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    Re: Pretty Fair Maid Tim O'Brien

    I advise anyone to forget about tab playing. It's a dead end lane, always dependent on this daft method. Instead learn the notes on the fretboard, learn the basics of music theory and muddle through....
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    Re: Pretty Fair Maid Tim O'Brien

    what about take your mando, play and write down the notes , easy
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    Re: Wade's Welcome to Inverness

    I kow, I bought it. Yes. I like it very much. There are zillions of great tunes , some ancient medieval, a passion with no end.

    I could upload for mando without diddlybits, if wanted. With mid a...
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    Wade's Welcome to Inverness

    https://musescore.com/user/10431581/scores/6004910
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    Fugue for dummies

    composing, also available https://musescore.com/user/1831606/sets/5097089

    https://musescore.com/user/1831606/sets/5097089
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    fugue

    nice,

    https://musescore.com/mike_magatagan/scores/2373771
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    Re: Bach, where to start?

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    Re: Raga and indian music theory

    160162

    This one I bought in Dehli, last night before departure after a weeks long trek around the north of India. In the lodge I surprised my wife saying I want a Sitar. Didn't know anything about...
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    Re: Raga and indian music theory

    Yes


    https://youtu.be/YdHe4dTc4Dw

    CWRoyds Thank you for your time and effort to explain this vast subject to a sort of dyslexic in this genre with words so appropriate.

    Many years I admire...
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    Re: Raga and indian music theory

    Thank You! To me a surprising response. Thanks again.

    My experience so far is: I bought a Sitar in Dehli, turned out it is not the quality they said but a normal one. So far it is decorating the...
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    Re: Pachelbel Canon Dmajor

    Went to a bookstore and got the Organum script by Max Seiffert, Kanon, Violins 1 2 3 and violoncello. Listened to all recordings on youtube, downloaded analysis parts from Musescore, searched the...
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    Re: composing and arranging

    Whatever the mind is occupied with or concentrating on. Preoccupation. As a painter there are times with long breaks, travelling, gardening, playing music...

    That are the times when I think I have...
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    Re: string squeak

    The Trolls are small creatures who live in an almost perpetual state of happiness, singing, dancing, and hugging all day long. However, they are discovered by the Bergens, large creatures who never...
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    Re: string squeak

    I have a Joyo ACE-30 String Scrubber for wiping off residues from the fingers on the strings to keep them clean , but then I should oil the strings - seems contradictory

    Does it not interfere with...
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    Re: Mandola strings CGDA

    Weber:

    Hi Werner,
    For our Weber Mandola's we use and recommend John Perase Strings. 2250 Loop 12-49.
    The D'Addario strings are a but too heavy for our Weber's.

    ...
  16. Re: Learning Bach's Chaconne, soliciting tips

    If one is able to master the piece or not, in any case the persuit wil have a great beneficial effect for the musical ear and the musical brain.
    When I study these classical scores it is like...
  17. Re: Learning Bach's Chaconne, soliciting tips

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpe7thXd69E

    "Violinist Joshua Bell has said the Chaconne is "not just one of the greatest pieces of music ever written, but one of the greatest achievements of any...
  18. Re: Trio in G by Gottfried August Homilius (1714-1785)

    Hello Andy,
    notation is fine, no problem.

    Thank you, anyway.

    I remember the times when I had to rely on tab. That was a very small confined world, very limited. Mostly to always same scales...
  19. Re: Trio in G by Gottfried August Homilius (1714-1785)

    Thank you, both of you. Wonderful job.

    For arranging, composing, improvising, for jazz, blues or oldies the classical pieces are invaluable. Often they present wonderful arrangements of arpeggios...
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    Re: air on a g string -bach score

    THANK YOU, DAVID.

    All Printed and get to work on it straight away. After reading Kenny Werners book I thought I must get these wonderful lines ingrained, these and many more from the best music...
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    Re: Swing Help

    Recommendations. Tested

    Jazz Theory: From Basic to Advanced Study: DariuszTerefenko

    The Jazz Theory...
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    Re: Swing Help

    My posts had only one purpose and that is that someone might start a "The Song-A-Week Social " for this genre, seeing that the people in that group prefer tab and tef. My hope was that people might...
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    Re: Swing Help

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXseK8yDCCc



    Aunt_Hagars_Blues

    http://creolejazzband.com/Downloads/...%20publish.pdf

    page 27
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    Re: Swing Help

    I think it would be interesting to have a bit more swing, jazz and blues here. And in tab or tef for people not bothering with sight reading scores.

    In the...
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    Re: Swing Help

    @DavidKos
    Could you name a few of your personal favourites from this collection ?

    The thing with these Fake and Real Books is that many tunes I don't know, too many to go through and many I don't...
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