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Stasys Daugirdas

@stasys · Guitar · Vilnius

composer/musician

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Fingering of open position triads in the root position (root in bass)… More…

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Raising the second [2] sound (in this case, the third one) — we get an open position of triads.… More…

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Harmonic major scale triad chords (close position)… More…

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The harmonic major scale or harmonic major is not as common (often used) as, say, natural major, harmonic minor, melodic minor or melodic major. This major scale sounds rather exotic due to lowered sixth.… More…

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Polyrhythm (gr. Poly “many” + rhythmos “rhythm”) — a single combination of two or more different melodies of different rhythms:… More…

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Syncope and Accent… More…

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Remarks: Cover all the strings with your palm at about the fifth position so that the muted strings resemble a drum effect. To keep the guitar from rising, play beat with your left foot. Control the strokes… More…

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Multiple syncopation of a double roll:… More…

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By bending the third joint of the finger of the left hand, you can move from the lower string to the upper without raising your finger. From the bent finger (let's call it the C shape), go to the recumbent… More…

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Inversions of Major Triad… More…

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Fingering Triads in Root Position (root in bass)… More…

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A triad is a chord of three different notes vertically stacked in thirds. The triad consists of: root, third, and fifth. On the other hand, this is the construction of two thirds (superposition).… More…

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A chord, like a vertical structure, can be defined by intervals. The intervals in a chord are measured from 1 (the sound of a tonic) to 15, in other words, from the prima to the quintdecima, we use the… More…

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The key signs of the major key also display the so-called relative minor key. This key and its natural minor scale are determined by counting a major sixth up or a minor third down from the major key/scale.… More…

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Major triad with an added ninth — (1 3 5 9)… More…

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Enharmonic of triad with suspended fourth (1 4 5) and triad with suspended second (1 2 5)… More…

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Six chord forms… More…
July 16, 2020

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Triad… More…

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Building of chords… More…

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Interval is the distance between two different notes. Combine up notes and play the connections of this natural major scale.… More…

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Useful exercise for stretching fingers, feeling the neck and hearing development.… More…