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New Book "Anatolian Modes" (Guitar Teachers)

4 replies, 2 voices Last updated by  James Basdanis 2 months, 4 weeks ago
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    James Basdanis
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    Hello from Greece my friends.
    I’m new here and thank Matthew for that.
    few day ago My NEW book Published and you can purchase as eBook or Paperback on Amazon.

    PS: from 15/9 until 16/9 you can get it for free via Amanzon Kindle

    “Anatolian Modes” a book for guitarists that they want learn exciting new ways and ideas to approach their music.
    The Most Famous Eastern and Greek Scales (exotic scales) explained and analyzed on Modal Theory

    more info: https://goo.gl/nPaua7

    • This topic was modified 2 months, 4 weeks ago by  James Basdanis.
    • This topic was modified 2 months, 4 weeks ago by  Matthew Rusk.
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    Matthew Rusk
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    Really cool James – what motivated you to write the book? 🙂 I will check it out!

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    James Basdanis
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    Nice Question!
    The two inspirations i have in my “music soul”
    The Tradition i carriage from Greece and Eastern Music
    and my Studies in Blues and Jazz were “fighting” each other…so i started 5-6 years ago to searching for a fusion of these two! And that’s the Result!
    “Anatolian (Jazz) Modes”!!!haha

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    Matthew Rusk
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    That is amazing, have you got any Youtube vidoes of you playing these modes? Sounds really cool – would love to hear it!

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    James Basdanis
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    I’m planning to do an Online Video Academy in the future, so there will be some tutorials on Youtube asap!

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