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(This is Tony) I'm posting this for John Piper - I learned so much from watching this. This will benefit so many of you guys I think! Let me know what you think. You want more of these? 
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Pure Imagination
tonymiceli
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I did this solo for a student today. It's quantized so it will sound a little stiff on the recording. I wanted to show playing through the changes. using the scales. Might be helpful to some of you.here's a link to the import file for…
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Blues workout
David Friedman
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This is a "workout" in a musical sense, although it certainly requires energy and concentration!
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Cool lesson. It turns into an etude once you get the chords down. Spend some time on this! 
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Because of the many requests to build an accordion frame that I simply cannot fulfill, I have developed the frame into a kind of kit that requires very little DIY skills.Since shipping longer frame components is very expensive, I have…
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Check out the attached PDF!
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Lessons that cover topics on triads and chord tone lines.
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Here are all Tony Miceli's lessons on lines.
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Phrasing
Nora Theberge
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Lessons that cover topics on phrasing.
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Improv/Soloing
Nora Theberge
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Lessons that cover topics on improvisation and soloing. 
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Green Dolphin Street solo: https://youtu.be/OTzzzW-GRswGreen Dolphin Street head with chords (A section): https://youtu.be/Fs_59QAn8IA
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Lesson 4/12/24
GarretJohnston
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https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhbfGYiAFwxEZkOG10R8-_ZUIS8KtLK4j&si=Ja1iv4U04V7HMwCS This playlist has Freidman 14 and a slow solo that Tony recorded for my lessons on Donna Lee. My job was to transcribe in Ab then transpose to C…
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In this exercise, the line is a little closer to a walking bass line with quarter notes. Keep the notes legato, and shoot for keeping the pedal down as much as possible with clean dampening in between the notes. Check out the attached PDF!
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April 29th, 2024, 7-9pm, Downtown Hope, West Street, Annapolis, MD FREE Admission - No tickets required! Here's something you don't hear or see everyday. Four Vibes and Four Vibists on one stage. Chuck Redd Mike Noonan Warren…
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So, for over a month now, I've been threatening to video myself playing several of the Segovia transcriptions of the Fernando Sor guitar etudes...Every time I go upstairs where I can video and set up a camera, something goes awry in my…
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Freidman Etude 9
Trevorlamar04
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Friedman Etude 9
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Hi everyone!I'm doing a short series on dampening. In these etudes, we're using walking bass lines as a way to work on dampening. Most of these exercises are pretty simple, and a lot of fun! Try them out and see how well you can keep a…
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This is a solo vibraphone arrangement of Astor Piazzolla's "Libertango."  It is one of five pieces by Astor Piazzolla that is included in my soon to be published book "A Piazzolla Portfolio."  The five compositions in the book are:…
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This is a solo vibraphone arrangement of Astor Piazzolla's "Invierno Porteño."  It is one of five pieces by Astor Piazzolla that is included in my soon to be published book "A Piazzolla Portfolio."  The five compositions in the book are:…
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Here's a second part to the other lesson titled "A Way To Practice Soloing and Comping Together".  I took a couple other examples about how to practice this. Ultimately, you just do it and try to make music. I know for some of you it won't…
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Joy Spring -V
David Friedman
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I was inspired by Tony's rendition of "Joy Spring" so I decided to try a a couple of choruses, concentrating on keeping the time, experimenting with different voicings, rhythmic comping and ultimately trying to swing! VERY Challenging with…
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Adios Nonino is Astor Piazzolla’s most famous composition. In an interview with Natalio Gorin, Piazzolla stated “The number one piece is Adios Nonino.”  “Nonino” was Piazzolla’s name for his father - Vicente Piazzolla. Adios Nonino was…
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Tango Final is a less well-known Piazzolla composition that was used in the French film Famille d’Artistes. For the soundtrack of this 1989 movie, the piece was performed by a trio led by accordionist Richard Galliano. My arrangement of…
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A beautiful piece that has been used many times by figure skaters in the Olympics. It is one of Piazzolla’s most popular and haunting pieces. Piazzolla’s recording with full orchestra is the source for my arrangement. Oblivion should flow…
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The Coffee hang every Sunday at noon, is a great hang. This week we talked with Roy Pertchik about the Tri Chromatic vibraphone. It's a vibraphone with a different layout of the keybaord. It's pretty cool to see and to try and wrap your…
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