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PaulV

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Hi All,
The January 2012 Newsletter is now up.
Wishing you all a successful and musically invigorating new year.
We've posted a ton of new material this month, so you can kick-start 2012 with some music and thoughts from Ted.
Enjoy!

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Hi,
I've got a request for the the year 2012, can we have the videos of "vintage guitar seminar 2003"? (http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2866532452492440444)

The google video is of very low quality... And I've always wanted to hear more of the tunes covered in that particular seminar.

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Rivendell:  I can help a little bit.  The handout sheet which Ted uses at the start of that video (The twelve days of Christmas) is here

http://www.tedgreene.com/images/lessons/tunes/TwelveDaysOfChristmas.pdf


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Plenty of good stuff this month over at http://www.tedgreene.com please don't forget to subscirbe to Ted's Channel on YouTube and keep in touch over at FaceBook.


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Keith

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Hi Paul,
I just wanted to thank you and the guys for keeping Ted's light shining in this world. I know I don't post much, but I wanted you all to know what a profoundly positive affect Teds teachings have had on my life.

My best to you.
Keith
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Didn't wanna create another thread but in case some of you didn't stumble on this one:



lots of beauty for everyone

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Nice!  One of the comments suggests that Ted was losing finger dexterity in his later years.  Any truth to this?
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What a wonderful video!!!! thank you so much for posting it.

Regarding Ted's dexterity - in later years he did comment to a number of people that he felt he wasn't as nimble as in earlier years.  He said it to me before going into play a 1/2 set on a Guitar Night here in Los Angeles.  Then he proceeded to 'take the paint off the walls' - it was  stunning.  After that I kidded him about it, but I'm betting he was feeling age a little.  However, I never heard his playing diminish.  That might be because he was a masterful craftsman and could hide it, or, as that night, it might be that he rose to those occassions.  Thanks again for the video!

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Just seen it-it just makes me feel guitarwise so inadequate-so BRILLIANT ! Peter.

PaulV

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I wonder if it's possible to hunt down the rest of that video recording. 
Leon, get your detective hat on.........or anyone else who feels the Sherlock Holmes urge.

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How cool is that?  There's got to be more!  I just sent a message to mistermetzoo and hope to see his reply soon.

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mistermetzoo is Mark Joseph, a big tenor guitar fan that refers to himself as Mr. TG (TG = Tenor Guitar) on YouTube.  There’s another video of a lesson he took of Ted teaching Gershwin’s “Summertime”, tagging on “St. Louis Blues” near the end:

Still waiting for an answer!


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