Improve your jazz improvisation by learning the bebop scales on your chromatic harmonica. Topics include the Major, Minor and Dominant bebop scales.
Watch the full lesson at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/allthethingsyouare
Regardless of where you are on your journey as a chromatic harmonica player, here is a practical way to improve your jazz improvisation . Quickly. Through these 15 simple exercises on All The Things You Are. Topics: Pivot Technique, Arpeggios, Modes, Guide Tones and Patterns.
I think pattern learning is an important part of learning how to play jazz, it’s useful to have a few idiomatic phrases to buildup your jazz vocabulary and it’s a great material to practice and develop your skills. That’s why I’m going to show you how to play twenty carefully selected jazz patterns on chromatic harmonica. These patterns are very much inspired by my heroes such as Charlie Parker, Toots Thielemans, Kenny Dorham and John Coltrane among other greats. Now grab your harmonica and let’s dig into these jazz patterns!
In this lesson I will walk you through 16 exercises on Bluesette by Toots Thielemans. I’ll explain jazz improvisation techniques such as guide tones, arpeggios, patterns and how to apply them in a musical context. Musician: Felix Lemerle on guitar and Yvonnick Prene on chromatic harmonica. Filmed in New York City.
This video is a learning tool and practice guide for all skill level chromatic harmonica players seeking to learn the 12 major scales and improve instrument fundamentals and technique.
In this course you’ll learn how to play the melodic minor scales in all 12 keys.
This scale is often used by Toots Thielemans and every major jazz harmonica players to color there solos on modal and minor tunes.