Re: [Harp-L] HarmoniCollege 2016 classes announced and more
I like Dave Payne. He is an advocate for the Chord Harp
On Sunday, February 14, 2016, Gary Lehmann <gnarlyheman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> And the return of Dave Payne!
> Mighty temptingâ
> Sent from my iPhone
> > On Feb 14, 2016, at 11:45 AM, Mike Wilbur <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > I would second that emotion !
> > I was at the " Diamond Teeth " do daa a few years ago to spend time with
> Phil Wiggins
> > and enjoy the town of Huntington.
> > There I met Jim Rumbaugh and witnessed his enthusiasm.
> > Wish my schedule allowed me a trip up to study with Jim n Jason
> > Mike Wilbur
> >> The Huntington [West Virginia] Harmonica Club continues to be one of
> the most dynamic small-city harmonica clubs anywhere. Kudos to Jim Rumbaugh
> and all the folks in Huntington!
> >> WVa Bob
> >> ________________________________________
> >> Sent: Saturday, February 13, 2016 4:50 PM
> >> Subject: [Harp-L] HarmoniCollege 2016 classes announced and more
> >> HarmoniCollege 2016 and Guitarniversity April 1 & 2 in Huntington, WV
> >> Here is the official list of classes for HarmoniCollege 2016 and (new)
> >> For the first time, we will be offering extended session classes for
> Jason Ricciâs classes
> >> For the first time, we are offering classes for guitar.
> >> David Payne will be returning to teach a class and help Jason.
> >> $70 covers lessons, food, and jams.
> >> EXTENDED SESSIONS by Jason Ricci
> >> 9 to noon
> >> The Minor Pentatonic Scale/Scales: How and why (choosing scales)
> >> Melody: (Root Notes) Understanding the I, IV, V chord change and 12
> bar blues progression.
> >> LUNCH
> >> 1 to 2:45
> >> Rhythm pitched percussion/rhythmic thinking with limited melody.
> >> 3 to 5
> >> Harmony
> >> A). Basic harmonic thinking.
> >> B.) How scales can involve harmonic thinking.
> >> C.) The difference between major and minor.
> >> D.) Basic blues chord structure.
> >> SHORT SESSIONS running opposite EXTENDED SESSIONS
> >> 9 am to 9:45
> >> Jim Rumbaugh (harp) 3rd position, an intro for beginnerâs
> >> Tom Cannon (guitar) Playing Up the Neck. Includes reviewing/learning
> the fretboard with shortcuts to finding notes up the neck
> >> 10 am to 10:45
> >> Jim Rumbaugh (harp) octaves to do chords in 1,4,5 or 1, 6, 4,5 and 1
> 7d, 6d, 5 songs
> >> Tom Cannon (guitar) Learning Chord Positions using the CAGED system
> >> 11 am to 11:45
> >> Jim (harp) Intro to Blow Bends with 1st Position Blues Scale (a very
> NOISY class)
> >> Tom Cannon (guitar) Intro to Finger Style We will learn using
> "Blowin' in the Wind"
> >> LUNCH
> >> 1 pm to 1:45
> >> David Payne (harp) Playing Chords on a Diatonic Harmonica
> >> Chris Sutton (guitar) Intro to Advance Chord Patterns ie basic
> >> 2 pm to 2:45
> >> Jim Rumbaugh (harp) 12th position, an intro for beginnerâs
> >> Chris Sutton (guitar) Intro to Slide with attention on damping strings
> on slide hand
> >> 3 pm to 3:45
> >> Jim Rumbaugh (harp) Vibrato via hand, throat, diaphragm, jaw, lip
> >> Tom Cannon (guitar) Soloing the Blues using Minor Pentatonic( i will
> take it up a level if class is advanced enough)
> >> 4 pm to 4:45
> >> Jim Rumbaugh (harp) Using 5th position for the songs Little Wing and
> Watch Tower
> >> Tom Cannon (guitar) learning songs for the nightly jams including
> basic interpretation of following I-IV-V pattern ie what that means
> >> For more information go to www.hhcwv.com or www.theharmonicaclub.com
> >> If you want to stay on campus, we still have one bed available for $125
> (3 beds are in the room). A total of $195 with cover food, lodging and
> >> ----------
> >> theharmonicaclub.com (of Huntington, WV)
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