Television jingles are catchier than we realize! I believe they stick in your brain SO MUCH that you know what key they will be in before they even play. Let's see!
Choosing which altered dominant chord to play during a minor 2 5 1 can be a daunting task, but using a popular holiday classic, I attempt to demystify the process for you and make something beautiful. Recorded using Earthworks SV33 Earthworks PM40 5'3 Hallet Davis Baby Grand
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A friend gave me a new (well, new to me) idea this week and I wanted to share it with you. It's a super-fun challenge and it involves singing Bach 2 part inventions as cleanly as possible. Sit down and get some new practice routine ideas with me as we tackle this challenge, and it's variants.
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Compare and contrast my two transcriptions of Bill Evans' recordings of Leonard Bernstein's "Lucky To Be Me" with me. One is the Riverside recording on the album, Everybody Digs Bill Evans, and the other is from a recording someone sent me about 18 years ago, that I cannot identify, unfortunately. Recorded using Earthworks SV33 Earthworks PM40 5'3 Hallet Davis Baby Grand
This is the second lesson in my harmony series. In this lesson, we learn a more complicated harmony, using the old song, You Are My Sunshine.
Ever wish you could sing a nice harmony along with someone? Where do you start? You start right here, with this simple concept of the common tone.
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