Improvising over Coltrane changes (2/2)

Chris Kase
Jazz musician. Professor of Trumpet at Musikene Advanced School of Music of the Basque Country. Professor of Trumpet at Alfonso X el Sabio University (Spain)

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Coltrane used some very unusual harmonies: the so-called Three-Tonic and Multi-Tonic systems, which allow several notes to behave as a tonic at the same time. How do you improvise during these cases? Well, that's what Chris teaches throughout these two video lessons. This is the second part.
Title

Improvising over Coltrane changes (2/2)

Recording place

Video lesson recorded in Armonia Music School of Tres Cantos, Madrid (Spain) in January of 2016
Duration

07:47

Language

English

Subtitles

(n/a)

Difficulty

Advanced

Department

Jazz

Section

Jazz improvisation

Syllabus

Harmony, Coltrane

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