Oh When The Saints

by Chris Harrington

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  • HEY GMC!

    This month we are continuing our beginner series by looking at the traditional spiritual/jazz piece 'Oh When the Saints'.

    The focus with this lesson is to build a good relationship between fingers 1 and 3 on the fretting hand. We have mostly looked at using fingers 1 and 2 so far so using fingers that are not next to each other is a new step for us.

    This piece is a classic in the new orleans jazz scene and I hope you have fun adding it to your repertoire.



    TIME: 4/4
    TEMPO: 128BPM

    | C | C | C | C | C | C |

    | G | G | C | C | F | F |

    | C | G | C | C G | C |
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