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The field of work of a guitar teacher is subject to strong changes due to the all-day lessons and cooperations of the school...  All product info

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Kienbaum's guitar group

The field of work of a guitar teacher is subject to strong changes due to the all-day lessons and cooperations of the schools. New forms of teaching are constantly being created by approaching music and primary schools. Courses in open all-day schools play an important role in everyday school life.

With "Kienbaum's Guitar Group" there is now an entry-level school that can be used from primary school, in group lessons, in open all-day schools or also very classically in individual lessons for an entire school year.

Content:

  • Warm-ups and games
  • Part 1: The Beginning
  • The Guitar
  • The accessories
  • The strings
  • We paint a guitar
  • The Sheet Music
  • The playing position
  • The thumb stop
  • Song accompaniments with bass strings
  • The left hand
  • Exercises for the fingers of the left hand
  • The E minor chord
  • The chord attack
  • Part 2: Bass melodies with gripped tones
  • The tone G
  • The A minor chord
  • A (ghost) story ...
  • The G major chord
  • The sound H
  • eighths
  • The D7 chord
  • The tone c
  • The C major chord (without fundamental)
  • The sound e
  • Part 3: Songs and Plays
  • Part 4: The first power chords
  • Appendix: Lied melodies
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