In this introduction video, Emily Remler plays an opening song.
Emily kicks things off with the Bossa Nova examples.
Emily discusses her use of "approach notes."
In this video, Emily shows how she plays through the chord progressions.
Emily shows the first type of dominant chord scales.
Next up, Emily shows how she uses Arpeggios in her playing.
Emily shares some practice ideas.
In this video, Emily shows the second type of dominant chord scales.
Emily shows II V progressions.
In this video, Emily shows eighth note lines.
Emily gives her final thoughts and performs one last song.
This hour-long video lesson with the late Emily Remler covers some of latin jazz guitar's most important topics, such as true bossa nova style, samba rhythms, unique chord positions, alternating bass lines, syncopated guitar parts, passing chords, jazz minor scales, arpeggio licks, learning to put various scales over certain chords, eighth-note improvisation, II-V progressions and V-I resolutions. This is truly a jazz master class!
If you're not familiar with Emily Remler, she was one of the hottest jazz players to come around in a long time. She recorded four solo albums (Firefly, Take Two, Transition, and Catwalk) and a duet album with Larry Coryell (Together). She toured with Astrud Gilberto, collaborated with Pat Martino, worked on movie scores and played guitar in the Broadway hit Sophisticated Ladies.
Watch, see and hear why Emily was considered by many to be one of Jazz guitar's greats!
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