‘I’ll Be Seeing You’ – jazz piano lesson – I tried to play in the more modern loose style – especially after the first rubato chorus – with the prepared bass and drums. There is a much clearer to read and in stereo version at www.bushgrafts.com. If you have a slow connection, or limited download capacity, I sell a DVD ()that has everything on it, as well as some extra transcriptions, backing tracks, enhanced versions of these Youtube videos. I have put a transcription of the piano part (in pdf format) on my instructional video – http If you want to see this or other videos in high quality video add straight after the existing URL &fmt=18
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Errol Garner – This chord melody for solo guitar is arranged and perfomed by me, Jeari. In this fingerstyle jazz standard you can hear a few of my influences like Lenny Breau, & George Benson. The full version of this track will be on my next Jazz Album, “Dear Leonardo”. To hear some of that new album visit me at: www.czaplamusic.com Thank you for stopping by to listening. For a transcription with Tab contact: www.czaplamusic.com
www.andrewwasson.com Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers questions from off of his Guitar Blog website… Q #1). I’ve recently started teaching guitar. Do you have any advice for new teachers on how to give a good learning curve to students, and any tips because I’m new at this. Greetings from Argentina. A: Definitely establish a curriculum and have hand-outs that you can supply. This will establish the best learning experience. And, a good tip is to advertise your services. Q #2). I am trying to practice improvising over chords in jazz standards and trying to keep an awareness of the chord tones of each chord as they rapidly pass by. Do you think am better off thinking of the degrees of the arpeggio or the actual notes? There seems to be benefits to visualizing all the notes at a finger position on the neck. However sometimes it seems easier to just find the F and then visualize where the 5, b3, and b7 are in relation.The note letter approach seems to make it easier to change positions on the neck. The arpeggio degree approach is easier because the same pattern can be used for 12 different chords.Which approach do you think would benefit me more? Mike Aliso Viejo, Ca. A: When I solo over changes I tend to mostly use intervals and I see the degrees of thirds or sevenths primarily. Notes play a role, however it is to a lesser extent than the intervals and geometrical shapes off of the chords. Q #3). I know my neck, but I don’t know how to name what I’m doing. I …
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The banjo D lick is usually played over a G chord, but it slides into the D note, which gives it it’s D lick name. Learn how to perform the banjo D lick with expert tips in this free banjo video. Expert: Josh Paul Bio: Josh Paul was born and raised in southern New Hampshire. Hes been playing folk and bluegrass on the banjo since he was 15. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
Hey, in this video I am going to show you how to play a bit of Jazz. I apologise sincerely for accidently having my piano transposed. I didn’t know it was in the wrong key untill after I recorded the video. I hope the video is still helpful in some way. Ben
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