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Steven Isserlis’s cello masterclass on Schumann’s Fantasiestücke Op.73, recorded at the International Musicians’ Seminar, Prussia Cove. In this clip, Isserlis demonstrates how the use of vibrato can alter the phrasing of the melody in the first movement. The full 73-minute class is available to buy here:
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Texas Blues Alley·271 videos

creativeguitarstudio·389 videos

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Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question…

Q: I’ve been working with my guitar teacher on soloing. We are using simple two chord jams covering 8 beats in 4/4 time. My problem is that my lines are not really sounding very good. They don’t make much sense. Everything I play just sounds like twisting strands of detached notes. My teacher hasn’t been of much help, he just keeps telling me to play with more soul and feeling. This frustrates me even more, because that kind of remark comes across as a really empty comment to me. I wish I could come to Creative Guitar and study with you, but your studio is over a thousand miles away. My birthday is May 21st, and I’m getting a webcam and I will definitely be ordering a Skype lesson from you. I really hope you can read and maybe even answer my question! Thanks for all that you do on YouTube!
– Ian, Hamilton, ON. Canada

A: For most players – the early days of soloing and making improvised music on the guitar can feel like there’s a huge lack of musical sense. Some players I’ve taught here in the studio use blinding speed to cover this up, but this certainly doesn’t solve the problem either. I can remember many years back when I was studying with Scott Henderson at GIT, he said several times that Music is a language and the sentences of your music need to clarify the subject or topic. Without this, your music could come across as nonsense. So, in this video I’ll be covering a few tips to help Ian and others when during the practice of soloing problems occur leaving you with a feeling that your phrases don’t make sense.

The complete lesson article for this video will be available on the Creative Guitar Studio website shortly. Follow me on Twitter for lesson posting announcements:
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creativeguitarstudio·370 videos

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Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question…

Q: I’ve been working with my guitar teacher on soloing. We are using simple two chord jams covering 8 beats in 4/4 time. My problem is that my lines are not really sounding very good. They don’t make much sense. Everything I play just sounds like twisting strands of detached notes. My teacher hasn’t been of much help, he just keeps telling me to play with more soul and feeling. This frustrates me even more, because that kind of remark comes across as a really empty comment to me. I wish I could come to Creative Guitar and study with you, but your studio is over a thousand miles away. My birthday is May 21st, and I’m getting a webcam and I will definitely be ordering a Skype lesson from you. I really hope you can read and maybe even answer my question! Thanks for all that you do on YouTube!
– Ian, Hamilton, ON. Canada

A: For most players – the early days of soloing and making improvised music on the guitar can feel like there’s a huge lack of musical sense. Some players I’ve taught here in the studio use blinding speed to cover this up, but this certainly doesn’t solve the problem either. I can remember many years back when I was studying with Scott Henderson at GIT, he said several times that Music is a language and the sentences of your music need to clarify the subject or topic. Without this, your music could come across as nonsense. So, in this video I’ll be covering a few tips to help Ian and others when during the practice of soloing problems occur leaving you with a feeling that your phrases don’t make sense.

The complete lesson article for this video will be available on the Creative Guitar Studio website shortly. Follow me on Twitter for lesson posting announcements:
http://twitter.com/andrewwasson

danbohane·131 videos

The last beginners lesson. How to make a phrase sound like an question or an answer by intimating the pitch changes in human speech. In tthe ntermediate lessons to come we will look at the structure of 12 bar blues backing, reflecting 3rds, 5ths and 7ths in phrases. Handling turnaround sections learning the E major blues scale and playing above and below the minor blues scale.

http://www.danbohane.co.uk/lessons_th… for more excellent free lessons.

see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTL1cq… for next lesson in the series

Z0rkaz·212 videos

1981 – The Savoy Recordings
Richie Cole Alto Sax
John Handy Tenor, Alto Sax
Cedar Walton, Piano
Herbie Lewis B
Billy Higgins dr
Bobby Hutcherson Vibes

NOTE:  This is Part 1 of a series of Sonatas written for piano and a featured instrument.  It is my hope that you might come back to these for study of:  Musical FormSonata-Allegro FormMelodic Development,  Rhythm,  Theme and Variations and other forms & techniques.  Meanwhile, enjoy the Music!

epropuesta·39 videos

Watch the 2nd video: Andante tranquillo – Vivace ► http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7E2RY…

Watch the 3rd. video: Allegretto grazioso (quasi Andante) ► http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zI5kqj…

Anne-Sophie Mutter plays Johannes Brahms
Violin Sonata Nº 2 in A major, Op. 100
Allegro amabile
with Lambert Orkis
From the Bibliotheksaal Polling
Video Director: Agnes Méth

Noah Kellman·19 videos

A short instructional lesson video to help you learn how to sound like the great jazz pianist Oscar Peterson. For more tips and lessons, visit http://www.jazzpianoconcepts.com.

I offer live, online private lessons. Check it out at http://livelearner.me

Box 1 Phrasing Lesson

February 17, 2013

Box 2 Lesson    Box 3 Lesson     Box 4 Lesson

gr8bluesgtr·227 videos

http://www.steviesnacks.com – There are 3 simple notes inside of “Box 1” that can drastically improve your phrasing, and sweetness of your playing, when you know how to use them.