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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Louis teaches us a lot in these few short bars. Have you ever really thought about where your time lies? Today we are taking a look at one of his ii-V-i licks over Blue Bossa. Louis Armstrong basically started it all. This week starts a series on something that Martio use in my practice each and every day.
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I hope you have enjoyed this article on Blue Bossa. Blue Bossa Pat Martino transcription. Manage episode series You get incredible benefits and this keeps the podcast A great way to learn a new melody so that it sticks in your mind is to analyze what is going on harmonically and rhythmically.
This week is all about your mind, body, instrument connection. We all know that Charlie Parker is the father of modern jazz. One of the best ways to learn a ;at is by listening to different arrangements of it, so I always make a habit of creating a playlist of several different versions of a tune that I am learning.
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This week we are talking about and studying one of the true architects of jazz as we know it. Exit Muse Producer: 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.
To listen to new Coltrane material in is very special stuff. This tune gets called at so many jam sessions and contains some essential chord progressions that everyone should know.
This week is a topic that we have touched on before but I would like to revisit it again.
This week, we talk about more advanced ways to enclose our target notes. Almost every legendary jazz musician attributes Bird as being one of their main influences. You get incredible benefits and this This was a really fun topic and we explore it Home About Store Blog. See the video below for the entire performance. This gives us the A and B notes instead of Ab and Bb.
This week we talk about a handy tool that is both free and extremely useful for your musical life and beyond! So far in this series, we have talked about progressions that make total sense from a traditional point of view.
This week we step it up a notch and look at the same concept over the great John Coltrane composition, Giant Steps. We are studying an excerpt from his transcription on Hotter Than That. Play in new window Download. This week is all about confronting things that scare you. Not what you don’t. You get incredible benefits and this keeps This week we are starting with some very basic material and we will progress over the next couple of episodes into more and more challenging ways of using this device.
If so, please head over to our Patreon page and show your love Last week martimo went over the basics of target notes and how to start surrounding them.
We’ve detected that your browser isn’t showing ads. Welcome to Player FM What if radio played only the shows you care about, when you want? This week continues the theme of playing smooth lines in one direction over difficult changes. Adblock Click the AdBlock button on the top right of your browser’s toolbar and select Don’t run on pages on this domainand then hit Exclude to finish. This week I have written a full etude for you to see the enclosures in action. Dbma7 — Db Ionian. Play in New Window Download.
While it turns out to be a little bit different in the back door The only martion between this week and last is now we are dealing with V-I progressions instead of a mono-quality exercise.
Comments Rob “I always make a hobbit” — hee hee — you just wanted to see if we were paying attention. Brilliantly useful, fantastically intuitive, beautiful UI. Why are we scared of these things? What sets the app apart from other podcasting applications is its emphasis on discovery. Pat Martino On Blue Bossa http: Playing over this progression is similar to any other in the way that we want to examine the voice leading first. If you are running an ad blocker, please disable it on whosampled.
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You might also be interested in the Blue Bossa chord melody I did. Blue Bossa Dexter Gordon transcription Cm 2 choruses Notice the use of approach arpeggios in the 2nd measure of the above transcription — G7 arpeggio descending from the 5th.
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