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  • The Emotional Value of Chords 11am
    There is a chord associated with each of the seven notes of a major scale. When played in context, each chord evokes a certain emotional response from the listener.Learning these chordal relationships will open your ears to the chord progressions to millions of songs. This is the first
    step to playing by ear. Knowledge of finger positions for C, dm, em, F, G, am, bdim helpful. 

    “This understanding of the progressions just opened up a whole
    new way of listening to music.”
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    Play By Ear Jam 12:30pm
    Apply what you’ve learned in the workshop with a fun play by ear
    jam!
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Ukulele magazine Contributing Editor Jim D'Ville is a music
educator and facilitator who is on a mission to get ukulele players
off the paper and playing music by ear. Jim has taught his Play
Ukulele By Ear workshops to thousands of players in the United
States, Canada, Australia, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. Jim
has taught and performed at major ukulele events including the
Ukulele Festival of Scotland, Kerrville Folk Festival, the NAMM
Show, Melbourne (Australia) Ukulele Festival, West Coast Ukulele
Retreat and many others. Jim is the author of the Play Ukulele By
Ear DVD series, hosts the popular Play Ukulele By Ear website
www.PlayUkuleleByEar.com, and his Patreon site Pop Up Uke.

 

JIM D'VILLE UKE BY EAR WORKSHOP | JANUARY 14 | 11AM

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The Emotional Value of Chords 11am
There is a chord associated with each of the seven notes of a major scale. When played in context, each chord evokes a certain emotional response from the listener.Learning these chordal relationships will open your ears to the chord progressions to millions of songs. This is the first
step to playing by ear. Knowledge of finger positions for C, dm, em, F, G, am, bdim helpful. 

“This understanding of the progressions just opened up a whole
new way of listening to music.”
Student Testimonial

Play By Ear Jam 12:30pm
Apply what you’ve learned in the workshop with a fun play by ear
jam!
More Details

More Details

Ukulele magazine Contributing Editor Jim D'Ville is a music
educator and facilitator who is on a mission to get ukulele players
off the paper and playing music by ear. Jim has taught his Play
Ukulele By Ear workshops to thousands of players in the United
States, Canada, Australia, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. Jim
has taught and performed at major ukulele events including the
Ukulele Festival of Scotland, Kerrville Folk Festival, the NAMM
Show, Melbourne (Australia) Ukulele Festival, West Coast Ukulele
Retreat and many others. Jim is the author of the Play Ukulele By
Ear DVD series, hosts the popular Play Ukulele By Ear website
www.PlayUkuleleByEar.com, and his Patreon site Pop Up Uke.