Building a jazz vocabulary: a resource for learning jazz improvisation
A valuable resource for learning the basics of jazz from Mike Steinel of the University of North Texas. It covers the basics of jazz, how to build effective solos, a comprehensive practice routine, and a jazz vocabulary of the masters.
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The Nature Of The Jazz Vocabulary
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Altered Dominant Aolian ballad basic cells basic seventh chords Bb Db Bb E Eb Bb Eb Bb Instruments Bebop Scales cells listed ch ch ch Chapter 3/Chords Charlie Parker chord symbols chord tones Chordal Vocabulary chromatic approach tones Chromatic Ornamentation chromatic scale common Db G Diminished 7th Dorian downbeats Eb F eighth notes Exercise Group fifth guide-tone melody half step Half Whole Diminished harmonic minor II-V7-I Study Progression II-V7-I Vocabulary/Group improvisors J J J jazz solos Jazz Vocabulary Jerry Coker John Coltrane Lydian major pentatonic Major Scale Melodic Examples melodic minor Michael Brecker Mixolydian Mode Harm musical musician Patterns Pentatonic Cells pentatonic scale phrases Phrygian players Practice all exercises practice progressions r r r r Retrograde Inversion rhythmic Root Progressions rotation scale cells style of Charlie style of John style of Michael Super Locrian target tones thirds tune twelve notes whole steps Woody Shaw