Jazz Piano School Ep. 50 – How to Start Playing Bebop Part 2

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Bullet Points

    • 1. Practice continuous eighth notes with both approaches at the beginning of your improve line, middle and end. Land on chord tones on beat 1 only to start. Practice over 2-5-1’s
    • 2. Combine approaches in the same manner over 2-5-1’s
    • 3. Practice approaches in your improve at 50bpm over Autumn Leaves.
    • 4. Use continuous eighth notes
    • 5. Use broken improve lines however you please.


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