II V I LICKS SAXOPHONE PDF DOWNLOAD
is perhaps the largest collection of licks from jazz giants such as Charlie Parker I'm looking for ii V I phrases for the alto sax. We focus on two licks: the ii V I and the I vi ii V and see how great musicians are way a saxophonist like John Coltrane may play over the same progression. Learn 2 Famous ii V I Licks from jazz legends Joe Pass and Harold Land. Free sheet music of the licks and recorded examples. Suitable for any g: saxophone | Must include: saxophone.
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Great Jazz Licks over the I-iv-ii-V and ii-V-I
Although we have looked at two progressions, the ii V I is part ii v i licks saxophone the I vi ii V as it will often resolve back to a tonic chord anyway. This means that you can pull from both these progressions and adapt licks to fit.
When practicing the transcribed licks, make sure to listen to the original recording. This is because we are not just learning a bunch of notes, the goal of transcription is to emulate the feel, tone, ii v i licks saxophone, and volume of each note to recreate the lick as perfect as possible.
Jazz improvisation is based on the feeling of the lines--not just the note choice. Notice there are three main points in this line, its starts on a Bb and runs down to the lower octave Bb, then resolves to the tonic.
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This gives us the 5th of the Eb, the 11th of the Fm7 this is called an extensionand then of course the tonic of the key Eb. When learning this line, focus on the groove and feel, try to emulate the way the line swings and the articulation, this is what gives it such a wonderful sound.
One way we can learn from this lick is by visually looking at the arch of the notation. Notice how the line moves up and down ii v i licks saxophone.
Internalize the music better. Gain flexibility in keys you may be uncomfortable with. Play through each one, and try to get the feel for them.
If you find one you like in particular, hone in on that one. You can also do this in 5ths; C, G, D, etc. I would say chord tones- especially 3rds.
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Charlie Parker is real good as well even when you play them at human speeds. Check out this link from Tim Price. I never learned ii-V licks because I never found them to be pratical.
I mean I never found it satisfying to play exactly what someone else had played. They are good practice to learn fingering licks in more difficult keys but not to play creatively. Very often keyboard players and guitarists will try to voice chords so that there are ii v i licks saxophone transitions from one note to the next.
Note that although the C actually falls on the second half of beat four, anticipations in jazz usually take the harmony of the chord on the beat which they anticipate.
In the next one the scale run down from B lands nicely on the 3rd of the C chord.
You can actually split this down into two areas rather than three and think of the IIm7-V7 almost as one chord.