Vertical improvisation (1/2): Types of basic chords

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 vertically, that is to say outlining the chords of the piece that we are playing. It's a great result and very easy to do.
Title

Vertical improvisation (1/2): Types of basic chords

Recording place

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

05:12

Language

English

Subtitles

Spanish

Difficulty

Elementary

Department

Jazz

Section

Jazz improvisation

Syllabus

Harmony

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