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Rock Star Chords

From: KSLU
Series: Rock School
Length: 59:00

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Chords, chords, and more chords. That's what makes Rock music so flippin' awesome to listen to. We'll be taking a look at famous chords used on various different songs by various different artists, and we'll even show you what they do, how they sound, and how you can play them, all right here on this week's Rock School! Read the full description.
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Rs_logo_small Have you ever wondered what makes rock music sound like rock music? Well, here at Rock School, we spend our time making sure that you know everything there is to know about the world of rock. That's why this week, we're going to be having a class about those wonderful little things known as chords. Chords are a series of notes played at the same time that harmonize with each other and create a beautiful sound. Science, music, and ROCK all in one show, this is Rock School! Keep learning!

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Piece Description

Have you ever wondered what makes rock music sound like rock music? Well, here at Rock School, we spend our time making sure that you know everything there is to know about the world of rock. That's why this week, we're going to be having a class about those wonderful little things known as chords. Chords are a series of notes played at the same time that harmonize with each other and create a beautiful sound. Science, music, and ROCK all in one show, this is Rock School! Keep learning!

Additional Credits

Bethany West

Related Website

http://kslu.org/rock_school/