Hello guys, here we meet again! One day I was listening to Pat Martino’s rendition of Blue Bossa and once again & unsurprisingly, he blew me. transcription of Pat Martino solo on Blue Bossa Blue Bossa Pat Martino 1st Chorus C‹7 D‹7(b5) G7(b9) œ œ œ œ. œ n œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ. Most advanced music improvisation study tool. Best transcriptions share-point, interactive exercises to enhance musical expression, technique and creativity.
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So far in this series, we have talked about progressions that make total sense from a traditional point of view. This week we are going to look at one of the most famous licks in history. This week is all about an extremely old set of tunes and what they can do for you and your playing.
Pat Martino is probably my favorite guitar player ever. The advancements he made in such a short life are nothing short of amazing. So easy to find shows to follow.
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This week, we talk about more advanced ways to enclose bssa target notes. Play in New Window Download. Podcast smart and easy with the app that refuses to compromise. Today we are taking a look at one of his ii-V-i licks over Blue Bossa.
How to Play Blue Bossa on Guitar – Jamie Holroyd Guitar – Jamie Holroyd Guitar
What we discover when looking I have tried to write this lesson so that both the beginner and more advanced jazz guitarist can learn something by including a break down of the harmony, some chord melody optionscomping tips, and single line soloing ideas. Try us out on any web browser — desktop, mobile, or tablet. In this lesson I will be teaching you how to play Blue Bossa on guitar. Most of the melody for Blue Bossa comes from chord scales focusing on guide tones of each chord.
Give yourself some credit! Last week we talked about the psychology and benefits of using drones. We see him using modes, enclosures, non-harmonic tones, and leading tones all in a very effective way that we can study and use in our own playing. This week I was fortunate enough to meet and hang with one of my all-time heroes of this music, Joe Lovano. This week is all about another lesson I took from hanging with Joe Lovano.
This week we talk about a handy tool that is both free and extremely useful for your musical life and beyond! Almost every legendary jazz musician attributes Bird as being one of their main influences. Refresh the page to see the result. This was a really fun topic and we explore it Every subscription supports the running of our service.
You get incredible benefits and I hope you have enjoyed this article on Blue Bossa. This is from an amazing performance joined by the trumpet masters, Freddie Hubbard, Woody Shaw, and Dizzy Gillespie. Although Blue Bossa was originally recorded as a Bossa Nova there are now versions of it being played as a rumba, salsa and samba piece. This is possibly because you are running an ad blocker or another browser extension that is preventing ads from showing, martuno are using browser privacy settings that do not allow ads to show.
This week starts a series on something that I use in my practice each and every day. You might ;at be interested in the Blue Bossa chord melody I did.
Blue Bossa Dexter Gordon transcription Cm 2 choruses Notice the use of approach arpeggios in the 2nd measure of the above transcription — G7 arpeggio descending from the 5th.
Dbma7 — Db Ionian When the minor chord is acting as a i chord as it is in this case, we can alternative play a C melodic minor. We are studying an excerpt from his transcription on Hotter Than That. The back door cadence is a kind of deceptive cadence that appears in many jazz standards.
Jazz Standards – Blue Bossa
This week continues our journey on making the metronome the center of our focus. You guessed it, another etude! He changed the face of music and transcended what was possible on his instrument. We have talked a lot about bebop and some of the devices that are used in this specialized form of improvising.
From a major key perspective there are just 2 keys: This week is all about shaking up your practice routine and doing something that might seem crazy or impractical.
This week we are starting with some very basic material and we will progress over the next couple of episodes into more and more challenging ways of using this device. This week continues the theme of playing smooth lines in one direction over difficult changes.
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Enclosures are one of the most important devices to have down if you want to play like a bebop master! Programmer gives this app a lot of love and attention and it shows. Notify me of new posts by email.
This week we finish up our series on practice progressions with the hardest ones yet. Martino uses several devices in this lick that can be of benefit to us.