Jazz Piano School Ep. 97 – Freddie Freeloader, Wynton Kelly Transcription Analysis

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It’s the small nuances and attention to detail that will take your playing to the next level. What sound are you trying to create? How do you get it? After you’ve learned the building blocks of jazz improvisation, these transcription analysis will help put you on top.

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6 Comments on “Jazz Piano School Ep. 97 – Freddie Freeloader, Wynton Kelly Transcription Analysis”

  1. C.R. Green

    Thanks for providing so much free stuff. I’m playing out quite a bit, jazz pays poo, doubt I’ll ever have enough $$ to pay for it.

    1. Brenden Lowe

      Of course! Its my pleasure! Don’t worry about paying. So much to learn with the free stuff alone! 🙂 And it’ll keep coming.

  2. Blaine

    I have requested (multiple times) the practice materials for podcast #97, Wynton Kelly’s solo for Freddie Freeloader, but do not receive them? Can you help?

  3. Brenden Lowe

    Hi Blaine,

    Please email us at support@jazzpianoschool.com with your email address and we will send them personally to you.

    This way you do not have to post your private email address here.

    Also be sure to check your SPAM folder as they might have got sorted there.

    Best!

  4. Denis

    Hi, I just came across this page by accident. Nice analysis and discussion. Just one thing I would add: you mention that Wynton is using the 6 going to the 5 a lot, but the head to this tune is basically just a bunch of 6 to 5 phrases so Wynton is using ideas from the original melody in his solo.

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