Meticulously prepared online video courses for a seamless, stress free jazz improvisation learning journey.

Each one has a different focus and learning goal - but they all have one thing in common:

Keeping you inspired whilst practicing sometimes profound and challenging jazz theory!

My most advanced, all-level online video courses & downloadable courses

These courses are the `flagship´ Resources of Jazzduets, tested and tried by many and constantly improved. You should enroll if:

• You play an instrument and want the solid and broad musical foundationneeded to improvise Jazz and Blues
• You are hungry to know and practice the secret exotic jazz notes the greats use
• You are looking for a tried and tested study method that will take you closer to your goals
• You are looking for an abundance of material to keep you busy for literally years
• You are looking for a deep dive in to the secrets of learning improvisation

Handcrafted Video & Online Courses for better Jazz improvisation!

Flute+ Clarinet Duets volume 2

This Jazzduets instant PDF download contains  8 Flute and Clarinet Jazz Duets of mixed level from Intermediate to more Advanced (but not awfully!)  that have been meticulously written specifically to Inspire, Amuse and Educate.

The melodies are developed just like an improvisor would 'Jazz up a tune' using Blue Notes, Syncopation, Articulations and Dynamics to colour and personalise the tunes.

The lower second part has been meticulously crafted to create an exhilarating experience for players in each and every bar, harnessing the Clarinet's agile and gorgeous lower register.

The  original pieces full of Jazz, Blues, Funk  language provide interesting material for home practice sessions, classes or performance situations.


1. Blue Tones-  Medium swing Blues. Starts in Bb, then moves to Eb. There is an Improvised solo in F over a riff like bass line before the head out.

2. Summertime - In this arrangement of Summertime  I included some favourite phrases of some of my musical heroes - Stevie Wonder, Prince, Larry Adler and Gershwin himself - with great affection and gratitude.

3. Rhythm -swing tune built on the classic Rhythm changes so beloved of Jazz players

4. Ok -cheeky AABA tune, that explores the different types of minor sounds- melodic, harmonic, natural, and Blues.

5. Delta Blues -catchy lower Clarinet Riff  features a written solo

6. Hungry - this Blues  features jazz chromatic language- and contains a written solo.

7. Dood -funky 16th note  F-7 work out with Jimmy Hendrix reference !

8. Ok- this is an advanced level version with solo and other goodies