Discussion in 'Bass Humor & Gig Stories [BG]' started by BassyBill, Nov 15, 2012.
Posted on Facebook by an exasperated teacher friend of mine.
Ah the H-I-G chord !
The missing link between the mine-shaft and A flat min[e]r harmelodics.
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I've often accused some musicians of playing in the key of R# minor-thank you for confirming my suspicions!
They don't even have it right. The real E key is marked C and so on.
Ah Ha! I am vidicated!
There really is a a key of "L"!
When ever I play, someone always says: That sounds like L!
Um..... did YOU just correct someone else?
The = They
maked = marked
But I only use the key of H in jazz when I'm in the zone. Just sayin.
Pfft... Sometimes I have to play songs in Y flat... The key signature's got like twenty flats in it, it's a PITA.
Well, that explains where the title for YYZ came from, doesn't it
I just inhaled some tea!
Wilfred: "You just played an H."
Ryan: "There is no H."
Wilfred: "Not in this song, there isn't."
I can't tell from the photo - is that middle H?
Extensions! I don't see a problem.
that gotta be sun ra's keyboard
take a given key and let sun ra play it -> here you go Z flat minor and V sharp major
Thanks for bringing that to my attention. That is what happens when I multitask and don't proof read. Thank God for the edit function.
I've always been irritated by people who write on instruments. Though I have several things I could say about people who do this, they are not nice things, and so I am going to keep them to myself.
Okay one tiny thing.... I'm keeping the rest to myself.
slug dumb freakin caveperson....
If you look carefully at the left you can see it's the bottom octave of the keyboard. So some kid has just started with the first note and assumed it's A. Well, A is first, isn't it? Then you just keep going...
There is no Y flat, However there is an X#....
humm,I always wondered what were the rest of the keys after the last letter.
ahh , now is clear,after the 26th letter starts the next octave.
Hummm,kind of a long octave,isn't?
Now I wonder what the 26 modes are called
MMMMM , Shoenburgers.
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