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03.28.15

Escaping the gravity of nostalgia
JazzMando 2005 Whenever you move from one house to another, you go through things and evaluate the priority of your possessions. Generally, a good
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03.25.15

Cool swag in the JazzMando Logo Store
Last year we added some exciting new swag in our JazzMando Logo Store. Several items including the "What it means to be a mandolinist" mugs,
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03.23.15

Mandolin Cafe celebrates Grisman 70th Birthday
Mandolin Cafe Site Admin Scott Tichenor and company have published a stirring tribute to one of the century's key mandolin advocates, David "Dawg" Grisman. It
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"Good improvisation communicates harmonic progression melodically. Effective melodies manipulate harmonic content through the use of guide tones and preparatory gravity notes, masterfully woven in systematic tension, release, and transparent harmonic definition."



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Exercises &Technique
The Altered Scale: Bebop Mandology
ii V7 I Major Patterns
ii7b5 V7 i Minor Patterns
FFcP Index (Four Finger Closed Position)
FFcP: Moving on Up
Super FFcP: A Thorough Warm-up Routine
Advanced FFcP: Over the Fingerboard
Working Chromatic Descending and Ascending Tonal Centers
FFcP Pentatonic Studies
Developing 3rd & 4th Finger
Guides and Gravity
Minor in Possession. Minor scale Gravity Notes
Maj7 Arpeggios
Min7 Arpeggios
Aug 11th Exercises
How do I hold it?
Tremolo. Stirred, not shaken
Maximizing the "E" Zone
E's & W's: Tone and transition while chording
Getting the Shift
Picks and Doorknobs
Turn Around Patterns
Minor in Possession. Minor scale Gravity Notes
Guides and Gravity
Polishing and woodshedding
Sweeping for tone
Whole(some) notes
Seamless shifting
Maximizing pick propulsion
The Perfect Swing
The benefits of third position fingering
Going outside with Pentatonics
Octave Splicing
Two Octave FFcP
Two Octave FFcP continued


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