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  • Teaching: jazz piano and singing

    Teaching: jazz piano and singing

    Learn to play like a pro!
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    Teaching: piano and jazz singing

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    Teaching: jazz & pop

    Learn to play and sing the standards with Aimee!
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Aimee Nolte - Piano and singing teacher

Aimee is quickly becoming a highly sought after educator in the jazz community, since launching her YouTube channel, Aimee Nolte Music. She spent a 10 day stint as an instructor for the renowned vocal coach David Braid's VocalizeU camp in Malibu during the summer of 2016 and has appeared as a featured artist/clinician/adjudicator at numerous jazz festivals around the country, including Univeristy Of Northern Michigan, Fullerton College, South Plains College, and The Hilton Head Jazz Camp. Aimee continues to teach clinics and master classes to students who want to learn to scat seeing like serious jazz musicians, and players who want to take their improvisation game to the next level.

How To Figure Out Chords To Songs

How To Figure Out Chords To Songs

Using Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles and She's Always a Woman by Billy Joel, we walk through the steps to deciphering the chords to songs, just by using our ears and our voices. For this video, I tried to take something that is fairly simple for me, accessible to everyone who knows a bit about music.

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Modes for dummies

Modes for dummies

A very very easy way of looking at the modes of the major scale. What are they? How do you play them and use them and transpose them? I do my best to answer all of these questions and a few more.

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God Only Knows For Solo Piano - Tutorial

God Only Knows For Solo Piano - Tutorial

Rock, pop, jazz, and classical pianists will be able to learn and play this timeless Beach Boys' classic after watching this tutorial! If you'd like to support me, you can do so here: https://paypal.me/aimn To get a pdf of the lead sheet please visit my shop.

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All The Things You Are: Jazz Improvisation Lesson

All The Things You Are: Jazz Improvisation Lesson

All The Things You Are: Jazz Improvisation Lesson - For instrumentalists and singers: A very detailed look at the first 8 bars of the popular standard. Discussion includes a very melodic and "ears" approach, modes to use, chord tones to aim for, bebop lines and how to create them, and rhythmic placement of lines to add an element of surprise to your solo.

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Expand Your Hearing! Minor 2 5 1 Exercise

Expand Your Hearing! Minor 2 5 1 Exercise

This is an exercise that takes you through all 12 keys, using a minor ii V i lick, that will help you to be able to hear an altered dominant extension...a triad, based on the flat five of the dominant chord. I like this one because it's melodic and pretty and can be easily used in improvisation while soloing over tunes.

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Oscar Peterson Boogie Blues Piano Tutorial

From Oscar's "Boogie Blues Etudes" , live in London, 1974, we start at 2:10 and learn the walking boogie bass left hand. I found a better video of the concert than I show in the tutorial. This is it: https://youtu.be/SewFqU5SjuE

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