Great material,! After 40 years of playing at a similar level, I feel like I'm progressing again. Just one thing , can you zip the files please into one folder for download. Also can you check, some of your file names are duplicated due to the sharp and flats being missing in the title. regards Col
I can't understand how to use the mp3 files except to listen to them. I would like to have one chord drone of each minor key. Also I would like to know how to use triad pair approach in each minor scale. Your previous video regarding triad pair approach is informative for me.
Please keep making such great stuff !
The mini-course opens my eyes to the possibilities of harmonization (and reharmonization) I am currently exploring. Harmonization (and reharm) are probably your unique selling point in this field of online music tutorial (compared to other online music tutorial providers that I have subscribed to) Another good selling point I note is tools of practice (including the pdfs) that you provide: the different way of practice (appealing! I think). Both selling points above are very attractive to me as a classically trained pianist (who has hit my head against the wall of dull old-fashioned piano practice). Keep up the goods work and stay healthy, bro.
Hi Nick. I haven’t delved into the material very deeply at this moment. But I am about to and know that I am going to enjoy this material as I have In the past with your YouTube programs. I love the way you present the material and you have an interesting take on it. You always have interesting stuff to present Such as soul scales. Also in the material you talk about the melodic minor in that the jazz melodic minor is usually all that’s considered. I haven’t seen The raised 6 and 7 going up and lowered coming down version since grade 10 and that is about 55 years ago. I’ve often wondered why there is a difference but nobody else seems to discuss it. Is it because melodies going up are more optimistic where as melodies going down are less positive. Thank you for you wonderful insights.
A beautiful lesson! Very clear and well thought out. I love the way Nick thinks about and helps the student think about and hear harmony!.
A very useful guide helping me to ingrain minor harmonies into piano playing and improvising. Need some time to get used to it. Thanks!
Really good. Thanks for a great lesson in jazz
Really inspirational learning material. Superb!
Haven’t downloaded yet!
A lot of musicians that start to get a following on YouTube/tiktok/Insta etc that put out learning materials have the tendency to overprice their items…not so with JazzDuets. Small “snackable” exercises and insights into music theory with appropriate price points. This is a compendium of useful exercise, collated into easily consumable practice sessions.
Your courses are my tools for understanding and playing my clarinet from the beginning. Thanks for making them!
Gracias Nick ,
Very good. Lots of stuff to work on
I really Enjoy your Lessons! I have a way that seems your speaking ME!