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Nor, welcome back! How did you get Hal Leonard to publish your book?...

11/29/2004, by 0 replies
  I'm back !

Hi there! I'm Nor, sorry for not writing for a while this is because I was very busy with my book witch will be released next year 2005 by Hal Leonard, ...

11/28/2004, by 0 replies
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Well, I no longer have the old files, maybe they got corrupted!!! I only have the new files witch I came to put here! "Quartal Jazz Oiano Voici...

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I agree with Scot. I found music theory to Grade V (UK) very useful indeed for learning jazz - in fact, absolutely essential. Finding a good class...

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Well, I get up at 5:30 to practice classical for a couple hours most mornings :) Sounds like you are fairly accomplished as a classical player. Do ...

11/04/2004, by 0 replies
  guyyyss

you guys all seem to be so smart about all of this jazz stuff, and i pretty much just play classical, like lots of classical.. it's pretty much my life, ev...

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  Problems with download files

Hello, I am having problems opening the following files : -second set of 2 5 3 6 2 5 progressions by Nor -2 5 3 6 2 5 progressions by Nor -More of No...

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  Jazz Piano From Scratch - Charles Beale

Does someone know this book? And what is your experience? According to me it is a complete good book for the starting jazz pianist. Please let me know your...

07/22/2004, by 0 replies
  tighter timing tip

if there's no metronome available, use the clock...although 60 BPM is a little on the high side for this excersize, and playing at 30 BPM could be consider...

05/26/2004, by 0 replies
  tighter timing tip

the bass player of our little troupe of musicians recently showed me a nice way to train your 'tightness' of timing. It certainly feels as if my timing is ...

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