Seeger, Pete: How to Play a 5-String Banjo (Instruction)

Seeger, Pete SKU: 16947351
Seeger, Pete: How to Play a 5-String Banjo (Instruction)

Seeger, Pete: How to Play a 5-String Banjo (Instruction)

Seeger, Pete SKU: 16947351

Format: CD

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Title: How to Play a 5-String Banjo (Instruction)
Artist: Seeger, Pete
Label: Folkways Records
UPC: 093070830325
Genre: Folk

1.1 A Basic Strum
1.2 Now with the Left Hand
1.3 Now with the Index Finger
1.4 The Fifth String
1.5 Now Take That Same Song
1.6 Hammering on
1.7 Here's a Little Bit of the
1.8 Pulling Off
1.9 Well, Now, If You Study the
1.10 Double Thumbing
1.11 Now, for Just One More Time
1.12 Now, Not All Songs, Alfterall
1.13 Here's the Song. 'Hard Ain't It Hard'
1.14 Frailing
1.15 In the G Tuning, You Might Try
1.16 Now, Frailing Is the Best Way
1.17 Three-Finger Picking
1.18 Here's Another Devleopment of
1.19 Here's the Song, "Cindy"
1.20 A Loud Strum
1.21 Here Is a Variation of the Above
1.22 Three Micscellaneous Postscripts
1.23 If You Ever Want to Play a
1.24 A Roll Is a Special Banjo Effect
1.25 3/4 and 6/8 Time
1.26 Using This Method, and a Little
1.27 For a More Sustained Effect
1.28 Incidentally, This Type of
1.29 Now 6/8 Time Is the Same
1.30 Blues and Jazz
1.31 Another Common Blues Guitar
1.32 Here's a Sample Blues Passage
1.33 Spanish and South American Guitar Techniques
1.34 Here's One Way to Get a Rhumba
1.35 Here's Still Another Way of
1.36 This Last Pattern Can Be
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