This lesson shares some melodic devices that will help you develop your soloing ideas and skills. By using these concepts you will learn to take a simple musical idea and turn it into an extended solo. Contains many valuableideas for the jazz improviser including repetition, echoing, repetition and sequencing with rhythmic displacement, repetition rhythmic variation, mirroring (retrograde), permutation, call and response, harmonic filters, harmonic filters with variation, sequencing, transposing stepwise and up in fourths, down in thirds, atonal up in minor thirds, with rhythmic displacement. 62 minute video lesson with comprehensive explanations and close up demonstrations with printable PDF in tab and notation.
STUDENT COMMENT: "Beautiful! Love this type of lesson. I can immediately apply it to a so many songs and with a little bit of tweaking it sounds like I'm playing through the chord even though the chord is not being played. Love it!" Thanks, Will