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ravindra

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Session 25 Gospel Progression

29 January 2017 - 04:37 PM

Hi All,

 

Does anyone know the Gospel progression Will played in session #25 as an example of how Diminished 7th chords are used to lead us to the next chord.

 

 

Thanks,

Ravindra.


Chromatic movement - Gypsy tune

17 January 2016 - 05:57 AM

Hi Will/All,

In session 14 Bit of Bethoveen, when discussing about that initial chromatic movement in Fur-Elise, Will talks about a tune called Gypsy which is also having a similar chromatic movement. Can some one please point me to that tune, so that I can listen to it?


Thanks & Regards,
Ravindra.


Some examples of using root-5th-root accompaniments pattern

12 December 2015 - 06:17 AM

Hi Will/All,

At the end of session 10 (Making the Connection) Will tells some examples of using 5th on the base. They were not so clear to me and could not find them out yet.
1. ?
2. Boogie Woogie thing we will be learning later
3. Some Scott Jolpin tune ?


Can someone please let me know those tunes so that I can listen to them and feel their sound and color? Any help would be appreciated.



Thanks & Regards,
Ravindra.


Some examples of using root-5th-root accompaniments pattern

12 December 2015 - 04:36 AM

Hi Will/All,

At the end of session 10 (Making the Connection) Will tells some examples of using 5th on the base. They were not so clear to me and could not find them out yet.
1. ?
2. Boogie Woogie thing we will be learning later
3. Some Scott Joplin tune ?


Can someone please let me know those tunes so that I can listen to them and feel their sound and color? Any help would be appreciated.



Thanks & Regards,
Ravindra.


What does the key mean

25 October 2015 - 07:26 AM

Hi All,

 

 

I have seen that Will defines the key as "the tonal centre of a song". But I need to clarify bit more. I need to know whether the KEY is same as the Scale. If a particular song is in key of C mean the notes being played are belong to C major scale? Please correct me if I am wrong. This is how I understood the concept. :)

 

 

Thanks & Regards,
Ravindra.