Category Abby

Abby 10/20/20

Scales: warm up with A and D then try Bb and Eb 3 octaves 2. Blue Bossa – Play melody, listen to the trumpet solo, then try to solo similarly. Use the melody and rhythms that help you keep track and try to add something to it. 3. 1231, 123455 swing bowing, 123155, 5321 4. […]

Abby 10/13

scales A major and D Major 3 octaves Blue Bossa https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7eOs5lERww Autumn Leaves scales and patterns 1231, 123455 swing bowing, 123155, 5321 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoxY_xPmJXg Listen to Song for my Father

Abby 10/5

Autumn Leaves -come in on beat 2. watch out for F#’s, solo and try mixing up patters 121 123 1235 Blue Bossa – Melody and solo. Try scales over the chords G Major Scale 3 octaves

Abby 9/29

Play G Major 3 oct, E Major Play each jazz tune, Melody then solo then melody. Try Scale then arpeggio; Arpeggio then Scale; 2 bars (plus a beat) then wait two bars

Abby 9/22/20

G major 3 octaves E Major Elbow out sooner and Thumb Blues scale Do Me Fa Fi Sol Te Do Try playing the chord root plus some blues scale notes Blues licks videos: Listen and try to copy. He is using a D Blues Scale, and starting on the note ‘A’ ( Sol ) . […]

Abby 9/15/20

Bb Major 3 oct and Eb Major 3 octave Elbow out sooner and Thumb Mr. PC Blues scale Do Me Fa Fi Sol Te Do Sol Fa Me Do (lick) Blues licks videos: Listen and try to copy. He is using a D Blues Scale, and starting on the note ‘A’ ( Sol ) . […]

Abby 9/1

A Major 3 octaves and D Major 3 Octaves 2. Rhythms over “Mack the Knife” add rests anywhere Lock in with drummer (say rhythm and snap) Play rhythms 3. Mr PC

Abby 8/25

1) D Major 2 oct. Ab Major 3 octaves 2) Rhythm Patterns over Fly me to the moon 3) new song: Mack the Knife https://www.learnjazzstandards.com/jazz-standards/mack-the-knife/

Abby 8/18

Ab Major 3 octave scale Fly me to the moon with Passing tones Neighbor tones Slides combine 1, 2 and 3 Blues inversions over the recording

Abby 8/11

Doxy Composition Write a part in musescore using a pattern Fly me to the moon Written out blues inversions