Jazz Hanon No. 3 – Bebop Blues Workout │jazz Piano Lesson #21

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  1. PurpleNurpleTurtle

    05/29/2016 at 3:57 AM

    FINALLY! This is exactly what I was looking for! Thank you so much!

  2. Nick Vledder

    05/30/2016 at 9:53 AM

    Same for me! This is both relevant and very nice to hear/ play. Thx!

  3. Rafael Dias

    09/22/2016 at 5:39 AM

    Your job is amazing, tank you for sharing, God Bless you to help others. Where download this sheet music?

  4. Allocentric Tourist

    09/23/2016 at 2:30 PM

    This is great, keep up the good work:D

  5. Alberto Lorusso

    10/06/2016 at 9:34 PM

    Magnificent, de verdad ese tutorial esta super bien echo! Y ademas: motiva a seguir tocando!

    • David Magyel

      10/11/2016 at 10:28 PM

      Me alegro que te haya gustado. Buen ensayo!:)

  6. jakemf1

    11/25/2016 at 7:17 PM

    Killer! Please post more of this! Many of us know the theory but to build lines seems to be harder!

    • David Magyel

      11/26/2016 at 9:49 AM

      Yes, this channel is mainly for those who know all the theory, but still struggling to build lines, solos, solo piano arrangement. I am happy you found me 😉

    • jakemf1

      11/26/2016 at 6:57 PM

      I think many people have a lot of theory but lack the application! Like your altered lines why start on the note you did? How about why did you choose the mixolydian lines over the II V a more in depth explanation might help. I know you are busy and again thanks for your contribution 🙂

  7. CJ N

    01/10/2017 at 11:47 AM

    On the 2nd half of the first 4 bars you comped the D natural with the b9in the melody, I see it is Db on the sheet. I am not trying to knit pick, this is a great opportunity for me to ask – when you’re improvising, you should always match the left hand harmony with the line right? It sounds right and I am just curious because that would mean by comping only 3rd and 7th I would be safe to not step on my own toes regardless of how altered a scale is. However, I certainly hear the greats comping with more than that, so I suppose I need to be able to grab the left hand voicing that specifically lines up to the scale I am calling from. So would I need a different scale/left hand voicing and licks for 13 ,13b9, b13, fully altered, 13#11, 13b9#11, b9b13(natural 11) and so on? With out a doubt, different secondary dominant a seem to lend themselves to different alterations/extensions – That is what it seems but so much freaking work…please let me know how you deal with this concept. I’ve been working it out on my own quite a bit but I just want a firm basis of understanding before I construct licks and jam them into my subliminal so they can come out that fast.

    • David Magyel

      01/10/2017 at 12:13 PM

      The safest if you play 3-7 or Root and 7 in the left hand. Like this you can play whatever dominant scale with your right hand and it is not gonna clash with your alterations. but yeah, if you decide to play 3 or 4 notes rootless voicings, you always have to check what is happening in the melody. if you play b13 in the melody you play b13 with your left hand too, if you play b9 in the melody, try not to play natural 9 with your left hand.
      But I don’t have a certain left hand voicing for every single scale. That would be a too much stress 🙂

  8. AnthonyElsetinow

    02/17/2017 at 3:02 PM

    Found your station, very nice… where can I print out the music?

    • David Magyel

      02/17/2017 at 8:57 PM

      You can find the link in the description!:)

  9. anestizzle

    06/01/2017 at 11:24 AM

    Great lesson! Can you please add more ways to build bebop lines? These lessons are very helpful. Thanks so much!!

  10. animashaun oluwafemi

    06/05/2017 at 6:52 PM

    pls we need the music sheet

  11. Vasilis Vourvopoulos

    07/02/2017 at 7:10 AM

    Nice, but your score has some errors (3) 😉