Jazz Piano School Ep. 90 – Benny Green “Celia” Transcription Analysis Series

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I absolutely love Benny Green’s playing. His lines are very clear, solid, and connect with the harmonies perfectly.

In this podcast series, I’m going to walk you through a Benny Green solo and point out the building blocks for you to practice in order to build freedom within your improv.

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Brenden Lowe

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3 Responses

  1. Ep 90: I love Mingus’ Celia – Is this based on the same melody?

    New to u and still a novice. But I enjoyed your philosophy at the start of the broadcast. Best of luck.

  2. Your style is unique in comparison to other people I have
    read stuff from. Thank you for posting when you’ve got the opportunity, Guess I will just bookmark this site.

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