Use the CAGED system to play major chords in several positions.
(For those who want to go into more detail about the CAGED system, I am currently writing an e-book on the subject. In the meantime, check out my posts on major and minor arpeggios using the system.
The CAGED System
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A Sixteenth Century carol, from the mystery play The Pageant of the Shearmen and Tailors, about the massacre of the innocents. Take note of the interesting harmonic effect called a Picardy third, where the minor third in the tonic chord moves up a semi-tone to make a major third at the end of each stanza.
The Coventry Carol
A traditional English carol.
The Holly And The Ivy in G