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Guitar Lesson 20: Dynamics, Rhythm Notation in Tablature, and Harmonic Minor

Module by: Catherine Schmidt-Jones. E-mail the author

Summary: Introduces dynamic markings, playing at different dynamic levels, harmonic minor scales, and common methods for notating rhythms in guitar tablature.

Please see Guitar Lesson 1 for notes about this course. Here are PDF files of the Lesson Page, the Home Practice Page, and the Ensemble Page for this lesson. The Song Sheet is the same as for lessons 18 and 19.

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