"Playing Melody With Chords"
In regular music, chords are used to accompany rather than play the melody.
To hear the melody you would have to sing or play it with another instrument.
This collection of music uses chords that when played actually creates the "melody" of a song.
Melody Chord Songbook (Digital Download) ... (See Note Below)
Note: If you are a member of Pop's Music Club, this book is already included in our Library of Lyric & Chord Music.
Therefore, you do not have to purchase it separately.
However, if you are not a member please know that once purchased, this Book will be immediately downloaded as a Digital File for you to print.
Amazing Grace, Blueberry Hill, Born to Lose, Crazy, Edelewiss, Five Foot Two, God Bless America, Have I Told You Lately That I Love You, I Can't Help Falling In Love With You, Let Me Call You Sweetheart, Love Me Tender, The Old Rugged Cross, Release Me, Sentimental Journey, Side By Side, Tennessee Waltz, When Irish Eyes Are Smiling, When The Saints Go Marching In, Wings Of a Dove, Your Cheating Heart.
If not completely satisfied, keep music and call for a full refund.
The idea for playing the melody of a song using only chords came from customers
asking “Do I have to sing everything? How can I play the melody?”
Questions like these caused me to experiment using alternate chord structures.
The Melody Chord method is the result of that effort.
To make it even easier to play my Melody Chord Music I designed a tablature system
that illustrates which button(s) to press for each chord.
they do not contain melody, only accompaniment).