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Learn Stevie Wonder's Famous Line from "Sir Duke"

“Sir Duke” is a tune off of Stevie Wonders iconic album, “Songs in the Key of Life” (1976).

He wrote it in homage to one of his great jazz influences, Duke Ellington.

This soli line one minute into the song is infamous among horn players, and uses some hip pentatonic language.

Check it out!

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Happy Practicing!

Alex Linn

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