Five jazz improvisation etudes
A great way to develop your improvisation vocabulary is to write your own solos as etudes and studying other players solos. Read full description…
A great way to develop your improvisation vocabulary is to write your own solos as etudes and studying other players solos.
Here are 5 solos I've written over the changes of different jazz standards. Play them slow, isolate the phrases you like and try alternating one time with the written solo and one time with your own ideas.
Hope you enjoy it. Now go play!
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Andres Galindo Kuscevic
I am creating music material for electric bass practice. The goal is to create an affordable library of bass content to enhance your practice sessions with material of all levels. I will create new content periodically, so please follow and go play!
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