The Most Important Scale In Jazz

The Most Important Scale In Jazz
There are a lot of scales in jazz but clearly one scale is the most important to know in all aspects.
Showing you exercises and licks in how you can make this scale sound like real jazz.

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In this tutorial
00:00 The Most Important Scale In Jazz
01:10 What Charlie Parker Tells Us On Practicing Scales
01:56 What You Practice You Learn
02:45 Chord Inversions
03:30 Add The Scale Into Phrases
04:10 Diatonic Enclosure
05:01 Barry Harris – Rhythmic Speed Change
05:39 Add Chromatic Approach Notes
06:28 The Pivot Is The Jazz Sound
07:21 Do you like my videos – support me on Patreon

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