San Jose, CA
Solo guitar for
Solo guitar arrangements for:
>Sukiyaki >Summer In The City >Tell Me Why >Can't buy Me Love
>Girl >Blue Moon >Blue Skies
>Brother, Can you Spare A Dime >Send In The Clown >As Time Goes By
>Please Please Me >I Feel Fine >She Loves You >Nowhere Man
>I Started A Joke
Monday March 10, 2014
Guitar workshops at Guitar Showcase in San Jose California are fun place to
learn and share music.
If your child is in grade 1 – 6, this will be fun workshop to attend. We cover
the basic of reading notation, timing, and play music together as a group.
Feel free to sit in a watch. The workshop is about 45 minutes long.
Complete beginners are welcome.
Music Theory Workshop
This is an open forum for students who want to know more about music
theory. All questions are welcome. We talk about soloing, modes, the circle
of 5ths, keys, all kinds of cool stuff. It’s fun!
For guitar and bass students: Popular jazz standards will be rehearsed. Easy
parts to play and lots of help during this workshop. If you want to just
watch and listen and ask questions, that’s fine. Bring your guitar anyway so
you can try the stuff out while you are there.
The classification “Jazz” has a huge array of styles and is associated with
music that is harmonically more complex than folk, rock, or pop music.
Learning about new tonalities and putting them to work to enhance your
music is fun. Learning new chords will help train your ear and inspire new
ideas in your own music.
The workshops are upstairs in the SMI building next to Guitar Showcase.
It ends at 8:30. You need to at least know some basic bar chords.
The tunes for March are “Take Five” and "Bags' Groove" by Milt Jackson.
If you want a PDF of the music or TAB, E-mail me!
See you there, -John
|I teach at Guitar Showcase in San Jose,
California, Monday - Saturday.
Contact Norri for scheduling at