Talking about "Secondary Dominants", how they function within a tune and how they can be analyize and discuss in a intelligent way.
  stankata

Tell Please,about Secondory dom.

08/19/2009, by 0 replies
  Old message # 42497

The third bar of "Take The A Train" is a classic example of one. If you can play the tune, you are using it already. (The D7, is the V of...

08/27/2008, by 0 replies
  Secondary Dominants How to them?

How can I use a secondary Dominants in a tune.

08/26/2008, by 0 replies
  saludos

alguien que me apoye con partituras de montunos y tumbaos para piano soy nuevo en el estilo latino pero ya toco por partitura musica clasica...

06/22/2008, by 0 replies
  somebody help me

how do i talk to someone...

12/11/2007, by 0 replies
  i need some leaning books for piano

PLS I NEED SOME LEARNING BOOKS...

08/17/2007, by 0 replies
  Old message # 33057

I need more information on passing chord and how the relate.

02/15/2007, by 0 replies
  Old message # 24563

Ok.....si senor....that's easy enough. Thank You...

02/24/2006, by 0 replies
  Old message # 24394

[sf] A primary dominant is the V of the parent tonic. A secondary dominant contains note(s) outside the parent tonic, and acts as the dominant t...

02/19/2006, by 0 replies
  Old message # 24392

Secondary-Dominant STARTER info please? What, please (in basic definition), is a secondary dominant and to what most-basic progression type or p...

02/19/2006, by 0 replies
  Old message # 24390

Thank you Barry. Come on people: Quit junkin' up the threads.

02/19/2006, by 0 replies
  Old message # 21968

This is the wrong room for this kind of question. There are two lesson rooms dealing with issues like these. Click on 'show list' next to 'Rooms' in the ...

12/08/2005, by 0 replies
  What Child is This?

What is a good base line to this tune?...

12/08/2005, by 0 replies
  Vince Giraulty

The tune Christmastree; what is the base line? Especiall when he begins to improvise.

12/08/2005, by 0 replies
  Old message # 11366

Begin here: http://www.learnjazzpiano.com/citadel/scotcit.mvc?room_desc=1&intro_off=0&room_id=1074922438&hall_id=1074921458...

02/20/2005, by 0 replies
  eddslem

im active in the mind but the hand doesnt know what to play.pls guys help me with as much scales and solos as you've gotten. From Nigeria...

02/19/2005, by 0 replies
  Old message # 9570

hey dont diss a pastafarian just cause hes not herbie hancock... jah carbohydrate...

12/09/2004, by 0 replies
  to jah bless

thats what practice is for jah... why does everyone not seem to realize that..haha.. jah bless....strugglin chops...

11/16/2004, by 0 replies
  re-sunnyspiano above

What kinds of stuff in specific do you want to deal with??Check with me over at "360 degrees" for more...........

11/07/2004, by 0 replies
  i need scales and solos

im active in the mind but the hand doesnt know what to play.pls guys help me with as much scales and solos as youve gotten. JAH BLESS.

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