------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- ------5-------5---------5------------------------------------ In this lesson, you’ll learn St. Cyr’s rhythm part and Johnson’s solo. Fats Waller and Andy Razaf’s “Ain’t Misbehavin’” is a jazz classic and is essential to know if you play any style of jazz. -----10--13p10----10--13p10-----10--13p10-----10--13p10------ First he shows it to you as the third, seventh, and ninth of a C9 chord, and then shows you how you can use it in other contexts, including as a “whole tone” voicing. He also shows you how to turn major triads into minor triads and gives you some ideas about fingering the shapes so that you can move through the voicings with the least amount of finger movement, changing your fingerings so you have a guide finger between chords depending on where you’re going and where you’re coming from. It’s in the key of C and has a distinctive melody, featuring a phrase of descending parallel fourths over the I chord and then the II7. --13-----------13-----------13-----------13------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- Lang and Django Reinhardt shared a similar stylistic quality with Lucas in their use of picking-hand downstrokes, and “Picking the Guitar,” in addition to being a great tune to play, is a study in using downstrokes. Clichê 12 --12b14-------14r12--10-------------------------------------- “barre” chords – movable positions that leave no string open. In this lesson, you’ll learn a single-note solo played by guitarist Bernard Addison, who was born in 1905 and played with a lot of the greats of early jazz, including Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, Fletcher Henderson, Coleman Hawkins, and Jelly Roll Morton, whose 1930 recording of “Fussy Mabel” this solo comes from. Of course there are also guitar players who start out with jazz. artist: "Dire Straits", Roots of Jazz Rhythm Guitar, Part 5: Blues in B FLAT. This is the first installment in a three-part lesson on the classic guitar duet “Chicken à la Swing,” written by Dick McDonough and recorded in 1937 by McDonough and Carl Kress. Clichê3 You’ll learn his intro and four of his first five choruses. ----------12----------------------13------------------------- -----10--13p10----10--13p10-----10--13p10-----10--13p10------ MENU TOP TABS TOP LESSONS MUSIC GENRES INSTRUMENTS . ------------------------------------------------------------- Lucas’s solos on “Tiptoe Through the Tulips” combine the melody with arpeggios and some of his odd distinctive flourishes. ------------------------------------------------------------- Dm C Bb A South of the river you stop and you hold everything. ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- It’s a blues in the key of D, and Johnson takes numerous choruses. Musical radio programs, as short as 15 minutes and as long as an hour or more, were underwritten by local and national businesses, including cigarette makers, automobile dealerships, and e… ------------------------------------------------------------- Matt Munisteri is a guitarist, singer, and songwriter based in New York City. Solo 2 You can hear this very clearly on his recording with singer Alma Rotter of “Got Everything But You,”which includes a solo where Lang plays a wild version of the lick. --------5---5---8b10---10r8-----8b10r8b10---10r8----6-------- In this lesson, you’ll learn Carl Kress’s guitar part to “Chicken à la Swing,” an accompaniment to Dick McDonough’s melody part, but not exactly a rhythm guitar part, as Kress plays bass lines and counter melodies as well as chords. Eddie Lang’s style of rhythm guitar predates the swing rhythm sound of Freddie Green and others. ------------------------------------------------------------- -----------10----3--6-----3/5---3--6-----3/5----------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- ---------7-----------3--3--3/5--5---3--3--3/5--5------------- It’s rhythmically challenging, harmonically complex, and is often played at a fast tempo. Matt plays and sings “Got Everything But You” and then shows you Lang’s solo. Only use down strums and take the fingers off the chord after each down stroke to keep each strum short and percussive. It’s a short eight-bar part that is repeated with minor variations. --7--5--3--7-7p5--5-----------------7--5--3--7-7p5--5----5h7- ----------13---10----13-13-13--13b15--13b15r13-11-13b15-13b15 --2/6----/7---/9----/12-----/10\----------------------------- --------------7--7--7---------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- Matt starts by singing it through so you can hear the melody and the basic chord progression. Eddie Lang’s solo guitar piece “A Little Love, A Little Kiss” was written in the first decade of the 20th century by the Italian composer Lao Silesu. It’s a guitar rag played with the plectrum and is the first blues ever recorded on the guitar as well as the first minor blues ever recorded. Clichê 8 A freewheeling and virtuosic guitarist on both acoustic and electric guitar—in music both modern and old-fashioned—he credits the early jazz plectrists of the 1920s and ’30s with providing the foundation for his technique and musical direction. --13-----------13-----------13-----------13------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- Swing Guitar Chord Lesson- 6th, 7th, Diminished & Minor! ------------------------------------------------------------- Matt gives you more advice about the different ways of playing the basic swing rhythm: for example, the difference between putting emphasis on the first and third beats or the second and fourth, keeping your wrist loose, etc. More Chord Melody Voicings, Part 3: Whole-Tone Voicings. Matt plays and sings the early jazz standard “Singin’ the Blues” as a demonstration of ways you can introduce some early jazz elements into a song’s performance. ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- --5/7----7-------------3--3---3/5---5------------------------ Learn to play the 1920s and ’30s chord melody and rhythm guitar styles of Eddie Lang, Nick Lucas, Freddie Green, Carl Kress, and other early jazz greats. Here's that first new lesson, on the classic tune "Rose Room". Clichê 19 The Roots of Jazz Guitar Subscription Includes: Additional courses only $10/month each! Learn how to play the harmonized major scale using all three inversions of the triads on the top three strings. ------------------------------------------------------------- Clichê 16 --8--8--8-----6--6--6---------------------------------------- Clichê 17 Related for Sultans Of Swing chords. ---7/10------------10---3--3----3/5--5---------5---5----5h7-- He tells you how to quickly communicate a song’s form to fellow musicians and then walks you through the basic form of “Honeysuckle Rose,” playing rhythm and singing the melody. You check out guitar George he knows all the chords Dm C (½) Bb (½) A (2) Mind he's strictly rhythm he doesn't want to make it cry or sing F (2) C (2) -------7----------7----3--3---3/5---5------------------------ For most guitar players jazz guitar comes on their path through progress somewhere between intermediate and advanced level. --------------14h17p14--------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- One trick is just to play strings 2,3,4 (using the first finger for Bb and C). -------------9------------------12b14r14--------------------- -------------------------------X-X-10p8--6h8p6--------------- In this lesson you’ll learn them on the second, third, and fourth strings, starting with root-position voicings in the key of F. Matt also shows you how to take a major triad voicing and make it minor, diminished, seventh, major seventh, etc. That is our first challenge. Although he’s credited as the writer, nobody really knows where it came from. Matt starts by singing it through so you can hear the melody and the basic chord progression. Next he shows you the common I–I7–IV–iv turnaround often used as an ending by people like Eddie Lang and Nick Lucas. ----------9---------------12b14r12b14------------------------ Addison was primarily a rhythm player, but his 1930s recordings with Morton included a lot of solos. ------3--6--3/5-----------------------8---------------------- --10-----------10-----------10-------------10---------------- It all depends on who your influences are, how badly you want to learn something, your skill level and determination. In the 1930s, recorded music was still a relatively new format, and albums were hard to come by in rural Texas and Oklahoma. Choose and determine which version of Sultans Of Swing chords and tabs by Dire Straits you can play. ------------8-----------8-----------8-----------8------------ Album: Money for Nothing. song: "Sultans of Swing", ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- Matt Munisteri talks about the acoustic jazz guitar styles of the 1920s and ’30s that he’ll be teaching in this course, as exemplified by players like Eddie Lang, Nick Lucas, Dick McDonough, Carl Kress, Lonnie Johnson, and others. The jazz standard “Chinatown” is popular among traditional jazz, Gypsy jazz, early swing, and Western swing musicians. ----------10---------------10-------------------------------- Acoustic, Jazz, Swing Backing tracks for guitar. The solo you’ll learn here is a combination of some of Matt’s favorite Lucas licks and a few of his own. Fig. -------------12--11------------------------------------------ Matt’s version is based on Lang’s but has evolved somewhat since he first learned it 20 years ago or so. ------------------------------------------------------------- --7--5--3--7-7p5--5---7/10--10--9\--5--5--3--7-7p5--5-------5 ------------------------------------------------------------- ---7/9-------9\7----7----7----7------------------------------ The piece is played rubato, and is a reflection of Lang’s European background more than the blues tradition. ------------------------------------------------------------- Clichê 9 ----2/9---9----8----9----5h7--------------------------------- - YouTube ------------------------------------------------------------- Matt starts by playing and singing it through so you get a sense of the overall harmonic content and melody. “Happy Feet” is a favorite of 1920s hot-jazz aficionados, and was originally recorded by the Paul Whiteman Orchestra with Bing Crosby. ------------10----------------------------------------------- Hi Im Ray Nijenhuis and welcome to the Western Swing Guitar Guidebook. -------10------------10-------------------------------------- --13-----------13-----------13-----------13------------------ SOLO 1 ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- Then he shows you a chord melody arrangement of “Exactly Like You,” a basic version as well as some variations with internal movement. I really appreciate you supporting all of this brand new content and channel! ------------------------------------------------------------- “Fascinating Rhythm” is a Gershwin song from the 1924 musical “Lady Be Good” and was made famous by Cliff Edwards and Fred Astaire. Matt starts by showing you the chords as they’re normally played, using Eddie Lang–style voicings. ------------------------------------------------------------- -----12--15P12----12--15P12----12--15P12----12--15P12-------- -------------------------------------------5/7--------------- 3 is a I–IIm–V progression with a passing chord before the IIm chord. After the C part, there’s a two-bar interlude where the tempo abruptly comes down to about half time, and the fourth part continues at the slower tempo, with a series of ascending thirds and some string bends up the neck. “Jeannine (I Dream of Lilac Time)” was written for the movie Lilac Time and was recorded by Eddie Lang in 1928 with pianist Frank Signorelli. The song “Wabash Blues” was popular with country and early jazz musicians, with recordings by the Delmore Brothers and Bob Wills as well as Duke Ellington and Sidney Bechet, among others. ------------------------------------------------------------- Intro: Dm / C C / Dm / C C Dm You get a shiver in the dark C Bb A It's raining in the park but meantime Dm C Bb A South of the river you stop and you hold everything F C A band is blowing Dixie double four time Bb Dm Bb C You feel alright when you hear that music ring Dm C Bb A You step inside but you don't see too many faces Dm C Bb A Coming in out of the rain to (you) hear the jazz go down F C Too much … ------------------------------------------------------------- --x-x-10----x-x-11-----11b13-----------13r11----------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- --7/9----9/7--7---7---7-------------------------------------- ---5---5---6---5---6---5---3--------------------------------- The first minor swing chord study is arranged for a beginner to intermediate level guitarist. -----10--13p10----10--13p10-----10--13p10-----10--13p10------ ------------------------------------------------------------- Matt walks you through all three parts phrase by phrase, giving you fingering and picking suggestions and a few variations to try. In this lesson you’ll learn some of Eddie’s favorite voicings and how he played them, alternating the bass and treble and adding some chromatic slides and upstrokes. -2/6-----6---------6----------------------------------------- “Exactly Like You” is a well-known tune from the swing and Gypsy jazz repertoire. ------------------------------------------------------------- •   Save 20% with an annual subscription. Matt talks about one of his 1930 Gibson L-5 guitars in this video. ----5/7----7----7/---3--3--3/5--5---3--3--3/5--5------------- In this lesson, you’ll learn a chord melody arrangement of “It’s Only a Paper Moon.'' ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------12-----10h12------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- You can also use major 6/9 chords such as the lush, Western-sounding voicings in bars 9 and 10. -------7---10-9\8-7--3--3--3/5--5---3--3--3/5--5------------- Then he shows you a chord melody arrangement of the whole song. Rather than an AABA format it has two 16-bar halves, the second of which has a harmonic twist that introduces a bit of pathos to the song. ------------------------------------------------------------- Marty here again from "MartyMusic!" --10------10----13b15r13-10-----------3-6-3/5---5-6/8-6-5h6/8 ------------------------------------------------------------- [B G Fm Ab F A Cm Am C D Bb] Chords for When the Gates Swing Open - The Soul Stirrers with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. ------------------------------------------17\---------------- Matt shows you one of his favorite voicings, which can be used in different ways. ----------5----------9-------7------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- The jazz standard “Whispering,” first published (and recorded by Paul Whiteman) in 1920 has a very 1920s sound, with some characteristic harmonic movement. --9--9--9-----5--5--5---------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- It has an unusual chord structure, so Matt starts by singing and playing rhythm once through the song to give you a sense of the melody and basic chord progression. Clichê 18 Then he shows you a chord melody version “I’ll See You In My Dreams” that includes some cool substitutions and contrary motion. As one of a relatively small number of authoritative acoustic jazz guitarists playing swing and early jazz, Matt has recorded extensively and is a first-call guitarist when a “period” sound is sought for CDs, film scores, and commercials. ------------------------------------------------------------- There are times when you’re playing with a band, especially if you’re playing an amplified archtop guitar, that the sound of full chords is too much. Matt’s chord melody arrangement in the key of Eb uses a lot of full voicings, with some bass notes on the fifth and sixth strings, and block chords on the top, giving it a 1930s-style swing guitar flavor. ------------------------------------------------------------- Matt starts by showing you the chords as they’re normally played, using Eddie Lang–style voicings. You’ll learn both guitar parts to all five sections (and intro) of the tune, starting with the melody part, which was played by Dick McDonough. Clichê 10 ------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- --12b14--------------12--12p10----10--------10----12--------- Chord Melody Basics, Part 1: Triad Inversions. /* TFP - E-chords - Below */ ------------------------------------------------------------- Check out the time feel - 4 beat - "chunk-Chunk-chunk-Chunk" - 4 even beats with a slight accent on two and four. Need help with the site? SWING LIFE AWAY - Rise Against Tabbed by: Jason Scott Email: frknn34@gmail.com Tuning: Half-step down This song's chords are easy; however, it took a long time for this noob to find the righ. To get a thorough understanding of how to play rhythm guitar Western swing style well have to define Western swing. ------------------------------------------------------------- --15b17---15---13h15p13------13---15b17---15----12h15p12----- You’ll learn it in the key of Eb, where it’s often played, which means that you’ll use a lot of voicings with the melody on the second string instead of the first string. ------------------------------------------------------------- It has an AABA form, so Matt starts by showing you a basic version of the A part, and then shows you another A part with a couple of triplet variations inspired by Dick McDonough. --10--8------------------------------------------------------ For a swing style, we will use “closed” chords, a.k.a. More Chord Melody Voicings, Part 1: Triads on the Middle Strings. ---8--------------------------------------------------------- It’s a great tune for practicing sliding inversions when playing chord melody. --6--5--3--6-6p5--5---------10--8\--6--5--3--6-6p5--5-------- ------------------------------------------------------------- Last updated on 11.22.2016 ------------------------------------------------------------- library of accompaniment videos (and downloadable MP3s), More than 38 extensive early jazz guitar video lessons, In-depth rhythm guitar lessons based on the styles of Eddie Lang, Freddie Green, Carl Kress, and more, More than 21 complete songs and/or solos, including classic jazz guitar showpieces from Nick Lucas and Eddie Lang, Detailed notation and tablature for every lesson, Extensive chord melody lessons, with examples from the playing of Eddie Lang, Dick McDonough, Bucky Pizzarelli, and more, High-quality video with multiple camera angles so you can see closeups of both hands in action. ------------------------------------------------------------- Matt shows you how Lang played it and gives you ideas about playing variations and making this “rhapsodic meditation” your own. ---------------------------xx6~------------------------------ ----------------------------14h17p14------------------------- ------11-------------------------------12-------------------- -----------------9-12b13r12---10----------------------------- -----------5h7p5--------------------------------------------- -----12--15P12----12--15P12----12--15P12----12--15P12-------- SULTANS OF SWING CHORDS (ver 2) by Dire Straits @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com. I added the second C in the pattern and placed the chords over the corresponding lyric for easier play. You’ll learn a chord melody version of “Whispering” in the key of C in this lesson. In this lesson, you’ll learn some of the essential chord voicings you’ll need to know to start playing 1920s-style chord melody. Clichê 20 He has performed on A Prairie Home Companion, Jazz Night in America: Jazz at Lincoln Center, E-Town, Mountain Stage, and Michael Feinstein’s Song Travels. -----------------3--3--3--3/5---3--3--3--3/5----------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------12--------------10---------- With chord melody solos to popular swing melodies, advanced rhythm guitar techniques, and acoustic jazz picking techniques. Learn the essential chord voicings you’ll need to know to start playing 1920s-style chord melody. ------------------------------------------------------------- You’ve already learned the closed-voice triad voicings on the top three strings. (function() { [Intro] G Gm A F#m [Verse 1] G Gm Hey there little honey won't you groove A F#m I've been trying all night to dance with you G Gm Hey there little lonely won't you stay A F#m I said "I would “Picking the Guitar,” along with another tune recorded by Lucas at the same time, “Teasing the Frets,” set a template for guitar playing that carried on through the music of Eddie Lang and even the Hot Club of France. Matt shows one of his signature runs, along with some variations, all of which lead into the third of the chord, often in the key of D or Eb. })(); We use cookies to give you the best experience on our site and show you relevant ads. It’s usually played at a very fast tempo, and the chord melody arrangement you’ll learn here includes some subtle things that you can still play when the tempo heats up. --5h7p5---------------------------------------------7-------- Top Popular Songs Guitar And Ukulele Chords . --11-----------11------------11-----------11----------------- Not only … ------------------------------------------------------------- Discover why we have the best backtracks! ------------------------------------------------------------- More Chord Melody Voicings, Part 2: I–V7–I Licks. He finishes by giving you advice on picking technique. Radio was the main catalyst that brought a variety of styles to the public while promoting regional bands and dances. ------------------------------------------------------------- Matt talks about general fretting-hand technique for swing rhythm guitar, including the damping (or “release”) of the chord, so you can feel the end of the notes as well as the beginning. 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