Pulling together comments from several threads... I've always loved the simplicity, sparseness and swing of Oscar's playing on this Irving Berlin classic tune, so today I decided to mess around with it a little bit and see if I could learn a few things from it.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HWqVzTtBKw
It seems to be real easy to play, except the recording is right in the middle between E minor and F minor.
I'm guessing Em is the right key...? Has anybody ever worked on this? please tell me if I'm wrong...
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