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"Clint" by John Abercrombie et al. Here's another Abercrombie tune, which is recorded on his "Current Events" album. The multiple stave system with a brace is actually divided into two parts: 1) the guitar synth, and 2) the acoustic bass. The solo section (letter B) is rather open, although firmly anchored to the key. Please share your thoughts.
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is anyone able to help me fighure out some compi Hi,
I've recently accidentally ended up in a jazz band as a pianist.
I am not a jazz pianist and have no clue what I'm doing. I've played classically trained pianist so I have no trouble reading but if someone could give me a hand coming up with some chord voicing s and comping patterns I would appreciate it.
The piece is Clifford Brown's Sandu and the chords are as follows:
Bflatm7 - Eflat7
Gm7(flat5) - C7(flat9)
Eflat7 - C7