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PostPosted: Sat Jun 19, 2004 5:57 pm    Post subject: Re: Comping Reply with quote

Rabe wrote:
Hi D. Very Happy Argentina,

Thank for your help. The role of guitarist, pianist...to day in the rhythm section is very sophisticated and exciting! Because comping involves an intimate relationship between rhythm section players and the soloist therefore LISTENING becomes a crucial part of playing and the degree to which you LISTEN often determines the eventual outcome of a soloist.

Rabe From France Laughing


Hi Rabe,
you`re absolutely right, those are the "key words": "exciting",........... "sophisticated", ............."intimate relationship", ......."listening"........
They take us to another ones: "comunication"..............., "interplay"............

It is really nice to comp behind a soloist who is able to leave "space".......
and in the other hand it is also really fun to improvise when you know the guys at your back know what to do when you rest! So, we have another "key word": "TRUST"
Until next time,
D. (stands for Daniel) Rolling Eyes from Argentina
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