It's not really NEW, but it might be new to YOU. A contemporary rhythmic addition to your playing; the all-syncopated straight 8th style which originates from the Brazilian Polka style of guitar playing. Have fun with it and let me know if it was helpful to you!
Aimee is quickly becoming a highly sought after educator in the jazz community, since launching her YouTube channel, Aimee Nolte Music.
How to make your band sound like you have practiced together when in actuality, you never have. Here is a little trick that I use when I am in that situation, to make polished endings that sound like you had planned them.
A few of my favorite jazz voicings for this wonderful chord.
Put away the Real Book. Drop the "sheet music." Watch this and then The Day I Put My Real Books Away
I'm giving away my biggest secret in this lesson. How to swing! If you have ever wanted to learn to scat sing, this is the place to start. Ride along with me, as we discuss swing feel and jazz rhythms. More to follow!
The lesson where we sing the CRAP out of Autumn Leaves! I play the role of your personal karaoke machine and give you lots of room to try your own solo in this video. We use our ears and talk about note choice and beautiful, fluid, melodic lines.
A two-part series about how to improvise over these famous chord changes. In this video, we talk about how to use the blues to make our way over Rhythm Changes and sound super hip. Watch for part two where we will discuss Bebop lines.
Learn to play this classic jazz standard in the stride piano style for yourself, or for someone else, in the key of G minor.
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