verse
G
Hcy. \,here did
we
Hot
Days when the ratns came,
skipping and a - jumping.
laughing and r-running. hey. hey,
D
In
down in the hollow
the misry
morning lbg wirh
piayin'a new game,
heart's a-thumping, and
D
you,
my brown eyed girl.
G
You,
my
brown eyed
D
girl.
Do you remember when
we used to sins:
Chorus
G
G
la
la
Ia la
Ia la
la la la la
la la
la
la
la te da.
CG
Sha
la Ia Ia
cop];ghi
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THENOTESG&A
j : :.ad\ leamed how io play the note G on the 1st string. Another note G can be played by pJuck::: :re 3rd string open. To play the note A, press the 3rd string at the 2nd fret.
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Teacher plays chord
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AU CLAIR DE LA LUNE
Oh.,''-.
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L0VE ME TEN[)EB
Words and Music by Elvis Prcsley
and Vera Matson
Teacher plays chord symbols
CI
go.
G7
life
Am
C7
and
love
F
Fm
you
C
fill.
all
der,
A7
dar
C
D7
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I
G7
love
you,
and I
C
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THBEE.FOUR TIME
Some music has three beats per measure instead of four. The symbol for three-four time is:
Three beats per measure; quarter note (.] ) gets one beat.
BIRTHDAY SONG
O.,',,*-"
Teacher plays
chord symbols--+ C
G
F
C
C
G
C
THE
A
CHORD
Use r our 1st, 2nd, and 3rd fingers to press the 4th,3rd, and 2nd strin8s at the 2nd fret. Arch
:rqers
your
so the 1st string rings open.
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Words and Music by SylvesterAllen,
Harold R. Brown, Morris Dickerson, Jery Goldstein,
Leroy Jordan, Lee Oskaf Charles W. Miller and Howard Scott
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know the
Low
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drives
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Rid
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lnterlude
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Strum along with this famous Beach Boys song.
Words and Music hv
Chuck Beny
whole rest
If ev'-ry-bod-y
had an ocean,
ihen everybody'd be
like Cal-i - for
huarachi
surf
sandals
- in'
Ven-lur -
You'd see 'em wearin' their bag-
a
Australia\
A bushy, bushy blonde
U-S.A.
You'llcatch'em surfin' at
Santa
County
Narabine.
and down Dohenv
surfin
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MELODY:
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Bic lnc (BMr)
gone
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about the guitar to play either the notes or the chords for this final song!
I'M A BELIEVER
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Words and Music by
Neil Diamond
lntro
Verse
t)
G
G
ty
fair
Pre-Chorus
C
G
C
Thaas the
o
G
way
it
seemed.
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Chorus
G
Then
liev -
C
Now Im a
her
be
er!
G
G
C
of
G
I saw
G
doubt
in
my
C
C
G
mind.
C
G
I'm
be -
liev
erl
I
couldn't