Latino Party in D Minor

by Sinisa Cekic

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  • Hi GMCers !

    If you look at my lesson how to play syncopated rhythm, this lesson is a kind of continuation and this time I will try to present a syncopated solo section.

    Latino music is full of picturesque rhythms and perfect for this demonstration.
    The point is more meaningful if it is included - unison playing.
    Unisono- more instruments playing synchronized the same line at the same time.


    This kind of playing sometimes emphasize offbeat tones, which in combination with other unis instruments provides a very effective exploding lines.

    Musicians such as Al Di Meola, Chuck Corea and others, mostly fusion musicians, know the advantages of this way of playing,and If you listen to that kind of music then you know what I'm talking about.
    But, in other hand it's a "double-edged sword"

    Imagine a situation where the whole band playing UNIS line and one of them, for example - the bassist, went to the wrong beat.....disaster! Of course, he will automatically turn around and point to the drummer! Logically, the others in the band will look in the same direction and....You see - what the power of suggestion is ! :)

    Ok,let's practice :

    4/4,90bpm
    chord progression/ Dm.Bb,A7,Em,Gm
    Scale used- D minor(natural) and D minor harmonic(ascending)

    GP file,tabs and backing tracks included !

    Have fun!



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