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9 Ukulele Chord Study Videos - All Chords at The End of The Neck Backing Tracks!

Grade Levels
3rd - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool
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MP4 Files - 9 Ukulele Backing Track Videos - 12 Bar Blues in 9 Keys

These 9 Ukulele Backing Track Videos display large videos of the Chord Progressions in a 12 Bar Blues, and the Chord Charts alongside them. Each video is designed to have no rhythmic specification to help your students focus solely on Chord Execution, and Chord Switching. The 9 Ukulele Backing Track Videos include:

1. 12 Bar Blues in C - Major Chords

2. 12 Bar Blues in G - Major Chords

3. 12 Bar Blues in D - Major Chords

4. 12 Bar Blues in G - Minor Chords

5. 12 Bar Blues in A - Minor Chords

6. 12 Bar Blues in D - Minor Chords

7. 12 Bar Blues in A - Major & 7 Chords

8. 12 Bar Blues in E - 7 Chords

9. 12 Bar Blues in E - Minor Chords

These 9 Ukulele Backing Track Videos should be presented to your students in the order listed above. The order of each key allows students to have 1 or 2 Chords they are familiar with while advancing to the next 12 Bar Blues when learned in this order. The tempo also gradually increases from between 70 BPM to 100 BPM in the order listed above as well. I highly recommend you present these to your students in order when utilizing this resource! Please note you need internet access to play these videos!


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9 pages
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