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Hello.. I am practicing scales and I want to begin with patterns and sequences. Me alone I know C,E,D,F E,G,F,A, G,B,A,C, B,D,C. with the fingering 13...

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You need to get Adobe acrobat reader. It's free. Go to the Adobe site and down load it.

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I cannot open the pdf files. Please can anyone tell me what to do? paddyallen (Alan)...

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With the Evans style rootless chords there are pretty much just two voicings. Using quartals voicings for the various chords offers many more possibilit...

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I'm reading (and practising) Albetan's stuff with pleasure. In the piece about pentatonics and quartals he refers to the your Quartals essay. To be...

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I'm not sure what you're talking about, but if I can help let me know. I guess I don't understand the use of the word "parsing".

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Interesting thing on piano tabs... I'm trying to figure out a way that I can create sheet music type of output on the fly by parsing out the piano tabs...

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Well, I use the <embed stuff, so I guess it works in some ways. What I can do is change the wording so people know if no music plays, to use the left mo...

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[sf]I click on the midi file a new window opens up it says [u]Right Click to Save[/u] Playing 1086030989_Stewwa...

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The scholarly books written on the subject are contradictory as to the nature of consonant production. "Whistled Languages" by Andrť Classe an...

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MT - Great Job! Looks good. Gotta check the others. thx 7...

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I bookmarked the site and will have a good look at it later. http://www.hearandplay.com/ thanks 7...

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