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Purchase song off iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/the-piano-guys/id498030399 Lyric Translation here: http://thepianoguys.com/portfolio/dont-you-worry-child/ We feel lucky to be able to shoot videos in so many stunning destinations around the state of Utah. Our friends at the Utah Office of Tourism helped introduce us to the unique location we used for this video. We hope you'll Like their Facebook page here http://goo.gl/U7n8oj to learn more about what Utah has to offer. A Special thanks to Override Films for the RC Aerial Video http://www.OverrideFilms.com http://www.Facebook.com/OverrideFilms http://www.Vimeo.com/OverrideFilms http://www.YouTube.com/FlyingSensors Follow Shweta Subram's sites: https://www.facebook.com/shwetasubram https://www.twitter.com/shwetasubram http://www.youtube.com/user/shwetasubram Story behind the music and the video: While shooting our video "Lord of the Rings" Steve's steel cello was damaged. When we reattached the fingerboard the strings were too close to the surface and this caused a buzzing sound when plucked. The Sitello was born -- a cross between an Indian sitar and a cello. This sparked an idea. We love incorporating ethnicity into our arrangements -- it helps us keep our music fresh, opens our style to new influences, and helps us appreciate and respect other cultures. (We believe music should be an integral part of the world peace equation!) :-) As we were contemplating an Indian-style cover we happened to sit next to a woman from India on a plane ride home from one of our concert tours. She was excited and recommended several sources for inspiration and ideas, including a very talented artist named Shankar Tucker (http://www.youtube.com/user/TheShrutibox) whose YouTube channel featured a collab with an Indian vocalist named Shweta Subram. Shweta immediately stood out to us -- her smile was so genuine and contagious. She naturally emitted such an amiability in her stage presence that we were drawn to her performance. Her voice effortlessly depicted an Indian classical vibe while still being completely accessible. We contacted her and by the gift of Providence her PR agent was a self-proclaimed "big fan" of ours and had shown Shweta some of our videos just days before. We selected Swedish House Mafia's tune "Don't You Worry Child" primarily because of its message. We loved the spiritual essence of the chorus -- we agree that Heaven has a plan for everyone and that it's better than any plan we could come up with on our own. As Shweta selected Hindi lyrics for our arrangement she extended this spiritual theme. In fact, the lyrics in the intro come from a traditional Hindi prayer. Our alternative title "Khushnuma" means "happiness" and "no worries." See all the lyrics and their translation here: http://dev2.thepianoguys.com/our-videos/ In writing the music we studied traditional Indian instruments (especially the sitar, the pungi, the tabla, and the tumbak). Among the artists we studied was the legendary Pandit Ravi Shankar and his daughter Anoushka. We began by building the beat you hear in the chorus -- which served as the groundwork for the tune. Then we worked at recreating qualities of the pungi flute, the pitched tabla drum, and the sitar with steel, wood, carbon fiber, and electric cellos. We added piano licks that were inspired by both the traditional Indian scale and the Western Classical style -- blending the two, as we like to do in our music. Shweta's vocals are what truly gave our whole arrangement an authenticity and refined beauty. Her talent and her contribution were inspired. We'd like to thank the Sri Sri Radha Krsna Temple for letting us film there -- learn more about their temple here: http://www.utahkrishnas.org/ We'd also like to thank Troy Tasker and Shaun Jeffery for helping us scout out the Little Sahara Dunes and Bryce Payne for loaning us his trailer to make it possible! Credits "Don't You Worry Child" originally performed by Swedish House Mafia ft. John Martin -- written by STEVE ANGELLO, JOHN MARTIN, ; MARTIN LINDSTROM, MICHEL ; ZITRON, SEBASTIAN INGROSSO, ; AXEL HEDFORS Published by SONY/ATV, UNIVERSAL -- POLYGRAM INT, KOBALT MUSIC ThePianoGuys arrangement produced by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson Arrangement written by Al van der Beek, Steven Sharp Nelson, Jon Schmidt & Shweta Subram Hindi Lyrics by Shweta Subram & Abhay Jodhpurkar; English translation and adaptation by Shweta Subram & Steven Sharp Nelson Performed by Steven Sharp Nelson: electric, acoustic, carbon fiber, and steel cellos, cello-percussion, percussion, vocal textures Al van der Beek: percussion, back-up vocals, vocal textures Jon Schmidt: Piano And Guest Artist Shweta Subram: lead vocals Recorded, mixed and mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios in Utah, U.S.A. Produced & Filmed by Paul Anderson & Shaye Scott Edited by Shaye Scott, Paul Anderson & Tel Stewart Piano Stunt Coordinator: Jeremy Crawford
31 Jul 2013
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Remember fingerboards? This is what it looks like when you actually know what you're doing.
30 Nov 2012
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7 Jun 2012
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Located in Monrovia, Maryland and serving the surrounding area, Home Tech is the number one choice when it comes roofs. That’s because we use premium materials and provide high quality results. So whether it’s a complete installation, a re-roof or just a minor repair, you know whom to turn to. Home Tech Home Tech (301) 965-0533 11793 Fingerboard Rd., Ste. 201 Monrovia, MD 21770 www.monroviaroofer****
13 Apr 2012
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The Epiphone Dot is a jazzbox with a classic semi-hollow design. The laminated maple body contains two humbucking pickups and a stopbar tailpiece with a Tune-O-Matic bridge, elegant f-holes, and a pickguard adorned with the Epiphone "E." Its set maple neck has a rosewood fingerboard embellished with dot inlays. Case available but not included. 2 Volume and 2 Tone controls with 3-way switch Adjustable bridge with stop tailpiece Grover die-cast sealed tuners Chrome hardware White body binding 24.75" scale 1.68" nut width. Used and in good + condition. Some light scratches and wear though very playable. Excellent tone.
13 Oct 2011
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2008 Fender American Standard Stratocaster HSS Sienna Sunburst w/OHSC One owner, rarely played and in very good condition. One small ding on the back is all that keeps this guitar from being new! The American Standard Strat boasts more output and warmth thanks to its Neck and Middle positioned Tex Mex single-coil pickups and Diamondback humbucking pickup located at the bridge. Classic and simple electronics (no S-1 switch) with key features such as the hand-rolled fingerboard edges and staggered tuning machines. Fender American Standard Stratocaster Features: Swamp Ash Body Improved bent-steel saddles Copper-infused high-mass block for increased resonance and sustain Neck treatment tinted for a richer presentation Rosewood fingerboard buffed to a high gloss Silky satin Neck finish A thin undercoat finish enabling the body to breathe improving resonance A new Fender-exclusive SKB molded case $895.00 Call 315-782-3604 for more information
13 Oct 2011
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2004 Gretsch Brian Setzer G6120SHL Hollowbody Lime Gold w/OHSC The smokin’ Brian Setzer tone come alive with this gleaming beauty! The original Hot Rod Filter-Tron hum buckers in an arched top with 1959 style bracing, a 2 piece maple neck, 22 frets, with a 9.45” radius Ebony fingerboard with a 1 11/16” nut, 24.6“ scale length. The hardware includes a pinned Rosewood-based Adjusto-Matic bridge, Gretsch Bigsby Vibrto tailpiece, 3 position toggle switch, Chrome plated hardware, Gloss Urethane Lime Gold finish, and Deluxe Sperzel Nickel-Plated Die-Cast locking tuning machines. Other features: Chrome Hot Rod plate on headstock, Neo-Classic “Thumbnail” inlay position markers, bound fingerboard, multiply body bindings, Delrin nut, Silver Plexi pick guard with Hot Rod Graphic, Knurled strap retainer knobs, adjustable truss rod. Deluxe Hardshell Case included (G6241) $1995.00 Call 315-782-3604 for more information. Dr. Guitar Music Watertown, NY
13 Oct 2011
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2000 Epiphone Dot Semi-Hollowbody Electric Guitar Gloss Black The Epiphone Dot is a jazzbox with a classic semi-hollow design. The laminated maple body contains two humbucking pickups and a stopbar tailpiece with a Tune-O-Matic bridge, elegant f-holes, and a pickguard adorned with the Epiphone "E." Its set maple neck has a rosewood fingerboard embellished with dot inlays. Case available but not included. 2 Volume and 2 Tone controls with 3-way switch Adjustable bridge with stop tailpiece Grover die-cast sealed tuners Chrome hardware White body binding 24.75" scale 1.68" nut width. Used and in good + condition. Some light scratches and wear though very playable. Excellent tone.
13 Oct 2011
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The Squier Stagemaster is made explicitly with the young rocker in mind. With its sleek body design, reverse headstock and drive-bombing, double-locking tremolo, the new Squier Stagemaster spells "flash" with every feature. The Squier Stagemaster HSS comes equipped with sleek hardwood body, maple neck, reverse Strat headstock, die-cast machine heads, Rosewood fingerboard (12.6" radius), 22 frets, master volume and tone controls, white/black/white pickguard and a Floyd Rose® licensed double-locking tremolo. The Stagemaster is available in three different pickup configurations. The Stagemaster HSS features a scorching humbucker in the bridge position and two hot single-coils in the middle and neck with 5-way switching. While the HH features dual humbuckers and 3-way switching, the HSH has dual humbuckers and one single-coil pickup in the middle. This guitar is in very good shape and plays as good as it sounds. Don’t knock it until you try it! $275.00 Dr. Guitar Music 315-782-3604 www.drguitarmusic****
3 Sep 2011
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1998 Ibanez RG570JG Juniper Green Electric Guitar Basswood double cutaway body, 25 ½” scale Wizard I hard maple neck with Bubinga stripe, HSH pickup configuration with Ibanez V7 in the neck, S1 in the middle, and V8 in the bridge. 24 jumbo frets, rosewod fingerboard, Licensed Floyd Rose double locking tremolo. Built in Fujigen, Japan. The Juniper Green finish is scratched below the bridge as well as the belt buckle rash. There is on ding in the top and a few on the edges of the body. The V7 hum bucker is a ceramic pickup with a tight, bright sound, the S1 is an Alnico-5 single-coil pickup with traditional sounds mixed with high output, and the V8 hum bicker is an Alnico-5 magnet with an articulate sound and great harmonics. $395.00 Dr. Guitar Music 315-782-3604 www.drguitarmusic****
3 Sep 2011
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1988 Charvel 4b Bass Burgundy Mist w/OHSC This model was built for only one year and in a variety of colors, Burgundy mist being the rarer of the finishes. Specs: One J-20 slpit-coil pickup, on J-150 single coil pickup, on volume, JE-2000 active low impedance electronics with treble control cut/boost and bass control cut/boost. 3 Way toggle switch, rosewood fingerboard, bolt-on maple neck. The bass plays and works very well, there are a few scratches and one ding, some belt buckle rash as well. Over all it is a great playing, looking and sounding bass. A perfect addition to your collection. $395.00 www.drguitarmusic**** 315-782-3604 Dr. Guitar Music
3 Sep 2011
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*******www.worshipguitarclass****/sore-fingers-guitar.html - It's frustrating to want to learn the guitar, but discover that your finger tips hurt too much to even play the guitar. Fortunately your fingers will eventually make calluses and the pain will cease. Here are 5 tips to help with the guitar sore fingers now. 1. Buy an easy to play guitar. Start with a classical or electric guitar. 2. Make sure the action, distance between the strings and fingerboard, is low. Aim for 3/16 at the 12 fret, which is quite low. 3. Try icing your finger tips before and after playing. This is an easy to implement guitar sore fingers tip. 4. Put your fingers in vinegar, let them dry and play your guitar. 5. Applying rubbing alcohol to the tips of your finger helps. Need more idea? See a dozen tips for guitar sore fingers at *******www.worshipguitarclass****/sore-fingers-guitar.html
18 Aug 2011
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FULL COURSE: *******su.pr/1xtSFp More free guitar lessons: *******su.pr/1Y6np4 As guitarists, I think we've all experienced that sense of frustration and helplessness that occurs when, while playing, the fingerboard starts to shut down, dissolving into an elusive maze of strings and frets. Just what is it that makes viewing musical relationships on guitar so difficult? Actually, there are a number of factors that are responsible and during this course we are going to address and hopefully remedy all of them. One obstacle is the result of a misconception and habit of thought acquired during the earliest stages of learning to play that is carried over into later playing situations. That misconception is that chord symbols represent isolated, unrelated finger grips. For example, when playing a simple folk song, each chord symbol is treated as representing a finger grip to be strummed until the next chord symbol is spotted above the lyric. (This is an example of vertical thinking.) While this is a fine and necessary approach for a beginner, later on, encountering more harmonically complex material, thinking of chord symbols as isolated and unrelated finger grips tends to obscure the closely interdependent horizontal flow and function of chords within a progression. Let me give you some examples. Progression for Danny Boy, Loch Lomond D Dmaj7 D6 D G Gmaj7 Em7 A7 D (Above progression with isolated finger grips.) (Above Progression with good voice leading showing the descending moving bass line on the 6th string.) Notice how the beautiful moving line implied by these chord symbols was obscured when I approached each chord symbol as an isolated and unrelated finger grip. Try to keep lines moving in the same direction as long as possible. Now, to acquire the skills necessary to interpret chord symbols as a guide to accessing moving lines, you'll need to become thoroughly familiar with triads which are the building blocks of chords, chord construction formulas and chord voicings in all inversions and locations along and across the fingerboard. Part One of this course will introduce you to all these topics.
31 May 2010
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31 May 2010
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