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Published by indigocommercial, 2019-04-17 04:10:08

EAZIPLAY GUITAR PART 2 - 2019

EAZIPLAY GUITAR PART 2 - 2019

Guitar

Instantly Play Guitar

Happy Birthday

Guitar

Guitar

Simple, fast and fun approach to learning guitar



Instantly Play Guitar

IINDEX 3 SONG LIST 5
➢ Introduction 4 ➢ Happy Birthday 6
➢ Review – Material Learned In Part One 5 ➢ Fur Elise 8
➢ Happy Birthday (Two Note Chords) 6 ➢ The Entertainer 16
➢ Fur Elise 8 ➢ Hush Little Baby 19
➢ The Entertainer 10 ➢ Romance d'Amour (Anonymous) 22
➢ Major Chords 16 ➢ For He’s A Jolly Good Fellow 25
➢ Hush Little Baby (Two Note Chords) 18 ➢ Jingle Bells 27
➢ What Is A Music Genre? 19 ➢ She’ll Be Coming Round The Mountain 32
➢ Romance d'Amour (Picking Technique) 22 ➢ There’s A Hole In My Bucket 34
➢ For He’s A Jolly Good Fellow (Chords c/w Lyrics) 24 ➢ Three Blind Mice 38
➢ Hearing Frequency Range Chart 25 ➢ Rock-A-Bye Baby
➢ Jingle Bells (Chords c/w Lyrics)
➢ She’ll Be Coming Round The Mountain (Chords c/w Lyrics) 27
➢ What are Notes, Chords, Scales, Arpeggios & Modes?
➢ Time Signatures 29
➢ There’s A Hole In My Bucket
➢ Three Blind Mice 31
➢ What is an Arpeggio?
➢ Rock-A-Bye Baby 32
➢ Major Arpeggios Compilation
➢ Teacher’s Practice Schedule 34
➢ Course Certificate
37

38

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42

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Eaziplay Guitar Series

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4

www.eaziplay.ie

Introduction

WELCOME to the exciting world of playing a guitar. This course will help you get the best out of your
guitar whether it be a Classical Guitar, Flamenco Guitar, Acoustic Guitar or Electric Guitar.

This complete self teaching programme will enable anyone to pick up a musical instrument and play it within a matter of weeks. Our
4 part series of books dedicated to each instrument, help guide the student through the most difficult parts of learning and playing a
musical instrument. Our ultimate goal is that everyone enjoys playing music, and with Eaziplay™ they will explore an alternative side to
playing a musical instrument. The journey will be fun, easy and extremely beneficial to a person’s intelligence, motor skills and self
confidence levels. This book is Part Two in the Eaziplay Series. Before commencing Part Two, it is advisable to complete Part One so as
you will have a better understanding of the topics covered in Part Two. By the end of this book you will be skillful in:

❑ Reading Sheet Music (All Black & White Notes)
❑ Playing Popular Songs (12 Songs)
❑ Playing All Major Chords
❑ Playing All Major Arpeggios
❑ Music Theory (Time Signatures)

Although written primarily as a ‘teach yourself’ system, The Eaziplay Series books have been taken up eagerly by teachers especially at
elementary and high school level. The course is equally beneficial to special needs centers and hospitals that deliver music therapy
programs to individuals.

If you are teaching yourself to play, two helpful features are available to budding musicians – stickers for your instrument (located at the
back of book) – which remind you of the reference for the musical notes and audio files of the songs which can be downloaded
from our website @ www.eaziplay.ie so you can play along. The audio files enable you to learn about playing in time to a metronome
which is a clever device that measures timing in music. Our website contains lots more songs to
play and registration is free. So let’s begin.

Good luck!

Eaziplay

3

Review – Material
Learned In Part One

First up let’s go over what we learned in Part One. On the next page you will find Happy Birthday. It’s the same version as the one in
the Part One book except it is to be played with two note chords. That’s how good you’ve got. ! So go to the next page and play

Happy Birthday!

Let’s learn a bit more about bars in music. What is a Bar? Bars (or measures) are segments of time defined by a given number of beats,
each of which are assigned a particular note value. Dividing music into bars with a vertical line provides regular reference points to pinpoint

locations within a piece of music. It also makes written music easier to follow, since each bar of
staff symbols can be read and played as a batch.

Without bars, musicians would be lost when playing a specific part of a piece of music. Typically, a piece consists of several bars of the
same length, and the number of beats in each bar is specified at the beginning of the score by the top number of a time signature (such as

3/4), while the bottom number indicates the note value of the beat. The following are various types of bar lines.

.. .. .. ..

Standard Double End Begin Repeat End Repeat Begin & End
Repeat

Did you know that according to the
1998 Guinness Book of World Records, "Happy Birthday

to You" was the most recognized song in the English
language, followed by "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow".

The song's base lyrics have been translated
into at least 18 languages!

4

Two note chords require is to play two notes at the B CD 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
same time where indicated. You either pluck the A 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51
notes from Happy Birthday with your Right Hand 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
Fingers or strike them with a guitar pick. To play 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
simply pluck the 44th note (1st Open String) with 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37
your guitar pick. Then pluck the 44th note (1st Open 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
String) again to play the next note. In the second
bar we are going to fret the 46th note with our Left
Hand Index Finger (D) and along with the 39th note
(2nd Open String) pluck the two notes together. Now
follow the sequence and ensure you use the correct
fingers to fret the notes.

Happy Birthday Fretboard Markers

Words & Music by M.J. Hill & P. S. Hill

1 D B CD D A D C

3 44 44 46 44 49 48 44 44 46 44 51 49 44 44
4 44 39 44
39
˅
˄˅ ˄˅ ˄ You ˄ ˅˄ ˅ ˄˅ ˄˅
Hap __py Birth____day To
Hap____py Birth___day To You Hap___py

5 DB B C CD CD A A CD D C DC
56 53 49 49 51 49
49 48 46 54 54 53
44 42 49 44

˄˅ ˄ ˅ ˄˅ ˄ ˅ ˄˅ ˄ ˄ = Down stroke with Pick
Birth____day Dear ___ ___ Hap__py Birth__day To You ˅ = Upstroke with Pick

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Next we will play the famous ‘Fur Elise’. Correct B CD 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
finger coordination to play the notes are indicated A 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51
with a letter (blue font). Where there is no letter it 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
means the note is played on an open string. To 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
play, simply play the 44th note on 1st open string, 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37
then with the Left Hand Ring Finger (B) fret the 43rd 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
note on the 2nd string. Then in the next bar play the
44th note on 1st open string, then fret the 43rd note
on 2nd string with Left Hand Ring Finger (B). Follow
the sequence and ensure you use the correct
fingers for every note where applicable.

Fur Elise Fretboard Markers

Music by Ludwig van Beethoven

1 44 B B CD D

3 43 44 44 39 C
8 43 39 42 40
39

37 37 36

32 D 32

C 28 C

B

5 D 44 B B CD D C
10 C39 40 39
40 C 44 44 37
6 32
43 43 39 42 40

37 37

32 32
C 28 D
C
B

B B CD CD DB
44
44 44 44 39 39 40 C
43 43 39 42 40 36 43

37 37 32

32 D 32

C 28 C

B

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15 B CD CD C DC
39 40 42
44 44 39 40 39 37
32
43 39 42 40

37 37

32
28 D
C BC

19 D BB D AD 44 C B
44 C40 42 40
44 45 44 42 C 39 C 44 56 43
32
42 32

35

33

24 B CD D
BB
44 44 39 C
44 44
43 43 43 39 42 40 39

37 37 36

32 32
28 D
C C
B

28 B B CD D C
D C39 40 39
C 44 44 44 37
32
40 43 43 39 42 40

37 37

32 C 28 32 D

B C

"Für Elise", is one of Ludwig
van Beethoven's most popular compositions. This

piece of music was not published until 1867, 40
years after the composer's death in 1827. The
discoverer of the piece, Ludwig Nohl, affirmed that

the original autographed manuscript,
now lost, was

dated 27 April 1810.

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Next we will play the famous ‘The Entertainer’. Correct

finger coordination to play the notes are indicated with a BCD 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
letter (blue font). Where there is no letter it means the 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51
note is played on an open string. To play, simply play A 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
the 54th note on 1st open string with the Left Hand Ring 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
Finger (B), next fret the 56th note on the 1st string with

the Left Hand Pinkie Finger (A), then fret the 52nd note,

then the 49th note with the Left Hand Index Finger (D).

Hold down this note until the next bar and then release

as indicated. Follow the sequence and ensure you use

the correct fingers for every note where applicable.

The Entertainer Fretboard Markers

Intro CD B 44 D C Music by Scott Joplin
1 BACD
49 51 47 42 40 39
2 54 56 52 49 37 37 35
2

5 B Main Theme D

30 32 47 40

C 28 25 25 27 25 23 30 31 32 32
B 24
C D C C
DA

10 D 40 DCB DC B D
D
40 40 42 43 44 44 44 40
40 40 42 39 42

32

C

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16 D DD D C D 44
40
40 40 40 40 37 35 37
32 34
30 31 32 32 D
C B
DC C 40
30 31 32
22 B DD
BD D C
42 40 40 40
44 C
42 40 32 32
37
CC

28 DCB DC BD DB DB

44 44 44 40 40 42 44 44
40 42
40 42 43 40 42 39 42

34 DB DBD DB B
DBD
44 44 44 44 44 44
44 40 42 40 42 40 40 42 39 42
40 42 40

39 Remember the ‘TIE’ symbol from the
D Part One Book for example, in bar 35, when you

40 play the 44th note let it ring until the
next bar and then silence it.

Timbre also known as tone color, or tone quality is the quality of a musical note, sound, or tone that distinguishes different types of sound
production, such as voices and musical instruments, for example, string instruments, wind instruments, and percussion instruments. In

simple terms, timbre is what makes a particular musical sound different from another, even when they have the same pitch and loudness.
For instance, it is the difference between a guitar and a piano playing the same note at the same loudness.

Experienced musicians are able to distinguish between different instruments of the same type based on their varied timbres, even if those
instruments are playing notes at the same pitch and loudness. The sound of a musical instrument may be described with words such as
bright, dark, warm, harsh, and other terms. The richness of a sound or note a musical instrument produces is sometimes described in terms

of a sum of a number of distinct frequencies.

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Major Chords

What is a Chord? Put simply ‘a chord is when any more than one note is played together simultaneously’. Chords along with Scales
allow us to 1) Learn about harmony, 2) Improve our motor skills and hand dexterity, 3) Gives us the tools to write our own songs! That’s

all you need to know about them at this moment in time. To get started do you remember the tree from earlier!!!!

Every chord has 12 types (or branches) because every chord C# D# F# G# A#
has 12 roots. Each chord is given a reference like Major Chord, CD E FGA B

Minor Chord, Major 7th Chord. So take for example within the
Major Chord there are 12 types for the Major Chords. These are:

C, D, E, F, G, A, B (using the White Keys) and C Sharp, D
Sharp, F Sharp, G Sharp, A Sharp i.e., C#, D#, F#, G#, A#
(using the Black Keys). So let’s see how chords are indicated for
guitar. With chords, notes are played at the same time together.

Chords In the image below you can see how each horizontal line represents each string on the guitar, while
each vertical line represents a fret on the guitar. From this we can form a chord diagram for any chord

we wish to play. With this chord diagram we can a) see which string needs to be plucked,
b) see which note needs to be depressed and c) which finger to use when fretting the fretboard.

High String

C# D# F# G# A# Low String
C DE F G A B
1st String
A BCD 2nd String
3rd String
10 4th String
5th String
6th String

High String

Low String High String
Low String
1st String
2nd String
3rd String
4th String
5th String
6th String

Fretboard Markers

BC D gh i So from the Chord Diagram above we now know
A how each string is referenced. Next we take a look
j at Hand Coordination. The fingers are assigned a

Ef Capital Letter A, B, C, D, E for the Left Hand

(specific color for each finger) and Lowercase

Letters f, g, h, i, j for the Right Hand. With this

information we can form a complete Chord Diagram
chart to indicate any chord we wish to.

11

G Major Chord 23 27 30 35 42 47

Eaziplay High String High String 47 Eaziplay
Chord Chart Low String 42 Chord Chart
Version 1.0 Ø 35 Version 2.0
Ø 30 Ø
Ø
Low String 27

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Let’s take a look at how the G Major Chord would be represented in our new Chord Diagram Chart!

1st String High String
2nd String
3rd String 1st 2nd
4th String
5th String Low String
6th String

To begin each finger on your left hand is assigned a letter. The BC D High String 47
Left hand is A, B, C, D, E. We will only use LEFT HAND fingers 42
here. So take note of the finger and the note that is played A 35
when playing the chord above. 30 Ø
Ø
▪ Fret 23rd note on 6th string Left Hand Middle Finger (C). Low String 27
▪ Fret 27th note on 5th string – Left Hand Index Finger (D). 23
▪ Open string 30th note on 4th string (Ø).
▪ Open string 35th note on 3rd string (Ø). E
▪ Fret 42nd note on 2nd string Left Hand Ring Finger (B).
▪ Fret 47th note on 1st string Left Hand Pinkie Finger (A). As you can see from our brand new Chord
Chart Version 2.0 a picture tells a thousand
Ø = This symbol indicates an open string on the guitar.
words! Everything we need to know is
All six notes are played together. We call this a G Major Chord! included in the chart. 1) What Strings To Play
See how you get on playing all 12 types in the next pages. 2) What frets/notes to play 3) What Fingers To

12 Use To Fret the Notes on the Guitar and
4) A Visual Image of the Chord.

High String 44 40 Ø
35
C Major Ø
32
28
Low String 23

Chords High String 45

C# D# F# G# A# 41
C DE F G A B
C# Major 36
BC D
A 33

E X

Low String X

D Major High String 46
42
30
25 37
Low String Ø
Ø
X

High String 47

43

D# Major 38

35

X

Low String X

13

High String 44 Ø
39 Ø

E Major 36 Ø

32
27

Low String 20

Chords High String 45

C# D# F# G# A# 40
C DE F G A B
F Major 37
BC D
A 33

E 28

14 Low String X

High String 46

41

F# Major 38

34

29

Low String X

G Major High String 47
42
35
30 Ø
Ø
Low String 27
23

High String 48

43

G# Major 40

36

31

Low String X

Chords A Major High String 44 Ø
41
C# D# F# G# A# 25
C DE F G A B Low String 37
32
BC D
A Ø
X
E
High String 45

A# Major 42

Low String 38
33

X
X

High String 46

B Major 43
39
Low String 34

X
X

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In ‘Hush Little Baby’ we are going to play two note chords B CD 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
i.e., playing two strings together to form a chord. To play A 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51
simply fret the 43rd note on the 2nd string with your Left 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
Hand Index Finger (D) and pluck the string. Moving onto the 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
second bar we pluck the 43rd note again on beat one. Then 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37
we fret the 52nd note on the 1st string with our Left Hand 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
Index Finger (D) and the 48th note on the 2nd string with
your Left Hand Middle Finger (C). Now pluck the two strings
together for beat two. Follow the sequence and make sure
you play the correct notes upon the correct strings with the
correct fingers. Take your time and go slow.

Hush Little Baby Fretboard Markers
Words & Music by Traditional
1 23 4

1 DD B DD D
52 52 53 52 50 50 50
4 48 47 47 47 43
4 43 43 48 48 48
C C CC

Hush lit_______tle ba_______by don’t say a word, Ma___

4 D B DC D D D B DD D

D 50 50 50 50 52 50 48 48 43 52 52 53 52 50 50 50 43
48 47 47 47
43 47 47 47 47 47 47 43 43 And 43 48 48 48 Ma ____
C C CD CC CC

______ma’s going to buy you a mock__ ing bird. if that mock__ing bird don't si_____ng,

8 D B DC D D D B DD D
50 48 52 50 50 50
D 50 50 50 50 52 48 52 52 53 43

C C43 47 47 47 47 47 47 43 43 43 43 48 48 48 48 47 47 47

CD C C CC

____ ma’s going to buy you a dia___mond ring. And if that dia___mond ring turns to brass, Ma____

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12 D D B DC D D D B DD D
52 50
50 50 50 50 52 50 48 48 52 52 53 47 50 50 43

43 47 47 47 47 47 47 43 43 43 43 48 48 48 48 C 47 47 Ma__
C C CD
C C C

__ma’s going to buy you a loo___king glass. And if that loo___king glass gets bro___ke,

16 D 50 50 B D C 48
D 47 47 43
50 50 52 50 48
43 47 47 47 47 43

C C C D

______ma’s going to buy you a bil____________ly goat.

WHAT IS THE EAZIPLAY PULSE STRIP? The Eaziplay Pulse Strip is used to aid you when playing songs. It specifically

represents the timing of each beat within each bar, thus visually showing you when to play and release notes on the guitar. There are
two aspects to the aid 1) The Strip is a BLUE HORIZONTAL LINE support, 2) Each beat is indicated with a GREEN DOT upon that line.

Beat One Beat Two Beat Three Beat Four

Blue horizontal line supports In the example shown of ‘Hush Little Baby’ there are four green
the green dots that indicate beats dots above bar one and another four green dots above bar two.

in a bar of music. On the third beat of bar one fret the 43rd note with the Left Hand Index
Finger (D) and pluck the string.

Then pluck the 43rd note again in the first beat of the second bar.

On the second beat you fret the 52nd note on the 1st string with the Left
Hand Index Finger (D) and the 48th note on the 2nd string with the Left

Hand Middle Finger (C). Now pluck these two strings together with
any two fingers of the Right Hand.

On the third beat pluck the same two notes again.

On the fourth beat fret the 53rd note on the 1st string with the Left Hand

Ring Finger (B) and 48th note on the 2nd string with the Left Hand

Middle Finger (C). Pluck these two strings together with any two

fingers of the Right Hand. 17

What is a Music Genre?

A music genre is a category that identifies pieces of music as belonging to a certain type or style. There are hundreds of sub categories

but the following are the 12-14 Main Genres: Blues, Classical, Country, Electronic, Folk & Traditional, Jazz, Metal, Popular Music, Hip-

Hop/RnB/Rap, Rock, Reggae and World Music. We can also include Religious Music & Soundtracks/TV Themes/Musicals as two bonus
music genres. Let’s check out how each genre evolved from their earliest recordings and the best way to do that is by listening!!!

BLUES CLASSICAL COUNTRY ELECTRONIC

Music Artists like BB King, Music Artists like Mozart, Music Artists like Hank Music Artists like Above &
Eric Clapton, Leadbelly Beethoven, Sarah Brightman. Williams, Garth Brooks. Beyond, Chicane.

FOLK & TRADITIONAL JAZZ METAL POPULAR MUSIC (POP)

Music Artists like Christy Music Artists like Louis Music Artists like Metallica, Music Artists like Imagine
Moore, Clannad. Armstrong, Frank Sinatra. Iron Maiden. Dragons, Michael Jackson.

RnB/HIP-HOP/RAP ROCK REGGAE WORLD MUSIC

Music Artists like Eminem, Music Artists like Bon Jovi, Music Artists like Bob Music Artists like Ofra Haza,
18 Beyonce, LL Cool J. U2, Fall Out Boy. Marley, UB40, Aswad. Sonu Nigam, Enya.

We are now going to learn how to perform the ‘picking

technique’ on the guitar. You will use your Left Hand B CD 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
fingers A, B, C, D to fret the notes on the fretboard A 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51
and your Right Hand Middle Finger (h), Index Finger 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
(f) and Thumb (g) to pluck the strings. The following 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
stroke pattern applies to the entire song i.e., upstroke
V, upstroke V, down stroke Ʌ. To play fret the 51st

note on the 1st string and pluck the string, then pluck

the 39th note on the 2nd open string, then pluck the

35th note on the 3rd open string. Follow the sequence

and ensure correct fingerpicking pattern.

Romance d'Amour Fretboard Markers

1D D D Music by Anonymous

DDD

3 51 51 51 51 49 47
39 39 39 39 39 39
35 35 35 35 35 35

4

hg f hg f hg f˅ hg f hg f hg f
˅˅

3D D D D DD

47 46 44 44 47 51
39 39 39 39 39 39
35 35 35 35 35 35

hg f hg f hg f h g f h gf h gf

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5D D D DDD

56 56 56 56 54 52
39 39 39 39 39 39
35 35 35 35 35 35

hg f hg f hg f hg f hg f hg f

7 DCBDC BBDC B DCDC B DC B

52 51 51 52
44
44 49 49 44 40
40 44 44 44 40
40 hgf
40 40

hg f hg f hg f hg f h gf

9 D DC BD CD DC A DCBDCDDC

51 52 51 55 52 51
46 46 46 46 46 46
43 43 43 43 43 43

hg f hg f hgf hg f hgf hgf

20

11 D D D DD

51 49 47 47 46 44
39 39 39 39 39 39
35 35 35 35 35 35

hg f hg f hg f hg f hg f hg f

B CB CB C B CA CB C
13
46 47 46
46 46 46 39 39 39
39 39 39 37 37 37

37 37 37

h gf hgf h gf h gf h gf h gf

15 44
39
44 44 44
39 39 39 35
35 35 35
32 B
hg f hg f h g f C 27

20

g

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In this section we will begin to use our knowledge of chords to play and sing along to some songs. Have you ever seen someone playing a guitar
and while playing they sing along to the song? This is called ‘accompaniment’. It can come in two forms 1) ‘Instrumental Performance’ or 2)
‘Singing Performance’. Instrumental performance is where the musician plays their instrument without singing and singing performance obviously
contains some sort of singing. The person will sing the melody of a song while playing chords which enhance their performance.

There are three stages in this process 1) Learn the Chords for the Song 2) Learn To Sing The Lyrics of the Song 3) Play The Chords Along
to the Song. 90% of popular songs contain between 4 & 8 chords of which repeat throughout the song. The first song we will learn chords to is,
‘For He’s A Jolly Good Fellow’. Take note of the Eaziplay Pulse Strip which is a beat guide to when to play each chord.

To play, simply learn the following three chords, C, G and F Major Chords. For example with C Major play the 44th note on the 1st open string, fret the
40th note with the Left Hand Index Finger, the 35th note on the 3rd open string and fret the 32nd note on the 4th string with the Left Hand Middle Finger.
Play the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th strings while holding down the indicated notes on the fretboard. Do not play the 5th or 6th string as they are indicated with

an X. Once learned play all three chords while you say or sing the lyrics!

For He’s A Jolly Good Fellow

High String 44 Ø High String 47 High String 45
42
40 Ø 40
Ø
C Chord 35 X G Chord 35 Ø F Chord 37
X 30
32 X 33
X
X
Low String Low String Low String X

Beat Beat Beat Beat Music by Anonymous
One Two Three Four

C GG C

For he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow

C FG C

For he's a jolly good fellow, and so say all of us

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G CG C

And so say all of us, and so say all of us

C GG C

For he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow

C FG C

For he's a jolly good fellow, and so say all of us

Music Genres describe the category a piece of music or song falls into. The 1st Category we will introduce is Blues Music
Style/Genre. Blues originated in the African-American communities in the "Deep South" of the United States around the end of
the 19th century. The genre developed from roots in traditional African music, combined with European American folk music.

Blues incorporated spirituals, work songs, field hollers, shouts, and chants, and rhymed simple narrative ballads. The blues
form, ever-present in jazz, rhythm and blues and rock and roll, is characterized by the call-and-response pattern, the blues
scale and specific chord progressions, of which the twelve-bar blues is the most common. The blue notes which are often thirds
or fifths are flatter in pitch than in other music styles. They are also an important part of the sound. Blues shuffles or walking
bass reinforce the trance-like rhythm and form a repetitive effect called a groove. Though the use of the phrase in African-

American music may be older, it has been attested to in print since 1912, when Hart Wand's "Dallas Blues"
became the first copyrighted blues composition.

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Hearing Frequency
Range Chart

Hearing Frequency Range of Mammals, Animals & Humans
Take a look at the hearing ranges of various species on earth. Also you can see the lowest note and highest notes / pitches / frequency sang by

human beings! This gives you an idea how important hearing is for us all whether you are an animal, mammal or human being. Animals have
specialized hearing ranges that have evolved so as they avoid hearing ranges of their prey. Synthesizers are electronic devices that
use a variety of means to artificially create sound waves. They can oscillate sounds at any frequency range.

Grand Piano: 27.5Hz – 4,186Hz Highest Human Female (G10) Dolphins: 1Hz – 160,000Hz
Mice: 1,000 Hz – 91,000 Hz Note @ 25,087.712 Hz
Georgia Brown (Brazil)

Lowest Human Male Humans: 20Hz – 20,000Hz
Note @ 0.189 Hz
(Tim Storms (USA)

0Hz 10Hz 20Hz 20,000Hz 40,000Hz 160,000Hz

InfraSound Frequency Range Human Auditory Frequency Range UltraSound Frequency Range

300,000Hz

Elephants: 1Hz – 12,000Hz Dogs: 60Hz – 45,000Hz

Cats: 45Hz – 64,000 Hz Greater Wax Moth: up to 300,000Hz

Bats: 1,100Hz – 100,000Hz

Korg Oasys Synthesizers: 0hz – 300,000Hz+

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To play, learn the five chords from the song i.e., G, C, Am (the small ‘m’ refers to what is called ‘Minor’ so the chord is called A Minor),
D7 (refers to a seventh chord so the chord is called D7) and finally the A chord. As you begin to sing the following song, play the correct
chords above the words of the song. Play each chord once only.

Jingle Bells Music by James Pierpont

G Chord X X 30 35 42 47 C Chord X X 32 35 40 44 Am Chord X 25 32 37 40 44

High String 47 High String 44 40 Ø High String 44 Ø
42 35 40
35 Ø 37 Ø
30 Ø 32 25 32 X
Ø X Low String
Low String Low String X
X

X

D7 Chord X 25 30 37 40 46 A Chord X 25 32 37 41 44

High String 46 High String 44 Ø
37 41
40 25
3 Low String 37
30 Ø 32
25 Ø
Low String X Ø
X
12 4

B CD GC
A
Dashing through the snow, in a one-horse open sleigh,

Am D7 G

O'er the fields we go, laughing all the way.

GC

Bells on bob-tails ring, making spirits bright,

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Am D7 D7 G D7

What fun it is to ride and sing a sleighing song tonight...Oh!

GG

Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way!

CG A D7

O what fun it is to ride, in a one-horse open sleigh, hey!

GG

Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way!

CG D7 G

O what fun it is to ride, in a one-horse open sleigh.

Music Genres describe the category a piece of music or song falls into. The 2nd Category we will introduce is Classical Music
Style/Genre. Classical music is produced or rooted in the traditions of Western music, including both liturgical (religious) and
secular music. The major time divisions of classical music are as follows: the early music period, which includes the Medieval
(500–1400) and the Renaissance (1400–1600) eras, the Common practice period, which includes the Baroque (1600–1750),

Classical (1750–1820), and Romantic eras (1804–1910), and the 20th century (1901–2000) which includes the modern
(1890–1930) that overlaps from the late 19th-century, the high modern (mid 20th-century), and contemporary or
postmodern (1975–2015) eras.

Performers who have studied classical music extensively are said to be "classically trained". This training may be from private
lessons from instrument or voice teachers or from completion of a formal program offered by a conservatory, College or University,
such as a B.Mus. or M.Mus. degree (which includes individual lessons from professors). In classical music, "extensive formal music

education and training, often to postgraduate [Master's degree] level" is required.

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As you sing the following song, play the correct chords above the words of the song. Play each chord B CD
once only and only start singing on Beat Four of the 1st Bar. To play the G Chord you play the 47th note A

on the 1st string, 42nd note on the 2nd string, the 3rd open string and 4th open string together. Strum all four

strings in a downward motion with your pick or your fingers. To play C Chord play the 1st open string, fret

the 40th note on the 2nd string, the 3rd open string and fret the 32nd note on the 4th string. Strum all four

strings in downward motion as before. To play the D7 Chord fret the 46th note on the 1st string, the 40th

note on the 2nd string, the 37th note on the 3rd string, play the 4th open string and the 5th open string

altogether.

She’ll Be Coming Around The Mountain

Music by Anonymous

G Chord X X 30 35 42 47 C Chord X X 32 35 40 44 D7 Chord X 25 30 37 40 46

High String 47 High String 44 Ø High String 46
42 35 37
35 40 Ø 40
30 Ø
Ø 32 X 30 Ø
Low String X 25
X Low String Low String Ø
X
X

1234

GG

She'll be comin' round the mountain when she comes, She’ll be

G D7

comin' round the mountain when she comes, She’ll be

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comin' round the mountain, She'll be comin' round the mountain, She’ll be

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G D7 G

comin' round the mountain when she comes, She’ll be

GG

drivin’ six white horses when she comes, She’ll be

G D7

drivin’ six white horses when she comes, She’ll be

GC

drivin’ six white horses, She'll be drivin’ six white horses, She’ll be

G D7 G

drivin’ six white horses when she comes

Music Genres describe the category a piece of music or song falls into. The 3rd Category we will introduce is Country Music Style/Genre.
Country music is a genre of American popular music that originated in the Southern United States in the 1920s. It takes its roots from the
southeastern genre of American folk music and Western music. Blues modes have been used extensively throughout its recorded history.

Country music often consists of ballads and dance tunes with generally simple forms and harmonies accompanied by mostly string
instruments such as banjos, electric and acoustic guitars, dobro and fiddles as well as harmonicas. The term country music gained
popularity in the 1940s in preference to the earlier term hillbilly music. It came to encompass Western music, which evolved parallel to

hillbilly music from similar roots in the mid-20th century.

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What are Notes, Chords,
Scales, Arpeggios & Modes?

The five main elements that make up music are Notes, Chords, Scales, Arpeggios & Modes all of which fall under what is called
‘SOUND’. Sound is basically a vibration (soundwave) in air or water with its ‘perception’ (awareness) measured in Hertz (Hz) and its
pressure level measured in decibels (dB).

You may not think sound is powerful but ‘sound’ happens to be one if not the most powerful properties on earth! It has the power to
make us happy, sad, give us headaches, make us stressful and can even make us very ill. It can shatter glass, it can knock the largest
buildings and bridges on earth as well as cause extreme catastrophe through earthquakes and tsunami’s which occur in various parts of
the world. The most extreme example of the power of sound is tsunami’s.

Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami of 2004

The day after Christmas Day in 2004 seen one of the most horrific examples in
earth’s history of the power of sound. The Indian Ocean earthquake occurred on

26th December 2004 with the epicenter off the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia.
The vibrational shock had a magnitude of 9.1–9.3. The undersea megathrust

earthquake was caused when the Indian Plate was sub ducted by the Burma Plate
and triggered a series of devastating tsunami’s along the coasts of most

landmasses bordering the Indian Ocean, killing 230,000 people in 14 countries, and

inundating coastal communities with waves up to 30 meters (100 ft.) high.

It was one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history. Indonesia was the Soundwave (High Pitch)
hardest-hit country, followed by Sri Lanka, India, and Thailand. The energy released
was equivalent to 26 megatons of TNT and equivalent to over 1500 times the
energy of the Hiroshima atomic bomb released during the Second World War.

Soundwave (Louder)

Soundwave (Low Pitch)

Soundwave (Quieter)

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What is a Note?
In simple terms a ‘NOTE’ is a musical pitch / soundwave that resonates (vibrates) at a certain frequency and this frequency is measured
in Hertz (Hz). The piano contains 88 notes of which each vibrate at a certain frequency. The foundation for the tuning of the piano is the
49th key (indicated with the red dot below) on the piano which vibrates @ 440Hz. This 440Hz is called ‘concert pitch’ and all musical
instruments are tuned to this frequency.

What is a Chord?
In simple terms a ‘CHORD’ occurs when you play any more than one note together at the same time. There are tens of thousands of
chords in music and they are given references like Major Chords, Minor Chords etc. Each chord has specific notes played together and
they can create various types of moods in music.

What is a Scale?
In simple terms a ‘SCALE’ is a sequence of notes that are in harmony with one of the twelve roots of music i.e., C, D, E, F, G, A, B
(white notes) and C#, D#, F#, G#, A# (black notes). There are tens of thousands of scales in music and they are given references like
Major Scales, Minor Scales etc. They help us develop a perception of melody which leads to the ability to create our own
melodies/songs.

What is an Arpeggio?
In simple terms an ‘ARPEGGIO’ are notes from a broken chord i.e., the notes that form a specific chord are ‘broken up’ and played one
at a time either forward or backward in motion on the instrument. If there are tens of thousands of chords, that means there are tens of
thousands of arpeggios. In the example below the three notes used to form the C Major Chord are ‘broken up’ and played from the
lower end of piano to the higher end.

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What is a Mode?
In simple terms a ‘MODE’ is a sequence of notes that have a melodic foundation of which are in harmony with one of the twelve roots of

music i.e., C, D, E, F, G, A, B (white notes) and C#, D#, F#, G#, A# (black notes). They differ from scales in one main characteristic i.e.,

scales do not contain the building blocks of melody, but modes do contain the building blocks of melody.

C Phrygian Mode II

Time Signatures

Time Signatures are used to specify how many beats are in each bar. The C indicates common time i.e., 4/4 time signature. There are
various types of time signatures, depending on whether the music follows simple rhythms or involves unusual shifting tempos, including:

➢ Simple (such as 3/4 or 4/4),

➢ Compound (e.g., 9/8 or 12/8),

➢ Complex (e.g., 5/4 or 7/8),

➢ Mixed (e.g., 5/8 & 3/8 or 6/8 or 3/4),

➢ Additive (e.g., 3+2+3/8),

➢ Fractional (e.g., 2½/4), and

➢ Irrational meters (e.g., 3/10 or 5/24). 4
4
Time signatures consist of two numerals, one stacked above the other:

The upper numeral indicates how many beats in a bar
The lower numeral indicates the note value that represents one beat

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Next up is ‘There’s A Hole In The Bucket’! To play B CD 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
simply fret the 45th note on the 1st string with your A 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51
Left Hand Index Finger and pluck the string. Then 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
fret the 47th note on the 1st string with the Left Hand 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
Middle Finger (C) and pluck the string. In the next 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37
bar you fret the 49th note on the 1st string with the 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
Left Hand Pinkie Finger (A) and pluck the string.
Follow the sequence and make sure you fret the
correct notes with the correct fingers and on the
correct strings.

There’s A Hole in The Bucket Fretboard Markers

Words & Music by Odetta & H. Belafonte

1 DC ADD BDD BDD BD C
45 45 45
3 45 47 49 45 42 40 42 40 42 47
4 40

6 ADD There’s a hole in the buck___et, Dear Li____ za, dear Li_____za a
49 45
40 BDD BD 44 D D C AD DB DD
45 45
42 40 42 45 45 47 49 45 40 42 45
40

hole in the buck___et, Dear Li____za, a hole. Well then fix it Dear Hen____ry, Dear

12 B D D BDC ADD BDD BD D DC
45 45 47 45 45 44
42 40 42 49 45 42 40 42 45 45 47
40

Hen____ry Dear Hen____ry. Then fix it Dear Hen____ry dear Hen_____ry fix it. Wi___th

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18 A D D BDD BDD BDC ADD BDD
49 45 45 45 45 47 45
40 42 40 42 40 42 49 45 42 40
40

what shall I fix it? Dear Li_____za, dear Li_____za with what shall I fix it, Dear

24 D 44 D
B
45 45
42

Li____________________za with what?

Music Genres describe the category a piece of music or song falls into. The 4th Category we will introduce is Electronic Music
Style/Genre. Electronic music is music that employs electronic musical instruments and electronic music technology in its

production, and an electronic musician, being a musician who composes and/or performs such music. In general a distinction
can be made between sound produced using electromechanical means and that produced using electronic technology.

Examples of electromechanical sound producing devices include the Hammond organ, and the electric guitar. Purely electronic
sound production can be achieved using devices such as the sound synthesizer, and computer. The first electronic devices for

performing music were developed at the end of the 19th century, and shortly afterward Italian Futurists explored sounds that
had previously not been considered musical. During the 1920s and 1930s, electronic instruments were introduced and the first

compositions for electronic instruments were composed.

Music Genres describe the category a piece of music or song falls into. The 5th Category we will introduce is Folk / Traditional Music
Style/Genre. Folk music includes both traditional music and the genre that evolved from it during the 20th century folk revival. The term
originated in the 19th century but is often applied to music that is older than that. Traditional folk music has been defined in several ways:

as music transmitted orally, or as music with unknown composers. It has been contrasted with commercial and classical styles. One
meaning often given is that of old songs, with no known composers, another is music that has been transmitted and evolved by a

process of oral transmission or performed by custom over a long period of time. Traditional folk music also includes most indigenous
music i.e., Music of Africa, especially non-European, Asian or Arab-derived traditions; Maori music of New Zealand, Music of the
Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders of Australia; Music of the indigenous peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean, Native
American music of the United States and Inuit, Métis and First Nation music of Canada.

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The next song is ‘Three Blind Mice’. Correct finger B CD 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
coordination to play the notes are indicated with a A 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51
letter (blue font). Where there is no letter it means 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
the note is played on an open string. To play, simply 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
fret the 37th note on the 3rd open string with the Left 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37
Hand Middle Finger (C) and pluck the note. Then 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
pluck the 35th note 3rd open string. Follow the
sequence and ensure you use the correct fingers
for every note where applicable.

Fretboard Markers

Three Blind Mice

12 3 Words & Music by Thomas Ravenscroft

15 35 C 35 D BB C
C
37 blind 40 38 38 37
3 37
8 33 33 Three 33 33 See

Three blind B B how they run___

mice__________ mice__________

12 DB D DD B DD D D

C 45 45 44 44 45 45 45

40 40 42 40 40 40

37 38 38 37 37

_________ See how they run________ They all ran af____ter the far___mer’s wife, Who cut off

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22 DD D D B DD B C
B
45 40 40 45 45 44 44 45 40 37
44 44 40 42 38
40
42

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their tails with a car____ving knife, Did you ever see such a sight in your life as three blind

31 DB

C C 40 C

37 35 37 35 38 38 37 37

33 33 33 33 33 33

BBB

mice_________ Three blind mice_______ Three blind mice_______ See how they run________

45 B C D D B DD D
D
38 38 37 40 45 45 44 44 45 45 45
40 37 42 40
40 40

See how they run_______ They all ran af____ter the far___mer’s wife Who cut off

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54 DD D B DD B C
B
45 45 45 44 44 45 40 37
44 44 40 38
42 40 40 42 40

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their tails with a carving knife. Did you ever see such a sight in your life. As three blind

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B

mice_________________________________________________________________

Sound is a
measure of a
vibration or pitch
that resonates at a
certain frequency. It
is measured in
Hertz (Hz). The
human hearing
range is between

20Hz and
20,000Hz. To the
left is a chart on the
various frequencies

of musical
instruments. See

how all the
instruments fit
within the range of
the piano. That’s
because the piano
is the king of the
instruments just like
the lion is the king
of the jungle!

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Arpeggios

What is an Arpeggio? Put simply ‘an arpeggio is a broken chord i.e., notes from any chord are played one note at a time. Arpeggios are great for
showing off how good you know the musical notes of the guitar. ‘Yngwie Malmsteen’ are renowned instrumental guitarist who blends classical music
and rock music plays many arpeggios in his songs to show off his skill. They are used a lot in very advanced classical pieces called ‘concertos’.

When you play them you will look COOL and everyone will be astonished when you perform them. Arpeggios may look hard

when you see them being played but they are actually quite easy to play once you understand how the guitar is set up.

Arpeggios As well as making you look cool they can help strengthen your wrists and fingers. When practicing arpeggios make sure that

1 you do not strain your wrists or fingers.

4 Because the piano is the foundation instrument for
4
music it is very important that a guitarist knows the

proximity of all the notes of their guitar. This

makes it easier to not only play music but also
write and compose melody and songs. Let’s take

a look at the C Major Arpeggio. It contains the

following notes: 28th note, 32nd note, 35th note, 40th

note, 35th note, 32nd note and 28th note.

CB

D

B C 35 40 35
32 32
28
28

hg f
˅˅
˅
˅
fg hi
˅ ˅˅

As before the Left Hand Fingers are identified by the Uppercase Letters A, B, C, D, E (blue font) and the Right Hand plucking fingers are identified

by the Lowercase Letters f, g, h, i, j (red font). To play this first C Major Arpeggio we are going to form a shape that enables us to play a C Major
Chord and then we are going to ‘break up’ all the notes by playing them one note at a time slowly and gradually build up speed in the process:

▪ Fret the 28th note on the 5th string with the Left Hand Ring Finger (B) and pluck (down stroke) with the Right Hand Thumb (f),
▪ Fret the 32nd note on the 4th string with the Left Hand Ring Finger (C) and pluck (upstroke) with the Right Hand Index Finger (g),
▪ Pluck the 35th note (3rd open string) (upstroke) with the Right Hand Middle Finger (h),
▪ Fret the 40th note on the 2nd string with the Left Hand Index Finger (D) and pluck (upstroke) with the Right Hand Ring Finger (i)
▪ Pluck the 35th note (3rd open string) (upstroke) with the Right Hand Middle Finger (h),
▪ Fret the 32nd note on the 4th string with the Left Hand Ring Finger (C) and pluck (upstroke) with the Right Hand Index Finger (g),
▪ Fret the 28th note on the 5th string with the Left Hand Ring Finger (B) and pluck (down stroke) with the Right Hand Thumb (f),

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The next song we are going to play is Rock-A-Bye Baby. B CD 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
In this song we are going to fret the notes with our Left A 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51
Hand Fingers (indicated in blue font) and pluck the 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
notes with our Right Hand Fingers. To begin you are 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
going to fret the 37th note on the 3rd string with your Left 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37
Hand Middle Finger (C) and fret the 33rd note on the 4th 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
string with your Left Hand Ring Finger (B). With your
Right Hand choose any two fingers to pluck these two
notes i.e., 3rd and 4th string together. Next you fret the
40th note on the 2nd string with the Left Hand Index
Finger (D) and pluck the note with a Right Hand Finger.
Follow the sequence until the end.

Rock-A-Bye Baby Fretboard Markers

Words & Music by John Newbery

1 DA D DD DA
45 50
3C 47 45 D C 40 44 D
37 40
40 42

37 38

4 33 33 28
B
B C

Rock______a____bye ba_______by on the tree_____top, when the wind

6B CD DB D DA D D DD
47 45
49 47 47 45 40 C 40 45 40 C 40
37 37
44 42 33 33
B B B

blows, the cra_____dle will rock. When the bough breaks the cra_______dle will

12 44 D D A B C D C D
44
38 28 38 50 49 47 47 45

C down 42 44 42 all.
B
fall,
will come ba_____________by, cra______dle and

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B CD Arpeggios are a wonderful way of getting to know the guitar. Just like ‘Scales’ & ‘Chords’, ‘every Arpeggio has 12
A types (or branches) because every arpeggio has 12 roots. Each arpeggio is given a reference like Major Arpeggio,
Minor Arpeggio, Major 7th Arpeggio. So take for example within the Major Arpeggio there are 12 types for the Major
Arpeggios. These are, C, D, E, F, G, A, B (using the White Notes) and C Sharp, D Sharp, F Sharp, G Sharp, A
Sharp i.e., C#, D#, F#, G#, A# (using the Black Notes). The following is a compilation of all the Major Arpeggios.

Major Arpeggios Compilation

C Major Arpeggio Music & Arrangement by Eaziplay

28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 C# Major Arpeggio

28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

C

1 DB D C
D
4 C 40 AB 36 B A
B 35 35 41
36 29

4 32 32 29 33 33 f
28 28

h gf
˅˅
˅˅ fg hi hg
˅ fg hi ˅ ˅˅ ˅˅ ˅
˅ ˅ ˅˅ ˅ ˅
˅
D Major Arpeggio D# Major Arpeggio

28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

3C C
D D D D
AB BA AB BA
37 42 38 43
37 38

34 34 35 35
30 30
31 31

fg hi hg f fg hi hg f
˅ ˅˅ ˅˅ ˅ ˅˅ ˅˅

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E Major Arpeggio F Major Arpeggio

28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

5C C
D D D D
AB BA AB B A
39 44 40 45
39 40 33

36 36 37 37 f
32 32
33

fg hi hg f fg hi hg
˅ ˅˅ ˅˅ ˅ ˅˅ ˅˅
˅ ˅˅ ˅
˅ ˅˅ ˅
F# Major Arpeggio G Major Arpeggio

28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

7 C C

AB D D B AB D D B A
A
41 46 42 47 35
41 42
f
38 38 39 39
34 34
35

fg hi hg f fg hi hg
˅ ˅˅ ˅˅ ˅ ˅˅ ˅˅

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G# Major Arpeggio A Major Arpeggio

28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

9C C
D D D D
AB BA AB B A
43 48 44 49
43 44 37

40 40 41 41 f
36 36
37

fg hi hg f fg hi hg
˅ ˅˅ ˅˅ ˅ ˅˅ ˅˅
˅ ˅˅ ˅
˅ ˅˅ ˅
A# Major Arpeggio B Major Arpeggio

28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

11 C C

AB D D B AB D D B A
A
45 50 46 51 39
45 46
f
42 42 43 43
38 38
39

fg hi hg f fg hi hg
˅ ˅˅ ˅˅ ˅ ˅˅ ˅˅

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Teacher’s Practice Schedule

This practice schedule sheet can be used by teacher’s who are using this book to teach children guitar. On the left side the teacher fills in
date of the piano lesson / right side they fill in what the student is to complete before their next music lesson. Students who are organized
will progress in guitar at a much faster pace. While this sheet is aimed at teachers it can also be used by parents with their children.

Date of Lesson Material to be practiced, revised or memorized etc.

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Date of Lesson Material to be practiced, revised or memorized etc.

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Date of Lesson Material to be practiced, revised or memorized etc.

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Date of Lesson Material to be practiced, revised or memorized etc.

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Part Two of the Eaziplay Piano Course

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