How to Play an Improvised Jazz Solo with Gary Burton





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Published on Mar 21, 2012

Learn jazz improvisation online with Berklee and Gary Burton: http://berkonl.in/1O2zHU8

In this exclusive lesson with Berklee Online, renowned composer and jazz educator Gary Burton gives tips on how to improvise using the format of theme and variation.

About Berklee Online:
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About Gary Burton
Winner of six Grammy Awards (and 15 nominations), Gary Burton is recognized as one of the best improvisers in the jazz world and known as an inspiring educator. Burton codifies a sought-after "Berklee approach" that has been at the core of Berklee's jazz improvisation curriculum for decades.

About Gary Burton: Jazz Improvisation
Gary Burton: Jazz Improvisation begins with an overview of the mental processes that take place in improvisation and goes on to provide an explanation and understanding of harmony and melodic construction that is unique to improvising as compared to the performance of written music. You'll learn how to shape solos, use dynamics effectively, and employ reharmonization techniques, in addition to how to analyze and interpret songs, make effective performance decisions, and work successfully with an ensemble.

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