Horizontal improvisation (1/2): Connection of tonics

Matthew Simon
Jazz musician. Professor of Trumpet at Liceo Advanced Conservatory of Music of Barcelona. Professor of Trumpet at Catalonia College of Music (ESMUC) in Barcelona (Spain)

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Matthew shows us how to improvise easily in a horizontal way, that is, connecting chord tones of the piece that we are playing. In this case, the tonics.
Title

Horizontal improvisation (1/2): Connection of tonics

Recording place

Video lesson recorded in Tri-tò School of Music of Barcelona (Spain) in November of 2013
Duration

05:06

Language

English

Subtitles

Spanish

Difficulty

Elementary

Department

Jazz

Section

Jazz improvisation

Syllabus

Harmony

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