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  Message number: 6259

Hey thanks Barry! I know it's not my best performance and I would love to get some pointers and tips on how to make it better, there is loads of room for i...

08/04/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 6246

Hey Doc-Z! Good effort. Sorry for not listening earlier, but I've been away for a few days. I've had a quick listen and I think I can give you a few t...

08/04/2004, by 0 replies
  correction

well what i actually was meaning, was that the 2 and 5's are variable in length, the first ones are 4 beats and the second ones are 2 beats. Which I think ...

07/29/2004, by 0 replies
  Bass lines

Just a question. This song uses (2) - 5 - 1's a lot like: G-7 - C7 - F F-7 - Bb7 - Eb A-7 - D7 - G but the 2 and 5's of these lasts only two...

07/28/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 6104

Looks like I'm the first to upload a file here, oh well, hope there will be more. I can't wait to see how other people play this song. I've never heard t...

07/28/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 5661

That's why Tatum is God! lol...

07/13/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 5648

I would suspect the use of the sustain pedal.

07/12/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 5647

Ok :) Man, that explains it, still you have to be pretty fast to do that so precisely. Doc-Z...

07/12/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 5646

Yeah, he doesn't hit those at the same time. A lot of times he'll roll (we all do) and a lot of times even though it's notated for left hand, he wo...

07/12/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 5640

Well, my guess would be that it's that fast, it appears as if they're all being played at the same time but in actual fact, the bass note was struck first,...

07/12/2004, by 0 replies
  The link is:

http://espen.stua.biz/art_tatum.jpg...

07/12/2004, by 0 replies
  How the H... does he do this?

Hello, this is a screenshot from Van Basco's Midi player, I just downloaded a MIDI file which is based on a transcription of an Art Tatum performance. Now ...

07/12/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 5626

Excellent work Pete - you beat me to it! lol The only thing I would have looked at slightly differently is the Bb7 you mention in bar 15. I would look ...

07/12/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 5610

http://guitar-primer.com/Charts/Chart-970.html...

07/11/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 5607

Thanks for creating this room Scot. Below is a reprint of a post in the lobby lounge which outlined what the point of the monthly standard is. "Fo...

07/11/2004, by 0 replies
  Message number: 5601

The thing to do is find the original. Look for music from the Broadway show called, "Two for the Show". The tune was written by Morgan Lewis, w...

07/11/2004, by 0 replies
  This song..

I've found a lot of differen't versions of this song, just wondering which was the right one... I've got one with Ella Fitzgerald and Charlie Parker, but t...

07/11/2004, by 0 replies
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