Newly released Ted Greene lesson videos!

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  1. mjm59

    mjm59 Member

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    I'm so thrilled to make my very first posting of a new thread an announcement to let everyone know that there are some newly released videos of Ted Greene giving private lessons to one of his students. I hope you find them helpful and inspirational in your own playing/teaching. :YinYang

    Mike


    http://www.tedgreene.com/



    http://www.youtube.com/user/TedGreeneArchives

    Here's a sample of an informal baroque improv/exploration to whet your appetite (part 1):
     
  2. sausagefingers

    sausagefingers Supporting Member

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    Excellent, thanks for the heads up.

    I got 2 more TG books for xmas yesterday. Enough to spend the rest of my life on.
     
  3. PedalFreak

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    Is there any way to save these video files? I'd like to have them on my computer so I can watch them anytime.
     
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    This is great! Thanks for the heads up.
     
  5. Neer

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    Such a remarkable man, gone way too soon. Thank you to the Ted Greene curators for making his legacy widely available. He was one of the last of a dying breed.
     
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    Absolutely Brilliant!!!! Thanks!!!!
     
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    There's lots of software for this. If you use Firefox, try the Video Download Helper add-on. In Firefox, click on Tools, then Add-ons and search for Video Download Helper. It installs in your browser and is always there ready to capture a videos, audio streams, etc.

    I'm not affilliated with these folks, just a tip from a user.
     
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    Ted had such a great touch. Thanks for posting.
     

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