Jazz Piano School Ep. 78 – Improving Your Bebop Through Structured Integration of Approach Notes

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It’s hard to know exactly what to do to improve our improvisation right? Most of the time we just spend time learning licks and transcribing but this doesn’t really create the freedom we want. Learn how to systematically approach improvement at bebop!

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2 Comments on “Jazz Piano School Ep. 78 – Improving Your Bebop Through Structured Integration of Approach Notes”

  1. mario urbina

    Hello, do you have books on the Theory of Jazz? I was checking the material you presented in the last e-mail about chords with 3 notes, I studied the inversions of the Major, minor, diminish, augmented, suspended chords. These is all in the 12 major and minor keys, harmonic minor, melodic minor, relative minor. Now the next step is chord progressions, you said that to make the chord of the scale as close as possible but my problem is; If I make a chord how to figure the bass part. I am a disable veteran, I have all the time in the world to practice can we come to an agreement on the materials for Jazz I want all the materials but I can only get a few at the time. I can read and write music but i wan to be able to play without the written music also. If you sell me the book by book at the time I can purchase all. Thank you for your help and cooperation, God bless you.

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