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Session 12 - Beginnings 1st Chord Progression Arpeggios


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#1 cyric29

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Posted 25 October 2011 - 11:25 AM

Couple of questions on this song. The first, is it my imagination, but does Will count us in at one tempo and then play nearly twice as fast on the CD?

Second, does the CD not exactly match the written music on page 12-2? The first time through the song matches up correctly, but on the second time, I think Will plays a few extra measures. Maybe a AABAA, not sure.

By the way I was watching jeapardy and the answer was something like "In Italian it means to break up a chord into it's individual notes"!!!!

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Posted 25 October 2011 - 07:01 PM

Hello "cyric29,"

Couple of questions on this song. The first, is it my imagination, but does Will count us in at one tempo and then play nearly twice as fast on the CD?

Second, does the CD not exactly match the written music on page 12-2? The first time through the song matches up correctly, but on the second time, I think Will plays a few extra measures. Maybe a AABAA, not sure.

By the way I was watching jeapardy and the answer was something like "In Italian it means to break up a chord into it's individual notes"!!!!

Click here to access a much earlier post that should be helpful.

Make mellifluous music!

Mystery


#3 cyric29

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Posted 25 October 2011 - 09:27 PM

Hello "cyric29,"


Couple of questions on this song. The first, is it my imagination, but does Will count us in at one tempo and then play nearly twice as fast on the CD?

Second, does the CD not exactly match the written music on page 12-2? The first time through the song matches up correctly, but on the second time, I think Will plays a few extra measures. Maybe a AABAA, not sure.

By the way I was watching jeapardy and the answer was something like "In Italian it means to break up a chord into it's individual notes"!!!!

Click here to access a much earlier post that should be helpful.

Make mellifluous music!

Mystery



Thank you for showing me that...I did a search for "session 12", didn't find the answer. Glad to know I'm not crazy.




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