Jazz Solos
mariemusic
Sep 25 2009, 11:21 PM
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I will like to see Jazz Solos (Autumn Leaves, Summer time, Dolphin, BLue Bossa, Charlie PArker, Stanley Jordan, Miles, etc.....

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Pedja Simovic
Sep 25 2009, 11:34 PM
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I like your idea Marie smile.gif
I don't know what are the rules on that as it is copyrighted material. There would probably be no guitar pro or score provided and it would have to be done via movable dot on guitar neck. Check out our famous popular songs, something using that technique would have to be done. I think beauty of Jazz solos lies in melody vs harmony relationship as well as phrasing. So if you don't have a score (in this case Guitar pro file) then it makes it a lot harder to understand why Charlie Parker did what he did over certain chord progressions. Hope that makes sense smile.gif

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QUOTE (Pedja Simovic @ Sep 25 2009, 10:34 PM) *
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I don't know what are the rules on that as it is copyrighted material. ...


Probably the same as for other copy righted material IMHO.

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Pedja Simovic
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Probably the same as for other copy righted material IMHO.


Just what I mentioned later in the post. Guitar graph with movable dot would be the only solution for those solos...

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mariemusic
Sep 26 2009, 12:40 AM
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Maybe the administrators of GMC can told us if its possible?

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I see in this thread we are going to be licensing some commercial songs. Maybe at the same time we can see about licensing songs for lessons not based on any particular recording.

Autumn Leaves is one of my all time favorites, and I love watching Pedja's video of Blue Bossa.

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Well, it can be done easily with moving dots, I think doing some jazz standards is definitely something that we should do soon. I'll try to do Miles's "So What" if I have the time.

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I dont know about copyright in other countries, but a lot of these songs is so old that maybe there is no copyright???
Anyway, the solo parts are the most interesting in these, what about copyright on solos? I dont think there really are a copyright on solos, but i dont know. More jazz is definitely a good idea at this site, and Im still searching for lessons in the style of Scofield, Metheny, Frisell, Alan Holdworth and other modern players.

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QUOTE (Ivan Milenkovic @ Sep 26 2009, 05:18 PM) *
Well, it can be done easily with moving dots, I think doing some jazz standards is definitely something that we should do soon. I'll try to do Miles's "So What" if I have the time.


I love that tune, and i'm working on it right now. It'd be great to see you do that.

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Pedja Simovic
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QUOTE (Staffy @ Sep 26 2009, 05:27 PM) *
I dont know about copyright in other countries, but a lot of these songs is so old that maybe there is no copyright???
Anyway, the solo parts are the most interesting in these, what about copyright on solos? I dont think there really are a copyright on solos, but i dont know. More jazz is definitely a good idea at this site, and Im still searching for lessons in the style of Scofield, Metheny, Frisell, Alan Holdworth and other modern players.

//Staffay


I am expecting response from staff regarding everything. Will be more than glad to cover jazz standards and some solos. I could do my own improvisations or existing solos. Be bop is one of my main jazz styles (traditional jazz) but we could discuss in future some contemporary solos in style of Michael Brecker or Pat Metheny etc.


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mariemusic
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Thats great! i thinks GMC have a lot of rock style and we need (jazz players) more attention LOL joking...

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Blue Bossa would be great for lesson! It's has good melody and not-so-complicated harmony from which lot can be learned.

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