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#1127708 - 06/18/06 10:27 PM Linus and Lucy Swing Section
Shortcircuit85 Offline
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Registered: 03/02/03
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Hello all,

I frequent the adult beginner forums and over there we are doing several study groups to learn various pieces/songs. I'm in the Linus and Lucy study group and I'm trying to figure out the Swing Pattern specified for the middle section of the song.

Would anybody with some jazz/blues knowledge mind stopping by and helping us out with your knowledge? Any input would be appreciated.

ABF: Linus and Lucy Study Group
Andrew - Shortcircuit85

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#2338517 - 10/17/14 07:41 PM Re: Linus and Lucy Swing Section [Re: Shortcircuit85]
SapporoDave Offline
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Registered: 10/17/14
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I'm new to the forum and have been working on Linus and Lucy for about a year. I have three versions of swing parts (both 1&2), which might be useful with Synthesia or other digital training applications. Am I allowed to upload midi links here?

All the Best,


#2338695 - 10/18/14 08:28 AM Re: Linus and Lucy Swing Section [Re: Shortcircuit85]
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This book has a note for note transcription of Linus and Lucy.
AG N2 | CP4 | SSv3 | GK MK & MP

#2338784 - 10/18/14 12:43 PM Re: Linus and Lucy Swing Section [Re: Shortcircuit85]
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#2339335 - 10/20/14 01:12 AM Re: Linus and Lucy Swing Section [Re: jotur]
SapporoDave Offline
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I didn't look at the date. Just goes to show that nothing ever dies on the internet!

The book looks good. It would be interesting to find out first if his swing parts are different from mine.

Best Wishes,



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