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Yardbird Suite play-along

source: http://mdecks.com/mapharmony.phtml
This play-along was created using the smart player on Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro 6.7 for iPad & iPad Pro

Do you want to practice “Yardbird Suite” in all keys at any tempo? 175 more words

Ipad App

Just In Time play-along

source: http://mdecks.com/mapharmony.phtml
This play-along was created using the smart player on Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro 6.7 for iPad & iPad Pro

Do you want to practice “Just In Time” in all keys at any tempo? 175 more words

Learning to Play by Ear: A 1958 Perspective

How does a musician learn to perform thousands of songs in any key without looking at music sheets?  How can you improvise over a set of “changes” you’ve never heard or seen before in a live performance?  1,150 more words

Music

Music on the run

Listening to music is one of the most important parts of being a better musician. Take time to listen to the production behind the scene and try to be analytical, this is one of the greatest tools that you can utilize to your advantage. 16 more words

Blog

A Little Introduction

This is Bertha, my piano, and the piano my students take lessons on. She has a wonderfully mellow sound and a very responsive action — perfect for my light touch (and other tiny fingers as well). 296 more words

Classical

All of Your Goodbyes

Having the opportunity to formally learn vocal technique and ear training from 15 to 18 years of age was a wonderful, twofold gift.

My analytical and  musical sides got to rock together!   103 more words

Behind The Music

John Coltrane: How to Listen to Albums

SKF NOTE: Somewhere — among my magazines, I think — there is a John Coltrane interview in which Coltrane’s how-to-listen-to-albums idea helps my ear training and gives me great joy. 147 more words

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