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Often called just 'diminished' with '7th' being implied. We all have something unique to offer and should be celebrated for those qualities rather than having them generalized for easy consumption. Other information shared includes the volume and modulation of the note, if any. Because this man is so very talented, he's simply devloped, modified, enhanced and quite often created based on what is his style and his uniquely. Similar to New Orleans trad jazz, choro was closely connected with the early development of samba, and is typically played by a small ensemble -- over the years the instrumentation has expanded to include more instruments, such as clarinet and mandolin...

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Publisher: Scarecrow Press; First edition (October 3, 1997)

ISBN: 0810830965

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