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  Thanks SolArt, I was about to write that I saw an earlier messag

Thanks very much.

09/04/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 18511

They were just "thrown in". As I've mentioned elsewhere, I like "accurately" notated chord symbols, but these above versions are for th...

09/04/2005, by 0 replies
  Explanation of How to Form the Chords?

They're labeled 7ths but they contain a sixth and ninth. Is there an explanation?...

09/04/2005, by 0 replies
  loven it

Hi, thankyou, i love jazz but i got stuck at a certain stage of my music, i hated not being able to play, i was bored of hearing the same stuff, when i did...

08/14/2005, by 0 replies
  Re:Question????

Percy, you wrote this: >> Hi, I'm Chilean and am lerning to play piano by myself... my question is why on seccion " the basics" the C7...

08/08/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 16788

Do you mean country-western? An EASY way to remember how to build the common blues scale is it's 2 minor third & a whole step units joined by a hal...

07/21/2005, by 0 replies
  i dont really understand the blues scale yet

i am into studying the blues scale and i dont quite get it yet because may be im too used to western music...

07/21/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 15635

Outstanding, hope you have a lot of fun working out these blues thigns. Let us know if you have any questions!...

06/26/2005, by 0 replies
  Help for Beginners

Hey all you who are just starting out on piano, I recommend to find yourselves a piano teacher to get you started with the basics of piano playing, books a...

06/10/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 13525

Hi PRS This is because in jazz we tend to add some "extentions" to make a chord have more "color". Sometimes the fifth of chords ...

05/04/2005, by 0 replies
  Question????

Hi, I'm Chilean and am lerning to play piano by myself... my question is why on seccion " the basics" the C7 is ( e - g- Bb - d ) and th...

05/03/2005, by 0 replies
  i need more chords/improvisation skills

i need a help to improve my improvisation skills to be very fast.

03/30/2005, by 0 replies
  How is jazz

Can someone explain how jazz is taught by a teacher? My teacher cannot teach me jazz and i cant find any teacher that teaches jazz or blues.

03/29/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 12030

The best way to get information is to ask specific questions. What tunes are you working on these days?...

03/17/2005, by 0 replies
  sorry!!

my mail address is mjerrybrooks@yahoo.com. I must admit that you guys (scot'n crew) are great. all these for free!!! Thumbs up Mr. Scot.

03/14/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 11602

Yeah, exactly. If you learn by ear, then you have to listen to the kind of music you want to learn, and listen to it all the time. Get some Oscar Peterson...

02/26/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 11601

I guess you should ask yourself; "how did I learn to play like Elton John, The Beetles and Billy Joel?" I'm guessing the same technique would...

02/26/2005, by 0 replies
  want to learn to play blues, jazz style but don't read music !!

I play by ear only and want to learn to play more a blues, jazz flavor or style.... I currently play more like elton john, beatles, billy joel style....Is ...

02/25/2005, by 0 replies
  some explanation

Shame on me !!!! should have gone to basics first! tnx for this site Eric...

02/21/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 11394

That's because in jazz a 7th chord is just a roadmap for harmony. So sometimes we play a 13th, almost always a 9th. Take a look at the "basic" s...

02/20/2005, by 0 replies
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