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    Default Brazilian Summer - Caetano Zama

    Composer is Caetana Zama:

    https://youtu.be/oWNCzljDRhY

    Brazilian Summer (Santo And Johnny) - Caetana Zama
    Last edited by pdxdjazz; 12-29-2019 at 03:10 AM. Reason: Corrected thread title format

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    Please review the guidelines for posting charts:
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    Thanks for sharing your chart
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    aqualadius,

    Those are nice changes.

    Do you have a source for the melody line?

    Cheers,
    Jer

    P.S.

    I hear something different from your chart in a couple of places.
    (The YouTube clip is in A minor but I'll indicate the changes in the Bb minor of your chart):

    Bars 23-24 = Cm7 F7, not Dbm7 Em6.
    Bar 26 is hard to hear, but it's not Dbm7. I opt for F#m7.
    Bar 35 is Cm7, not Dbm7.
    Last edited by engelbach; 12-29-2019 at 06:20 PM.
    Jerry Engelbach
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    Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, México
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    Hey BOB, I'm curious am I doing something wrong in my posts that makes you post this follow up? I thought I had done everything right this time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by engelbach View Post
    aqualadius,

    Those are nice changes.

    Do you have a source for the melody line?

    Cheers,
    Jer

    P.S.

    I hear something different from your chart in a couple of places.
    (The YouTube clip is in A minor but I'll indicate the changes in the Bb minor of your chart):

    Bars 23-24 = Cm7 F7, not Dbm7 Em6.
    Bar 26 is hard to hear, but it's not Dbm7. I opt for F#m7.
    Bar 35 is Cm7, not Dbm7.
    Hey Jerry, I was way off! My guitar was out of tune when I transcribed this (DUHHHHHHH), please forgive! I have now used the very fancy transpose feature of iRealPro to quickly correct my mistake so now I will reference what you're saying in Am instead of Bbm. I will also follow up by posting the new Am chart. Thanks!

    So for Bars 23-24 I have Bm7/Dm6(How do you denote a major-minor 7 chord? This is actually what this is but I don't see a way to do that!)
    For bar 35 it's a Bm7!

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    Brazilian Summer - Santo And Johnny - Caetana Zama

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    Quote Originally Posted by aqualadius View Post
    Hey BOB, I'm curious am I doing something wrong in my posts that makes you post this follow up? I thought I had done everything right this time?
    Corrected thread title format
    Please just review and follow the guidelines so your posts (which are welcome and appreciated) won’t need moderation to be consistent with our guidelines.

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    Thanks for sharing your charts.
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    Understood! Thanks BOB!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aqualadius View Post
    Understood! Thanks BOB!
    No worries.

    How do you denote a major-minor 7 chord?
    iRp recognizes minor-major seventh chords.

    Minor-Major Seventh Chords - Example

    )BOB

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