By Eric Schoenberg
16 unique preparations of songs for fingerstyle guitarists of all degrees, in commonplace notation and tablature, with pointers on studying every one association, by means of Eric Schoenberg.
All My Loving
I believe Fine
Things We stated Today
It's purely Love
I'm searching through You
I must have recognized Better
Maxwell's Silver Hammer
Your mom should still Know
Here, There & Everywhere
I'll Get You
Mother Nature's Son
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Substitute the chore in the song. “D O G G I E , D O G G I E” Classroom use—game: acting out, voice identification, choosing Game directions: class sits in circle, or for a challenge, scattered formation. Student A is in middle (or at the front of the class for scattered formation) with blindfold on or eyes closed. Student B has bone. ) Class sings first two phrases of song. ” Student A has to guess who has the bone. Student B then becomes the dog. “D OW N C A M E A L A DY ” Classroom use—game: circle, choosing, marching on beat Game directions: students join hands in a small circle with one student in the center.
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Allemande: partners match right hands, touching from hands to elbow. Elbow is bent and hands are up. Partners turn around once to the right so that they return to their original position. The turn may also be done with left hands in the air, turning to the left. Arch: partners join hands and raise arms to let other students through. Bottom of the line: in a line or double line, the position furthest away from the head couple, music source, or caller. Cast off: in a double line, partners turn away from each other and walk toward the bottom on the outside of the line.