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barbarafranklin

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In order to clean up a bit of the storage space here on the Forums we are slowly migrating Paul V.'s wonderful "compilation" pages of Ted's arrangements over to http://www.tedgreene.com/fromstudents/default.asp

Paul's hard work is greatly appreciated and this is just one more reason to visit http://www.tedgreene.com!!!

Here is a list of recently migrated lessons
* But Beautiful
* Send in the Clowns
* A Foggy Day in "D"
* You'll Never Walk Alone
* America the Beautiful
* There Will Never Be Another You
* If I Fell
* Shiny Stockings
* When You Wish Upon a Star
* The Girl With The Flaxen Hair
* Can't Help Falling in Love
* Over the Rainbow
* What Kind of Fool Am I?
* Very early

Keep checking back and thank you for your patience.

Sincerely,

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Barbara Franklin
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Paul,
I've been working on a lot of Ted's arrangements via your compilations in the From Students, and I must say that for the majority of Ted's origianal sheets I would be lost without your notation and clarification.
Wow....this is a great resource.  You've really put a lot of time and TLC into these pages.
Thanks so much for making it easier to learn.

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Hi Bob,
Thanks, glad you find them helpful. Here's a document that explains how to read Ted's diagrams:
http://www.tedgreene.com/images/lessons/students/PaulVachon/HowToReadTedGreeneChordDiagrams.pdf
This might come in handy when working through other pages that haven't been deciphered.

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Thanks, Paul.  I did see that file. Nice job. But your pages still provide more than just what notes to play. I also like it when you add the lyrics.
Keep up the good work.

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