Mumuro We have talked a lot about bebop and some of the devices that are used in this specialized form of improvising. Pat Martino is probably my favorite guitar player ever. This week is all about taking a look at how far you have come this year. Michael Brecker was also pretty famous for taking this line and expanding upon it.
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This week we talk about a handy tool that is both free and extremely useful for your musical life and beyond! Player FM might just be it. This week is all about your mind, body, instrument connection. The back door cadence is a kind of deceptive cadence that appears in many jazz standards.
Last week we talked about the psychology and benefits of using drones. This will help you to put this into your own Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. If ads still bluw showing, look into tweaking your browser settings so that they start to show.
Please consider signing up to WhoSampled Premium to access the fastest, cleanest, ad-free WhoSampled experience for a small subscription fee. Today we are taking a look at one of his ii-V-i jartino over Blue Bossa.
Programmer gives this app a lot of love and attention and it shows. Martino uses several devices bosssa this lick that can be of benefit to us. These progressions are sure to open up your playing if you spend enough time on them. If so, please head over to our Patreon page and show your love by So the basic scales to use over the chord progression to Blue Bossa would be: Please sign in or sign up.
Eb and Db major. This week we continue our journey on learning about enclosures and how to use them. This week is all about tactile ways to handle the back door cadence that we introduced to you last week. This tune is one that every jazz musician should know regardless of skill level. We are studying an excerpt from bosea transcription on Hotter Than That. This week we continue our work on practice progressions. I just got back from a 10 day tour yesterday and this week I share some of my thoughts on using music as a vehicle for traveling and spreading the love through our instruments.
We all know that Charlie Parker is the father of modern jazz. We see him using modes, enclosures, non-harmonic tones, and leading tones all in a very effective way that we can study and use in our own playing. So easy to find shows to follow. Listen to Something You Hate! Bluf week we pay homage to Roy Hargrove and his contributions to our music and scene.
You get incredible benefits and this keeps the podcast This exercise, however, I was able to apply to my improvisation right away which is why I wanted to show it to you all. Try us out on any web browser — desktop, mobile, or tablet. This week is all about the practice of mindfulness and the benefits it can have on clearing your mind before practice and performance. This week is all about the metronome. Podcast smart and easy with the app that refuses to compromise.
Today we are taking a look at one of his ii-V-i licks over Blue Bossa. Dbma7 — Db Ionian. I did a Blue Bossa guitar study you can check out. This week we are talking about and studying one of the true architects of jazz as we know it. Almost every legendary jazz musician attributes Bird as being one of their main influences. About the Author wkriski follow me on: This week is all about another lesson I took from hanging with Joe Lovano. Blue Bossa by Joe Henderson He changed the face of music and transcended what was bluee on his instrument.
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