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Dobro Lessons: Slants:"Wildwood Flower"

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[MUSIC].
I've got a song here and it's a song that
we've done already in a previous lesson
but this is gonna be a version where we
use some slants to get the melody.
It's the Wildwood Flower with slants for
the melody.
And I'll just let you know, you know, the
slants can be a little bit challenging so
you know, you wanna really try and focus
on your intonation on these, and
what helps, really, is to have a reference
point.
So that's why using these backing tracks
or
playing this with a group or another
musician can really help you stay in tune.
When you're trying to do these slants just
on your own and
you don't have like a reference pitch, it
can be a little more challenging.
So don't get discouraged but
using these backing tracks will really
help your intonation with these.
And so, we'll go ahead and
show you how that's going to work with the
Wildwood Flower backing track.
[MUSIC]