The Beatles hit Here There and Everywhere is a masterpiece of popular music. Paul McCartney captured so much about life and love and dreams and hope as he used melody and harmony to bring this classic into the world Much thanks to Rogério who asked me to make this video.
Listen hard and tap into your deep musicianship, just like Rosana Eckert (from University of North Texas) and I did in this video as you watch us push each other in these intense ear training challenges. Intervals, chord colors, harmonies, jazz improvisations, and music theory for DAYS. Watch the extended cut on Nebula (and without ads ) here: https://nebula.tv/aimeenolte
John Lennon's (Just Like) Starting Over is a masterpiece in melody and harmony. He wrote it as a tribute to his heroes like Elvis, Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison, but it's much more intricate and deep than you might realize after hearing it played on the radio. Let's explore the music theory and beauty of this song.
Watch on Nebula (no ads or annoying song cuts) here: https://nebula.tv/aimeenolte
Ever wonder what the MAIN THING is about the songs that you love? Is it the chords? Is it the rhythm? The groove? Yeah...it's just a joke. I'm very sorry. :P
See the follow up, more in-depth video exclusively on Nebula now! https://nebula.tv/videos/aimeenolte-u... At least one secret, anyway! Upper structure triads are the best way I know to convey a huge amount of information in a very concise way. Jazz harmony might just become much more manageable for you if you try understanding it in this way. See if it works for you! Sign up for my Nebula Class here: https://nebulaclasses.com/aimeenolte
I LOVE songs that start on the IV chord! They are so compelling and interesting and I want to talk about so many of the ones that I adore with you now! From Paul McCartney to Louis Armstrong - let's do this!
Watch your jazz piano playing come to LIFE when you add stacks of 4ths!
Throughout the Get Back footage, we hear The Beatles play and sing 46+ songs by their musical heroes. Let's dive in and discover how The Fab Four were influenced by the music they knew and how it affected the music they made together.
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