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Post Be-Bop Improv

August 23, 2015
Juampy Juarez
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Hello fellow students,

In this video lesson I teach how to improvise with a real modern approach, a style I call Post-Bebop Improv.

Post-Bebop was born from the likes of John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Ornette Coleman, Bill Evans, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock and George Russell. Usually when you change one thing in your solos everything begins to change in the band. This time we start talking about solos.

Using more augmented sounds belonging to Minor melodic, Minor harmonic and Major harmonic’s modes (these scales have the augmented triad inside widely used in modern Jazz both as solos and chords) and with big intervallic leaps, Post-Bebop became complex and hard to reach.

You will learn how to play with this whole new arsenal of colors, mixing them not only for soloing but also for composing. I apply these techniques over popular Jazz and Bossa Nova standards, even in blues progressions. Technical advices are covered, ads well as the theory behind these complex modes.

Kaleidoscope phrases will appear, using two or more ideas per chord or per mode.


Juampy Juarez

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