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  Scale in Calderazzo solo

Hi guys! It´s been over ten years since i last visited this forum. Who are still here from the good old days? At the moment i´m transcribing a Joey...

06/03/2020, by 1 reply from 09/30/2020
  What is (s)he playing there?

I'm struggeling with passages from Bud Powell, Lennie Tristano and many more of my jazz-heroes. I would love to post YouTube-links with the exact time-mark...

03/24/2020, by 0 replies
  Message number: 47830

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09/26/2010, by 0 replies
  7b5 is NOT a half-diminshed (as stated in #33715)

As post 33502 says: C7b5 = C E Gb Bb; C half-dim = C Eb Gb Bb.

11/29/2007, by 0 replies

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11/22/2007, by 0 replies
  Message number: 33715

A 7b5 is another way of saying half-diminished.

03/10/2007, by 0 replies
  Message number: 33502

Yes, a 7b5 is a regular 7th chord with a flatted fifth. Ex: C7b5 = C E Gb Bb Something interesting (and useful to know) is that any 7b5 chord...

03/04/2007, by 0 replies
  practicing left hand chords

I have been classically trained in piano but feel I would like to branch off into popular music. I have bought a book "How to play from a fake book&q...

01/25/2007, by 0 replies
  Hands independence

Hi, I guess that this topic comes back on regular basis ... left independence ... being a blues fan for a while and a beginner piano player ... I've str...

12/04/2006, by 0 replies
  moving left hand solo playing

Since my left hand can only span about a M9th or maybe Min10th. I hate the fact I'm destined to mostly broken 13ths. I'd like to get more away from using...

11/28/2006, by 0 replies
  like to try tritones

I do understand that a tritone is the 3rd and 7th of a scale Ok, but how do you use them? How can I incorporate them in the music that I already know to m...

03/23/2006, by 0 replies
  Ole Christmastree

What is the base line cords in Ole Christmastree by Vince Girralti? I really want to know. What is the Base line cords in Groovin High by Dave Bruback. She...

12/05/2005, by 0 replies

can you show those on a midi? cuz i really have the left hand problem! if i do understand we need to be able to play the song only with the LH without usi...

11/22/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 20196

Lots of articles on walking bass, stride etc at and stuff like pad comping and static comping and attack co...

10/23/2005, by 0 replies
  left hand help!

hey guys, im new here on this site but definitly not new to the piano. I'm having a little trouble with my left hand and improvisation. I can improv my way...

10/23/2005, by 0 replies

Hey! If You need sheet music ( standards) I have more than 1500!...

10/18/2005, by 0 replies
  Problems with left hand

I fell that always i am doing the same things with the left hand. I need some ideas, exercices, etc... like for exemple walking bass, arpeggios, ... Pleas...

10/12/2005, by 0 replies
  Help for a begginer

Hi! I bought a keyboard last week (can't afford a piano right now) to learn how to play jazz and other stuff that I like, but, besides I seem to le...

09/13/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 12014

First of all there are many different kinds of Jazz. It's best to focus on a specific era, ie. the era that turns you on the most. Get all the recording...

03/17/2005, by 0 replies
  Guitar Stuff?

Hey Guys, this is a great site thanks for the time and effort in helping people expand. I've already refered it to two of my frinds since yesterday! N...

02/18/2005, by 0 replies
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