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Hi Richard! Here's a review of the past lesson (February 28) and what to practice for the next lesson...

What we covered:

Below are some of the things we discussed:

1) Theory/Glossary:

  • None this week.


What to practice:

1) Technique:

  • None this week.
2) Method:

  • Major Scales: C/G, 2 octaves. Hands alone, say "right" or "left". Hands together, say "right" and "left".
  • Trading with Jazz Rhythms, Set 1: use your play-a-long.
3) Repertoire/Composition:

  • Checkin' It Out (qn=120): Use your play-a-long (when ready).
  • Blue Bossa, Autumn Leaves: Print your voicing sheets (add fingering and note names as necessary)
4) Listening:

  • (None at this time.)
5) Internet:

  • (None at this time.)

See you at your next lesson!   :)








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