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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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July 17, 2013 | Think Music Heals? Trombone Player Begs To Differ.

Outside of an occasional finger pricked changing an E string or heavily cramped hands from contorting too many G chops, you have to admit, playing the mandolin is a relatively safe endeavor. Especially compared to the story of trombonist Scott Bean who tells of 15 years of a barking cough that for 15 years went undetected as the result of his playing.

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Playing a wind instrument can be a dirty, dirty game.

Read the NPR story: Think Music Heals? Trombone Player Begs To Differ.

Hypersensitivity pneumonitis.
And we thought M.A.S. was bad...

Posted by Ted at July 17, 2013 4:51 AM


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