Welcome to episode 26 of the LJS Podcast where today we are introducing Jazz Challenge #1 of a 4 part series of jazz challenges. These challenges will be leading up to the release of our first eCourse 30 Days to Better Jazz Playing in October 2016. Today’s challenge is to write your own contrafact. Listen in!
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In this episode
Introduction to 30 Days to Better Jazz Playing eCourse
What is a contrafact?
Examples of some popular contrafacts.
Why you should write a contrafact.
Brent’s contrafact over It Could Happen to You.
The challenge: Write your own contrafact and post a video of you playing it in the comments below.
Brent’s Bebop Contrafact
Mentioned in the show
A 30-day audio eCourse that walks you through focused, goal-oriented practicing, where you will be working on things that actually improve your jazz playing.