In my December 2020 column, I suggested that there is great power in using one note. This month I would like to continue that thought but in a slightly different way.
In the last lesson we talked about the power in regards to rhythm. This month I want to discuss the power in 1 “half-step” change that creates lots of new possibilities!
I have always loved the music of Thelonious Monk and have marveled at the outward “simplicity” of his tunes and the inward difficulty in their seemingly simple construction.
What is the responsibility of the teacher and what is the responsibility of the student? Read along to find the answer.
In most Western Music, the Major Scale is where most of our music is derived from, so when focusing on a different scale, it is important to see what in that scale is different.
When I was first learning how to read music it was painful.
A Sampling of my writings over the years
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