Alone Together is a jazz standard from a 1932 Broadway play that has been recorded by many top jazz artists through the years. Because of the song's many 2 5 1 progressions in minor it has a rather dark sound. The "A" sections have a surprise cadence which resolves to major in the last two bars of the section. This modal interchange makes it a favorite among jazz players. This is a great tune to practice improv in minor giving you opportunities to explore licks with Harmonic Minor & Diminished scales and arpeggios. A great addition to your repertoire as it is often called at jam sessions. 34 minute M4v* video demonstrated slowly with close ups by measure then rehearsed in sections. Printable PDF in tab and notation with Mp3 performance/practice track.
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