This week we are going to dive into a topic that many of you have been asking about. That topic is playing double time lines and we will use an example from one of the greatest trumpeters in history, Clifford Brown. We are looking at one of his lines over his composition, Joy Spring. This tune is the epitome of bebop with more key changes and ii-V-I’s than you could ever imagine. Our slice of his solo is small, in order to make this a task you can complete over the week. Enjoy the episode and remember to email me with any questions you might have!
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