Let's take my "point and sing" practice method and really stretch the limits of what is possible! I reserve the right to stretch even further in the future.
Aimee is quickly becoming a highly sought after educator in the jazz community, since launching her YouTube channel, Aimee Nolte Music. She spent a 10 day stint as an instructor for the renowned vocal coach David Braid's VocalizeU camp in Malibu during the summer of 2016 and has appeared as a featured artist/clinician/adjudicator at numerous jazz festivals around the country, including Univeristy Of Northern Michigan, Fullerton College, South Plains College, and The Hilton Head Jazz Camp. Aimee continues to teach clinics and master classes to students who want to learn to scat seeing like serious jazz musicians, and players who want to take their improvisation game to the next level.
Next- level piano exercises, for more than just your fingers. Getting your brain and your voice involved in your practice can make you a much deeper musician.
I'm improvising over 90 choruses of C minor blues, for your viewing an listening pleasure today! I hope you find some inspiration in it! Playing my Hallet Davis baby grand over an ireal Pro backing track.
Using the notes, F, Ab, Bb, C and Eb, and a little methodical practice and patience, let's learn how to play a quick run that we can use over at least 6 different chords! Pick up my new vocal improvisation course at www.musichabit.com
If you have been waiting for an improvisation course from me, here it is!
Hey scatters (and friends/parents/teachers/children of scatters...), Available this Thursday at www.MusicHabit.com a brand new class from vocalist/pianist Aimee Nolte!
02-27-2020 - 1h 30 min - Taking requests! Thanks for sharing, and liking!
From 3rds and 7s to 6 note powerful rootless voicings, I walk you through Sonny Rollins' Airegin and discuss ALL the possibilities. Thanks for sharing and liking!
Around the one and a half minute mark on the Oscar Peterson Trio recording of "C Jam Blues" on the Night Train album, Oscar Peterson turns the time around by using a very slick device...rhythmic displacement. Let's break it down and talk about this little nuance that adds to the genius of this pianist.