Banjo for Beginners

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Friendly, step-by-step instruction by one of the great banjo masters; Tips on positioning, right-hand and left-hand technique; Lessons on reading tablature; Lots of fun songs and examples to play; Close-ups of the hands, split screens plus simple interactive navigation make learning easy and fun
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/21/2007
  • UPC: 038081234816
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Brothers Pub.
  • Presentation: Stereo
  • Sound: stereo
  • Language: English
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 71,814

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tony Trischka Instructor
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Disc #1 -- Banjo for Beginners
   Getting in Tune
   Holding the Banjo
   Left-Hand Position
      Example 2
      Example 4
      "Go Tell Aunt Rhody" (pg. 8)
      "Tom Dooley"
      Example 6
      Example 7
      "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore:|}|
      "Boil Them Cabbage Down" (pg. 9)
   Right-Hand Position
      Example 8
      Example 9, The Pinch
      Example 10
      Example 11
      "Boil Them Cabbage Down" (pg. 13)
   Rolls and Melody
      Eighth Notes
      Example 12
      The Square Roll
      Example 13
      Example 14
      "Go Tell Aunt Rhody" (pg. 15)
      "Boil Them Cabbage Down" (pg. 18)
      Example 16
      Example 17
      "Go Tell Aunt Rhody" (pg. 18)
      The Forward-Backward Roll
      "She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain"
      The Forward Roll
      Example 24
      Example 25
      Repeat Signs
      "Banks of the Ohio"
      "Handsome Molly"
      "Handsome Molly" (using forward rolls)
      The Backward Roll
      The Backward-Forward Roll
      Example 29
      Example 30
      The Minstrell Roll
      Example 33
      "Old Joe Clark"
      Example 35
      "Cluck Old Hen"
   Technical Tips
      Hitting the Head
      Hitting Every Note Clearly
      Building Up Speed
      The Slide
      Example 40
      "Boil Them Cabbage Down" (pg. 36)
      The Hammer-On
      Hammer-On Tea Pot Etude
      Example 45
      Example 46
      "Cumberland Gap"
      "Cripple Creek|}|
      The Pull-Off
      Example 47
      Example 48
      Example 49
   Playing in the Key of C
      "New Tiddley Winks Dance": Play
   Additional Features
      Audio Tracks
         Track 1
         Track 2
         Track 3
         Track 4
         Track 5
         Track 6
         Track 7
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         Track 51
         Track 52
         Track 53
         Track 54
         Track 55
         Track 56
      About NGSW
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