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Good example of pandiatonicism

Good example of pandiatonicism by Mike Bielenberg
Oct 21, 2019
by MusicRevolution1
46348 5 Feb 28, 2019
by katejenkins

The Kenny Durham chord

This beatiful way to voice a minor chord was used often enough by jazz legend Kenny Durham that authors of the "Piano Jazz Book" (Cher Publishing) decided to name it after him. Pull up a piano patch and play this Cmin9sus chord exactly as voiced. It's mostly built in fifths. Gorgeous.
Oct 22, 2019
by MusicRevolution1
5267 1 Apr 26, 2013
by bradlongmusic

Music Evolution Freddie Mercury

By the early 1980s Queen had become an international phenomenon, drawing particular attention for its elaborately staged performances in enormous venues. Strutting the stage in outrageous costumes, Mercury effortlessly commanded audiences in the tens of thousands. Although Queen’s commercial fortunes had begun to wane by mid-decade, the band arguably reached its apotheosis as a live act with a stellar performance at the charity concert Live Aid in 1985. That same year Mercury released the solo record Mr. Bad Guy, which took musical inspiration from disco. Mercury later appeared on the sound track of Dave Clark’s science-fiction musical Time (1986) and teamed with Spanish soprano Montserrat Caballé for the semi-operatic album Barcelona (1988).
Oct 18, 2019
by NatalieHolland
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