Diatonic

Diatonic Major and Minor Scales (repost)  

Posted by MoneyRich at Dec. 26, 2014
Diatonic Major and Minor Scales (repost)

Diatonic Major and Minor Scales by Andres Segovia
English | Jan 1, 1980 | ISBN: 1598060597 | 8 Pages | PDF | 39 MB

This is about as simple as you can get. Eight pages long, including a one-page introduction from Segovia. The transcriptions of the scales are designed for classical guitarists, with major and melodic minor forms for every key. This is an incredible tool for learning the notes up and down the fretboard, and exactly what anybody studying classical guitar in a university setting will need.
Foundations of Diatonic Theory: A Mathematically Based Approach to Music Fundamentals (Repost)

Timothy A. Johnson, "Foundations of Diatonic Theory: A Mathematically Based Approach to Music Fundamentals"
English | 2008-09-26 | ISBN: 0810862131 | 194 pages | PDF | 1.2 mb
Doug Doppler - Diatonic Theory & Harmony (2005-2006) [Repost]

Doug Doppler - Diatonic Theory & Harmony (2005-2006) [Repost]
DVDRip | AVI | ~140 min | MPEG-4 480x360 ~552 kbps avg | audio: English | MP3 2 ch ~124 Kbps | 779 MB
Guitar Video Training

his DVD functions in two really unique ways. At the bottom of the page is a comprehensive list of the exercises that we will use to map the neck. In turn I will show you how use these exersices to understand how and why scales and chords function together as they do. The combination of these two approaches means that you will not only have the physical abiltiy to play in any key - up and down the neck, but you will also understand how and why things the chords and scales for the key you are in function "diatonically". Even if you are only interested in learning how to play chords and scales in all keys, this DVD will be a real winner for you. And for those of you who want to really understand how all of these pieces function together, if you choose to believe the review from Guitar Player Magazine (to your left) I think you'll find you're in the right place…

Basic Blues Chromatic for the Diatonic Player  

Posted by Kruzzz at Feb. 6, 2011
Basic Blues Chromatic for the Diatonic Player

David Barrett - Basic Blues Chromatic for the Diatonic Player
Hal Leonard | English | 2003 | ISBN-10: 0786663200 | 44 pages | PDF/MP3 | 86 MB
Steven Manus - How to Play the Harmonica: Diatonic or Chromatic

Steven Manus - How to Play the Harmonica: Diatonic or Chromatic
Alfred Publishing Co. | English | 1978 | ISBN: 0882841572 | 48 pages | PDF | 3 MB

This practical book explains all the basics of good harmonica playing for both chromatic and diatonic harmonicas. Step-by-step instruction is combined with practice songs and reference information on blues and rock harmonica to give you a well-balanced knowledge of the harmonica. In addition to learning to hold the harmonica and how to read music, information is included on the 12-bar blues, "straight harp," and "cross harp."

Doug Doppler - Diatonic Theory and Harmony  

Posted by Kruzzz at Sept. 21, 2010
Doug Doppler - Diatonic Theory and Harmony

Doug Doppler - Diatonic Theory and Harmony
DVDRip | English | MPEG-4 ~552 kbps | 480x360 29.970 fps | MP3 128.00 kbps | 779 MB
Genre: Guitar Video Training

Diatonic Major and Minor Scales by Andres Segovia  

Posted by stfine at Nov. 24, 2007
Diatonic Major and Minor Scales by Andres Segovia

Diatonic Major and Minor Scales by Andres Segovia
Columbia Music | 1980 | ISBN 1598060597 | 8 pages | PDF | 9Mb

A compilation of scales exercises for classical guitar.
HOWARD LEVY: New Directions For Harmonica - Expanding Your Technique

HOWARD LEVY: New Directions For Harmonica - Expanding Your Technique (1992)
eLearning | English | 720x480 | Mpeg2 ~5628 Kbps | AC3, 448 kbps | 4.04 GB
Harmonica, Composition, Music

Howard Levy is a freak of nature. Is there anybody else on the face of the planet who can play chromatically (half-steps) on a diatonic (whole-step) harmonica like he does? If there is, I don't know about them. Howard's remarkable technique is probably the biggest physical innovation on any instrument since bottleneck slide guitar or the plunger over the trumpet bell. For now, his discovery that "all the notes" do in fact live inside the diatonic harmonica remains largely unsung.

Tim Richards, "Exploring Jazz Piano" Vol. 1 & 2 (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at Sept. 28, 2016
Tim Richards, "Exploring Jazz Piano" Vol. 1 & 2 (repost)

Tim Richards, "Exploring Jazz Piano" Vol. 1 & 2
Schott | 2005 | ISBN: 190245524X/1902455258 | English | MP3 128 Kbps | Lenght: 02:31:09 | 220.4 Mb

Volume 1 introduces the intermediate pianist to the basic chord-types used in jazz, from major and minor triads to seventh and ninth chords. Other topics include: Chord/scale relationships, modes, broken chord and scale patterns, pentatonic and blues scales, walking bass lines, Latin rhythms and bass lines, the diatonic cycle, secondary dominants, …

Hymns for Harmonica  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at Sept. 8, 2016
Hymns for Harmonica

Hymns for Harmonica by Phil Duncan
English | 2 Oct. 2015 | ISBN: 087166691X | 112 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

98 favorite hymns, gospel songs, and spirituals arranged in several different keys for diatonic, cross harp, or chromatic harmonica solo. In notation only. The book will give many hours of playing pleasure to the beginner as well as the advanced performer.