POP ORGAN WORKSHOP - Chord Symbols & Turnarounds by BILL IRWIN
Do you ever wonder why some solos sound like they’re driving down a greased rail and others seem to never find their footing? It has to do w...
Harness the soloing magic of voicings and lines created exclusively from dominant diminished scale tone triads. If that sounds like seriousl...
In planing, instead of chord motion being based on voice leading and root movements, voices move according to the key or scale (as in diaton...
Clifford Carter's lesson on playing string parts on keys
The author of The Key of One, a book (Alfred Publishing) on how to learn music without using traditional notation, and its eponymous column ...
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