If you think that Jazz is sort of cool music to have in the background, chill, anything that is sort of a good relaxation type music. Music to drink your glass of wine with, or romantic music ~ that’s all cool. But I want to tell you there is another whole way of listening to Jazz.
If you’ve ever been at a Jazz club and have not known what you’re supposed to be listening for, that is what this series is supposed to be about.
Welcome back to the second episode of Active Listing In Jazz for Non-Musicians by Dan Alder.
If you have been curious about Jazz, I hope this helps you become a more active listener. If you are a Jazz musician, I hope you will share this with your friends and family.
Welcome back to the third episode of Active Listing In Jazz for Non-Musicians by Dan Alder. Each solo has its own micro-structure. So the structure of a solo we will try to look at in this episode.
Welcome to Episode 4 of Active Listening In Jazz For Non-Musicians. Now we’re going to talk about the 16 bar form or 32 depending on how you count the bars
Hello everyone and welcome to Episode 5) of Active Listening in Jazz. My name is Dan Adler and today we’re going to start to unlock the story of how melody and harmony are interrelated in Jazz.
Jazz improvisation as a full-body experience. The theme of our 6th episode is ‘as an Active Listener what is required of you?’
In this episode of Active Listening in Jazz we want to talk about Jazz rhythm and the role of the rhythm section within the Jazz ensemble.
Sometimes Jazz musicians will take a little germ of a musical idea ~ a motif. And keep developing it. Morphing it. Repeating it.