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I've been working on this for years. I'm alright with the first section but when I get to the bridge I just start playing. I can't help myself!
What would Django do?
Any help gratefully received.
This is a really challenging tune. I know how tempting it can be to start playing at the bridge but just try to resist the urge. That's what Django would do.
Many thanks for your helpful comments. I'll do my best to resist but for some strange reason the urge is at its strongest on this particular day of the year!
Killer tune, dude! Do you have the tab?!
Couldn't check it out, just realized the speaker on my phone broke.
You just need the right pick.
Actually Django opened with a similar tune for his Carnegie Hall gig NYC 1946, six years earlier! He really was master of space. All these other cats playing so many notes, take note.
he was playing billiards and forgot to turn up ?
Cages collection of writings was called Silence for a reason
In any case, this is probably more euphonious than his symphony for 12 radios
He really did understand the concept of social distancing at that gig.
(do you have social distancing in the states yet?)
What does euphonious mean? Is it something to do with euphoniums?
is anybody else going mad and trying to get banned from djangobooks forum by posting daft threads cos they haven’t been out in weeks?