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No 1 Jazz solo You need to know - High Society - Sidney Bechet download

WHY is Sidney Bechet´s  High Society solo great you may ask?

  1. Because the harmonic progression is essential to learn + know inside 
  2. Because the solo traces the notes of the individual chords so clearly
  3. As technically it is a challenging workout that can be a milestone for any player
  4. As the solo provides an amazing foundation on which to build knowledge

Included in the download:

  1. Pdf Transcription of Solo (4 versions - Concert, Bb, Eb and Bass clef)
  2. Bar by Bar meticulous analysis of the solo
  3.  Slow and fast Jazz duets  recorded demonstrations 
  4. Mp3 of Bechet´s version

This Colossal, Mighty, Majestic solo is

Suitable for Beginners and Intermediate Students of Jazz improvisation

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Barry S.
United States


I have heard this solo for years. From Bechet to Fountain….it is relegated to every jazz clarinetist to learn it. Thanks to Nick, not only is it transcribed for us; but, it is also analyzed for us. A true gift to the clarinet community. Worth every penny! Five stars out of five stars!! Barry Shelton

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Thank you for this resource

Backing track would be appreciated.

William V.
United States United States

Really liked it.

No problems. I'm a sop player. I play a Yamaha 675 with a Selmer Concept mouthpiece and a Lagere 2.5 reed. What type of horn , mouthpiece and reed do you use. I really like your sound.

Juan C.
Spain Spain

Inspirational and practical

I love Nick's lessons, they are helping me to progress with the flute technically as well as inmersing me in the jazzy sounds and style I am looking for to play

Benedict A.
United States United States

Love Jazz Duets!

I've learned more about improv from Jazz duets and you in One month, than in other methods over 3 years. In my Area, Jazz is very exclusive, if you're in, you're in; if you're not, you're not. I will be purchasing more materials in the future, Thank you so much! Anthony; Freelance Bassist and Session Bassist.

Ralph H.
Switzerland Switzerland

Great Stuff

I had buyed before and I will buy in the future your lovely and great stuff. Regards from Switzerland Ralph

Scot L.
United States United States

Love this

This is a awesome workout!! Thank You!!