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Mike’s recording of it would be released by Folkways Records on the Folksongs and Instrumentals with Guitar album . In Part 1 of the Essentials of Music Theory for the Clawhammer Banjoist, it’s all about keys, scales, and chords. How do we find out what those 7 chords are? Bonparte's Retreat (Stepp) Genre: Old Time Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time Key: D Tuning: Double C (gCGCD) Difficulty: Intermediate Posted by etparadox, updated: 9/20/2014 Download: TABLEDIT | MP3: [] [] | PDF | MP3: [] [] Notes: Here's a tab for William H. Stepp's 1937 version of Bonaparte's Retreat. The two most popular clawhammer banjo tunings are the G tuning used for “Old Joe Clark” and the double C tuning, where both the 2nd and 4th strings are tuned to a C note. And there are multiple places on the fretboard where you can do so: For the sake of illustration, let’s find a C major chord in “double C” tuning (gCGCD). There are 12 possible notes in all (A, Bb, B, C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#), as these notes repeat themselves several times over on the keyboard. However, if we wish to play the full D chord, then we need to find that F#. This week’s song is loads of fun. So every key is going to have 7 primary chords that sound good. Any time you’re playing the notes C, E, and G together, for example, you’re playing a C chord. But before we get to those situations, we need to build a bit of a foundation by talking about scales, keys, and chords. If you don’t happen to play clawhammer style banjo, you can take the same melody and add your favorite banjo rolls. Just strum the banjo in this tuning, and you’re playing a G Major chord. Join Now to Subscribe to this Podcast. Each file is a 480 X 640 JPEG photo of a page in the book. We’ll be building the fundamentals first, and then learning how to apply them to specific situations on the banjo.Begin by watching the video of Part 1 below. And there are rules that govern how these elements are put together. By following the rules of scale creation. Again, we had to include one of the black keys to make it sound right. Begin by watching the video of Part 1 below. Here’s an example of what a typical song in the Ignoramus looks like. I first heard it via the New Lost City Ramblers, who performed a version impressively faithful to the original, as they were known to do. Click on the submenu name (ABCD, EFGH, etc.) Lots of D tunes tabbed as double C tuning capoed up to D. As a fiddle and dulcimer player picking up clawhammer in standard G tuning being able to do D is a huge revelation. ), then knowing the chord progression is a big shortcut. Let’s look at these 3 scales again, this time noting how many spaces are between each note with an X. The chord progression for a song tells you what those harmony notes are at any point in time. I play Annabelle Lee in clawhammer by Sarah Jarosz on my tenor banjolele or uke - whatever I have out. And here’s what it looks like on the piano. As it turns out, some of these chords (I, IV, and V) are major chords, some of these (ii, iii, and vii) are minor chords, and one chord is neither major or minor (vi). So, the major chords are designated by capital letters, the others a lower case. In order to make our scale sound right, we had to include two of the black keys, in this case the F# (the black key above the F) and the C# (the black key above the C). Have not tried the cd's yet get to it this weekend Privacy Policy - Terms of Purchase - Terms & Conditions, How To Play Clawhammer Banjo in 8 Essential Steps (free course), THE VAULT: The Ultimate Clawhammer Song Library, Click here, or on the book image below, to get it, https://breakthroughbanjo.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/c+scale.mp3, https://breakthroughbanjo.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/d+scale.mp3, Back to Breakthrough Banjo Member Home Page. I’m sure you’ve seen a piano keyboard before. Too many times music theory is taught with little or no regard to what parts are useful, or how to actually MAKE it useful. Our open 4th string is already tuned to a D. The closest chord tone to our open 3rd string, which is tuned to a G, is the A note, which we can find at the 2nd fret. Not really. My primary objective here is to dump all the useful banjo-relevant bits of theory out from my brain and into yours. Cripple Creek. Because our ears (or rather, our brains) expect music to be played in a particular key. Played on new 11" myrtlewood and walnut open back 5 string in double D tuning. I played music for years, and knew how to play chords, before I really understood the whole point of them in the first place. By convention, we use Roman numerals to refer to these chords, as follows: I, ii, iii, IV, V, vii, vi. Cripple Creek is simply a banjo classic and is super easy to play, we think that all … “Nine Pound Hammer” is a prison and railroad work song dating back to the late nineteenth century. Easy and advanced banjo lessons with video & tab. Here’s what that sounds like. It spells out exactly what notes will sound good played alongside the melody notes at any point in time during the tune. Here, we can’t just stick to the white keys. As such, the above tab represents what I tend to play for both parts. Symbols and other arcana will only be discussed on a “need to know” basis. Here’s what that sounds like. To find the notes of the D major chord, we need to find the notes D, F#, and A. Also, you may think that to understand theory you need learn a bunch of symbols and Latin sounding names. The pattern of gaps between the notes (denoted by the red “X”) of the scale is the same in every scale: In other words, to create the major scale for any key, we play the first (also known as the “root”) note, skip one, play the next, skip one, play the next, play the next, skip one, play the next, skip one, play the next, skip one, play the next, and play the next (which gets us back to our original note, just an octave higher). It’s those specific notes that determines what key you’re playing in. In this case, we’ll use the chorus of “Old Molly Hare.” Normally, each song will have the lyrics under each line of tablature. Most tunes use the gDGBD tuning. But to understand it, you just need to understand the concepts, which is what we’ll cover here. NOV 20, 2020; 28th of January (TOTW) 28th of January (TOTW) Now, if we were to just finger these notes and leave the 4th and 1st strings open, we’d have DADD. Evie’s version for clawhammer banjo is in C major tuning, which is slightly different than double C tuning, with the first string tuned up to E from D. Evie’s playing on “I Love My Honey” is based on a steady fast bum-ditty rhythm with her thumb hitting the banjo head on the downbeats. But, understanding a bit of that logic can actually make your life easier as a musician. We find those sounds appealing because there’s an order in the way they’re put together. This book is a collection of 217 tablatures I wrote to supplement my book, A Systematic Approach to Clawhammer Banjo. Strum the banjo, and you’ve got the C major chord. So, here are all of the chords in the key of C. Again, the notes of the chord are highlighted in blue. Genre: Old Time Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time Key: C Tuning: Double C (gCGCD) Difficulty: Intermediate Posted by dbrooks, updated: 2/7/2010 Download: PDF Notes: This is tab written by Tom Berghan based on the ABC version of Coleman's March by … for full listings. For example, let’s find the I, IV, and V chord in the key of G in standard G tuning. Click here, or on the book image below, to get it. In Part 1 of the Essentials of Music Theory for the Clawhammer Banjoist, it’s all about keys, scales, and chords. Now, let’s try playing the F major scale, again entirely by ear. The Level 2 The closest chord tone to our open 2nd string is the D note, found at the 3rd fret. There are hundreds of tabs in my collection. Most clawhammer banjo players play Soldier's Joy either by tuning to Double C tuning: GCGCD or Open C tuning: GCGCE, and then capo to the 2nd fret in order to be playing in D. I have included a Double C tuning banjo melody tab in the attachments. Here’s what each of those scales look like on the keyboard, with the notes of each scale marked in blue. You can absolutely make great music without ever knowing – in a formalized sense – what those rules are. You actually have a sophisticated internal sense of music theory, which you’ve been learning (thanks to the magic of subconscious pattern recognition) all of your life. That being said, there is one C tuning that is much more chord friendly if you're willing to spend the time to get comfortable with it. Zip file includes midi and text file. That’s why you’ll be learning great new tunes and song throughout the course that are tailored exactly to your evolving skill level.. Written by Cliff Carlisle, a country singer who gained considerable fame in the 1930s with suggestive, animal-themed ditties, Tom Cat Blues tells of the escapades of a promiscuous feline.. But first, let’s be sure that we all understand exactly the whole point of chords. This is unlike the guitar, where the standard tuning is not “open” (if you strum the open strings of a guitar in its standard tuning, it’ll sound quite terrible), which allows the guitarist to play in any key out of this tuning. Armed with the rules of chord construction, you can now find any chord you want on the banjo fretboard; however, where we find those chords will depend on the particular tuning we’re in. You use this tuning for the old-time favorite “Soldier’s Joy.” 80 Kb per image) To View Online: Click the links. You’ll note that the open 2nd through 5th strings are all Gs and Cs. And every key has its own particular set of notes. We’ll be building the fundamentals first, and then learning how to apply them to specific situations on the banjo. But I think reviewing these concepts is almost always a good thing. If you’re playing a song in a given key, these are the notes you’ll be using (with occasional exceptions). And since an E note is 2 half steps up from a D, we’ll find it at the 2nd fret. Music that fits within those rules you find pleasing. Let’s take the example of the C, F, and G major chords. These 7 notes are the scale in that key. The most convenient location to find it is at the 4th fret on both the 1st and 4th string. An original song by Bart Veerman; Homesteader's Reel Melodic Another alternative here, which will also give you all 3 notes of the full D Major chord, is to leave the 4th string open, like this: As you can see, knowing a bit of music theory, and how chords are constructed, gives you several options you might not have realized were available to you. And if anything is still unclear after going through this, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me. All that’s left is for us to find our E note. So, a fully fingered D chord looks like this: And we’re playing the notes F#ADF#. Lastly, our open 1st is a D, like the 4th string, so once again we’ll grab an E note at the 2nd string. As you may know, the two tunings I spend the most time in are standard G and double C. Standard G tuning, gDGBD, is used for songs in the key of G. Double C tuning, gCGCD, is used for songs in the key of C. If we wish to play songs in other keys but still use the same tuning relationship between the strings as these tunings (and not have to alter the way we play the tune in any way), we must use a capo, which we’ll discuss more about in a bit. And what harmony notes sound good played alongside the melody changes as the song goes on. So now we’re fingering a C chord, EGCE (strings 1-4). It looks like this: These are essentially all the notes in the “Western Chromatic Scale”, so this is the set of possibilites you’re choosing from when you’re playing music on the banjo (though if you’re playing a FRETLESS instrument, you can choose to play sounds in between these scale notes). Banjo tuning for the song was gCGCD or Double C tuning. Notice something? Second, clawhammer banjo is just a technique – a technique that can be used to play any style of music you choose. But let’s not worry about the notes just yet, let’s just try to play the “do-re-mi” part again using only our ears as a guide. 2) I’ll only be covering the parts that are USEFUL (and that’s not a contradiction in terms!). With this little exercise, we’ve illustrated that each key has its own distinct notes of its scale. You just need this if you want to write or talk about music theory, as these labels help create a common language. Music theory simply explains the logic behind those rules. Music that doesn’t you find unpleasant (unless you’ve cultivated unusual tastes). For this example, however, I’ve put the words “clawhammer” or “claw” so you can see how the rhythm of the clawhammer … Inspirational and heart-lifting, I can't recommend this podcast (or Banjo Hangout) enough. Other tunings used in this book are gCGCD and gDGCD. We’ve covered a bit of theory in some of the other modules, so if you’ve been through those, some of this may be a review. Most of the following songs are arranged in 3 levels for clawhammer banjo. The F major chord consists of the notes F, A, and C. And the G major chord consists of the notes G, B, and D. And then let’s look at the notes of the C major scale again: As you can see, all of the notes in the C, F, and G major chords are contained within the C major scale, since these are all acceptable chords in the key of C. So here are the notes of those chords again, now in the color blue, inside the scale sequence: Do you notice the rule of chord creation here? If your song uses the I, IV, and V in the key of D, for example, and you decide to switch to playing it in the key of E, you’ll still be playing the I, IV, and V chords – in the key of E. So we can use this understanding to our advantage. This will also be true if you’ve had any prior exposure to the subject. Neither you nor I would enjoy it very much. For this song, I tend to play the same thing on the banjo both while backing up the vocal line and when “solo-ing”. Meredith Moon - Cumberland Gap (Clawhammer Banjo) - YouTube song arrangements usually start with the basic Level 1 arrangement and add the techniques learned in the Level 2 tutorials. You’ll notice that we’re missing the 2nd note, the F#, of our full chord. A scale is the set of notes that define a particular key. These songs typically deal with prison chain gangs or railroad construction. And, just as we only really have 7 primary notes to choose from when playing in any particular key, we also only have 7 primary chords to choose from when playing in any particular key. Clawhammer Banjo Tutorials By learning the information taught in these tutorials you should be able to play any of the clawhammer arrangements on this site. (TABrite file) Can only be viewed with TABrite. Every piece of music that we play is usually just a combination of 3 elements: melody, harmony, and rhythm. Now, for much of banjo playing, especially clawhammer style, memorizing scales isn’t that useful, and so the return on investment is low. So, in double C tuning, all we must do to finger a C major chord is finger the 1st string at the 2nd fret. concentrate on the Level 1 lessons as well as the Level 1 arrangements. Let’s now try creating a D major scale. Those chords would be G major, C major, and D major. One definition for music is “organized sound”. Disorganized sound, on the other hand, we call noise. Arranged by Dave Douglass; For A Friend Clawhammer style. Repeat anything enough times, and what may seem inscrutable and foreign at first will become simple and familiar. Now we’ve found our 3 note chord. Two groups are on this page -- one for tunes which have been featured on Banjo Hangout's old time Tune of the Week since 2008, plus more recently on Instagram and Facebook's Clawhammer Rules, and the other has various old-time tunes not in the Tune of the Week. How exactly do you figure out the allowable notes in a particular key? Just start with any note on the banjo fretboard, and play the “do-re-mi” scale. This week’s song, first published in 1841 in the book “Vocal Melodies of Scotland” and with a reach that has since extended far beyond its geographic origin, has been one of the most often requested over the years. To make this as practical as possible, I’m going to center this discussion of theory primarily around the specific situations where it can be useful for a banjo player. The songs range from fast and tapping-inducing to mellow and relaxing. The notes you’re playing are DGBD. G tuning is very chord friendly and Double C tuning isn't (not to say it can't be done). Which means, when trying to find the chord progression for any song, these are the 7 primary chords you can choose from (there are additional modifications that can be made to these chords to give them a slightly different sound, and how much you do this type of thing depends largely on the style of music you’re playing; regardless, these 7 chords will always be your starting point). Your practice time is typically better spent elsewhere. Again, we’ll start on a D, and play “do-re-mi”. Years of listening to music has trained our brains to do so. But there’s a couple of things I want you to keep in mind: 1) It’s probably not nearly as complicated as you think. Deerwalk (pdf file) Clawhammer style. Yes, the early clawhammer banjoists in the Appalachian south had a core body of tunes they played in this style. So, if you’re looking to provide harmony for a melody (as a backup musician, etc. This podcast is fantastic for those who love to listen to the old-time and frailing/clawhammer styles of the banjo. Play a D scale on the 1st string and we have: Again, here you can apply the rule, or just use your ear. (approx. Strangely enough, I actually enjoy talking about this stuff! I played an instrumental-only version (in the tuning of ) as part of the Steve Martin’s clawhammer … Lastly, it’s not important that you memorize the material here. (Capo at the second fret and you are in the key of D!) Learn drop thumb / double thumbing, clucking and more on the open back banjo! And that’s a really good place to start. So let’s get started. The harmonies are the notes that sound good when played alongside the melody notes. Here’s what that sounds like: [f major scale]. Now that we understand the rule of scale creation, we can also understand the rule of chord creation. Our open 2nd string is tuned to a B, so the closest chord note is the C note, just one half step away at the 1st fret. All music, from classical to jazz to punk to old time is just regular vibrations of air molecules put together in ways we find appealing. To find the pattern, what we need to focus in on are the spaces, or the gaps, in the keyboard between the notes. The very concept of “music theory” is associated with a lot of baggage. Like the subject of math or science, many folks have talked themselves out of understanding before they even take a real shot at it, in so doing depriving themselves of the benefits that come with that understanding. Double C tuning. To find the notes of a scale by ear, simply start with the first (or “root”) and pick out the “do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do” series. This also means that the tuning is intended to be played in a specific key. The bits of theory that aren’t practical, that are more about intellectual curiosity and truth seeking, are primarily the domain of academicians (though feel free to dig further on your own into the esoterica should you so desire!). The melody is just the sequence of notes in the tune. Each note in the scale refers to a string that vibrates at a specific rate. Now, as we did with the scales, let’s look at a few chords and see if we can extract the rule of chord creation. Since that D note that the open 1st string is tuned to isn’t part of our chord, let’s find it there. Double C tuning - CH on Wildwood banjo. Why, you ask, are some chords represented as a capitalized number, and some as lower case? Copyright 2020 - Brainjo LLC, Owner of clawhammerbanjo.net What we have now is known as a partial chord, as it contains only two notes of the chord. To illustrate, let’s return to the piano keyboard again: So let’s create our C major scale. If we start with C, then play the white keys until we get to the next C, we get the “do-re-mi….” scale. Now, these are far from the only places on the fretboard where you can play these chords. E (g#EBEF #) (double-C capoed at the fourth fret) First Night in Leadville (Western Gem first) Ladies’ Fancy . That’s it! Now we know that every key has a set of chords that sound good in that key, and those chords are constructed from just the notes of the scale. If you are a beginner, just concentrate on the Level 1 lessons as well as the Level 1 arrangements. This means the strings are tuned to a particular chord. Just the word “theory” is enough to cause some folks to run for the hills. One of those is the song Freight Train, which she wrote at the age of 14. This is why the numbering system is so useful, because it’s a universal system for talking about a chord progression, irrespective of the particular key that you’re in. Summary: Top 100 Clawhammer and Old-Time Songs banjo songs which Banjo Hangout members have uploaded to the website. Conveniently, these can all be found on the open strings of the banjo in this tuning. Now, those of you who have any piano background likely know that the notes of the C major scale are simply the white keys of the piano. And a chord is just 3 or more notes that, when played together, sound pleasing (2 notes played together that sound pleasing is called a partial chord). Let’s now look at these examples to see if there’s a pattern to it – a pattern that will reveal the rule of scale creation. Visit Website ... (totw 1/10/2020). Banjo Hangout Top 100 Clawhammer and Old-Time Songs. As I said earlier, all music has 3 main elements: melody, harmony, and rhythm. You can also find the notes of the scale by applying the rule of scale creation. Our open 3rd string is tuned to a G, so we can just leave it alone since it’s already a chord note. 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