Your idea is usually great. I would like to yours approach for other famous pieces and Major II V I cadence.
Long before I decided to take up Jazz Guitar, these 3 licks hung out somewhere in my mind and occasionally surfaced before disappearing back into the abyss. Nick's guide to approaching these 3 licks for analysis and study is deeply insightful and logical while retaining the mystery and timeless quality of them as "Jazz Artifacts". It may take some time, but I hope to learn them well enough to incorporate the spirit of these licks into my own improvisation.
A great concept - take your favorite melodic ideas from songs and jazz standards and use them over chord changes. As always great content and very well presented, Nick!
always perfect, easy to use.
Amazing, I recommend it heartily.
I love these melodies. I love the way you played them through the different chords and I love your videos.
I really been enjoying Jazz Duets content on Youtube. The bebop line exercises are challenging to say the least but also cool and useful. I really liked the 251 based on the "Cry Me a River" motif over each chord of the progression. Nice idea. Highly recommend this interesting content. Expand your horizons melodically.
Hi Dudek! Thanks for the review!
It was nice to listen to and play, the only thing is that the background in example 9 doesn't play behind the lick.
Very interesting training material
This is some great material for jazz, regardless your instrument!
Very interesting and very well explain. So very interesting to include in composition.
I follow JazzDuets for a long time. My son plays saxophone; being very inquisitive, this kind of interdisciplinary approach suits his idea of learning. JazzDuets materials provide wider insight into secrets of music.
Hi Vanja Thanks for the review!
Thanks Nick, excellent lesson!
The soundtrack will be useful when I will use it.
The chord progressions are so beautiful that I will use them for my accordion improv. Thank you offering it free!
Interesting analysis. I especially like the extract derived from "Recorda Me"