The essence of playing music must be to play musical lines.
Knowing and being able to hear what sounds great and put this in a melodic context.
Using a few guidelines like thinking in melodic shapes will help you to always think and play musical lines.
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LESSON TRANSCRIPTION CONTENT:
50+ pages full exercises and licks
-Melodic shape II-V-I licks
-Scale exercises on melodic shapes
-all exercises and licks are transposed to all 12 keys
+ all lesson examples are transposed to the Tenor, Alto and Concert keys.
In this tutorial
00:00 Amazing Jazz Skill Boost with Melodic Shapes
00:28 melodic shapes
01:18 Being with intervals
02:11 The Best Melodic Shapes
02:48 Arpeggios as melodic shapes
03:15 Melodic shape technique practice
04:22 Alterations and melodic shapes
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