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  • Kansas City Stomp
  • King Porter Stomp
  • If I Had You
  • Moonlight Serenade
  • Somewhere Over The Rainbow
  • Lady Madonna

Lesson One: Jelly Roll Morton's Kansas City Stomp and King Porter Stomp, both played in the key of C and in the style of Blind Blake. 
Lesson Two: The American Songbook tunes If I Had You and Moonlight Serenade both played in Dropped G tuning (D G D G B E). 
Lesson Three: The classic Somewhere Over The Rainbow and the Beatles' Lady Madonna

Fingerstyle Jazz Guitar, Volume 1

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taught by Ton Van Bergeyk Ton Van Bergeyk

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Book/3-CD set. Ton Van Bergeyk launched his career as a musician during the late 1960s. Stefan Grossman produced Ton's first solo album in 1973 - "Famous Ragtime Guitar Solos." This contained 14 of Ton's arrangements of classic ragtime pieces and became a best seller. Many followed. Ton teaches phrase-by-phrase some of his most requested arrangements. Presents his renditions of Jelly Roll Morton's "Kansas City Stomp" and "King Porter Stomp," the classic American Songbook tunes "If I Had You," "Moonlight Serenade" and "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" and the Beatles' "Lady Madonna." A product of Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop. Note/tab as PDF booklets. 20 pp.
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Exact appearance of new instruments may vary.
  • Kansas City Stomp
  • King Porter Stomp
  • If I Had You
  • Moonlight Serenade
  • Somewhere Over The Rainbow
  • Lady Madonna

Lesson One: Jelly Roll Morton's Kansas City Stomp and King Porter Stomp, both played in the key of C and in the style of Blind Blake. 
Lesson Two: The American Songbook tunes If I Had You and Moonlight Serenade both played in Dropped G tuning (D G D G B E). 
Lesson Three: The classic Somewhere Over The Rainbow and the Beatles' Lady Madonna