Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Hello, I grew up listening to this fantastic piano solo from the legendary album "Kind of blue" by Miles Davis, so I decided to play it on bari sax. Wynton Kelly 's solo is a perfect example of building ideas using "call and response" and connecting each phrase to the next one. It is a composition inside a composition. Transcribing from different instruments is a huge benefit to me. I feel that it opens new ideas to me. What do you think?