When you are comping Jazz songs then it is good to also change the textures you play, not always full chords but also fills and small polyphonic ideas. In this lesson, I am going to show you how to use intervals and counterpoint as a way of comping and as a way to add a new sound to the way you play chords. It will help you when you are comping but will also be great in a solo or in a chord melody arrangement.
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00:50 From Real Jazz Comping to Improvised Chords
01:25 Reducing the Voicings – Example #1
02:12 Reducing the Voicings – Example #2
03:03 Intervals for fills and Block Harmony
05:05 How to practice and explore the neck for this type of playing
07:29 6th intervals and a Pentatonic trick
09:14 Harmonized Arpeggios and more Pentatonic Chord Patterns
10:44 Polyphonic Call-Response
11:20 3-Note Voicings
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