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The 10 Minute Jazz Lesson Podcast
The 10 Minute Jazz Lesson Podcast
Weekly jazz lessons and advice packaged into a short, informative session. Lessons are designed for everyone from beginner to advanced musicians.
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4.7 stars from 144 ratings
This is a great weekly resource with some excellent thoughts, ideas, riffs and exercises. The short time frame makes it easy to keep up with episodes and there's now a huge back catalogue to look at if you have extra time. The content is worthwhile for all instruments. It is a bit more...Read full review »
Cobbyco via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/27/20
mr saxman54
I have really started using Nick's info and it is bringing me back to how I played years ago. certainly need to do much more because i have a long way to go. even if i don't play with an episode just listening to the info is educational. I just recently listened to the episode about his...Read full review »
jdm54 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/07/20
Really happy to have signed up on Patreon. I’ve been playing for 30 years as a decent amateur, but now (at last!) I want to get serious. I have a crazy amount of back podcasts to get through but my playing (alto/tenor saxes) is definitely getting more stylish. Easy listening, well structured and...Read full review »
ostpark67 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/21/20
Recent Episodes
This episode culminates our work on using blues phrasing in places we may not have thought of in the past. So far we have discussed using the blues on the ii-V progression, the iii-VI-ii-V progression, and we have looked at some amazing examples of legendary musicians using these techniques. Now...
Published 09/25/20
This week we take a look at some real life examples of the concepts we have been studying all week. We have lines and lessons from Hank Mobley, Sonny Stitt, and Clifford Brown that illustrate how powerful blues lines can be when used in the right place, in the right way. Enjoy the episode and...
Published 09/18/20
This week is the natural extension of last weeks episode. We covered how to use the blues over a ii-V-I, now we also check out how the same concept can work over a cadence with more chords and motion. We look at this progressions from two different angles resulting in wildly different results so...
Published 09/11/20
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