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Some songs for which I do NOT own the copyrights have been used for demonstration and study purpose only. I am not selling NOR publishing those tunes in any media (text, audio, video) that requires payment from the visitors.
I DO NOT make use of the lyrics of those tunes (ever). I sometimes use the melody in articles, PDF, audio or videos to demonstrate proper use of harmony. Most often those great standards are used only for means of learning to improvise on common chord progressions. The pieces in question are mostly great American “standard pieces” that are broadly used in all jazz educational materials. The copyrights owner(s) of any “standard piece” I’ve used CAN contact me if they feel like there’s an infringment. I will either compensate or delete the content. You may not reproduce, in any form, any of my content on this website nor any of the content in my information products without my written permission. Similarly, you must obtain written permission from my guest authors to use their content in any form.
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