Oriental Jazz

by Vasilije Vukmirovic

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  • Hi GMC!

    This is a piece based on chord progression that is actually more “flamenco”, but can be also used to create oriental atmosphere, both progression and scales used are typical for Al di Meola! We basically have two chords, B7 and C major, though various improvisational solutions can be applied, like, in the need of the tune I play F# min7-5 over C, which demonstrates how you’re never limited by harmony even if it’s major keys, or two-chord progressions. When you improvise over this chords try to use E minor scales, without C tone(6th degree in scale), and also try to use B7 arpeggio with added E tone!

    Regards!
    Vasilije Vukmirovic

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