Transposing chords

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Transposing chords

Postby Smitty » Thu Nov 11, 2010 4:20 pm

This may be useful for some of you =

http://tinyurl.com/2bcqwp9

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Re: Transposing chords

Postby John Trahan » Thu Nov 11, 2010 8:55 pm

Here's one I found a few years back, no sign up required.


http://gospelmusic.org.uk/resources/transposition_wheel.htm
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Re: Transposing chords

Postby cgprnd » Sat Nov 13, 2010 9:07 am

Hey Jack!

I definitely remember watching him sing that on his show growing up but I wonder how many here are old enough?
How about even who he is........lol?


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Re: Transposing chords

Postby tyguy » Sat Nov 13, 2010 11:34 pm

There was a lot of soulless drivel on TV then.So glad the music changed.Perry sang the right notes but that's all.Used to watch Lawrence Welk before going out to gig on Sat. nite I think.At 16 yrs.I met Buddy Merrell in a Newburgh NY music store(He was stationed at West Point).I made a big mistake not taking lessons from him.For a lot of young folks pride is their ruination and it was for me at that time. The best, Ty M.
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Re: Transposing chords

Postby David Elliott » Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:26 am

So glad the music changed.Perry sang the right notes but that's all.


Gosh Ty, I couldn't disagree with you more...

I believe Perry Como had one of the most beautiful natural singing voices I've ever heard!

Please see my post on the video page...

I understand he was a very good barber also! :(

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