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Linear Jazz Improvisation
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Date PostedUpdatedAuthorSubjectRepliesViews
2008/11/112017/03/17EdByrneEasy Method for Deriving Scales19093
2009/01/232009/01/23EdByrneBlue Monk Simplified Melody Bass Line015008
2009/01/012009/01/01EdByrneDiatonic Modal Planing016420
2008/11/112008/11/13EdByrneEasy Tips That Just Might Save Your Gig08680
2008/11/112008/11/12EdByrneReading Lead Sheets08087
2008/11/112008/11/12EdByrneChord Scale Theory011941
2008/11/112008/11/12EdByrneBasic LJI Triads & 7th Chords05905
2008/11/112008/11/12EdByrneStarting Jam Sessions06124
2008/11/112008/11/12EdByrneInternalizing Tunes06496
2008/11/112008/11/12EdByrneLJI 16th-Note Lines05473
2008/11/112008/11/12EdByrnePracticing Swing Feel06812
2008/11/112008/11/12EdByrnePracticing Time-Placement05305
2008/11/112008/11/12EdByrnePracticing Climaxes05270
2008/11/112008/11/12EdByrneTen-Tune Starter Repertoire025798
2008/11/112008/11/12EdByrneSong Forms04716
2008/11/112008/11/11EdByrneLinear Jazz Improvisation015490
2008/11/112008/11/11EdByrneHow to Learn to Improvise on a Tune014064
2008/11/112008/11/11EdByrnePrimary Activities of the Jazz Artist05583



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