Welcome to episode 13 of the LJS Podcast where today we are talking about the art of playing duo. Bassist Wallace Stelzer joins us as a guest on the show again to discuss why jazz musicians should play duo, different kinds of duos, tips for playing duo, and important jazz duo recordings. Listen in!
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In this episode
Why jazz musicians should play duo
- Forced interaction.
- Forces you to take on more musical responsibility.
- Forces you to know the music you are playing better.
Kind of duos: common and uncommon and the benefits of practicing as a duo.
General tips for playing in duos.
Great jazz duo recordings to check out.