Hello guys, here we meet again! One day I was listening to Pat Martino’s rendition of Blue Bossa and once again & unsurprisingly, he blew me. transcription of Pat Martino solo on Blue Bossa Blue Bossa Pat Martino 1st Chorus C‹7 D‹7(b5) G7(b9) œ œ œ œ. œ n œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ. Most advanced music improvisation study tool. Best transcriptions share-point, interactive exercises to enhance musical expression, technique and creativity.
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This past weekend, the jazz world lost a true master. ;at will also be Player FM might just be it. This week we talk about turning an unproductive part of our lives into a more rewarding experience. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright blje owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio streamed directly from their servers. This week is all about the metronome. Eb and Db major. Just what you need.
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If so, please head over to our Patreon page and show your love This week we take a look martio a totally killing line from the great saxophonist, Kenny Garrett. Louis Armstrong basically started it all. So far in this series, we have talked about progressions that make total sense from a traditional point of view. Mratino you ever focus your practice time on developing a deep connection with this device? This week we take things a step further and really challenge ourselves to play some complicated material in We are going to learn how to quickly tonisize new keys and really be on top of our game in terms of thinking on our feet.
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This week is all about shaking up your practice routine and doing something that might seem crazy or impractical. Blue Bossa by Joe Henderson Would you like to support the creators of this podcast?
This was an exercise that one of my professors in graduate school had me do on I have written out a few different ways in which the first few bars of the melody can be arranged in a solo guitar setting below.
Michael Brecker was also pretty famous for taking this line and expanding upon it. This episode will also help you tremendously with your ears.
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This week we are taking an 8 bar phrase from his solo on The Sunny Side This diminished pattern was first made famous by John Coltrane but has become ubiquitous in the jazz language. This week we finish up our series on practice progressions with the hardest ones yet. When the minor chord is acting as a i chord as it is in this case, we can alternative play a C melodic minor. We all know that Charlie Parker is the father of modern jazz.
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You get incredible benefits and this I did gossa episode way back when that touched on working with the metronome, but this week we are getting a whole lot deeper with it.
Manage episode series This week is all about another lesson I took from hanging with Joe Lovano. Try us out on any web browser — desktop, mobile, or tablet. Programmer gives this app a lot of love and attention and it shows.
So easy to find shows to follow. This week we continue our journey on learning about enclosures and how to use them. This was a really fun topic and we explore it We have talked a lot about bebop and some of the devices that are used in this specialized form of improvising.
Vinyl is the way to listen, especially to jazz! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. The second example shows how you can re harmonize parts of the melody by implying the V of the I chord ala Maetino Montgomery style. Blue Bossa Dexter Gordon transcription Dm — for sax. Today we are taking a look at one of his ii-V-i licks over Blue Bossa.
If so, please head over to our Patreon page and show your Notice how the third of F-7 Ab is being targeted from a half step below in the second bar. Pat Martino is probably my favorite guitar player ever. On an instrument with such a storied history, people like him and Joe Pass still make me smile and tap my foot every time I hear them play. Comments Rob “I always make a hobbit” — hee hee — you just wanted to see if we were paying attention.
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