Just wanted to pass on a quick recommendation of jazztrumpetlicks. Yes, I know, it's a trumpet site; well, we can learn from players of all instruments, and there are some very cool ideas here in "lick" form. I'm not a big licks player, but some of these are really useful for opening up ideas about how to use different scales in a jazz context.
He's sold well over 70 million records in his illustrious career. Austrian composer Hans Erich Apostel. Complex rhythmically, dynamically, and stylistically.
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This morning I filled in for one of the trumpet players in a local Worship Band. To say it was a challenge would be understating the situation. On the drive home I mulled in my mind why I was uncomfortable playing funk rhythms and soon the reason came to me.
Learning jazz language can happen in a lot of different ways. Listening to jazz, learning solos by ear, or learning jazz standards. But if you want some quick and helpful rewards for your time investment, learning licks is a great way to go.
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Solo at Sec. Charles Porter shows a greate Dizzy Gillespie lick Lots of fun. Exercise can be played on any scale you are worling on.