One of the most fun parts of playing a Jazz Standard is that you can make your own reharmonization and give it a personal fresh sound. And it is also great to not always sound the same as everybody else who has been playing the song for the last 60 years.
In this video, I am going to go over 5 examples of reharmonizations with a lot of different sounds and level by level becoming more and more exotic.
You can check these out and have a lot of ideas for your own arrangements and never sound predictable again.
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00:44 Level 1 – The Basic Changes
01:50 Level 2 – A few Tritones Subs and a Surprise
03:22 Level 3 – Attack of the Chromatic II Vs
04:27 Level 4 – Dysfunctional Harmony
06:08 Level 5 – The Aliens Stole My Lunch Money and gave them to John Coltrane
07:44 Searching for Beautiful Chord Progressions
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