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  chord sheet

please i really ned a chord sheet...

07/08/2008, by 0 replies

more explanation on playing 2-5-1...

07/08/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 41830

No, you misunderstood it. Those notes are the extensions of those chords.

06/29/2008, by 0 replies
  A Mistake?

the notes of the acords(D,G,C) are wrong???...

06/20/2008, by 0 replies
  shape of chords..

the lesson is very helpful and attractive. thanx . my question is your idea of 'adjusting' or maipulating shape of chords in 2-5-1 progression, is consis...

02/21/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 39818

bottom of this site , link "Lead Sheets"...

01/19/2008, by 0 replies
  chord sheets

I do need chord sheets, are there any available hwent1...

01/19/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 39512

did you click on the "list files" link? then you should see this

01/07/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 39505

thank you knotty! I've also looked at Albetan's area. He's got a lot of good info. Unfortunately, half way through the blog the messages dissappear and ...

01/07/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 39489

yeah, that's why it's probably a good idea to practice these voicings in both hands. So you don't need to stop and think which finger moves. It just become...

01/06/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 39486

oh, I see. So when the pianist is playing this chord, although it says "play me this 7th chord" he is "voicing it" without really stopp...

01/06/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 39452

He's voincing the G7 using from bottom up the 7th, 9th, 3rd and 13th. Really, it's easier to look at it from the standpoint that you're only moving one ...

01/05/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 39439

Thank you very much for posting this lesson and being such a great help. My question is: On the 2-5-1 progression lesson, the V chord does something I can...

01/04/2008, by 0 replies
  Back, and motivated...

Hello, happy to be back... I got bogged down in the spring and was invited to play in a local band and they lent me a baritone sax (my high school i...

10/06/2007, by 0 replies
  fingering minor pentatonic scales

Really basic question: Is there a specific way to finger blues scales? I learned the diatonic scales as a kid on the piano, but if there are only five note...

09/08/2007, by 0 replies
  Benefits of piano playing for a guitarist

I've got a nice old piano in the house, and since noone plays it I try to noodle a little, and will try to learn some jazz playing from this site. I'm play...

08/27/2007, by 0 replies
  In answer to your question: yes

My friend, being a classically trained pianist is a very good way to become a jazz pianist. Nearly all of the great jazz players started out as classic...

08/05/2007, by 0 replies
  Classical Pianist, can we be a jazz pianist too?

SIr, I am glad you have shared your tallent by creating a website like this. I am a conseratory of music graduate but can I ask you and please tell me, can...

08/05/2007, by 0 replies
  Message number: 35816

It has a C in the root, but jazzers play four note rootless voicings, so to get four notes without playing the root (C), you add the 9th.

07/11/2007, by 0 replies

C Major 7 chord has no C in it?...

07/11/2007, by 0 replies
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