JckDupp

Recorded: Oakland Auditorium, Oakland , California June 27, 1953

Personnel:
Oscar Pettiford – Cello
Harry Babasin – Cello
Arnold Ross – Piano
Joe Comfort – Bass
Alvin Stoller- Drums

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LEGENDS OF JAZZ

Robert Cray performing “My Last Regret” from the LEGENDS OF JAZZ episode Roots: The Blues

palanzana

Jazz Trumpet Scales

August 8, 2014

Trumpet Scales: C Major, its modes, pentatonics and associated blues scale  –   Jon Harnum

Jon Harnum

Trumpet Lesson: Bb concert Blues Scale and Improv 

Zach Buie

Trumpet Scales: F Major, its modes, relative minor, pentatonics and associated blues scale 

Jon Harnum

SuzDoyleMusic

Learn how to Sing it, Swing it or Wing it! by scatting (making up melodies) using notes of the blues scale. For singers or instrumentalists. Presented by Suzannah Doyle. http://www.suzdoyle.com/

HPCrazy

Here I explain the advanced blues improvisation concept using the mixolydian mode beside the minor pentatonic. I am playing a standard blues form :

A / A / A / A
D / D / A / A
E / D / A / E

The scales you can use are :

A : A minor pentatonic / A mixolydian mode
D : A minor pentatonic / D mixolydian mode
E : A minor pentatonic / E mixolydian mode

Download the jamtrack here : https://itunes.apple.com/album/slow-s…
To follow this tutoial it is strongly recommended that you first check the basic improvisation concept tutorial : http://youtu.be/7yAzhfWjHTA

ArtistsHouseMusic

In this clip from http://www.artistshousemusic.org – Blues pianist and songwriter Jon Cleary delivers a seminar in the history and tradition of the New Orleans blues piano style to an audience at Loyola University, New Orleans. He discusses major figures like James Booker, Professor Longhair and Jelly Roll Morton, and places their work in the larger context of the musical traditions of the Caribbean rim. He also shares his thoughts on songwriting technique, on managing your copyrights, and on collaborating in the studio with “name” artists.

New England Conservatory

Ken Schaphorst leads the NEC Jazz Orchestra in a performance of music by composer/pianist Randy Weston, during an April 2013 residency. Mr Weston coached the Jazz Orchestra for this performance, and sat in with the band frequently during this concert, as well as for this rollicking solo performance.

ArtistsHouseMusic·2,373 videos

In this clip from http://www.artistshousemusic.org – Blues pianist and songwriter Jon Cleary delivers a seminar in the history and tradition of the New Orleans blues piano style to an audience at Loyola University, New Orleans. He discusses major figures like James Booker, Professor Longhair and Jelly Roll Morton, and places their work in the larger context of the musical traditions of the Caribbean rim. He also shares his thoughts on songwriting technique, on managing your copyrights, and on collaborating in the studio with “name” artists.

Bill Hilton·120 videos

Froniwo·33 videos

 

Sax Casts·86 videos

Visit http://www.activemelody.com and look for EP042 to download the jam track that is referenced throughout this video. Also available is the tablature for the 3 licks.

In this blues guitar lesson I will concentrate on only 6 notes in the minor pentatonic scale, and show you several ways that you can construct meaningful guitar solos from those 6 notes. I’ll show you 3 specific licks (created from those 6 notes).

If you like this guitar lesson, I have lots more just like this one at http://www.activemelody.com

Guitar Control·724 videos

Getting pumped for the new blues guitar
course that comes out in 2 short weeks!

Our new teacher is blues ace Brooks Hubbert.

Brooks has played and opened for musicians
from groups as diverse as Tower of Power, Dick Dale,
Steel Pulse, the Pixies, Stevie Wonder, and more…

For more info please go to http://www.guitarcontrol.com/blog

Paul Barton·426 videos

Please read the description for more information about the content of this video.

More videos: “Music for Elephants” http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…

Watch Peter the elephant descover/play the clarinet: http://youtu.be/4iyxUK_e5nU

Light-heated musical mayhem when Peter the elephant joins in a 12 bar blues on piano with his trunk — entirely of his own accord.

I’ve noticed elephants, such as Peter have moods at different times of day. Usually in the cooler early evening before nightfall (In Thailand) they are in a more relaxed and potentially playful mood.

Peter the elephant lives at http://www.elephantstay.com Thailand.

ArtistsHouseMusic·2,360 videos

In this clip from http://www.artistshousemusic.org – Legendary blues guitarist Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown visits Loyola University, New Orleans to play a concert showcasing his unique blend of blues, country and Louisiana funk and Cajun, as part of a master class in playing music. He also takes some time to explain his approach to writing and playing music to the student audience.