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Lorenzo Ferrero

@lorenzoferreromusic · Saxophones, Clarinet, Piano · Los Angeles, CA


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April 6, 2020

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Here’s my third lick challenge!… More…

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Here's one of the Etudes from my e-Book "Jazz Etudes Over Typical Cadences, Vol II". This one focuses on playing over the Modal interchange dominant minor chords.… More…

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The Blues is one of the most important forms in Jazz!… More…
Jan. 24, 2020

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Here's one of the Etudes from my e-Book "Jazz Etudes Over Typical Cadences, Vol II". This one focuses on playing over substitute dominants.… More…

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Here’s a fundamental circle of fifths exercise!… More…

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Here’s a simple solo over “All the things you are” that only uses chord inversions and basic chromatic approach (enclosures and double chromatics) … More…

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Here’s a another II - V - I lick that uses chord inversions, chromatic approach and focuses on the b9 and b13 (replacing the root and the 5th) on the V7 chord.… More…

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Here’s a cool II - V - I lick that uses chromatic enclosures, Chord inversions with extensions, and a little bit of the octatonic scale.… More…

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This etude is a one chorus solo over the chord progression of the Jazz standard "Stablemates".… More…

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This is certainly the most common type of Modal Interchange chords, and it’s characterized by it’s romantic, lyrical and almost melancholic sound. The Sub-Dominant minor chords are basically borrowed from… More…

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This Etude focuses on the typical “Mediant Modulation” found in Jazz, which basically means that there is modulation by thirds. In this case, we modulate major thirds by the use of II-V-I cadences, which… More…

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This is the second etude of my E-book "Jazz Etudes Over Typical Cadences - Volume I"… More…
April 2, 2019

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Another Bebop Etude over this Jazzy chord progression. This features a great use of chord extensions! More…

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This new series feature short saxophone solos over Jazzy 4 chord loops. … More…