Hi guys, just wanted to share the new app bundle with four of the best tools to practice jazz improv: Tonal Harmony • Ear Training • Scales, Modes & Melodic Patterns • Sight-Reading
I hope you find it useful.
I found a cool lick in Guy Lacour's 28 Etudes - I've blogged about it with a .PDF attached to the post. If you like it, feel free to share it with your friends. You can find the post here.
I'm a long time improviser, I taught myself how to do it by listening and my ear is pretty sharp but my theory is lacking a bit. I've been a massive fan of Evans (sax) for some time now but I've only really started studying his note choices recently. What I want to know is, are his...
Hi guys... me (the guy from brazil) with another stupid and dummy again...LOL
I started to study theory... from the basics... I got a copy of The Jazz Theory Workbook(a very good book for beginners BTW) and something is not making any sense for me.
I will try to explain maybe you can help me...
I made this PDF as a practice guide for jazz scales improvisation. For all 12 keys, it has the major and minor scales, Mixolydian and Dorian modes, and the bebop, pentatonic minor, and blues scales. All the scales are purposely written in C with accidentals so the player can focus on the notes...