Intermediate Level – This love theme from the western uses mostly open chords and has a slow waltz feel. It can be played with flatpick or fingers. Arranged by Tony Mandracchia.
Butch Cassidy Love Theme
Butch Cassidy Love Theme
This song-based lesson includes our standard set of learning materials, including three PDF documents and three (and sometimes four) video tutorials. A short preview of the Performance Video for this lesson is shown below:
Your Included Documents:
Read Me First
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Our unique chord chart shows you each chord, and in proper playing order for the song.
Your Included Tutorials:
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Slowed Performance Video
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Each arranger goes through a step by step explanation of how to play the song, including alternate fingerings, right and left hand techniques for performing, and more. There are no harmony and theory lectures. Our goal is always for you to spend more time playing and less time learning. (We like harmony and theory, but we’re focusing on playing here.)
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- We suggest viewing all the videos to familiarize yourself with the sound and shapes of the song. Then work through the chords on the chord chart and practice any chords that may be unfamiliar. This process will help accelerate learning to play the song.
- Work with the explanation file to learn the song in small sequential “chunks.” A “chunk” may be a few chords, or a phrase, or whatever feels natural for YOU. Work at a slow tempo and keep adding chunks. You can gradually increase the tempo when replaying the sections.
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