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Christmas Songs for Guitar - Sing & Play famous Christmas Songs

teacher avatar Jakob Puchmayr, Musician, Feldenkrais Teacher

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Lessons in This Class

62 Lessons (1h 41m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:06
    • 2. Chord D-Major (D)

      0:18
    • 3. Chord A7

      0:16
    • 4. Strumming in 3/4 - Pattern 1

      1:09
    • 5. Oh Christmas Tree - Demo

      0:31
    • 6. Oh Christmas Tree - Chords & Strumming

      2:07
    • 7. Oh Christmas Tree - Playalong

      0:32
    • 8. Oh Christmas Tree - Tips on Singing

      2:14
    • 9. Chord G-Major (G)

      0:19
    • 10. Strumming in 4/4 - Pattern 1

      0:27
    • 11. Auld Lang Syne - Demo

      0:46
    • 12. Auld Lang Syne - Chords & Strumming

      4:01
    • 13. Auld Lang Syne - Playalong

      0:47
    • 14. Auld Lang Syne - Tips on Singing

      3:24
    • 15. Chord A-Major (A)

      0:18
    • 16. Chord E-Major (E)

      0:18
    • 17. Joy to the World - Demo

      0:43
    • 18. Joy to the World - Chords & Strumming

      3:58
    • 19. Joy to the World - Playalong

      0:48
    • 20. Joy to the World - Tips on Singing

      2:52
    • 21. Strumming in 6/8 - Pattern 1

      0:30
    • 22. Silent Night - Demo

      0:52
    • 23. Silent Night - Chords & Strumming

      3:24
    • 24. Silent Night - Playalong

      0:53
    • 25. Silent Night - Tips on Singing

      2:32
    • 26. Chord E7

      0:14
    • 27. Go, tell it on the Mountain - Demo

      0:49
    • 28. Go, tell it on the Mountain - Chords & Strumming

      4:46
    • 29. Go, tell it on the Mountain - Playalong

      0:54
    • 30. Go, tell it on the Mountain - Tips on Singing

      3:27
    • 31. Chord E-minor (Em)

      0:14
    • 32. Chord D7

      0:18
    • 33. Chord C

      0:18
    • 34. Chord G7

      0:19
    • 35. Jolly old Saint Nicholas - Demo

      0:39
    • 36. Jolly old Saint Nicholas - Chords & Strumming

      4:47
    • 37. Jolly old Saint Nicholas - Playalong

      0:44
    • 38. Jolly old Saint Nicholas - Tips on Singing

      2:33
    • 39. Jingle Bells - Demo

      1:25
    • 40. Jingle Bells - Chords & Strumming

      6:03
    • 41. Jingle Bells - Playalong

      1:43
    • 42. Jingle Bells - Tips on Singing

      3:44
    • 43. Chord F#-minor (F#m)

      0:23
    • 44. Strumming in 3/4 - Pattern 2

      0:30
    • 45. The First Noel - Demo

      0:51
    • 46. The First Noel - Chords & Strumming

      4:54
    • 47. The First Noel - Playalong

      0:53
    • 48. The First Noel - Tips on Singing

      4:36
    • 49. Chord A-minor (Am)

      0:21
    • 50. Chord F-Major (F)

      0:22
    • 51. We wish you a Merry Christmas - Demo

      0:30
    • 52. We wish you a Merry Christmas - Chords & Strumming

      3:46
    • 53. We wish you a Merry Christmas - Playalong

      0:34
    • 54. We wish you a Merry Christmas - Tips on Singing

      3:21
    • 55. Strumming in 4/4 - Pattern 2

      0:28
    • 56. Strumming in 4/4 - Pattern 3

      0:29
    • 57. Deck the Halls - Demo

      0:34
    • 58. Deck the Halls - Chords & Strumming

      5:50
    • 59. Deck the halls playalong fertig

      0:40
    • 60. Deck the Halls - Tips on Singing

      3:01
    • 61. Class Project

      0:27
    • 62. Conclusion - Thank you!

      0:42
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About This Class

Welcome to my course Christmas Songs for Guitar!

In this course I will teach you how to sing and play 10 famous Christmas songs. This course is great for everybody who likes to play the guitar and sing. The level ranges from beginner to intermediate - I will teach a few easy songs with only 2-3 chords and also more advanced songs.

What will you learn?

- 13 Chords

- 6 Strumming Patterns

- 10 Songs

   ... Oh Christmas Tree (2 Chords)

   ... Auld Lang Syne (3 Chords)

   ... Joy to the World (3 Chords)

   ... Silent Night (3 Chords)

   ... Go, tell it on the Mountain (4 Chords)

   ... The first Noel (5 Chords)

   ... Jolly Old Saint Nicholas (6 Chords)

   ... Jingle Bells (6 Chords)

   ... Deck the Halls (6 Chords)

   ... We wish you a Merry Christmas (7 Chords)

To take this course you only need a guitar (preferably an acoustic or classical guitar, but you could also use an electric guitar to play the songs).

If you already know some basic chords, this will be an advantage for you, but even, if you consider yourself as a total beginner, you can at least learn the easier songs in this course.

Have fun with the course!

Yours, Jakob

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Jakob Puchmayr

Musician, Feldenkrais Teacher

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Hello, my name is Jakob.

I'm an Austrian guitar & ukulele teacher, vocal coach and Feldenkrais Practitioner. I'm currently teaching in two schools in Upper Austria and I also offer private lessons in person and online.
I graduated from Mozarteum University in Salzburg, where I studied classical guitar and voice pedagogy.
Later on I became a certified Feldenkrais practitioner and graduated at the Feldenkrais Institut in Vienna.

As a musician I've traveled the world and have performed in Austria, Germany, Italy, England, France, Turkey and Indonesia.

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1. Introduction: Hillary toughens up there and welcome to the course Christmas songs for the top. If you want to be the star of the next Christmas party, or if you want to make music together with your family, or if you just want to play a few Christmas students to enjoy yourself. And this is a perfect course for you because in this course, I will teach you how to see in place some of the most popular Prisma SaaS. The great thing about this course is that it is suitable for all levels. So whether you've just started to play the guitar or if you're already an experienced player, you would find an appropriate song tutorials because in this course, arbitrage some very easy songs with only 23 courts and also some advanced science. The course also comes along with some PDF documents and they contain, for example, courts and lyrics and she music. So you will be provided with plenty of practice material. So I would make sure that you were MAY fast progress and you would be able to learn the songs in detail. So greater guitar involves this class right now, and I'm looking forward to seeing you inside. Let's get started playing Christmas songs. 2. Chord D-Major (D): To play the D major, we have to place your first finger on the second fret of the G string. The third finger goes on the third fret of the B string. And the second thing I get is on the second fret of the high E string. 3. Chord A7: To play a set of code, you have to place the first thing on the second fret of the D string, and the second finger on the second fret of the D string. 4. Strumming in 3/4 - Pattern 1: Strumming pattern number one in the 3, 4 time signature sounds like this. Down, down, up, down, up. And if we counted would be 12, then three event. So that's k is u times 12312, then three, then 12312, then three, then two, then three, then two, then three and such or a practice. And I'll see you soon. Starting there. And one is a 3, 4 timesing. It just sounds like this. Down, down, up, down, up. And if we can't get rid of it will be 1, 2, then 3, that. So let's paint a few times. You can join it with me. If you are to 123, then two, then three, then it's down, down, up, down, up, down, down, up, down, up 1, 2, and 3, and 1, 2 and 3, and ensure a practice. And I'll see you soon again. 6. Oh Christmas Tree - Chords & Strumming: In this lesson, I would like to show you the course and a strumming pattern that you will need to play the song, the Christmas tree. So we have two holes in the song, and these calls are the D major chord with your first third, second fingers, and the A7 chord with your first second fear. The song is written in a 34 times sigma j. The strumming pattern that I be using goes down, down, up, down, up. Or in other words, if you want to count it would be 123. And now let's take a look at the song, at the core changes. And we start with two measures of D. So we go 123123 and then change to A7. In this case, make sure to practice it with a small movement of the chord change. So fingers 12, they need to do a little jumpy movements to the A7 position. So we play a seven, we go 123 and prepare the ring finger while doing this, and then jump back and place the rinsing into the deep position. 1, 2, 3 at next part of the song, 1232 measures of a sudden small job with helix and middle. 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3. Prepare the wing finger 123. And now the last part, two measures of D again, 123123 and jump 121231. At the end of the last measure, I add another downstroke on the next one to make it clear that the song is over. So it's always good to finish a song on a downstroke because this would make it clear that the SOM is finished now and it had a 3, 4 time signature. I recommend to doing this on the one. So you play the last measure, 1231, and then you finish off the sun like this. So in the next video, I have a plane up for you that you can use to practice these core changes. Have fun with it. 7. Oh Christmas Tree - Playalong: 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3, then 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3, 1, 2 and 3 type 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1. 8. Oh Christmas Tree - Tips on Singing: In this lesson, I would like to give you some tips on seeing. The first important thing is to find a starting at the first node you're going to see. And you can try to do the startling the D major cause, oh, Christmas tree. Oh Chris story. Maybe you can find the starting of bias into the core. We can also play the individual fifth string, which is the lowest eight or more Christmas tree. And adjusting that node, this will be the first you're signing of the song. Then we also have to know that this sum starts with an API. This means we don't start playing the guitar right away, but we join in on the Christmas tree. So we always some without the exam or Christmas tree. And on the Christmas tree our Shanghai and starts. And finally, we must know where the chord changes take place. And I always recommend underlining the versus syllables way have to change the course. I've really done this for your wife, a PDF documents. I would like to guide you through the whole song and show you exactly why you need to change the courts. So first note, or Christmas tree. For Christmas tree, the leaves, the leaves which age to a seven, the leaves are so change and other changing. We come back to the change. Not only free plans. On the summer, we go to a seven. So it's called and on the call we have vector B, cool. And three, oh Christmas tree, Oh Christmas tree. The leaves. And again on leaves like before we change to a set of stars. And other changing with respect to the change in a. And we add another downstroke to finish off the song. So hope you guys enjoyed this lesson and LLP would enjoy your practice session. And I'm looking forward to seeing you very soon again in one of my next video. Bye. 9. Chord G-Major (G): To play the G major course, you place your second thing on the third fret of the E string. The first thing on the second fret of the a string, and the fourth or third finger on the third fret of the high E string. 10. Strumming in 4/4 - Pattern 1: Strumming pattern one in the 4, 4 time signature goes like this. Down, down, up, up, down, down, up. Or if you count the relive, it would be 1, 2, 3, 4. And so just k a few times, 123412341234 and enjoy it and I'll see you soon again. 11. Auld Lang Syne - Demo: Ooh, way to speak for God had brought to my two all the way to a 100. It's PV for God, say so forth. That so far for my Tia, for all of this yet, for lower row of voters. 12. Auld Lang Syne - Chords & Strumming: In this lesson, I would like to show you the courts and the strumming pattern and that will lead to play some boldness sign. So the three holes in the song, and these are the D major goal with your first third, second thing. And then we have the A7 chord with your first second thing. And at the G major chord with your second, third, or fourth, or any other scenery that you might lie in. The shopping pattern that I'm using is in the 4, 4 time signature and it hadn't goes down, down, up, down, down, up. Or if you want to count or the play would be 1, 2, and 3, 4 end. So now let's take a closer look at the complete song, and let's take a look at all the code changes in detail. So we start in D major with a full measure and we go 1234, and now we change to a seven, in this case Mitchel, to perform a small movement with index and middle finger. They can actually stay together. So this is a little extra tip that you can do, a 71234 and back to the same thing. I leave the two fingers together to make a small change, 1234 and now changed. Before doing this, I prepare the little finger and then index and we'll jump to the G position. And 34. And now we'll jump back to D, 1, 2, 3, 4 and change to a 71234. And in the next measure we have two holes. So we go to G major, 1234 and Zombie 3, we change back to a seven, again, 1234. And now change should be again 1, 2, 3, 4 and an hour. The second half of the Samba whole core change progression is actually repeated. So again we have D major 1234 and change to a 7, 2 and 3, 4 and back to D 1, 2 and 3 prepare for the Gene. 1, 2, then 3, 4, and back to the again 1, 2, 3, 4 and change today, 7234. Now again, we have two quotes within a measure. So first of all, g 2 and 3 is 7, 4, and the last measure we play, D 12. And in this measure I actually finished on the three because it's always good to finish on it outstrip when he finishes on. So in this case, it makes sense not to play the full strumming pattern, which ASCO, 1, 2, and 3. Finally, evidence of extra tip for you. And this is for those of you who struggle with the G chord. So for some people, the G-code is quite difficult. And one thing you can do is to simplify this quote by just playing this upper nodes. So you just need your full thing or third finger, I really like today the G chord. And make sure when you're struggling to only hit the bottom four strings. So when you change from D to G, for example, it would be, That's obviously a lot easier than doing this. This change is not quite well for you yet. Just makes the G-code easier. Same thing for a set of A7 and G seven again. So that's an easy way to simplify this. So for progression in the next video, have a gain on for you that you can use to play and practice these code changes and the strumming pattern. So I'm looking forward to seeing you there. 13. Auld Lang Syne - Playalong: 1, 2, and 3, 4, 1, 2 and 3 for them, 12341234123412341234123412, then 34123412341234123412341234123 for value 23. 14. Auld Lang Syne - Tips on Singing: In this lesson, I'd like to give you some tips on seeing. First of all, it is important to find your starting at the first level you're going to see and you can try to find it. But layman, D major wars. Sure. Oh, maybe you can find it by x into the court should all acquaintance. Or you can also play the individual fifth string, which is node a. And I just think that note row 0. So that's how it is that we also have to know that this sum starts with an athlete. This means we don't start playing the guitar right away, Joining with a strong pattern on the old. So this is how it sounds. Should all waned, has, so the shirt is sung without the guitar. Finally, we need to take a close look at all the code changes. And I like underlining the words and symbols way has to change course. So I recommend that you do this as well. And in fact, I've already done this for you in one of the PDF documents, so please check this out and practice with that. Now let me show you all the core changes in detail. We go through the whole song. First note should show all the weight is. On the B, we change to a seven, the four, and on the narrow view of x to d again, to find another minute change to G. The next old we come back to D major or the Kool-Aid. So here it is similar to before. On the V, we go to a seven. The four on the days will go to g of 0 on 0 we go to a 7 o. And all the sudden we go to d psi. So let's do this and so forth. For all xy on the next time you go to a seven. The four ohms on the next all we got back to D again. The next time we go to G, we undertake, we'll come back to d, say chi on the kindness. Go to a seven. As you see ads for holes on the old go to G. 0. Lag of the lecture is seven things. And on the side vector v. So let's see the elegant and finish on the one on the three, sorry, with a downstroke on the three, psi 3. So if you guys enjoyed this lesson and I'm looking forward to see you very soon again, one of my future videos, goodbye. 15. Chord A-Major (A): To play the a major accordingly to face your first thing on the second fret of the D string. The second thing on the second fret of the G string, and the third finger on the second fret of the B string. 16. Chord E-Major (E): To play a chord E major, you need to place the second thing on the second fret of the a string. The third thing on the second fret of the D string. And the first thing under the threat of the G string. 17. Joy to the World - Demo: True or the holes. And has three CB, the comics between atoms having a to C a match. It's kind of an a to Z. And a C. 18. Joy to the World - Chords & Strumming: In this lesson, I would like to show you the courts and strumming pattern that you will need to pay some joy to the words. We have three calls in the zone and this goes out a major goal with your first, second, third thing. And then we have the E major goal with your second 31st year. And the D major goal with your thirst. Third, second thing, and it's always really the 4, 4 time signature and the strumming pattern that I'm using goes down, down, up, down, down, up. Or in other words, if you want to count the rhythm, be 1, 2, 3, 4. And so let's take a look at the whole song at, and look at the chord changes in detail. So first of all, we start with two measures of a, and we go 12341234. And now in the next measure we have two codes and we change on the three. So this is what it sounds. We go 1234 and so on the three, we change to E major. And when you practice is called Change, make sure to leave your middle and ring finger together. So this will make the movement a lot easier because they also stay together in the image or position. To be a major position, you sort of jump with both fingers together. So this will make it easier for you to coordinate. And it will be possible to play this change faster. So if you're not familiar with this color change at just practice that a few times. And that's basically what you have to do. So again, that a player for measure, we go 1234 and now F to a again, 1234 and now change to D. When you change from a to D, Make sure you slide with your ring finger from the second to the third fret. So again, we want to make small movements for change. So we go change to B and one full measure of D, one to M 34. And now we change from D to E major. And in this case you can slide your first finger from the second two-thirds threat, and then you jump with the other two fingers into the E major position. So that's another way to make this call change a little bit easier with a small movements. So the major that we change to E7 in Asia, sorry, and complete measure of E major 1234. And then we spoke about the other change back to a again, 12341234, and now we stay a little bit more in a major, 1234, 123412341234. And next part of the zombie have two measures of a and two measures of IQ. So we go 1234123 for Anna's change, 12341234. And the last part of the song is like the first phrase. We go back to a 1234 and again 234. And now we have again two courts within a measure. And we change again on the three like before. So we have 1, 2, and three full and zone 3 bigger to be 1, 2, 3, 4. And last measure on a 123. And in this measure we finish on a three with a downstroke to make it clear that the song is over, so we don't play the fourth strumming pattern. We only paid until the three. And so we can finish that off with a downstroke 123. So in the next video, I have a plane on for you that you can use to practice these code changes. Have fun with it, and I'm looking forward to seeing you there. 19. Joy to the World - Playalong: one two and three four and one two three four one two three four one two and three four and one two and three four and one two and three four and one two and three four and one two and three four one two three four and one two three four one two and three four one two and three four one two three four and one two three four one two and three four and one two and three four one two three four and one two and three four and one two three four one two and three four and one two and three 20. Joy to the World - Tips on Singing: In this lesson, I would like to give you some tips on seeing. The first and most important tip is to find the starting node, the first node that we get to see. And we can do this by playing the a major chord, which is our first course. And then you can find your bias into the course jaw. And if you don't find it there, you can actually play the third stream with your finger on the second fret. And that's the note, a job. And just sing that note. This will be the first node that you're going to see. Joy too. Then you also have to know where our code changes take place. And I usually like to underline the words and syllables way have to change goals. So you know exactly when you have to play the chord change. And I've done this for years while if a PDF documents now I would like to guide you through the whole song to show you each individual cool change. So we started a That's offers third chakra is first change to images on the is. No, that is not the count. We go straight back to that. The earth, we do it with o to d beta release. So on the sea from the receive we go to E, a and other key, we go to a major gap. Then we've got one measure of a without seeing anything. And that mistake a major for awhile. Three, the Athens had on page and so on the second haven't reached age to E major, this case. Have thes. And the next happen, we go back to the major and age. So let's take a look at the last four changes. The nature would play an a on the day of the chapter, we go to E and then on seeing back to a again each C, and then finish the sum of the three. So you have enjoyed this lesson and have some fun practicing. And I'm looking forward to seeing you there soon again. 21. Strumming in 6/8 - Pattern 1: Strike down to number 1 in 6, 8 time signature sounds like this. Down, down, up, down, up, down, down, up, down, up. Or if we have a rhythm, it would be 123456. And so let's play that through a few types. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, 10123456 and Joe practice. And as you soon again. 22. Silent Night - Demo: We have it's a different agency. Is is is jihad in the ranch? Fence holds. Hello. 23. Silent Night - Chords & Strumming: In this lesson, I would like to show you the courts and the strumming pattern that you will need to play the sound silent night with three calls in the song. And the schools are the same age court with your first second, third thing. And then we have the E major chord with your second, third first thing I do, and the D major chord with your first second thing. And the song is written in a six, a time signature. And the strumming pattern that I'm using goes down, down, up, down, up, down, down, up, down, up. Or if you want to help the BT would be 123456 amps. Now I would like to show you the core changes in the sun. So first of all, we start with a major and we go 123456 and, and again, 123456 and now change to E major. And when you play this chord change, make sure that your middle finger and your ring finger keep touching each other. So they move. Like if you just did one finger, so they keep touching and then move together to the E major position. So this is a, they jumped to the position and the index finger separates in this case. So you can practice this a few times if you want to. And then you go to E major, 123456 and back to a major again, 123456. And now we have a D major chord. When you change from a to D, Make sure to slide with your inferior from the second to the third fret. And the other two fingers make a small movement into the D major position. So this is a major, D major, a, D, a D. You can also practice this a few times. So the most important thing about this chord changes to slide the ring fingers that aren't lifted away. Just slide in from the second to the third fret. So D major, we go one, 23456 and back to a major. Again, slide the figure back and adjust the other two fingers, 123456 and St. Paul change again 123456 and back to a 123456 and now change to be 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and beg to a 123456. And in the next measure we have two courts. We start in a 1, 2, 34, and the change comes on before. So again, 123456 and back to a 1234. And in the last measure, I don't play a full strumming pattern. I finish with it. I'll show on the 4768 times signature, you can either finish us off on the one or on before. I think in this case it works well on before. So this is how we show that the song is over 1234. And that's how we finish off the sun. So the next thing you ever played out for you that you can use to practice the strumming pattern and the chord changes. Have fun with it. 24. Silent Night - Playalong: one two and three and four five and six and one two three four five six one two hundred and three and four five and six and one and three and four five six seven eight one two three four five six seven eight one two three four five six one two and three and four five six seven one two three and four five and six and one and three and four five and six and one two and three and four five six seven one two three and four five six one two three and four five and six seven one two and three and four 25. Silent Night - Tips on Singing: In this lesson, I would like to give you some tips on seeming. First of all, it is important to find your starting at the first level. You're going to sing. And you can do this by playing the a major court. I that night. Maybe you can find your starting with by the synchronous course. Island, nice. Or you can play the individual fourth string with your finger on the second fret of the E. Just saying that note. It's now we will serve to know where the core changes take place. So I like underlying the words and syllables where you have to change. The courts done this for you. And I would like to guide you through the song. And I would like to show you all the cool changes in detail. So this is selfless that land. So on the all which H to E major keys. And on the next hour we change back to a place 8. We're out on the round. We change to D major role in the mother with her back to a branch. Whoa, holy. We go to D major. Holy. So the tender, we come back to a again and see now the sleep which H to E. Lee. Peace we go to a, certainly we still say a, sleep. In. Heavenly we go to E. Lee is another piece. We go back to a 34, and that's where we finished the song. So I hope you guys enjoyed this lesson and I'm looking forward to seeing you very soon began to be one of my future videos. Goodbye. 26. Chord E7: To play E7 CPU, you have to place the second thing on the second fret of the a string and the first thing on the first fret of the G string. 27. Go, tell it on the Mountain - Demo: Good example is optimized for time to promote button and 13, let's say 10. A free way that I can go to town. To town. Jesus Christ, a small volume. So C code, I saw both knowledge and contaminated needles I still evolve into rather than TV show to be either equation and take me to town to town to attack the three new way manager to go to town or they don't feel about change in time. And she isn't a surprise to us. 28. Go, tell it on the Mountain - Chords & Strumming: In this lesson, I would like to show you the courts and strumming pattern that you will need to play a song, go tell on mountains. We have four quarts in the sum. And this course are the D major chord with your first, third, second figure. And we have the a major chord with your first, second, third thing and the G major chord with your second first and forefinger, or any other fingering that you like. And we also have the seven chord with your second first thing. The shotgun pattern that I'm using isn't a 4, 4 time signature and it goes down, down, down, up, down, down, up. Or if you want to count what he played with B, 1, 2, 3, 4 ends. And another little tip. I'm playing this charming pattern in a so-called shuffle rhythm. So in the Sharpie rhythm you play, when you have eighth notes, you play the downstrokes a little bit longer than the outstrips. So this is how the regular strumming pattern sounds. 1234. And, and if you play it in a shuffle rhythm, it would be 1, 2, and 3, four bands. And I think it's fits the sound quite well. You might have already noticed this in the demo, in the demo version, the demonstration of this song. I already used the shuffle rhythm in the strumming pattern and also sang in a shuffle rhythm. So this is, I think works well for this song. You don't have to do it obviously, but if you want to, I think this adds some good character to the sum. Okay, so this, Let's go together through the song and I will show you the core changes in detail. We start with two measures of d, and we go 12341234, and then we change to a major. And when you play this chord change, make sure to slide with your third finger from the third to the second fret. And the other two fingers make a small movement, 1234. And when you go back to view, you do the same thing. So the third finger slides back to the third fret, the altitude thing as make small movements. So back to the 1234 and now another measure of D, 1234. And, and in the next measure we have two holes we started d then change to G on 31234. And so that's this measure. Prepare the four fingers, 1234. And then again we have two courts within a measure back to DTW, 1, 2, and 3, 4, and another three would change today back to the full measure of D 1234. And then for a small tip for you. So if the core change from D to G is too fast for you, then you can actually play the G chord just with your fourth finger. So this is how it would sound like. It would be 1234123 for that. So this chord changes too fast for you, then you can make the gene called IIS ever just using the little finger. All right, so let's take a look at the next part of the song. We come back to D again, 1234 and again 234 and change to a 12345, the 1234. And now two more measures of D. We have 12341234 and now change to a 1, 2 or 3, you change to E7, 3, 4. And also measures a 1, 2, 3, 4. And, and then the chorus stands again. So we go back to the play, the same chord progression that we play in the beginning of the song. We go two then 341234 and change to 81234 and back to D 1, 2, 3, 4, and now again, once more, D 1234. And now we have two coils within a measure, 1234. And so the change two G's on three and then again to cause 1234 and so on the three we change to a and then last measure back to D, 1, 2, and 3. And then in the last measure, I finished with a downstroke on a three to make it clear that the song is always good to finish on now strips. So you could either see which other one along the three. So in this case, I finish on the 3123, and this makes clear that the sum is finished. So in the next video, I haven't laid off for you that you can use to practice the score changes and also the shuffle rhythm. So have fun with this and looking forward to see you there. 29. Go, tell it on the Mountain - Playalong: one two three four and one two three four one two three four and one two three four and one two three four one two three four and one two and three four and one two and three four and one two and three four one two three four and one two three four one two and three four and one two three four one two three four and one two and three four and one two and three four and one two three four and one two three four and one two three four and one two three four and one two three four five one two and three four and one two and three four and one two and three four and one two and three 30. Go, tell it on the Mountain - Tips on Singing: In this lesson, I would like to give you some tips on seeing. First of all, it's very important to find the first node, the starting of the weekend to see. And we can do this by playing the G major course. Go. Maybe you can find a starting a bias into the glute go. Or you can play the individual first string with your finger on the second fret. Let's note F-sharp. By the way. Go, go and just sing that note. This is the first steps that you have to see. And now we also have to know where exactly the chord changes take place. No, I like underline the words and syllables way you have to do so. Please check your PDF documents because I've already done this for you. Now, I would like to guide you through a song. And let's take a look at all the cool changes in detail. Go to 0. On the 0, from 0 we go to a major deals and not the every, we go back to D again and have really where Mao and 10 on the ten we go to G major. A, G on the G from Jesus to the CI centers cries of the Christ to a major cry stays on and on the bone to D. So quite a few quick changes here. Go, Let's do the whole thing again. Go down to o tails and really go to tabulate on the tab that Jesus Christ is dangerous for. You continue D Then when see, I saw on the software go to a so both another day we come back to D again to die on me. And he, on the Hebrew go to eight, he shows the MI, we go to E7. He showed me the way the way we come back to a, he showed me go and on the go we go back to D again, go to the doctor. Oh, some other core changes are similar as before on oh, we go to a major that is on the every bag to D and rewet go to, and they know the amount ten to G tan, that G on the Jesus, Jesus Christ and the price to a, Leslie is born. Last change to the, on the Bourne Co three, and then we finish with a downstroke on three. So Eric has enjoyed this lesson and I'm looking forward to seeing you very soon again in one of my next video, spy. 31. Chord E-minor (Em): To play a minor cold, he has replaced the second thing on the second fret of the a string. And as a singer, on the second fret of the D string. 32. Chord D7: To play the D7 according to place your second finger on the second fret of the G string. The first thing that goes on the first fret of the B string. And the third thing that is on the second fret of the high E string. 33. Chord C: To play the C major chord, you have to place your third finger on the third fret of the a string. The second thing on the second fret of the D string, and the first thing on the first fret of the B string. 34. Chord G7: Today the Golgi Saturday to place your third finger on the surface of the stream. The second thing on the second fret of the a string, and the first thing on the first fret of the a string. 35. Jolly old Saint Nicholas - Demo: Charlie, feel sad to see your radios and display to go to the same code. So we're going to say Christmas Eve is called a smooth. And how are you going to year-olds path to draw two, free to tell the TSP. 36. Jolly old Saint Nicholas - Chords & Strumming: In this lesson, I would like to show you the courts and shadow pattern that you will need to play a song, jolly old son Nicholas. So let's start with the course first, we have the G major chord with your second first and forefinger, or any other figuring that you like. Then we have the D7 chord with your second first. The D minor chord with your first second thing are all with your second third. So you can't just say, Well, you're used to. We have the G7 chord with your third, second, first thing I M, Z major course as well, 30-second firstly. And the A7 chord with your Thurston say, or with your second, third finger. Suggestions. University of that theory. There's funny pattern that I'm using is in the 4, 4 time signature and the parent goes down, down, up, down, down, up. Or if you want to count the river it would be 1, 2, 3, 4, end. Okay, so let's go through the song and let's take a look at all the core changes. We start in G major and we go 1234 and now change to D7. So make small movements with index and middle finger because they need to be quite a far distance and then add the ring finger, 1234. And, and if you're playing a G chord with your third finger, then make sure to slide the third finger to the second fret when changing to D7, 1234, and now jump to E minor, 123. And you can choose your most favorite, fearing it can be 12 or to three. In this psalm 23 might be a bit easier. Because when we change to G7 now we can actually leave the second finger where it is. And then we just do like this. So we can effect the first thing of all, the G chord, G7 chord. And then we are a G7. If you use the first finger, then you have to make a bigger movement to get to the G7 position. Anyways to us, what's your habitual way of playing the course of this psalm? It might be worth thinking about. Read for me, I bought 231234 and that's because a change to G7 would be easier than now when we change from G7 to see, just release the tension release, stretch a little bit, and then you actually approach the C position 1234. And now you go back to G. So big movement here. But you can prepare for setting up 1, 2, 3, 4, and now to A7. First, second finger. Mainly focus on the second thing in this case, because this one needs to make the biggest movement, 1234. And now that the 71234, and now the whole corporation is repeated again. So back to G, prepare for Figure 1, 2, 3, 4, and, and I just want to be for one thing right here. If you have Charles playing the G course, then you can make it easier. We're just using the third or fourth year. It just beta agonists. So this will make all the core changes easier if you don't like this, make sure originates from the four bar and shrinks, leave out these two. So just go 1, 2, 3, 4. And this is a great way of simplifying the GE course in case you have Difficult to explain it. All right, We have G 1234, and so Next change, the 71234. There's not enough iodine again, 1, 2, 3, 4, and G7. Leave your second finger and place 1234 and now released the stretch and ferociously position 1, 2, 3, 4 and back to G. Prepare for Figure 1, 2, 3, 4 AND, and NOT of the next measure, we have two cores I played for you. We have 1234. And so the change happens on the three. We started a seven, there we go. And 23 and other through change to D7, 12341. And in the last measure we finish on the three that, so we go back to G 123. So this is how we finish off this arm as it go. It's always good to finish on adults show up in the song, it makes sense to do that outstrip on three to make it clear that the song is over. So in the next video, have a play around for you that you can use to practice these chord changes. Have fun with it. 37. Jolly old Saint Nicholas - Playalong: 123412341234 of them, 123412341234123412341234 of them, 1234123412341234123412341234123 38. Jolly old Saint Nicholas - Tips on Singing: In this lesson, I would like to give you some tips on singing. First of all, it is important to know the starting nerves that very first know that you're going to sing. And you can find it by playing that you mentioned was jolly. Maybe you can finally apply this into the course. Or you can also play the individually second urban string, That's the load to be Johnny and just sing that note. This will be the first thing we have to sing. Then we also have to know where the chord changes take place. And as you know, I undo, I like underlining the resonance louis way you have to change the courts. I've already done this for you in one of your PDF documents, at least check this out. Now I would like to value through the song to check each core change in detail. First note john, name on the Nicholas. We go to D7, the lay of the beam. We go to E minor league, your year this way. And other way we go to G7. To don't we go to C major to row two. Single soul singer will go to G, saying, all the cards on the water, you go to a seven. We're going to say we'll go to D7, say careers on the Christmas, we come back to G again, careers as he is on the comic, bigger to D7 carvings. Now on the, now we go to E minor. Now not only do you lose. And on the back we go to G7, the waste Goryeo to see when you relaying on the brain, we come to g, bringing to the tattle on the teleology. A seven to me is the IV on the three we change to the 710 is not the cat that asteroid. We go back to G, K. And then we finish off the sound on the three with a downstroke. So you guys enjoyed this lesson, heifer practicing and I'm looking forward to seeing you very soon again. 39. Jingle Bells - Demo: Matter is Jane. Jane Doe on interactivity to combine these 21 chromosome that's made at the EEG, go on land is a G double dagger is a Jane Goodall to attract a public database to derive the top chromosome can say that shape through the snow. A11 focus on green stage. It feels really go to book. That's a all the way. Psalm one stage array. May see periods, right? Was on naming is to say does readings tonight, Oh, Jane will collapse chain all the way open. It is to ride in that one, the moles of that slave, Hey, IGI, to come back to this G. G, all the way over one hundred, five hundred is to write one chromosome. That's way. 40. Jingle Bells - Chords & Strumming: In this lesson, I'd like to show you the course and shiny pounds play the song Jingle Bells. So we have six calls in the song, and these chords are the D major chord with the first, third, second finger. Then we have the G major chord with your second first and forefinger. Or any other figuring that you like. We have the C7 chord with your second first thing and the a major chord with your first second, third finger. Then the A7 chord with your first second fingers. And the E minor chord in the song. I recommend playing it with the first second finger. Because of the whole changes we're facing. The song was written in a 4, 4 time signature and has traveled parallel. I'm using goes like this. We've laid down, down, up, down, down, up. Or if you want to help the rhythm and would be 1, 2, 3, 4 x. So now let's take a look at all the core changes in the sun. We start with forebears of D major. So we go 1234123412341234. And now I'll change to G. We've repaired the little finger and we'll make a jumping movement with the other two fingers. 1234. And by the way, if the cold change from D to G is very difficult for you, then you can also simplify the G-code by just playing the fourth thing, 123412, like this. So that's an option you have. All right, anyway, so we've got the G chord, we go 1234 and back to the 1234, and now we go to E7. So omega jumping movement, we can actually slide the first thing or from the second to the first spread when we go to E7, That's what we do and we jump with our middle finger into the seven position. So we are a d, we go to E7, we go 1, 2, 3, 4 and an hour need to make a jumping movement in 2D, a major chord. You can already prepare your third thing up and then move the altitude to the 8 position, 1, 2, 3, 4. And now we have the second part of the course. So in this case we slide with our inferior from the second to the third fret when we change from HD. So this is the a major chord that we want to go to D. We slide a thing or we don't lift it away and make a small movement by sliding the figure from the second to third fret. All right, So it's like to be, and we go again, 123 for an answer for measures of t all together, 123412341234 and change to Gene 1, 2, 3, 4 and space to D 1234. And this time we go to A7. So from v to A7, we tried to keep the index and middle finger together. Both of them have to make a similar movements, so we go in the same direction with both fingers. So tribes make it very small movement to make this chord change easy for you. And you've got a 712, 34 and back to D, 1, 2, and 3, 4. And so that's it for the chorus. Now we've got the burst. We start again with the three measures. We go 123412341234 and change to G 1234. And now we have our first E minor chord. And in this case it makes sense to use the second finger and leave the first thing in place. So we have the G-code like this. And then when we change that, you might have 1234. And so this is how we should do it. 1, 2, 3 for any change to the minor 1, 2, and 3, 4, 1, and now change to A7. We made a small shopping within within us, we separate the two fingers a little bit, at least at the tip. And then we'll go to A7, 1, 2, and 3, 4 and another measure 2, then 3, 4 and an hour to D, 1, 2, 3, 4. And so our whole corporation is repeated from the, from the verse pretty much. So again, we have three more measures of D, 123412341, 23, formal and change to G 1234 and E minor again, if your second, first thing in place, 1, 2, 3, 4, and change to a 71234 and again 234. And now the last measure of the burst, we have two calls. We go 1234 and so this prepares the next core is, so this measure again 12 and the change is under 31234 and now back to the chorus again. So play the whole chorus again. Chord changes the same as explained before. And I just want to point out the last measure of the chorus. So we finished the summing DI, and in the last measure either pay the full chart data by finish on the free. So the last measure would be 123. If you're going to see in the second verse, you obviously keep playing the strumming pattern, but if you're going to finish after this course, then you go 123. So it's always good to finish a song on it and ship to make it clear the song is over. And you can either do this on the one, on the three in the 4, 4 time signature. So the three books called well, in this case, all right, In the next video I have laid out for you that you can use the practice or the score changes. Have fun with it. 41. Jingle Bells - Playalong: one two and three four and one two and three four one two and three four and one two three four and one two and three four and one two and three more than one two and three four and one two and three four and one two three four one one two and three four and one two and three four and one two and three four one two and three four and one two and three four and one two and three four and one two and three four and one two three four one two three four one two three four one two three four one two three four and one two three four and one two three four one two three four one two three four one two three four and one and three four one two three four and one two and three four and one two and three four and one two and three four one two three four and one two three four one two and three four one two three four one two and three four one two three four one two and three four one two three four one two and three four one two three one two three one two three four one seven three four and one two three four and one two three one two three four one two three one two and three 42. Jingle Bells - Tips on Singing: In this lesson, I would like to give you some tips on seeing. So first of all, it is important to fight our starting at the first number we're going to see. And we can do this by playing the G major course. And maybe you can find in your bias into its core genome downs. Gina allows. Or you can also play the individual first string with a thiol, the second fret. Let's look at sharp. By the way. Geno balance adjusting that Earth is would be a first node. Then we also have to know where the chord changes take place. And as you go, I like underlining the words and syllables, and I've already done this for you in one of your PDF documents. So please check this out in our black to guide you through a song and showing you each core change in detail. So first note, chaining. Is Jane. Jane for bone. Or follow the first chord change two G's on the old. All times is and all the ys we come back to D is to ride on, on the one we're going to be 71 host. And on the slave would change to a good to remember. Since January of the next genome, we go back to D Again, chain, long chain. This chain of four invoked workflow again like before the O, which edge to G, 0 of the theories. And on the east we'll come back to the again is to rise. And now this time because the battery changes are the one which actually A7 now on pause. Oh, Burns rented another slate. We come back to the so today we continue with the worst, dashing through the snow for the inner one also. Some slavery or two dimensional, say o. The o we go to Nehemiah fields, we go and on the go we go to A7 00 00 00, 00, 00. The way we come back to the bells on Bob Taylor really, they key is a rays arrived on the brighter go to G is one, k is two. Oh sorry. On, on the sun we actually change to remind AIGA. Was so that's where I'll change takes place while Nikki is to ride and other Rutgers A7, right? And say, these, play a song to night. Now on the nitrogen Tuesday, night, o, the o to a 79. Hello Jane, that on a jiggle. When the chorus comes again, we go back to D Again, chain no balance, and so on. So play the chorus like before. And remember in the last measure you finish on three, falls out a three. And that's how we finish off the song. So enjoy practice, and I'm looking forward to see you very soon again. 43. Chord F#-minor (F#m): To play the chord F-sharp minor, you have to make the barcode on the second fret with your first finger. It will cease shapes. And then you place your third finger on the fourth fret of the a string and it will feed on the full threat of the district. 44. Strumming in 3/4 - Pattern 2: Striped pattern number two in the 3, 4 time signature sounds like this. Dow down, up, down. Or if we count it would be 123. So that's two times 123123123123123123 into a practice and I'll see you soon again. 45. The First Noel - Demo: The whole want to have the chimneys need say, wants to say it was shared. Is, has the day making the DSM as a key, the dash on the goal. Hi, it's part of a, so x is a column is the case. 46. The First Noel - Chords & Strumming: In this lesson, I would like to show you the courts and strumming patterns that you will need to play the first note. So our first score would be a major chord without first, second, third singer. Then we have the D major chord with the first third second finger and then E major chord with your second third first finger and the seven chord with your second first thing. And also the F sharp minor chord barcode on the second fret, and then we have the third and the fourth thing. So this court only appears once, and if you want to make the song a little bit easier for you, I just say this upfront. You can play the a major chord instead of the F sharp major of the F-sharp minor chord, you'd have the F sharp minor chord. You can place just lady a major chord again. Write. The song is written in a 3 4 time signature, and we have two strumming patterns that we are using. Main strumming pattern will be down, down, up, down and up. If we count the room, it would be 1, 2, and 3. And, and the next strumming pattern only appears when we have two coils within an Azure in this pattern goes down, down, down. If we count the beat, it would be 1, 2, 3. So let's take a look at the chord changes and the strong paths. So we started a major with a full measure and we go 123, and now we change to E major. When you make the E major change, make sure to leave your second, third finger together. So this is a good way of making a smooth small movement between a and E. 123, and now we change to D. And when you change from E to D major, you can slide with your first finger from the first to the second fret. So the fear keeps touching the string. And that's how we go. So e and then to D, 123 and now back to a. And where you go from D to a, you let your ring finger touching to you. You keep touching the string and then you slide from third to the second fret. So this is the slide to a, and we go 123, and now we slide back to the same thing. The ring finger slides from the second to the third fret, and the other two fingers adjust the position 123. And now the next measure we have two courts. And this also means that we're using the second stripe pattern now. So first of all, we slide back to a and we go 123 and under three, H to E 7123. And the next measure is the same. We go 123. So I'm three, we have the core change. And the strumming pattern is 12312, then 312, then three, and back to a again, 123. And now a whole chord progression is repeated again. So we go again 123123 and now to D 123 and back 2123 event nowadays to D 123 and we go back to a. And now again we have the two courts within a measure. So we changed the strumming pattern. We go to three and again 123 and back 2123. And now we have chorus. We go 123 and change to E, 123 and change to D. We slide our first thing again, 123 and now change to a 1, 2, and 3, now changed to F sharp minor. So when you make this change, we will also need to adjust the wrist. So pay attention to that 123123 event. And as I mentioned before, if you can't play backwards, yes, then you can use the a major chord. So just keep playing the a major chord instead of the F sharp minor. This will sound a little bit different, but still similar enough to be able to keep the court. Anyways, if you want to go for the advanced version, then please play the F sharp minor chord 123 and change to E 123 that, and now again we have two coils within a measure. We go 123 and back to a again, 1231. And after the last measure, I add another large ship on the next one to make it clear that the song is over. So in the next video, I have a playground for you that you can use to practice these core changes. Have fun, and I'm looking forward to see you there. 47. The First Noel - Playalong: 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3, 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 then one dividend 3, 1, 2 and 3, 1, 2 and 3, 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1 and 3 and 1, 2, 3 then 1, 2, 3, 1, 2 and 3. 1 2, 3, 1, 2 3, 1 2, 3, 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 to 1, 2 and 3. 1231231231. 48. The First Noel - Tips on Singing: In this lesson, I would like to give you some tips on seeing. The first important thing is to find the starting at the first node that we began to see. And we can do this by playing the a major chord. Maybe you can find out by listening to the court. And if this doesn't work for you, then you can also play the individual fifth string with your finger on the fourth fret, That's a node C sharp. And then adjusting that note. Or you can take a major role again. If you're a female, that might be easier for you to listen to. That goes the second stream thing on the second fret. So that's the high C, so to speak. So if you're a female, would be easy for you to pick up this ellipse. But if you remember, my preferred picking up that nodes, all right, so the C-sharp is author's note. Then we also have to know that the sum starts with an athlete. This means we don't stop playing the guitar right away. We join in on the first. So we seem to notes and we go in on the first becoming without frying pan, the whole hand and so on. So this is very important to know. So the first two notes that sound without the exam. And now finally it's time to take a closer look at all the code changes. As you know, I like underlining the words and syllables way have to change the courts as Fourier done this for year one for PDF documents. So please check this out. Now, guide you through the whole song and we take a closer look in detail. That's our source nodes. The first on the first becoming with the strike panel, the list. Who is on the L from no, well we change to eat. The, the ancients were changed to d. Stays the same. We come back to a Asia States. Was this on the certain we go to D Again, push on the Shetlands, we come to a and on the inquiry changed, we would say is and other fields. We immediately come back to a famous as a quick change to E7 on the lake. The lake, they lay another layer back to a fields has three, is where the baby go to E Major League. On the key begets D, should be the sheep or come back to a, she calls of the code. We go to the Air Corps way of analogy, come back to a is that under that could change the seven is was on the walls. We come back to a close. So again, on the so quick change to E7. So the deep back to A1, 0, 0, again the L from nowhere we changed to e. Whole. Again on the radical change. In this case we change to D. And again, no, well on the L we changed to a major. Now. On, now the bomb we change to F sharp. We can say the AMH code if that's easier for you. All is the name of the king. We go to eating of the Israel, we go to Asia, is on the route change to E7. So we go is the air, we go to a major. A is two, then three, and then we finish off the sun on the one. So target practice, and I'm looking forward to see you very soon again. 49. Chord A-minor (Am): To play the a line of code, you need to place a second finger on the second fret of the D string. The third thing on the second fret of the G string, and the first thing on the first fret of the B string. 50. Chord F-Major (F): To play F-major chord, you have to make a barcode on the first fret, so the six strings. And then you place your third finger on the third fret of the a string. The fourth finger on the third fret of the D string. And the second thing that goes on the second fret of the G string. 51. We wish you a Merry Christmas - Demo: We wish you the very precise 3D wish you'd not matter Equus masses we appreciated about battery to this map's app. The app, the key, tidy can swing inquiry to do have until the previous sheet that a battery Chris snap the can be. 52. We wish you a Merry Christmas - Chords & Strumming: In this lesson, I'd like to show you the courts and the shining header that you lead play the song, we wish him every Christmas. So we have seven chord in the song. It's already quite advanced and we have the C major chord with your third, second, first thing, I'm ME, or the F-Major course, battle on the first fret, third, fourth, second thing is, there's a D7 chord with your second first third finger, with a G major chord with your second, first third of all thinner. Then we have V7 chord with your second first thing and the a minor chord with your second, third first thing. And the G7 chord with your third, second first thing. The song is written in a 3 4 time signature and the strumming pattern that I'll be using goes down, down, up, down, up. Or if we want to count ball play would be 123. And so let's take a close look at all these chord changes as we have quite a few of them. There's some. We start with the full measure of C major and we go 123 and then change to F-major. And when you do this, release the pressure. Leave your third thing of where it is because it's in the same position for both courts. So you release the pressure to go into a bar chord. You adjust the risks to go into the F-Major chord and then you play it for measure of F 123 and change to D7 now. And in this case where it changed from F to be suddenly you can leave your second thing in place. So it's in the same position and adjust. The other thing is 37, 1, 2, and 3, and prepare for the G chord, 123. And now we change to E7 with second, third stinger, 1, 2, 3, and change to a Maya. And now in the next measure we actually have two courts. We have 123. And so the change comes over three, and we just move. The third thing is the new position. First, second finger stay in place, so a minus c major 123. And so this is how we change 123 and then back to f. Again, we leave the third thing in place, 123. And again we have a change on the three. So we started F 1237 and then release and go to z, 1, 2, and 3. Now let's get into the reversely. Stay in S0, we go 123 and then we go to G, 123 and the seven, 1, 2, 3, and g again 123. And so again we have to change on 3123 and, and then G7, 1, 2, and 3, and C 123 and change to F, Again the US the third thing and place 1, 2 and change three. And so again on the three we have called change 1, 2, and 3, and C again, 1231. And in the end of the song, I add another downstroke on the next one to make it clear that the song is over. So in the next video, I haven't laid out for you that you can use to practice all the score changes. Have fun with it, and I'm looking forward to see you there. 53. We wish you a Merry Christmas - Playalong: 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3, 12 then three, then 1, 2, 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2, 3 and 1, 2 and 3 and 1, 2 and 3, one. 54. We wish you a Merry Christmas - Tips on Singing: In this lesson, I would like to give you some tips on seeing. First of all, it is very important to find the starting of the first node that we're going to see. You can try to time, but playing the C major chord, we wish, we wish. Or you can also play the sixth string with your finger on the third fret. That's the low gene. We wish. So not too easy to find me. But if you just think that this is your first note, we wish, then we also have to know that this sum starts with an upbeat. This means we didn't start playing the guitar right away. I'll be joining with a strumming pattern on the wish so that we are summed up the guitar. We wish you the very, and then we start playing with the guitar. All right, so now it's time to take a closer look at all the core changes in detail. As you know, I like analyzing the residuals way have to change the course. I've already done this for year 1 of a PDF documents. Now I would like to either through the song, Let's take a look a little bit more changes. So low G alphas nodes, we wish you every carets and other Christmas we change to f craters as we wish. On the next wish we change to D7. Wish you re carets on the crease, we go to G-Major carets. We reach. Now the next we should go to E7, which you then every carets and on the next Christmas to a mile, curious and be angry change to see courageous mass. And the now to F, have on the Happy had on the new, we go to G7, happy the year straight back to see the way the array and on the brain we go to G, the rating for you. On the U, we go to the 7, you have your kin, kin we go to G-Major k. Now the way we change within the measure. So that's three. B, three of this measure is now changed again. We age to the G7 chord on the which wish, if you are curious, Christmas figure to see, curious. Now again, change to F-major them queries and had the happy, curious and had he on the new change to G7 and on year and we come back to C. So that's the end again. Had he he and I add allowed should to finish off the sun. So Eric has enjoyed this lesson and we're looking forward to see you very soon began to buy. 55. Strumming in 4/4 - Pattern 2: Let's try and pad on number two in the full full time signature sounds like it is down, down, down, down, up. Or if we count the rhythm we would be 1, 2, 3, 4, end. So let's play it a few times. 123412341234 band. So Joe, practice and I'll see you soon again. 56. Strumming in 4/4 - Pattern 3: Strumming pattern number 3 in the full, full-time signature here, is that this down, down, up, up, down, down. And if we count it would be 1, 2, 3, 4. Now this data is yours has 1234123412, then 341234. So see you in the next lesson. 57. Deck the Halls - Demo: Series of battles for the fall at time. T is the series circuit to HR G5. And we now know how to draw off the chairman's you sides absolute value. 58. Deck the Halls - Chords & Strumming: In this lesson, I would like to show you the courts and the strumming patterns that you will need to play the song Deck, the Halls. So the courts that we would play the song are the C major chord with our third, second first thing. And then we have the a minor chord with the second, third first thing at the F-Major chord and make it barcode on the first fret. And then we have the third, fourth, second thing. We also have the G chord with our second thirst and forefinger or any other fingering veggie like, where's the E minor chord? And in this song I played, scored with the first, second thing out because of the chord changes that we're having. And we have the D7 chord with our second, first and 13. In this song, we will actually be using three different striped patterns. The song isn't a full, full-time senior j. And our main Shine pattern goes like this. We play down, down, up, down, down, up. Or in other words, if, if we count the rhythm and it would be 1, 2, and 3, 4 end. So this is our main strumming pattern. The next strumming pattern that we have in the song goes like this. We play 1234, down, down, down, down, up. This strumming pattern is heavily used in those measures where we have three calls altogether. And the last strumming pattern is this one. We play 1234, down, down, up, down, down, and this charging pad is only used once. So let me guide you through a song and let's take a look at the chord changes added the strumming patterns. So we start with the main strumming pattern, kind of one in the C major chord and play full measure of C and we get a, 1, 2, 3, 4. So the next measure we have two courts and the change comes on the 3D. So we played 1234 and so on the three or change to a minor. And what you make this chord change, make sure to leave your second, first thing in place. Just move your 13. And so this will make the whole change easy for you. 1234. And now we quickly to change to F-major. This might be difficult change. When you're doing. Make sure to also keep the wrist because it needs to bank when you afraid she F-Major chord. So to get to good position that just work with your fingers, you might end up in a bad position also with your wrist to get into this new position. All right, so AMR email to F, we play 123 and again on this reward change back to C. And in this case y, F to see, make sure to leave your third finger and place. So this is F When you go to see the third thing that stays where it is, 1, 2, and 3, 4. And now the next measure we have three course. This means we use our second strumming pattern and the pattern goes 1, 2, 3, 4 end. And that's also how the color changes loop. So we have the CMHR, that one gene a job, the two. And again CMHR with 33 and I would play for, and so again, why 234? And then the whole chord progression is repeated again. So we stay in C for leisure with the main stripe pattern. We go down, down, up, down, down, up. Next measure called change to a minus 31234. And now F and C Again, the core changes on 31234. And another next measure we have again the second strumming pattern. We go 1234, and now we have the next part of the sun. We have the G major chord. We go 123 for amines and I. The next measure, we have our last strong pattern. We quickly changed to see, and we go 1234, so on before we go back to the G chord, and again, remember this pattern, we go 1234. Now we change to E minor. In this case, when I change from G to E minor, release the first thing in place, so we just move the second thing that to the E minor position. And then we play 123. And again we have a change on the three to a minor. And when you do that, make sure to review the second thing in place now. So in medical changes in the sun, we have fears that we can leave in place. Always make sure to do that because this will make the call change easier for you. So we have 1, 2, and 3 full and and now again, three calls within an Azure service means we use pattern number two. We go 1234 and, and again the changes, one is G, to release the 73 is G again and then replay for now. The last part of the song is the repetition of the first part of the song. So you're back to C, 1, 2, 3, 4. And now to cause again 123 and now again two goals. 123, again, the change is under three. And now the last measure I play, 123 and I finished the sum here. So just go 1, 2, 3, and that's how I finish off the song. As you know, it's always good to finish a song on a downstroke. So in this case they're just finish it here on three. So in the next video I've played out for you that you can use to practice these strumming patterns and the chord changes. And I'm looking forward to seeing you there. 59. Deck the halls playalong fertig: 123412341234123412341234123412313, columns 123 supernode 1, 2, and 3. 1237123412312341234123 60. Deck the Halls - Tips on Singing: In this lesson, I would like to give you some tips on seeing. First of all, it is important to find our starting of the first node that we're going to sing. And we can do this by playing the C major water deck, the halls. And maybe you can find your starting up by this into the course, dad those. Or you can play the individual third stream, the stream which is the gene that just seem that knows those. Then you also have to know where the core changes take place. I like underlining words and syllables way you have to change the courts and I've already done this for you in one of your peers documents, so please check this out. Now I would like to show you each code change in detail. So we start with our first nodes and we go and see the square of some of the hall from Hollywood change to a mile. From the fovea change to F. And I think it's a full flower change to c. So in this measure we have, let's say one course per la, la. As we continue to age, the Java which HTA, viola, cello. And again on the target go to F for full flower. To see. This measure, one colds per la. The change to G on the DOM to win the game. If you just see who ruled from the pair rule, we go back to G and immediately change to eat out. I am your father are on Ebola and then again, Lara on a live learn. And also in this measure we have the D, the G20 and the G7 chord. And one cost pool our role and our x. You see the age, standardised care and of the carabiner to A-Minor. The age. And you ties again on the SAR to f five on the lobbyist to see learned. In the last three Last have one called each. And there are finished the song with the downstream R3, right? So I hope you enjoyed this lesson half I'm practicing and I'm looking forward to seeing you soon again. 61. Class Project: Now it's time to introduce the class project. So the project would be to choose one of the songs that you've learned in this course and that to record yourselves playing. And if you want to also seen that song, those of you who would submit a recording, we get a personalized individual feedback from me. So I will give you some tips on what he could do to improve your plane even further. So, have fun making a recording and I'm looking forward to listening to all of you beautiful videos. Goodbye. 62. Conclusion - Thank you!: Finally, I would like to say a big thank you to you for taking this course. I really hope you enjoyed it and I will sort of that I was able to teach you lots of nucleosomes. So if you enjoyed this class and please make sure to follow my profile here on Skillshare because then you will be notified as soon as and publish a new guitar class. I would also like to hear from you. So if there are any songs that you would like to learn as well, that should be part of this course. Please message media. And I will be looking forward to replying to you and to updating my calls in the future. So with that being said, I truly hope that we'll see each other soon again, one of our classes. And I wish you a Merry Christmas time now, lots of fun making guitar music and singing Christmas songs, goodbye.