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TLerch

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Hi TG Friends,
Here is a new video that I just made demonstrating Teds' wonderful walking chord page on Ain't Misbehavin. I hope it helps to encourage you to work on this style.
The page is in the lesson section under "Comping"


 
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 Tim

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Thanks Tim!

You just won "Bright spot of the deadline day" -award. And good thing is I'll have some time tonight to work on this.  
PaulV

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Awesome, Tim! 
Very instructive, inspiring, and it helps spread Ted's music.
Keep 'em comin'

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Supercalifragilisticexpalidocius!  Tim, your contributions are such a valuable asset, I can't thank you enough.  Barbara

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Masemm

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Excellent! Excellent! Very Helpful!

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GregB

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Which sheet is this in the "Arrangements" section?  I see "Ain't Misbehavin'_1", "Ain't Misbehavin'_2" and "Ain't Misbehavin'_3"

#1 looks to be a chord melody.
#2 is in the key of D
#3 is in the key of G
#2 and 3 are marked as "Harmonized Melody"

They're not in the key of F and it doesn't look like the page you held up.  Or am I missing it completely?

BTW, I really want to learn this.  It sounds very cool.

theodoregeisel

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Greg,
Try lessons-comping. That's where I found it.

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GregB

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Found it.  It was in comping.

Oh, now that I posted I see T. Geisel pointed me to the same spot.

Great minds and all that.


JeffStocksMusic

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Beautiful touch and tone Tim.  Thanks again for taking the time to do these. 

TLerch

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Thanks guys for looking and finding. I didn't realize it was in that section. I posted a note on youtube directing people to the comping section.
Tim

markjens

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Tim, it isn't until one tries this that he sees how tough it is!  It looks pretty straight forward, but when you sit down to play it, the fingers with no memory on which to draw, try at first to rebel.  After playing this for some time though, I got semi-proficient at it, and it is at least a decent approximation of what you played as an intro to this piece.  I think you recall a certain workshop in which I got turned onto this piece. Wonderful!  Thanks for your contribution on this and Youtube as well.  You're a great teacher!

Mark
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You may like this one from David Oakes (& Ted);

http://www.davidoakesguitar.com/pdf/AintMisehavin.pdf

barbarafranklin

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Thank you James! 
For those who don't know: David Oakes was a student of Ted's and is quite remarkable.  I think many of you will enjoy David's transcriptions of Ted's arrangements and also David's own arrangements. The above link should get you there.   Barbara


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