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    Very nice!! I loved the coda too. I used to play this song, solo guitar. Thanks for reminding me. Thank you.

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    My dear Chris
    one stupid question : why do you never improvise after the exposition of the chord- melody of your tune ,here on jazz guitar.be ?

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    Nice! This is a tune I was not familiar with. When I learn a new tune, I generally check out vocal versions. So I checked out Billy Holiday's and Eva Cassidy's versions. So I'll be adding another tune to my repertoire. Thanks Chris!!!

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    For an improvised chorus, check out Chris's video of Stompin' at the Savoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob taft
    Nice! This is a tune I was not familiar with. When I learn a new tune, I generally check out vocal versions. So I checked out Billy Holiday's and Eva Cassidy's versions. So I'll be adding another tune to my repertoire. Thanks Chris!!!
    Its a very good idea to listen to the words of a song to know what it is actually about! Happy or sad,etc.

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    Beautiful Chris

    (and it swings too !)

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    beautiful!

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    you should check out Joni Mitchell's version she sounds great with an orchestra

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    Quote Originally Posted by emilP
    My dear Chris
    one stupid question : why do you never improvise after the exposition of the chord- melody of your tune ,here on jazz guitar.be ?
    Hi Emil, Many of my arrangements are done as studies for my students and I keep them to just the melody statement. Mainly so I don't have to painstakingly transcribe myself improvising and then notate it! I have improv choruses on many tunes that are on my YouTube channel if you are interested.

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    Ok!
    I understand !

    great work for your students !