Yesterday we did a fine job of picking and strumming C'Etait Anne de Bretagne in two keys and transitioning from one to the other using…. the V7 chord of the new Key.
We reviewed major and minor chords in a Major Key, reviewed the use of Roman Numeral to identify chords (large Roman Numeral for major chords and small for minor chords) and played Drunken Sailor (Am) and Happy Birthday by ear (G).
Please practice your new chords and chord changes on page 7.
Also Practice Shenandoah on page 8, the Chords (write them in), the Uke II arpeggio, and the Melody in Uke I. Pay special attention to the fingering of the Uke II in measure 10. Consider playing the E on the C string to get the smooth arpeggio that we want for this song.
Thank You, Kristin, for reminding me to have you play Minuet, which was really lovely. We'll warm up with this next week, in 2 parts.
Gail's Carpal Tunnel exercises are posted HERE
Recording of Shenandoah is on the Resources page