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CVB1 Lesson 6: 7 videos

Covering the major scales of G, D and A.
The eighth notes will be covered in this lesson too.
With the eighth notes we will play an American traditional song “Boil ’em Cabbage Down”.

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Lesson 6 8th Notes

Lesson 6 will cover the major scales of G, D and A. The eighth notes will be covered in this lesson too. With the eighth notes we will play an American traditional song “Boil ’em Cabbage Down”, tab 25

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23a

This is the scale of G major. CVB1 23a

 

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23b

This is the scale of D major. CVB1 23b

 

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23c

This is the scale of A major. CVB1 23c

 

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24

Eighth notes are faster than quarter notes, requiring even less space on the bow. Middle part of the bow will work best. CVB1 24

 

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25

Are you ready for some Bluegrass? Let’s Boil ’em Cabbage Down! CVB1 25

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Let’s improvise

Quarter and eighth notes in our improvisations today. Start with ex. 25 as example, play the same note (= finger) for the quarter note and two eighths.

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