Don’t play lick’s – play music! A diatonic approach to chord notes.

Don’t play lick’s – play music!
A diatonic approach on how to use chord notes to play music.
How to get into the sound of a song using the chord notes.
The fast way to be able to play great melodies on a song. For a longer time I have worked with the diatonic chord scale relationship. Figuring out how you easily can play beautiful melodies on any tune. In this video I am explaining some of the important steps in this process. Im using the chord tones to play melodic lines over the jazz standard “I can’t give you anything but love”.

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Posted on 18 de octubre de 2019
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