Category: Banjo

09/22/2017 / Banjo
08/29/2017 / Banjo

Leonardo Da Vinci studied the laws of science and nature; anatomy, botany, mathematics, amongst many other things. In the same way that intensive studying didn’t somehow ruin his artistic capabilities, learning basic music theory won’t…

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08/22/2017 / Banjo

I’ve decided that graphs are a great way to show someone how to improve their music. If you were to plot the notes versus time, would you end up with something that looks chaotic with…

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07/11/2017 / Banjo

A topic I often discuss with students is Right-Hand Finger Pressure: Learning the proper finger pressure to use at the right moment on each string is something to practice as soon as one gets the basic string…

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05/02/2017 / Banjo
04/03/2017 / Banjo

Here is my latest original banjo song entitled “Falling Glass.” It is written in the mode of G Mixolydian.  I tried to combine a modern and old-timey sound together.  The TAB of the first variation/melody…

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