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  S90

Jeff, what do you think of this yamaha S-90?...

03/02/2006, by 0 replies
  Message number: 24449

You deserve it. Those are some [u]great[/u] arrangements and terrific piano playing too!...

02/20/2006, by 0 replies
  midi

Jeff, thanks for midi reviews. Makes an old guy feel young again. Frank Buccino...

02/20/2006, by 0 replies
  Message number: 23489

There's no "exercise" per se. Just play through Real Book heads, and figure out which chord tones sound the best with the RH thumb and forefinger...

01/26/2006, by 0 replies
  "chord-melody" style

7, what exercise do you recommend to do for this?...

01/26/2006, by 0 replies
  is there a flute site?

7, do you know a Learn jazz flute.com or something like it?...

01/19/2006, by 0 replies
  Message number: 23123

When I was traveling through Egypt, The Sudan, Lebanon, Syria, Pakistan, India, Malaysia, Thailand and the Phillipines I only had my flute. I practiced ...

01/14/2006, by 0 replies
  flute

Hey Jeff, I am in peru, I do not have my keyboard (again... ) only my flute, What do you recommend me to do ? (be serious, LOL) I have p...

01/14/2006, by 0 replies
  Message number: 23045

Actually 1981 is 25 years ago, that's a quarter of a century.... geeeee I was 6 at that time...

01/12/2006, by 0 replies
  Ok.. I think I am getting old

Thinking that 1981 is 20 years ago makes me realize I am not as young as I thought :|...

01/11/2006, by 0 replies
  Message number: 23021

I lived in Paris off and on for three years in between tours from 1977 thru 1981 (or something like that - it's hard to remember). I had a girlf...

01/11/2006, by 0 replies
  Message number: 23017

7, did you come to Paris, as said previously in this thread ? Did you find some good places to hear good music ?...

01/11/2006, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22937

Not to be a pedant - but Astor Piazzolla played a bandoneon.... *grin* Anyway, an accordion player and a trombonist managed to get a gig in a club on Ne...

01/09/2006, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22530

7 is right, get a "Pariscope" or a "Officiel des spectacles" There's anothere little book that you can find for free in places playing ...

12/24/2005, by 0 replies
  Mexican Music

You can't have Mexican music without the accordian!...

12/23/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22502

LOL ;-)) Dear Auntie, speaking about parasites, are you sure you aren't subject to any bugs these days ?? It's cold outside, maybe should you...

12/23/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22496

And for the sites around Paris get a "Parisite". ROFLMAO !!!!...

12/23/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22494

Absolutely, 7, you are right, and if I remember, it's called "Pariscope". Good point.

12/23/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22487

There's a weekly magazine that's published in Paris that tells about everything to do with entertainment and the arts (I forget what it's called). ...

12/23/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22474

[sf]Lobito, I live some 1000 kms from Paris (it's like another country for us ;-)), and my experience in listening live jazz there is tiny...

12/23/2005, by 0 replies
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