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Discussion in 'Tablature and Notation [BG]' started by xBISMARCKx, Apr 23, 2004.
Does anyone know where to find tabs for this kind of music?
i can make you some if u like
what types are u looking for? Fast or slow bass parts?
Are you hoping to play with a big band / swing band? In my experience, those type of groups normally provide music in standard notation making it vital to learn to read standard notation.
If you're just interested in trying the style, have you searched for tabs of any recordings you've got in the genre? You probably won't find much but it will make a big difference if you can hear it as well as seeing the tab on the page.
After all, it don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing...
Both would be cool. thanks.
I'm not planning on playing in a band, I don't think i'm that good.
I don't have any practicular I have this channel that play sbig band and swing and anything i like i've tryed looking up tabs for it and can't find any.
For big band you have to learn to read I have quite a few charts for big band at level three which is a great learning platform I can e mail some to get you started
Yes that'd be really great! My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thats what I thought about Classical pieces, but little by little, musicians are transcribing these pieces to TAB, especially for college credit, and they are ending up on the net. So KEEP searching!
Ive tabed some out. If you want them E-Mail me at email@example.com
I can't believe that - I wouldn't call them "musicians", then....
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I think playing in a big/swing band is mostly about improvising based on progressions...
What are some good swing bands?
There shouldn't be any tabs for bigband music I hope. There should be chord charts and lead sheets. It's about being able to play the changes.