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What about harmony?
Posted on June 20, 2014 by jazzpanflute
That’s right. What indeed? MOVES notation is a single-line notation. It notates melodic ideas. Its aim is simple and single-minded. To get you playing like singing in the shower. You can go on to more complicated stuff after you master this. … Continue reading →
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