The chords of this tune are entirely in the key of G Major. The melody of this song is a bit complex, so be sure to start at a speed this is slow enough for you to play it through so all the notes are ringing true, and then work on building up speed. Clear melody notes always beat scales played really fast, at least in my book!
|Chord Name||Roman Num.||Chord Notes|
|G Major||I||G, B, D|
|C Major||IV||C, E, G|
|D Major||V||D, F#, A|
|E minor||vi||E, G, B|
|A Part (2x)||I||V||I||I|
|B Part (2x)||I||I||V||V|
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The bold, black notes and numbers in the diagrams below show which Major scale notes and scale degrees (do, re, mi...) make up each melody.
|G Major scale||G||A||B||C||D||E||F#|
These fiddle tunes have been on a list for me to work on for
a long time, so I put these here for me, and all of you who
are working on the same thing. Good luck building speed!
Big Sciota Chord Progression
Big Sciota (in G Major)
Pick a reasonable tempo for you & build speed!
See these scales with a Fretboard Toolbox: