Everybody can play a Cmaj7 arpeggio, but not everybody can do it like Charlie Parker.
Knowing and using arpeggios is a part of jazz, but there are a lot of ways to create great melodies with them. In this video I am going to go over 5 ways that Charlie Parker uses arpeggios in his solos. If there is one place you want to learn this then it is probably the father of Bebop.
An you do want to have some ideas that are not just running up and down the arpeggio or up the arpeggio down the scale which is exactly what this video can show you.
We often forget that a the difficult part is not what notes to play over a chord, it is how t play them. For me this is something that I have learned from transcribing and analyzing solos like I am doing in this video.
How to learn from Charlie Parker
This video is covering the 5 ways that Parker played arpeggios, taken from his solos and then I discuss how you can put that to use in your own playing with examples where I have made Jazz Licks using the same techniques with arpeggios.
Content of the video:
0:29 It’s about how you play the arpeggio not what notes are in it
1:05 #1 The Bebop Arpeggio
1:28 What is the Bebop Arpeggio and How To Practice it
2:32 How You can use The Bebop Arpeggio in your solos
3:06 #2 Honeysuckle Rose Arpeggio
4:11 Two Ways to use the Honeysuckle Rose Arpeggio
5:27 #3 Melodic Trail off
6:45 Using Melodic off in a II V I lick
7:27 #4 Voice-Leading Arpeggios
8:44 How To Use this principle in your own lines
9:27 #5 Rhythmic Displacement
9:50 How Charlie Parker sets up the Rhythmic idea
12:03 Explaining the Poly-rhythm
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