Old message # 5956

Bert, you are correct in that lower case roman numerals are supposed to indicate minor chords (ii7), but often times people will include the lowerc...

07/22/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5955

Post of the year! ;-)...

07/22/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5945

It ripped off all the spaces at the beginning of the line and completely ruined it! I'll do it over tomorrow or the next day. Sorry!...

07/22/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5944

[sf]Bert, You wrote: "BTW the site standard for chord symbols and the like would be a fine addition to the proposed beginner's info." Th...

07/22/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5892

I guess I'll stay confused then unless someone else can clear it up. But thanks for the notation lesson and should I post changes again I promise they'll ...

07/20/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5884

To me the symbol vi7 is extrememly confusing. Musically it means absolutely nothing.

07/19/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5883

Well thanks and I'm about at the point I mean it, since of course the goal is to communicate. But now you've got me curious. I thought that lower case me...

07/19/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5880

You say "I think you are saying I am correct the that m is unnecessary" It IS necessary. vi7 is incorrect. vim7 is correct for a minor 7...

07/19/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5878

I was reacting to your correction of my chord notation. I appreciate the lesson in proper standard notation (if there is such a thing, I'm under the i...

07/19/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5856

In a minor progression it's always a bVI. In a major progression it's often seen as a #V. "V#" is incorrect music representation. In y...

07/18/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5849

And the ending should be denoted bII9 I9.

07/18/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5848

Sorry, I didn't mean to give any offense. I just happened to have the (as you note probably arranged by a hack) sheet music for Aaron "T Bone...

07/18/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5835

Flat 6 chord is written bVI. What VIb9 means a six chord with a flatted 9th. What song are you referring to? If you are referring to "Stormy ...

07/17/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5833

[sf]I have sheet music in G that gives the changes as: I | IV9 | I | I7 | IV9 | IV9 | I |I vim7 VIb9| (VIb being flat 6th) V7 | ...

07/17/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5811

[sf]Here are the changes for "Stormy Monday". It was originally T-Bone Walker. T-Bone's version doesn't do the bII7 in bar 3 or the walkup be...

07/16/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5800

can someone please tell me where to get the chord chart for blues at sunrise, call it stormy monday, by stevie ray vaughan/b.b king/albert king and ...

07/16/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5089

Thank you for your applause. I love it!...

06/23/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 5078

>>I'm experimenting with those different positions now. Did anybody else just have a flashback to the "Dear Auntie" room? ;)...

06/23/2004, by 0 replies
  Thanks Jeffery

That should help considerabley. I'm experimenting with those different positions now. Samuel...

06/23/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 4749

` Check out the following article on fingering Blues pentatonics: http://www.JeffreeBrent.com/Lessons/CsharpMinorBluesPent.html All the rest of th...

06/02/2004, by 0 replies
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