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John Coltrane

Aimee Nolte Sings John Coltrane's Mr. PC

Aimee Nolte Sings John Coltrane's Mr. PC

This was my video for Jam Of The Week on Facebook this week to celebrate one of my hero's birthdays...Mr. John Coltrane. I didn't have much time so I stopped and got a little crazy with this!

Discovering McCoy Tyner

Discovering McCoy Tyner

Using Mr. Tyner's playing from "My Favorite Things," this video looks at what a tempered, patient, calculated player he can be, and at the same time invent timeless melodies and demonstrate amazing technical prowess. I hope this video makes you an even bigger fan than you already were! Lesson available: Discovering McCoy Tyner worksheet

McCoy Tyner And Anticipatory Pentatonics

Mccoy Tyner And Anticipatory Pentatonics

On Coltrane's Untitled 11383 from the Both Directions At Once album, McCoy Tyner takes an epic solo that employs a technique I like to call "Anticipatory Pentatonics." Dive deep into my transcription and learn what makes McCoy Tyner one of the greatest pianist that has ever lived. Buy the album "Both Direction at Once - The Lost Album" here:

The Giant Steps Challenge

The Giant Steps Challenge

"Giant Steps" - In this video, we discuss how this marvelous John Coltrane composition is put together, what might have led to it's conception, how to really get it under your belt, how you can be a part of the Giant Steps Challenge, and start to improvise like a pro! To participate in the challenge (that has no prize, but is just for fun!) simply record a video of yourself singing the challenge, and post it on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook with the hashtag #AimeesGiantStepsChallenge so that we can all give you virtual high fives and encourage each other as well!

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Aimee Nolte performs in duos, trios, and big bands as a jazz pianist and singer. Live performances



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