CarlWestman wrote:File this under "I don't know what the %#$^% I'm doing."
Me too Carl, me too!
Laura Staats wrote:The A harmonic minor scale has a G sharp in it instead of a G natural, which is the note that we change to turn an Em chord into and E chord.
So I wrote another four bars and I put a G sharp in the last one. Feel free to ignore, that is, anybody can carry on from where the previous post left off, since I've already contributed a bar for this game. I wouldn't want to break the rules. That said, there's not been much action on this thread.
Laura, what notation software are you using? I've tried to notate the game so far with 'MuseScore' but I've been unable to figure out how to save it as an image file. It saved as a PDF, ok, and a screenshot in WordPad, ok, but nothing that I can attach here!
I'm playing a half bar in fifth position. The open fifth string A
is the whole note in unison with; A
first string fifth fret, E
second string fifth fret, C
third string fifth fret, A
fourth string seventh fret, B
open second string, C
third string fifth fret, B
open second string, A
fourth string (Campanella
Next bar, is in third position, C
on fifth string third fret is the whole note in unison with; G
first string, E
second string, D
second string, C
third string, B
Next bar is a partial F major 7th, I think (?), F
on the sixth string is the whole note in unison with, first string open E
on second string, A
on third, C
on second, B
My last bar is sixth string open E
followed by; E
on fourth string, G sharp
on third string, B
on open second, and high E
on first, twelfth fret... why not?