Bebop Blues in C – Play and Rest Approach │Jazz Piano Lesson #23

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Controlling the quantity of playing and resting done in an improvised solo.
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digsjazzalot says:

Less is more great. "Breathing" is absolutely important concept. Glad you're teaching this: but there is some lyricism missing in the lines – – I think that's because there's a lack of focus around the "blue notes". Something to think about

boikhutso ponatshego says:

Thanks Man. Could you do the bass line per all those chord changes ?

Mariano Palavecino says:

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jakemf1 says:

love those lines, perhaps do a few more intermediate level lines and how you would practice them and then apple them to a standard!

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