Friday, May 3, 2013

Modern Jazz Line #20 - Evolution of a Jazz Line

We reached a milestone of 3000+ subscribers at this week!  Thank you so much for your shares, favorites, "likes" and everything in between.  Here's to doubling the number in the coming year.  I am so excited to be sharing all of my exercises with you!  Here are 20 Modern Jazz Lines squeezed in to one lesson to say "thanks" for all your support.  Enjoy.

I hope you enjoyed watching the first 10 lessons from my Modern Jazz Line series.  In these jazz lessons I covered how to become a better improvisor using the ii-V-I progression as a guide.  The next Modern Jazz Line videos will cover the tri-tone substitution used in the context of a basic ii-V-I progression (see example below).  If you haven't read or watched my explanation of the tri-tone substitution you may want to check it out before continuing with the lesson below.

Sheet Music for this lesson:  Modern Jazz Line #20.pdf

You can find a complete list of my jazz piano lessons here and watch the playlist for either Modern Jazz Lines #1-10 or Modern Jazz Lines #11-20.

Introduction to the Tri-Tone Substitution: The Tri-Tone Substitution

Modern Jazz Line #20: +19 other lines!

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