Welcome to episode 7 of the LJS Podcast where today we are talking about how playing free can make you a better improviser. Our special guest saxophonist and composer Josiah Boornazian walks us through some enlightening ways to bring free improvisation into the practice room, rehearsals, and even gigs. Listen in!
Listen to episode 7
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In this episode
Playing free as a band.
Playing free by yourself in the practice room.
Adding parameters to your free playing.
The importance of ear training in jazz.