The theme from the popular T.V. show, this arrangement is a fingerstyle piece that uses a motif to build a composition.
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In this lesson, you’ll learn to play this beautiful melody with heartfelt emotion.
This song is a lesson on how to take a melody and compose your own arrangement around it. Thus, a more fitting name would be: Variations on “(Ghost) Riders in the Sky”.
Learn the theme song to one of the most popular movies from the 80s! This arrangement is perfect for those of you who want to work on rhythm and strumming skills.
Learn a catchy ukulele etude that introduces you to complex strum patterns.
Learn a beautiful lullaby inspired by Katie’s daughter, Grace.
Learn a relaxing, bluesy chord melody which you can jam along to with a bass and cajon backing track (or play as a stand alone piece).
A timeless melody from the 16th century that has been lyrically adapted many times over, most notably with the Christmas carol, “What Child Is This?”.
This famous piano composition is known for its intentional simplicity. The melody is sparse and melancholic in nature, yet it floats elegantly through colorful and rich chords.
One of the most famous arias from the opera, Carmen. This enchanting melody builds upon dynamics, chromatic runs, and key changes to create an everlasting piece.
An iconic melody arranged as a harmonized duet suitable for the seasoned beginner.
“Hallelujah” is a song originally written by Leonard Cohen, but most famously covered by Jeff Buckley. Our arrangement is based off of Jeff’s interpretation. This piece is purely about emotion and the way notes are articulated. Dynamics play an important role throughout the entire song.
John Carpenter’s theme for ‘Halloween’ is a great example of using a motif to build a composition.
This traditional Hanukkah song can be played at a quick or slow tempo. Both sound equally great!