About minor triads in lower positions
During this course you will learn all twelve one octave minor triads in the lower positions. We will explore all the aspects of musical knowledge and technique involved playing these major triads on the lower part of the double bass.
The skills and techniques you learn from this course will stay with you and will be a valuable guide in your future endeavours of playing the acoustic bass.
We hope to be of help as you establish your musical and technical foundations and wish you great success with your double bass playing!
What you will learn from this course
These concepts and skills:
- Using the natural minor scale structure to establish the notes of a triad and learning these notes
- Locating notes on the fingerboard
- Shifting between positions and wide intervals
- Leaping between positions using open strings
- Playing in tune and learning ways to check intonation
- Adjusting finger patterns to gain a logical fingering
- Alternate finger patterns to be able to play the same run different ways
- Recognizing common finger patterns
- Basic reading skills as you have read through the sheet music
What is included in minor triads in lower positions
This course contains:
- 15 lessons
- 15 videos (totalling over 2 hours)
- 14 sheets of accompanying music
- 12 playalong tracks
- A free 30 minute consultation lesson online
Second And Third Interim Position
Third And Fourth Interim Position
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