Get Nebula using my link for 40% off an annual subscription:Watch my Nebula Class Everything I Know About Chords (Part 2): Sign up and the extended cut of this video, Parts 1 and 2 of Everything I Know About Chords, My "Creating Meaningful Motifs For Jazz Improv" Class, "Adam and Aimee Play The Blues", and the ENTIRE Nebula platform - it's like Youtube, but for educational content only - and I always put extra material there (bonus videos you won't see on Youtube and extended cuts of my Youtube videos)
Play piano to this classic Grover Washington/Bill Withers classic just like a pro when you learn 4 levels of chord voicings that work with and without a bass player!
Get Nebula using my link for 40% off an annual subscription: Sign up and get this course, the pdf that comes with it (it will be in the description of the video on Nebula), part 1 of Everything I Know About Chords, My "Creating Meaningful Motifs For Jazz Improv" Class, "Adam and Aimee Play The Blues", and the ENTIRE Nebula platform - it's like Youtube, but for educational content only - and I always put extra material there (bonus videos you won't see on Youtube and extended cuts of my Youtube videos) IF YOU ALREADY HAVE NEBULA, YOU DONT NEED TO DO A THING :)
From stride piano right hand technique to how to find your own unique voice as an improviser to Adam Neely's coffee habits, find all your answers your jazz piano-type questions here in my q and a video
Gerry Mulligan was such a master at jazz improvisation that he didn't need a piano or guitar in his quartets! He played so well, when you listen to those recordings, you never miss the comping instrument! Let's explore his career and talents from Birth of The Cool to his small group arranging!
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Islands in the Stream, written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb was a huge hit for Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton! It has one element that I think is largely the reason for the song's success (among many other reasons, of course) but let's see if you agree!
Carole King recorded many of her own compositions and had hits with them, but do you know these songs that she wrote for OTHER ARTISTS? Let's look at 10 of them...and really I've only scratched the surface! The Drifters, The Carpenters, Herman's Hermits, Aretha Franklin and so many more! Let's take a closer look at these 10 songs and see why Carole King is one of the greatest songwriters to ever live.
Sign up for Nebula now and get ad free, bonus content as well as access to all my classes. Select your plan - and for a limited time, you have the option of choosing a LIFETIME plan for $250! https://go.nebula.tv/aimeenolte - A really effective composing device is to start with minor 6 (vi) and move to the major 1 (I) within the course of the song. It can really change the mood and captivate as well as motivate the listener! Knowledge of music theory puts power in your hands as a musician.
Much thanks to my Facebook followers for letting me know a bunch of great themes that I may have missed otherwise! I love TV theme songs so much! There's a level of nostalgia that comes with hearing them that isn't reached in other parts of music, I think. I wanted to take a walk through their evolution and weigh in on how I see them/hear them and which are my favorites!
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