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  Missing Lesson?

I can't see any lesson in here... just the comments... what is up??...

02/11/2005, by 0 replies

Thanks albetan, I now have a lot to practice. I will also be taking private lessons at Rutgers University in the spring. This site is a great help.

12/09/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 9557

Hi Berean: Go to search engine (upwards) and look for files: Substitute and embellishing chords Chord progressions Extended chords Altered sev...

12/09/2004, by 0 replies
  Great Site

I just want to say thanks to everyone who helps out with this site! I have been playing for a church for 7 years, doing mostly gospel music and playing alo...

12/07/2004, by 0 replies

Where did the licks go that used to be on this page? did you take them off or is something wrong with my browser?...

11/16/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 8909

Hi- Im just reading the lessons right now and then Im going to take a closer look and practice and everything, But what do you want us to do with these ...

11/13/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 8192

Hi Dennis, Glad you found the site- welcome! So you lived in Ferndale, eh? Did you grow up in the area? What made you move to Ohio? If you come ba...

10/19/2004, by 0 replies

I just discovered this site. Awesome! I'm spending my next few months learning this stuff. I kick myself. I lived just down the road at Birch Bay in Fe...

10/19/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 7642

That's a cool musical dictionary page!...

10/01/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 7614

Welcome Iham to LJP. For the list of your doubts please visit: For helps in jazz beginning, please go to search...

09/30/2004, by 0 replies

I am new to playing jazz music. I love to listen tp it and that is what go me into playing it. Unfortunately, I have questions on some of the previously wr...

09/30/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 7349

I love it.. If lumberjacks can fell a tree, why the hell couldn't one of us fell a song? I can think of a few Oscar Peterson tunes that he definitely fell...

09/22/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 7267

that's right..ya gotta fell it before you can olay it:)...

09/19/2004, by 0 replies

Hi.J try to learn some jazz scales but j understend that jazz music can not learn with scales and same.You should fell the music and make something by your...

09/18/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 6828

hi cant we get further lessons to the jazz lessons room,if any can i get link to them...

08/31/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 6402

When I'm in Cancun, the last thing I want to do is play the piano:) Can we trade?...

08/09/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 6245

Well, in these cases, two giveaways are that the form is 12 bars long and that it starts on a dominant 7th chord and goes to a dominant 7th chord a fourth ...

08/04/2004, by 0 replies
  John Novello

You could also check out John Novello's video that features Blues...he also covered the one given here plus Gospel Blues...

07/27/2004, by 0 replies

Download a MIDI Program Called "Sibelius" and open the midi file threw it. It will proberly notate it for you.

07/10/2004, by 0 replies

[sf]hello, i just was trying to play this list, and when i heard midi link, i thnk that's very cool, but i can't play like that, i need more practice or so...

07/08/2004, by 0 replies
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