Improvisation, June 2013

    In this lesson on improvisation, jazz pianist Peter Martin demonstrates how what we may perceive as “wrong” notes can be used in such a way that they sound “right.” Martin demonstrates using a major 3rd on the blues scale and a flatted 5th on the dominant scale, all within the context of a simple blues in F.

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