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How To: Play and use the Dorian mode on Guitar

Dorian mode is the second mode of the seven modes to learn and is also, in a way, natural minor with a major sixth note of the scale instead of the minor sixth. You can use it over a minor chord progression over the four chord if it's a dominant, among other things. In this video you will learn the basic construction and use for the Dorian scale.

How To: Play the "Howl's Moving Castle" theme on the accordion

If you want to play the Howl's Moving Castle theme on accordion you first need to play on the right hand D, G, B flat, D or G minor and on the left hand you press the C minor then go D 7 and G minor. Then it goes C minor, F and B flat. Next play D minor, E minor, A7, D minor, then C, B flat and A 7. B flat to A 7 is a pretty large jump so you may need to practice. So again you repeat C minor, D7 and G minor. Then C minor, F and Flat. Next play D minor, E minor, A7, D minor, C, B flat and then...

How To: Play "Street Spirit" by Radiohead on guitar

James, also known as Tbone Wilson, shows you how to play Street Spirit by Radiohead. With an acoustic guitar you begin the intro on A minor, then pick 5, 3, 1, 3, 2, half finger up. On your picking hand you need to hold your pinkie down to contact the hardboard deck of your guitar's face, this makes it easier. Repeat the sequence four times for the intro. Move to the E minor repeating the number sequence twice, then the E minor 7 (repeat sequence twice), first finger is on the second string, ...

How To: Do minor to minor transposition when composing music

D minor may be the saddest chord ever, but where do you go from there? In this comphrensive lesson by Andrew Furmanczyk, you'll learn how to do minor to minor transposition to bump up your musical composition skills to a whole new level. If you can't sing it, or don't want to play it in the key the song is in, you need to watch this. Try it and make your sadness go to 11!

How To: Play "Married with Children" by Oasis on guitar

In this video, we learn how to play "Married with Children" by Oasis on guitar. The intro starts with B, G# on the fourth fret, then C# minor, A on the fifth fret, C, B, and E. Play these separately, then play all together twice. After you do this, you can go into the body of the song with the verse and second verses. The chords include: A, E, E7, and D. These are the basic chords that you will be playing throughout the entire song. Once you reach the chorus, incorporate the lyrics into the s...

How To: Play minor scales on the piano

Minor modes use the same set of key signatures as major modes; whichever signature corresponds to the step pattern of the natural minor scale is considered the key signature for that minor mode. Here, Pete Sears explains how to play minor scales on the piano.

How To: Play "And I Love Her" by The Beatles on guitar

In this video, we learn how to play "And I Love Her" by The Beatles on guitar. Start out with the intro and an F sharp minor. Then, move to an E 6 and move to the second fret second string. Place these separately, then all together to play the entire intro together. Now, place an F sharp minor, C sharp minor, F sharp minor, C sharp minor, C sharp minor, then E, B, and E again. Continue on throughout all of the verses, then add in the chords to the chorus. Play all together, then when finished...

How To: Play Red Hot Chili Peppers "The Otherside" on guitar

Yourguitarsage shows you how to play the Red Hot Chili Peppers' "The Otherside" on a guitar. Grab your acoustic guitar in order to get started. Some of the song will be played for those who understand the chords. The chords needed for play are A minor, F, C, G, and E minor. The song is in the count of four. Every chorus in the song follows the chords. The verse is A minor, E minor, G, and A minor for two measures. If you don't know how to play, you can download an e-book.

How To: Apply the CAGED system over minor chords

The CAGED system is an amazing way of organizing the fretboard to allow you to find any chord on any place of the neck and instantly have a shape to play on, a scale, a triad and even an arpeggio. In this video you learn how to apply the method with minor chords as opposed to major chords.

How To: Play "Live Forever" by Oasis on acoustic guitar

In this video, we learn how to play "Live Forever" by Oasis on acoustic guitar. Start with G, D, A minor 7, C, D, then play this twice. After you do this, you will have the first part of the introduction to the song finished up until you reach where the chorus is at. After this, go into an E minor 7 with the third finger down to the bottom. After this, do a D, then E minor 7 again, then C, D, E minor 7, D, and E minor 7 again. At the end of the chorus, you will go to an F suspended and then g...

How To: Play "Space Oddity" by David Bowie on the guitar

In this video, we learn how to play "Space Oddity" by David Bowie. For the chorus, you will play an F minor 7, then an E minor. For the verse, you will play a C 2, then E minor, A minor, and A minor 7. Continue to play through the song using different chords and strings to get the different sounds in the song to sound correct. Once you get through the entire song, play through from beginning to end without stopping. After you have this down, you can add in the lyrics to get them to sound righ...

How To: Play "Prenzlauerberg" by Beirut on the accordion

In this video you are shown how to play Prenzlauerberg on accordion. You will use the right hand for the melody. Both hands will be used. Your tutor divides the song into three playable components, after you develop skill in playing them you can piece them together. The song starts on G, the chords played include G minor, C minor and D7. The D7 chord includes the notes D, F sharp and C. When playing a chord you hold all of the notes (keys) of the chord at the same time. Also, playing D7 chord...

How To: Play "You Do Something To Me" by Paul Weller on guitar

This video is an acoustic guitar lesson from TboneWilson1978. In this video, he teaches you how to play the song "You Do Something to Me", by Paul Weller. He begins by showing you which chords you need to know to get started on learning the song, and demonstrates how to finger them. He then moves on to the progression of the chords through the song in the verse and the chorus. The E minor, C minor, D, A minor 7, and B minor 7 chords are taught in this lesson.

How To: Play a G minor (Gm) chord on an electric or acoustic guitar

In this guitar lesson, learn how to play a G minor triad on a guitar in standard tuning (EADGBE). With the guitar, as with any other instrument, if you want to improve, you'll need to practice. Fortunately, the Internet is awash with free, high-quality guitar lessons like this one. For more information, and to learn how to play a G minor on your own guitar, watch this video tutorial for beginning guitarists.

How To: Play an F minor (Fm) chord on an acoustic or electric guitar

In this guitar lesson, learn how to play a F minor triad on a guitar in standard tuning (EADGBE). With the guitar, as with any other instrument, if you want to improve, you'll need to practice. Fortunately, the Internet is awash with free, high-quality guitar lessons like this one. For more information, and to learn how to play an F minor on your own guitar, watch this video tutorial for beginning guitarists.

How To: Play an E minor (Em) chord on an electric or acoustic guitar

In this guitar lesson, learn how to play an E minor triad on a guitar in standard tuning (EADGBE). With the guitar, as with any other instrument, if you want to improve, you'll need to practice. Fortunately, the Internet is awash with free, high-quality guitar lessons like this one. For more information, and to learn how to play a E minor on your own guitar, watch this video tutorial for beginning guitarists.

How To: Play a D minor or Dm chord on an electric or acoustic guitar

In this guitar lesson, learn how to play a D minor triad on a guitar in standard tuning (EADGBE). With the guitar, as with any other instrument, if you want to improve, you'll need to practice. Fortunately, the Internet is awash with free, high-quality guitar lessons like this one. For more information, and to learn how to play a D minor on your own guitar, watch this video tutorial for beginning guitarists.

How To: Play a C minor or Cm chord on an electric or acoustic guitar

In this guitar lesson, learn how to play a C minor triad on a guitar in standard tuning (EADGBE). With the guitar, as with any other instrument, if you want to improve, you'll need to practice. Fortunately, the Internet is awash with free, high-quality guitar lessons like this one. For more information, and to learn how to play a C minor on your own guitar, watch this video tutorial for beginning guitarists.

How To: Play all 12 major scales on the piano

As adults who were forced through numerous piano lessons as a child, we know one thing's for sure: Major scales are often the easiest to learn, and they're also the most commonly used scales in major songs. Which is why knowing how to play minor scales is so important to improving your skills as a piano artist.

How To: Do the legato bass technique on the accordion

Moshezuchter demonstrates how to do a legato bass technique on an accordion which will add drama to your playing. Legato means tying it together. When playing staccato, you touch the keys like they are hot with short strokes to get the punctuated effect. Try playing an alternate base pattern using A, A minor, E to A minor for an oompah sound. Hold your finger on the A while pumping the A minor key. Then, hit the E major key while continuing to hole the A key down. You can also transition to o...

How To: Play a simplified version of "Hallelujah" on guitar

To play a simplified version of 'Hallelujah' on guitar you first should put a capo on the fifth fret. This song only has three parts. The intro is E minor played two times and a G chord played. You will pick the strings of these chords six times in a progressive order from 1 down to the 4th and up to one again. The first part is switching between these two chords. Then you play a C chord, a B, G and then A minor. And this will be the second part of the song. Next, you play G, C, A minor and C...

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