Class 5-323 - Assignments

This is where you will find homework that has been assigned to your class.  It will be your responsibility to keep up to date with this work because all students will be expected to perform at the concert.  Each guitarist will be assigned one part from each song and the class will play all parts together as a group.

Amazing Grace (Melody)

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Amazing Grace
(Easy Melody)

 

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The melody of this song, originally called, "New Britain", was first published in 1829 but was not attributed to any composer.  It combines two earlier melodies ("Gallaher" and "St. Mary") and was joined with a poem by poet John Newton to form the song we know today as "Amazing Grace.  

 

It is presented in both tabliture and standard notation.

The melody of this song, originally called, "New Britain", was first published in 1829 but was not attributed to any composer.  It combines two earlier melodies ("Gallaher" and "St. Mary") and was joined with a poem by poet John Newton to form the song we know today as "Amazing Grace.  

 

It is presented in both tabliture and standard notation.

Amazing Grace (Bass)

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This is the accompanying bass guitar part for "Ode To Joy".  It is simpler than the melody and represents the minimum requirements for this assignment.  It may be played on strings 3 and 4 of the electric bass or on strings 5 and 6 of your acoustic guitar. 

 

It is presented in both tabliture and standard notation.

Amazing Grace- Video Examples

Amazing Grace - Melody

Amazing Grace - Bass

Amazing Grace - Melody + Bass

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