Guitar Lessons by Charles Gacsi

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JESU, THE JOY OF MAN'S DESIRE
Johann Sebastian Bach created the music. This is a transcription. Play it with the pick or fingerstyle. In 3/4 time. Some of the sections have difficult fingering. Some written discusson re what to watch for. Fingering used in the difficult places.
Classical · Advanced · 20835 Hits · 3.75/5 (8 ratings) · Last modified: 12/3/2004
 
BERNIE'S TUNE - A Standard Tune
This is one of the great little tunes played at Jam Sessions in the wee hours of the morning at some of the clubs on the West Coast After Hours. Light House. Chord Progression easy. Up tempo. You need to know the tune.
Jazz · Advanced · 8562 Hits · 3.67/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 6/15/2004
 
SWANEE RIVER - Accompaniment
Old tune of Steve Foster. Study in moving voice. Cool backing. Great sound. Lesson is divided into two parts. 34 measures long for backing. Melody 32 measures. Chord patterns given first. Tab section presents the melodic line first. Enjoy.
Jazz · Advanced · 11253 Hits · 3.67/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 12/15/2004
 
HARMONIZED SCALE FORMS - PART 3 IN TEMPO
This is a continuation of lesson #7682 "Harmonized Scale Forms - Part Three". The lesson plays the scale forms in tempo in preparation for arpeggios using the same material
Jazz · Intermediate · 11192 Hits · 3.67/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 3/15/2004
 
RIGHT HAND ARPEGGIO STUDIES #13
Continuation of Right Hand Arpeggio Studies #12 but with Tablature
Classical · Intermediate · 3204 Hits · 3.67/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 5/30/2004
 
RIGHT HAND ARPEGGIO STUDIES #22
This is a continuance of Lesson .... Right Hand Arpeggio Studies #21
Classical · Intermediate · 1900 Hits · 3.67/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 6/3/2004
 
TRIUMPH - An Original Tune
This is a litle march utilizing the groove with a rock beat. This is a trio. Three distinct parts on one TAB. Three guitarists are needed. It is not intended for a single person to play this tab by themselves. Suitable for the King of Kings.
Christian · Advanced · 5627 Hits · 3.60/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 3/23/2005
 
GREENSLEEVES - WHAT CHILD IS THIS?
This is an Old English Melody. Same tune is used at Christmas time with different title and lyrics. What child is this? Chords are easy.
Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 13544 Hits · 3.50/5 (8 ratings) · Last modified: 12/13/2004
 
THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD - A Transcripti
This particular Christian piece of music is unusual in that the basic progression is in traditional harmonies with moving voice aspect lending itself towards a jazz progression. See Companion Lesson T.L.I.M.S.
Christian · Intermediate · 12602 Hits · 3.50/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 11/27/2004
 
STRING FINDING - RIGHT HAND
This lesson provides a systematic approach training your hand, with the pick or fingers, automatically going to the correct string or strings, that need to be used in playing the guitar.
Theory/Reference · Beginner · 7951 Hits · 3.40/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 6/29/2004
 
W.Y.F. - An Original Tune
This is a little tune with a nice progression. Bridge is II to V7 to I in 4 keys. Form is A, A', B, A". Talent is not about speed but rather what you communicate musically>
Jazz · Intermediate · 5487 Hits · 3.25/5 (4 ratings) · Last modified: 8/23/2004
 
C# DIMINISHED TRIAD & ARPEGGIO POSITIONS
C# Diminished triad and associated arpeggios. An additional memory device for remembering various positions needed for the C# diminished triad(chord). Companion lesson to lesson #7923.
Jazz · Intermediate · 6135 Hits · 3.20/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 8/9/2004
 
RIGHT HAND ARPEGGIO STUDIES #27
This lesson is a continuance of Lesson #4269. Right Hand Studies #26
Classical · Intermediate · 3356 Hits · 3.20/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 6/11/2004
 
LONDONDERRY AIR
This is a old Irish Folk Song. Also known as "Danny Boy". Sounds pretty. Good beginners piece for recital or just listening. Play slowly with feeling. Changing tempo at will is called Rubato. Use Rubato according to your feelings when playing solo.
Acoustic/Folk · Beginner · 7858 Hits · 3.00/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 12/13/2004
 
I'VE BEEN WORKIN' ON THE RAILROAD
This is an easy well known folk song. Good for a recital number or a sing a long for a group fest. Beginner/Intermediate level abilitywise.
Acoustic/Folk · Beginner · 7913 Hits · 3.00/5 (4 ratings) · Last modified: 7/15/2004
 
ONE DEVICE FOR CREATING ABSTRACT MUSIC
This is a device for helping a person create abstract music. It should not take the place of talent, skill, or real knowledge. It is a device used to help a person get started. Once musical thought is created, discontinue artifical means.
Other · Expert · 6333 Hits · 3.00/5 (4 ratings) · Last modified: 8/29/2004
 
RIGHT HAND ARPEGGIO STUDIES #20
Continuation of Lesson #4228. Right Hand Arpeggio Studies #19
Classical · Intermediate · 2906 Hits · 3.00/5 (4 ratings) · Last modified: 6/3/2004
 
HARMONIZED SCALE - PART FOUR - IN TEMPO
This is a continuation of lesson #7704 "Harmonized Scale - Part Four". The lesson plays the scale forms in tempo for preparation for using the same material in arpeggios. Strings used are limited to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd strings.
Jazz · Intermediate · 11220 Hits · 3.00/5 (2 ratings) · Last modified: 3/15/2004
 
SHENANDOAH
This is one of the very beautiful sea chanty songs. Wistful. easy chords.
Acoustic/Folk · Beginner · 7175 Hits · 3.00/5 (2 ratings) · Last modified: 6/22/2004
 
THE GALWAY PIPER - A Transcription
This is an Irish Air. Sort of Jig but perhaps not as fast. Repeat numerous times. With each repeat increase the tempo about 40 bpm. With a little practice it should be relatively simple for most people with some dexterity. Only 16 measures long.
Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 5147 Hits · 3.00/5 (2 ratings) · Last modified: 8/4/2004