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Jonny May

Learn 7 techniques to accompany a singer or instrumentalist on a jazz swing tune. We’ll cover the the basic chords, rootless voicings, walking bass lines, quartal voicings, stride, and re-harmonization.

Course Objectives
  • Learn the lead sheet for "Days I Remember" and review root position chords
  • Play rootless voicings with single bass notes
  • Master 3 walking bass approaches
  • Explore quartal voicing and stride
  • Apply tritone substitution to reharmonize
Learning Focus
  • Accompanying
  • Basslines
  • Chords
  • Groove
  • Lead Sheets
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