In part one (1 of 2) of this “harmonic improvisation” saxophone lesson, acclaimed saxophonist Doug Webb shows you how to improvise musically through changes without patterns and licks. Doug discusses and demonstrates how to embellish jazz harmony using scale choices, superimposed chords, shifting tonalities and more. If you want to break free of your patterns and truly create some fresh harmonic ideas on your instrument, this saxophone masterclass series is for you.
* There is an additional PDF for this video which includes the embedded notation from the video. It can be purchased separately here or downloaded in the bundle ($29.99) above
Topics Covered: Saxophone, Jazz Harmony, Improvisation, Resolving Dominant Chords, Altered Scale, Diminished Scale, Whole Tone Scale, Line Cliches, Harmonic Minor, Jazz Melodic Minor, Blues Scale, Time, Feel, Momentum, Transcription, Practicing, Reharmonization, Superimposing Chords, Playing with Conviction, Playing “Outside”, Giant Steps Changes, Alternate Changes, Etc.