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Irish Rhythm Guitar: Accompanying Celtic Tunes [Import USA Zone 1]
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John Doyle'S Powerful Accompaniment Style Includes Strumming Patterns, Moving Bass Lines, Palm Damping, Backbeats, Accents And Syncopations That Drive A Tune Forward. By Using Minor Chords And Substitutions, He Can Add Interest, Movement And Depth To A Basic Three-Chord Tune. This Exciting Lesson Shows Both Simple Arrangements And Complex Rhythms, Chord Shapes And Progressions To Enable You To Get A Traditional Band To Really Rock! Using Dropped-D Tuning, John Teaches Rhythmic Accompaniments To Reels, Jigs, Slip Jigs And Hornpipes. With John Williams Playing The Melodies On Button Accordion, He Goes Over Each Tune Both Slowly And Up-To-Speed, Developing Dynamic Chord Progressions And Rhythmic Flourishes As He Goes. You'Ll Learn The Accompaniments To More Than A Dozen Great Tunes, Including 'Crowley'S', 'The Mountain Road', 'Craig'S Pipes', 'The Gooseberry Bush', 'Gallagher'S Frollics', 'Mist Covered Mountain', 'Langstrom'S Pony', Humours Of Whiskey', 'Banks Of Loch Gamhna', 'Return To Camden Town', 'The Fermoy Lasses', 'The Girl That Broke My Heart'.
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I don't think this is a beginner book. In fact, John states that he assumes that you know basic chords. However, I think an intermediate player could get a lot from this. No matter what, it will take lots of hard work on the players part to master all the material presented here. But I don't think you need to master everything on the DVD in order to get a lot out of it. Recommended.
First, John is a lefty so when you look at his display of how to play the cords you are going to have to translate that into right hand play. I as an amateur found this somewhat difficult to do, especially while playing.
Secondly, the chords, as mentioned in another review are difficult for those who don't have a large hand span. I had difficulty with them.
Thirdly, I bought another book at the same time with DADGAD tuning. Obviously, the fingering is different for all the chords. I did find the chords somewhat easier to play, though less full with DADGAD than with drop D.
All in all, I really enjoyed the DVD and the music. John brings a real ease to teaching others in a progressive manner. His style is the one I would most want to copy for accompanying Celtic music.
Two great aspects: He talks about 4/4 and 6/8 and then he starts with the strum based on that- no chord, just percussion. Very beneficial.
The second is the chord substitution approach, which in principle is simple ( like relative minors ) but he applies it so effortlessly.
Both of these help my rhythm and even affect other genres--like bluegrass.
There are a lot of tunes, here. I didn't know any of them and it takes a while to learn them. His buddy with the accordian is great and you can just listen to them play. Once you learn the tunes, it's easier to back it up.
He talks about partial chords and some voicings but overall he discusses the feel of the tunes, where chords fit in and change the mood.
This is worth every penny