Bebop Arpeggios Lesson 3

by Ramiro Delforte

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  • Hi GMC! This is the final lesson of the series that explains how to embellish an arpeggio in Bebop style. In the previous lessons we had seen how to approximate all the chord tones with chromatic from below and diatonic from above. This last lesson combines all the approximation notes to create that original sound that Bebop players like Charlie Parker uses. Also is a type of embellishment that traditional jazz players (after Bebop) use.

    The progression still the same of previous lessons: Am7- D7- Gmaj7 – F#m7 – B7 – Emaj7 – Ebm7 – Ab7 – C#m7 (Dbm7)- F#7 – Bmaj7

    I hope you have fun doing the lesson!


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