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frank

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New York, NY

Member since:

January 17, 2013

Introduction

play sax ,guitar, and can do voice, that is if it's in the right key,

What frank is saying about this Meetup Group

calling a tune should be something your working on, that's the head and the chords plus whatever play notes,like rhythm, tempo, of course there are exceptions, if the musician is an excellent sight reader(which i am not). post the tune gives an opportunity for the others in the group to preview on utube,get familiar practice . 2 tunes a person is a lotta of tunes . pieces that are too lengthy ,or have a lot tonal centers are challenging at least to me but just keep in mind its your call


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