Hello musicians! Have you ever met someone who doesn't know how to hold their instrument without playing it? In this video, we try to raise Noodler Awareness and stop these people in their tracks!
Aimee is quickly becoming a highly sought after educator in the jazz community, since launching her YouTube channel, Aimee Nolte Music.
This is my new friend, Donaldo who stopped by for a lesson on his trip to Los Angeles. He's visiting from Nicaragua and he's trying to learn how to build a jazz solo. I was so happy to help! If you'd like to support my channel, you can donate here: https://paypal.me/aimn
Over 1 hour video - Aimee Nolte Live And Figuring Out LICKS Of Your Choice! We figured out Bill Evans, Benny Golson, Stevie Wonder, Stan Getz, Muse, and Tribal Tech licks LIVE just now. Make sure and subscribe to my YouTube channel, Aimee Nolte Music to be a part of these live sessions. It doesn’t cost a penny and it’s super fun. Enjoy and share please! If you’d like to support my channel, click here to donate: https://paypal.me/aimn
This is a sampling of my 7 video bebop series for instrumentalists and vocalists. Using the blues, the bebop scale, classic licks from Bird and Diz, and much more, learn how to become a great bebop soloist and let's have some fun while we do it!
Using Imagine Dragons' "It's Time", I walk you very slowly and methodically through the way I think about reharmonizing popular music to fit the jazz idiom. We draw from the melody and utilize chords from within the key and from out of the key to create color and excitement!
The crazy, beautiful altered dominant chord where BOTH the natural 5 and the flat 5 exist together in wonderful dissonant harmony will add color and depth to your playing. Explore how and when to use it with me! If you'd like to support my channel, you can donate here: https://paypal.me/aimn
Figure out he chords to Eliane Elias' version of Estate with us! Turns out her version actually modulates down a perfect fourth at the B section but...it was still fun anyway! To contribute to my channel and music making efforts, click here: https://paypal.me/aimn
Have you ever heard a beat, felt it one way and then realized you were completely hearing it backwards, or you were off by one beat? You're not alone. Listen to these two examples, and check out the list below. It happens ALL THE TIME and instead of letting it frustrate us, let's embrace it and solve it. *fist bump*
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