POLKA DOTS AND MOONBEAMS – Guitar Lesson – Chord Melody

POLKA DOTS AND MOONBEAMS - Guitar Lesson - Chord Melody

Polka Dots And Moonbeams CHORD MELODY GUITAR LESSON. Note for note tutorial. + TABS + Play Along!

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In this Polka Dots And Moonbeams guitar tutorial I’m going to be teaching you the chord melody arangement I made. I’ll show everything note for note, slow and easy.

I’ve made this guitar lesson as easy as possible without making the arrangement sound bland. Polka Dots And moonbeams has some surprising chord changes, so although it is a jazz ballad it has some great excitement in there. We’re gonna explore those great guitar chords and learn how to weave the Polka Dots And Moonbeams melody in between the chords. This is called chord melody. I’ll also teach you a bit of background information, like theory and how some of the chords are built. Thus you get a little bit of understanding of what you’re doing.

Polka Dots and Moonbeams was interpreted by such greats as Frank Sinatra, Wes Montgomery and Chet Baker, amongst others. It has become an often played jazz standard.

I made a Polka Dots and moonbeams play along for this guitar lesson, so you can start right away practicing for your big moment. I’ve also made tabs with you can download (backing tracks also) from one of the links up above.

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11 comments

  1. alexlangenhoven Alex

    Hi Sandra great stuff and thank you for your Passion's I am a much better guitarist now thanks to you Alex from cape town

  2. hi sandra
    what does guitarversum mean?
    love your stuff

  3. HI Sandra!!!! I'm apologize.. It's not my deal… But.. (Everywhere – BUT!!) … What about: El Talisman (Tarantino), Pierre Bachelet – Emmanuelle… So sorry once more. You are beautiful!!!

  4. Antonino de Pádua Nascimento Felipe

    Olá Sandra! Aulas muito práticas. Parabéns!

  5. There was just NO WAY I was going to pass up purchasing the tab to this beauty! Sandra, I thank you for this.

  6. Clearly one of the best jazz educators here on youtube! Clear and precice instructions, no nonsense chit-chat! Grrreetings from The Netherlands.

  7. Awesome! Thanks so much, Mrs! You've become my favorite guitar teacher on youtube!

  8. The pinkie work reminds me of Satin Doll and Eleanor Rigby. Since I have been working on those, this is a nice addition to make my Jazz Trilogy.  Thanks and well done, as always!

  9. Alexander Altago

    nice song, great lesson as always, thanks

  10. What? Polka? – I thought. 😉 But now I know it better. I rather prefer to play this jazz tune than dance Polka. Thanks for the lesson!!!

  11. Andis Galaxysvieractive

    What a beautiful song. I heard it from Sinatra before. Will definitely put it in my repertoire.

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