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Douglas Baldwin: Comprehensive Chord Theory for Guitar

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PUBLISHER: Hal Leonard
PRODUCT FORMAT: Theory
Chords are the foundation of almost all of Western music, and the most common function of the guitar is as an accompaniment instrument. But sooner or later, curiosity or necessity leads us to try to understand chords a little better. How are chords put together? How did they get these weird names?
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Publisher Hal Leonard
Product Format Theory
Genre Theory
Year of Publication 2013
Style Theory
ISBN 9781423496144
Instrumentation Guitar Solo
No. HL00696444
Number of pages 372
Series Guitar Educational
Author Douglas Baldwin
Description
Chords are the foundation of almost all of Western music, and the most common function of the guitar is as an accompaniment instrument. But sooner or later, curiosity or necessity leads us to try to understand chords a little better. How are chords put together? How did they get these weird names? Why do some chords sound good and some sound bad? This book will help you figure it all out! You'll explore: the first steps in chord theory and practice, moveable chord shapes: barre chords and triads, the '5' chord, color notes, extended chords: 9th, 11th, 13th and altered chords, and more. The audio includes demos of the chords discussed in the book. The audio is accessed onlineusing the unique code inside each book and can be streamed or downloaded.
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