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Emily Remler - Bebop and Swing Guitar

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    Introduction

    In this first video, Jazz guitarist Emily Remler welcomes you to the course and discusses what you will learn.

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    Rhythm (examples 1-3)

    Emily discusses using a metronome, plays the song "Summertime," and playing solo.

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    Guide Tones (examples 4-9)

    In this video, Emily explains the use of guide tones.

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    Developing Swing (example 10)

    Emily shows how to develop swing in your playing.

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    Octaves (examples 11-13)

    This video is all about octaves. Emily shows how she uses octaves in her playing.

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    Right-Hand Technique

    Emily shows her right-hand technique.

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    Transcriptions & Developing Your Style (example 14)

    In this final video, Emily talks about transcriptions and how to develop your own style.

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This is your opportunity to learn with one of jazz guitar's most gifted artists, the late Emily Remler. All of the essentials of true jazz bebop and swing are taught here, including Wes Montgomery and Pat Martino styles, working with the metronome on 2 and 4, learning to identify changes, jazz-style blues, turnarounds, practice tips, passing notes and chords, chord substitutions, the “Charleston” rhythm, octave-style playing, Latin swing style, and much more!

Emily Remler 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.


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Demistar
Submitted 1 week ago

Getting the Basics Right

Emily goes right the essence of what you need to think about and practice to get the basics right; and always, make it fun. Sadly missed x


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Demistar
Submitted 1 week ago

Getting the Basics Right

Emily goes right the essence of what you need to think about and practice to get the basics right; and always, make it fun. Sadly missed x

Ease of Use
 
 
 
 
 
Quality of Videos
 
 
 
 
 
Value of Training
 
 
 
 
 
Access to Videos
 
 
 
 
 

Emily Remler was an incredible jazz guitarist known for her amazing feel, technique, and mastery of traditional bebop language. During her lifetime she was considered to be one of the top guitarists in the lineage of Charlie Christian and Wes Montgomery. She played with many luminaries including Ray Brown, Eddie Gomez, Larry Coryell, and Nancy Wilson.

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    Emily Remler - Bebop and Swing Guitar

    This is your opportunity to learn with one of jazz guitar's most gifted artists, the late Emily Remler. All of the essentials of true jazz bebop and swing are taught here, including Wes Montgomery and Pat Martino styles, working with the metronome on 2 and 4, learning to identify changes, jazz-style blues, turnarounds, practice tips, passing notes and chords, chord substitutions, the “Charleston” rhythm, octave-style playing, Latin swing style, and much more!

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Emily Remler - Bebop and Swing Guitar is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1 .
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Getting the Basics Right Emily goes right the essence of what you need to think about and practice to get the basics right; and always, make it fun. Sadly missed x
Date published: 2020-11-20
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