How To Play Triplets

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 "The moment is supreme. "
Franz Schubert

Lesson on Triplets:

When the beat is divided evenly into three notes, each note is called a triplet. A set of three triplets often has the number 3 above or below the notes.

When the beat is divided by two notes, one as long as two triplets and the other as long as one triplet, then these notes appear as a quarter note and an eighth note. they are grouped together by a bracket and the number 3.

Bb - Bb - Bb - Bb7 - Eb/Bb - Ebm/Bb - Bb - Bb

Bb Gm    Bb/F F7  Gm   Eb    F7         Bb
A   -   ve Mari   -   a,    gra - tia  ple - na.

   Bb+          A7sus4   A7    
Maria, gratia  ple   -   na

    F#dim         Gm Gdim
Maria, gratia plena
[ Tab from: ]
F       G7/D     F/C
Ave, ave dominus,

C7                  F
  Dominus, Te cum.

        F7                 Bb/F
Benedicta tu in mulieribus, 

    F7       Gm
Et benedictus

    F              D7                 Cm
Et Benedictus fructus ventris tui

          Ebmaj7   Gdim   F   F7      
Ventris tu  -  i  ,    Je - sus.

Bb Gm       F F7    (Repeat Intro)
A   -   ve Mar   -   ia.


Lyrics | Luciano Pavarotti lyrics - Ave Maria lyrics

Here it is in the Key of F:

F  Dmin F C7 Dmin
Ave Maria
Gmin C7 F
Gratia plena
Dmin E
Maria, gratia plena
A7 Dmin F C7
Maria, gratia plena
F Dmin F
Ave, ave Maria
C7  F
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Monday Music Quote: Kenny G

 I thought I would post some quotes by Kenny G. I really like him as a musician and appreciate his talent. Website

 "There are certain people out there who thin that they need to 'protect' traditional jazz... I've never really understood that."

"I'm just doing my own thing, too."
"It's tough to be a music educator because you need to be extremely flexible. There are different answers for everyone."

"The way that I improvise is just my style and it should be my style... to me that's the whole point of playing music."
Kenneth Bruce Gorelick (born June 5, 1956), better known by his stage name Kenny G, is an American, adult contemporary and smooth jazz saxophonist. His fourth album, Duotones, brought him breakthrough success in 1986. Kenny G is the biggest-selling instrumental musician of the modern era, with global sales totaling more than 75 million albums.

G        Em     Am           D7
Have yourself a merry little Christmas
G        Em       Am    D7
Let your heart be light 
G        Em      Am               D7     B7   E7  A7  D7
From now on, our troubles will be out of sight

G        Em     Am           D7
Have yourself a merry little Christmas
G        Em       Am  D7
Make the Yuletide gay
G        Em      Am               B7    Em         G
From now on, our troubles will be miles away 

C                   Bm
Here were are as in olden days
      Am         D7  Gmaj7
happy golden days of yore
Em       F#7              Bm
Faithful friends who are dear to us
       D         Em      Am  D7
gather near to us  once more

G           Em       Am          D7
Through the years we all will be together
G      Em      Am  D7
If the Fates allow
G      Em      Am            D7      Em
Hang a shining star upon the highest bough
    C               Am           D7        G
And have yourself a merry little Christmas now.

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