This is a beautiful ballad Gera, thanks!
beautiful. Great song. Thx for this lesson
I just love Sting! One of my favorite pop singers/composers. Great job, Gera!
Beautiful song choice and lesson Gerardo!
that is pure awesomeness Love this song
the main chords/riff is a classic!
Thanks everyone, I'm glad you like it.
OST means Orginal Sound Track, its an abreviation that sliped
Beautiful song Gerardo ! Very nice way to learn chords patterns.
My favorite song from Sting. I wanted to learn this for so long
Beautiful cover Gerardo!
Sounds really great!
An awesome lesson from an awesome song. Just perfect!
Love that song Gerardo, very beautiful.
Léon si a french movie :] But I forgot that there was this music in it..
brought memories with this one,
I want to learn that main riff, it's cool
Beautiful playing, Gerardo!
wow, great great job man! sounds just perfect!
I learned it had been on my mind for years
Very nice playing Gerardo! This is an awesome song!
I will learn this song
Soooo beautiful, on of my fave Sting songs, great lesosn Gera
It would be good if you wrote out the cord charts with fingerings.
Hello everyone, today I´m bringing a song called "Shape of my Hearth" by Sting. This song is from the album "Ten Summoner's Tales" (1993), this song is also featured in the Orginal Sound Track of the movie "Léon the professional" (1994).
The guitar used is a nylon string line guitar with some heavy reverb. The guitar part makes a lot of use of triads, open and close and also there are some triads as upper part of chords.
One nice detail for this song is that the same guitar part is used for intro, verse and almost all chorus.
The structure of the song is:
Intro 8M (01-08)
Verse 1 8M (09-16)
Verse 2 8M (17-24)
Chorus 1 8M (25-32)
Verse 3 8M (33-40)
Chorus 2+ turn around 8+3M* (41-51)
Harmonica solo 8+2M (52-61)
Verse 4 8M (62-69)
Verse 5 8M (62-77)
Chorus 3 8+5M* (78-80)
Coda 4M (80-84)
* The last measure of each of this sections is 2/4.
Some chord diagram has diamond showing the bass notes and the names of each diagram is derived from the overall harmony.
I have used some bts on the explanatory vids which are panned to the right, so if you turn your pan knob to the left you can hear the guitar alone.