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Jazz Improvisation Techniques – Simple Scale Hacks

https://www.freejazzlessons.com/jazz-… Would you like to learn some jazz improvisation techniques? This brand new video tutorial will help. Make sure you visit the urlĀ  to get the full lesson and learn more jazz improvisation techniques. If you want to become great at jazz improvisation it’s essential that you learn how to improvise over common chord progressions.

That’s why having jazz improvisation techniques you can rely on and you have mastered is absolutely essential. In this jazz improvisation techniques video we look at the most common jazz chord progression, the ii V I chord progression.

Since the 2 5 1 occurs in a million different jazz standards it’s essential that you have a variety of different jazz improvisation techniques to play over it...

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HOW TO PRACTICE MUSIC WITHOUT YOUR INSTRUMENT (Everyday Ear Training #1)

Everyday Ear Training is about evidencing you just how much they are able to rule music when you’re away from your tool. So most of the great musicians of all time, they don’t only tradition music when they’re at their tool, in fact most of their practise is done in their daily lives particularly by ear practise, and rewriting music by ear- Julian Bradley now from the Jazz Tutorial YouTube channel. And I just wanted to announce the beginning of a new video serial I’m starting, which is called Daily Ear Training. And I’m gonna be announcing this on YouTube...

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THIS MELODIC SHAPE TAUGHT ME TO PLAY BY EAR

– How’s it starting guys? Julian Bradley here with another occurrence of Everyday Ear Training. And today’s video I’m actually gonna display you an excerpt taken from my free video series on ear qualify, over at themusicalear.com. You can sign up for this any time by e-mail. It’s a series of four videos which you receive by e-mail. And in today’s YouTube video I just want to take an excerpt from that free series, only to give you a preference of what it’s all about. And we’re gonna be talking about common shapes. I’m gonna be sharing an important melodic common shape and I’m gonna be indicating you how a lot of playing music by ear works by only spotting these common shapes which are heard in many fragments of music.

And when you hear a common shape it tells you where the music is, where ...

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Music as a Language: Victor Wooten at TEDxGabriolaIsland

It’s true I was born into a band,exceedingly literally, I mean that literally. When I was born, my four older brothers who were already playing music, knew that they needed a bass player( Laughter) to round out the family strip. I was born into that character. As I’m older I’m looking back right now , now that I’m called a teacher. When I look back on that, and how I was taught, I realized that I wasn’t really schooled. Which is why I say that music is a language; because if you think about your first language, for me, and perhaps most of us here might be English, so I’m just going to go with English. If you think about how you learned it, you recognise you weren’t taught it. Public simply spoke to you...

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Victor Wooten: Music Theory is SIMPLE!

Align:start but theory doesn’t have to be difficult but theory doesn’t have to be difficult but theory doesn’t have to be difficult let me show you let me show you let me show you hey how many people practice in all keys hey how many people practice in all keys hey how many people practice in all keys raise your hand high be proud keep your raise your hand high be proud keep your raise your hand high be proud keep your hand up hand up hand up how many key oh no

I’m not I can’t ask how many key oh no I’m not I can’t ask how many key oh no I’m not I can’t ask Lucas that’s Bob son all right okay Lucas that’s Bob son all right okay Lucas that’s Bob son all right okay how many keys are there I say it 12 good how many keys are there I say it 12 good how many keys are there I say it 12 good answ...

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HOW TO PLAY MUSIC BY EAR (ear training for musicians)

( “Senorita” by Justin Timberlake) – Hi, YouTube, this is Julian Bradley. Today I’m going to talk about ear train. So I’ve got some advice which will speed up the process. First of all you need to get in the habit of listening to music in another way. Every piece of music you hear you need to be thinking what are the intervals? Whether it’s a trail on the radio, in a club, someone’s phone travelling off, a police siren travelling by, the fowls singing you want to be thinking, okay, what is that interval? What are those notes? Second of all my advice is when you’re starting out to try and stick to one key and to work in that key.

Doing that will construct you recognize a lot quicker that they’re the same notes that are coming up and the same chords, particularly in pop music, it’s the same ...

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How to Start Piano Lessons for Pre-School Aged Children

Hi. Therefore welcomed The Piano Podcast. I’m Mario Ajero. In this video, I want to show some forte-piano pieces that you could teach to young preschool children as young as age three to prepare them for traditional piano lessons. I’m hoping this video is useful to both professional piano teachers as well as mothers who only want to give their young children a head start on piano lessons. One of the first activities that you can actually do at the keyboard is to teach your kids that the piano shall be made available in two black key and three black keys. Can you play two black keys like this? Once infants can find the two black keys, you can do short rhythmic patterns alternating between the two black keys like this one...

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Larry Goldings – Jazz Organ Lesson 1

When you’re playing organ, you can be more orchestral, and they are able to have substance moving around that only adds to the texture of what’s going on, you know, in the band. You take your 9th ambiance and you move it down to the root, to the major 7, to the dominant 7, and you SUS it, and you resolve that with the 9 or the b9, you did the same happen here. The object is, I’m not just plotting down the chords, chord to chord, chord to chord, chord to chord. I want to be very economic in how I do it, so let’s look at this G child. Db9, I’m not moving anywhere. I want to harmonize this E, but I don’t want it to sound pedestrian, you are familiar, so what do I do? I go…

I wanted to get some crunchy memoranda in there...

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