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    Hey! you don't even mention which instrument you...

    Hey! you don't even mention which instrument you play, how do expect to recieve replies that could help you ? Also are you a one man band or what?
    leegordo
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    Just buttin'in to say "anyone can use any chord...

    Just buttin'in to say "anyone can use any chord that exists in order to make the music sound as acceptable or not as the case may be!....... Remember this, " There are hundreds of chords in...
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    Roman numerals?

    Hi somebody ,
    I have genuine request of any member out there who thinks he/she can answer the following question! I understand the basic theory of using Roman numerals to indicate the short-hand...
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    Gosh! everybody could dance to all up-tempo and...

    Gosh! everybody could dance to all up-tempo and slow tunes, and that did include all jazz versions of the popular songs-ballads that were in the 'hit-parade' All good musicians were able to play'on...
  5. Thread: Adolph Sax

    by leegordo
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    Adolph Sax

    Hi anybody,
    Imagine that guy Sax. going out of his way to actually invent new musical instruments AND YET He deliberately Ignored the global ethic of the note'A' (440 c.p.s.) and proceeded to...
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    Hi, Falcon, the only way to Transcribe from...

    Hi, Falcon, the only way to Transcribe from recordings is- to First of all-learn what all the different KINDS of common chords are called and what they sound like!I have found that It is only...
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    Hi JonR, leegordo here, when I say Progressions,...

    Hi JonR, leegordo here, when I say Progressions, I do mean that the changes used in the progressions are particularly appropriate to the Tune, song ,ballad,- whatever! I'll explain that by stating...
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    Why does anyone care about MODES?,apart from...

    Why does anyone care about MODES?,apart from keeping the useless subject alive If anyone takes the trouble to learn chords, they will soon come to realise that Modes Are no substitute for...
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    Hey JonR, that's about what I make it too, but,...

    Hey JonR, that's about what I make it too, but, the song suffers from the usual fault IMHO and that is " There is not much sign of Progression in those chords and discords, Haphazard harmony changes...
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    Hi JonR leegordo here. you just sneakin' that one...

    Hi JonR leegordo here. you just sneakin' that one in about PP not being of much use to musicians? because that is one of the things I've been going on about for ages!
    To change the...
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    OK! OK1 I have already said sorry to JonR for...

    OK! OK1 I have already said sorry to JonR for what he chose to classify as personal attacks on him and others. I never ever made an attack on anybody ,nor did I insult anybody. If you choose to...
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    Leegordo says ther are many musicians out there...

    Leegordo says ther are many musicians out there who are just like you But with possibly slightly more or less abiliy Don't worry about it. I do say however that people in your position must learn as...
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    Hi JonR ,A 2nd ( 6/4) inversion of a Major triad...

    Hi JonR ,A 2nd ( 6/4) inversion of a Major triad always has as it's lower interval a 4th another way of describing the use of certain intervals to help others understand their use and...
  14. Thread: knowledge?

    by leegordo
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    "Well, You have never admitted to Me that you...

    "Well, You have never admitted to Me that you were ever wrong,and so, I am inclined to disbelieve you!..However, I will hereby apologise to you for being sarcastic and acting like a 'Troll' with...
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    And another thing!

    Listening to quite a lot of today's Music? It is very noticeable that the people who "Write"? this stuff, have absolutely no idea of even basic chord progressions. They merely change the chords in...
  16. Thread: "Sir" ?.

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    Oh! no! Must'nt have the music sound like...

    Oh! no! Must'nt have the music sound like Mantovani, I mean it would be terrible to think that a great- amateur guitarist was as corny as all that!
    Come-on !!!
  17. Thread: It's true1

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    Hi jimc8p, AS USUAL, YOU ARE ONE OF THE WISE...

    Hi jimc8p, AS USUAL, YOU ARE ONE OF THE WISE KNOW-ALLS OUT THERE WHO. HAVE COME INTO THE DISCUSSIONS LONG AFTER I STATED THAT THE PIANO IS THE MOST SUITABLE INSTRUMENT ON WHICH TO LEARN THE THEORY OF...
  18. Thread: It's true1

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    Ok Ok I will do something that none of you other...

    Ok Ok I will do something that none of you other members out there have ever done, and, that is to admit that I got it wrong on two issues, 1st, by 'conventional music', I meant music that was...
  19. Thread: "Sir" ?.

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    Thanks for your reply ,I meant that Sir Martin...

    Thanks for your reply ,I meant that Sir Martin only arranged stuff that was played by musicians other than The beatles themselves! Surely every one knows that the melodies that they composed were...
  20. Thread: "Sir" ?.

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    "Sir" ?.

    To anyone who's interested, Sir Paul Mccartney was unable to read or write music 'til he was famous I don't know how significant that is, but,I have read that George Martin -the famous A/R-man...
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    On this occasion JonR I must apologise for...

    On this occasion JonR I must apologise for writing the wrong Chord that started the progression!..... Briefly " There is no min3rd in the Prog" And, you sure know your stuff 're chords although this...
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    Hi You probably don't know it, but in the...

    Hi You probably don't know it, but in the progression say from E7 through Em7b5 to
    AMaj ,orAmin.or other 'A' chords,..............It is very effective to play the m5th on it's own -in the bass-...
  23. Thread: It's true1

    by leegordo
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    Yea, only one of the best ever you forgot to...

    Yea, only one of the best ever you forgot to mention!............A--N--D what about Oscar Peterson, whom you also neglected to mention?

    leegordo
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    Hey, at last you got it Great, now I can relax...

    Hey, at last you got it Great, now I can relax and enjoy my Oscar Peterson and Joe Pass CDs Without having to coach all you young guitarists out there How It really is in the world of music!
    ...
  25. Thread: Two hands?

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    I never claimed that piano was'The Best...

    I never claimed that piano was'The Best instument' I previously claimed that--- Now-Pay attention!!the piano is the most suitable musical instrument on which to learn all the rudiments of music on;...
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