Wednesday, February 3, 2010

BAJAN PIED PIPER -- More Beginning Musicians Improvisation Lessons (HU HIGHLY RECOMMENDS!)

I have never had a close friend that was interested in sitting down and just talking musical philosophy with me. David aka Bajan Pied Piper has posted many YouTube musical improvisation videos that take an investment in time to go through but I have found them worthwhile. I have been taking notes like a college student and printing out his very thoughtful sidebar notations from the YouTube notes portion. HU
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Here's a quote off of his recent YouTube post...
"There is a dimension of music we must not overlook... the spiritual, the mystical... It opens and you feel it in your soul when you play meditatively. I encourage you to grab your instrument every day - just for a moment - and play sweet nothings. Walk among the stars..."

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#6 There's a lot packed in this video. Improvise using Scalar Method or Chordal Approach. Fake Book Ref. Spend time getting to know the notes on the ukulele which we can match to any vocal sound. Sweet Nothings...

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#7 Peaceful, quiet, meditative, connect with your soul. Sweet nothings on a Baritone uke and then on a Harmonica...

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