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schematic for playing “Minor Swing”

I’ve been collecting examples of how people write out songs. This is a user-submitted schematic of a Django Reinhardt tune called “Minor Swing” on the site djangopedia:

chords and arrangement for Minor Swing

This example is brilliantly obtuse, especially for a composition which is pretty close to the Louie Louie level of simplicity.

Anyhow, here’s how the tune really goes.

3 replies on “schematic for playing “Minor Swing””

The Minor Swing is great minor blues swing piece. In e7 or tritone sub. Bb7-5 u can play out sound by using F-jazz minor scale instead of A harmonic minor sound. Easy chord progression to recollect and even AMIN BLUES SCALE SOUNDS BLUESY THROUGH OUT THE SONG!

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