Creative exercises for Chromatically approaching Pentatonic scales
This innovative and unique PDF combines 2 different improvisational systems to stunning effect as it provides the improvisor with a coherent way to add jazzy chromatic notes to Pentatonic lines.
The meticulously crafted exercises demonstrate approaching each note of the Pentatonic scale with 1, 2, 3 and 4 note chromatic enclosures.
A world of cool sounds + creative possibilities is created!
The approaches are presented in an understandable step by step way, making the perhaps complex material easier to assimilate.
Applying approaches to Pentatonic scales will transform your improvisations, taking you to a much higher level of fluency.
This Instant PDF digital download contains the EXACT part demonstrated in the
Jazzduets Youtube video below:
The 4 files included:
1) In Concert 2) In Bb 3) in Eb 4) Bass Clef 5) Mp3 of the Funky Groove
Enjoy and Practice!
Chromatically Approaching Pentatonic Scales
I find the exercises great! They make great warm-ups for pianists using left or right hand. The exercises can also be used as octave practice etc etc.
The expierience was and is enlightening.
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Wonderful material which keeps me busy and re engaged. I look forward to more ideas - I love your insights into healing sounds. Brilliant!
Creative exercises for chromatically approaching Pentatonic scales
Chromaticism is a simple idea but applying it to my playing has eluded me: until now. This topic has solved the riddle for me and given me access to a sophisticated and jazzy McCoy Tynerish sound to play over a static blues chord. Hats off to Nick Holmes and the team for a five star lesson.