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Mari Levine Drop 1,2,3.
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Hi, how are you? Where could I get the Mark Levine series: Drop 1,2 and 3? Thank you.

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Re: Mari Levine Drop 1,2,3.
fraska #3002471 07/14/20 12:02 PM
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Hi

If you search via Google there are multiple places (including Amazon) that have or sell the Mark Levine drop 2 material.

For example:

https://www.shermusic.com/1883217474.php

The drop 1 & drop 3 material I couldn't find.

Drop 2 is also covered in "The Jazz Piano Book".

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Re: Mari Levine Drop 1,2,3.
fraska #3002484 07/14/20 01:26 PM
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I have looked at used book sites and I am not finding books 1 and 3


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Re: Mari Levine Drop 1,2,3.
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Originally Posted by dogperson
I have looked at used book sites and I am not finding books 1 and 3
Isn't books , this are droppings .

Simon , Drop 1 &3 does not exist! Traditional voicings open positions : drop 2, drop 3, drop 2 and 4. ( I ate a dog on this topic, long before the book of Mark Levine )

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Re: Mari Levine Drop 1,2,3.
fraska #3002578 07/14/20 05:35 PM
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Hi Nahum

You ate a dog!
Now there's an expression I've never heard before.
But if you can skin a cat......

Thanks for clarifying.

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Originally Posted by Simon_b
Hi Nahum

You ate a dog!
Now there's an expression I've never heard before.
But if you can skin a cat......

Thanks for clarifying.

Cheers
Oh, I didn’t know that , an equivalent "to be an expert."
Any chord positions (voices) are fragments of a harmonic system taken from different octaves; for example: a familiar closed position is a combination of neighboring harmonics from the third octave of the system; drop 2 - a combination of harmonics from the second and third octave of the system, where the same notes are omitted , etc. The main thing is that the distance between the voices would not exceed an octave, as is the case in the harmonics system itself.
The first composer to use triads in an open position was John Field in his nocturnes; and in the seventh chords - Field-Influenced Chopin .


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