Thanks to everyone who came out to the concert this past Saturday!
In the “aimless ramblings” category: I’ve been watching reruns of the “Larry Sanders” show for the past week and a half in my spare time (mostly during dinner), and man. They don’t write good TV like that anymore. Come to think of it, I don’t recall anything quite like it before, either. Garry Shandling is a visionary. The only show that even comes close is “Newsradio,” which was great fun in it’s own right.
I have weird taste in television and movies. There was a very short-lived show about a year ago called “The Cape” that was simply *amazing,* and it got canned due to poor ratings. Man was I bummed. And when I was a kid there was this film called “Buckaroo Banzai: Across the 8th Dimension” that was supposed to be the first of a whole series, but it crashed and burned at the box office. “BB” remains my all-time favorite film to this day; it has quite the little cult following, including infamous indie director Kevin Smith.
…OK, enough nostalgia for now. Stay tuned for more instructional videos! I have three more in the bag that I will post as soon as I’ve had a chance to tab them out.
Audio from the concert is available on my website- link here: http://www.zylaxis.com/mp3files/DavidMShere-MCNW_concert_3-9-2013.zip
I’ll have video from the concert as well, as soon as I’ve had a chance to edit it. Cheers!
Hi all, just an update that I will be giving a faculty concert at Music Center of the Northwest, Saturday March 9, 2013, 6:30pm! If you’re in the area please stop by; cheers, -Dave
In this video, I demonstrate 3 different sets of fingerings for the C major diatonic modes in one octave configurations, along with several exercises.
This is the first in a series of jazz lesson vids that I’ll be posting on this blog via Youtube. In this video I demonstrate 12 different fingerings for the C major scale.
I plan to use this page as a repository for a sort of running commentary about music. Specifically, I need a place to publish my endless guitar explorations, so this page will be a forum for my YouTube videos and links to tablature of original lesson content as I develop it.
Currently I have more than 24 journals (over 1500 pages!) of personal guitar studies spanning more than 20 years, some of which I have self-published in the form of three PDF books (all available for free download on my website), and all of which I have used with my students in private lessons at one time or another. I’m hoping that this blog will allow me to make smaller tutorials available on a more regular basis as I work on my next book or two.
As part of my teaching credentials, I am currently in the process of pursuing my Suzuki Association certification. I recently passed my audition; you can view the video here:
Thanks for your interest, and stay tuned!