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Tag Archive | "improvisation"
The Lost Art of Improvisation
Origins Musicians have been improvising for as long as there has been music. When prehistoric [...]

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Hang with… Bruce Adams
By Michael Barkley Bruce is a really special player and person – a gentle giant. [...]

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Tips For Transcribing Music
Transcribing songs from a recording is a great way for brass players to learn new [...]

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Jazz chord nomenclature
This post is to deal with the commonly found symbols found in jazz; it is [...]

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Terell Stafford, Daahoud transcription – free download!
Dear brass friends (and jazz musicians), One thing we must do to progress and improve [...]

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Don Sleet, The Hearing transcription – free download!
Don Sleet is a bit of an unknown, or at least a well hidden jazz [...]

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How to locate key-centre areas in jazz
We are going to look at a little bit of theory in this article. Nothing [...]

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Scott Wendholt, Microcosm For Two transcription – free download!
The solo of Scott’s that I have transcribed (found below) is from a superb album [...]

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Improvisation and interview with Michael Finissy
This “composition” was completed for part of my BMus dissertation, however, it is not just [...]

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Bill Evans on jazz and improvisation
Bill Evans discussing jazz and improvisation (classical and jazz) and the art of music. 70-462 [...]

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