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Just Jazz Guitar Magazine #76 (August 2013) Don Mock

Just Jazz Guitar Magazine #76 (August 2013) Don Mock
Just Jazz Guitar

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SKU JJG076
Author JJG
Format Magazine
Duration 163 pages
Notation Standard Notation & TAB
Dimensions 215mm x 280mm
Publisher Just Jazz Guitar
Departments Just Jazz Guitar Magazine
 
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Interviews: David O'Rourke by Joe Barth, Peter Mazza by Joe Barth, Jon Herington by Jor Barth, Five Questions for Dan Adler by Joe Barth, John Knowles Pt. 2 by Dr. Dave Walker, Don Mock by Gianfranco Continenza, Billie Wilkie by Ed Benson, Les Wise by Robert Conti, Jonathan Kreisberg by Joe Barth.

Departments: Coach's Corner by Mark Stefani, Listening Test with Yotam Silberstein by Joe Barth, Player to Player by Skip Morris, Reviews, Caught in the Act.

Lessons: Guitar Artistry by Peter Rogine, Rear View Mirror by Mark Stefani, Diminished Sound: Major and Minor Triads, Superimposition-by Giuseppe Continenza, An advanced lesson with Tony DeCaprio, Comping with Quartal and Non Traditional Voicings by Bert Ligon, Diatonic Passing Tones by Dr. Dave Walker, Back to Basics: by Trey Wright, Don Mock Style by Gianfranco Continenza.

Music: All the Things You Are(Intermediate level) arranged by Joe Negri, All the Things You Are (Advanced level) arranged by Joe Negri, Avalon arranged by Vince Lewis, Take The A Train arranged by Brandon Bernstein, Ed's Be-Bop Head by Joe Giglio.

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