Buy Doxy by Sonny Rollins/arr. Mark Taylor at Jazz Sheet Music. Jazz legend Sonny Rollins has given us many fabulous jazz standards, and. Check out Doxy by Miles Davis & Sonny Rollins on Amazon Music. Stream ad- free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now on So, Sonny Rollins is this young man living in Harlem in NYC in the 40’s, He has seen a bit more of Life than we Midwestern farm folk, or their.
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Doxy by Sonny Rollins
Two Different Worlds Al Frisch. Play this scale in its most characteristic form, four note groups.
Pent-Up House Sonny Rollins. Why is the 5 introduced or is it a 6b? In addition to arpeggios of chords, scales that match the chords and chord tones on the strong beats, you now have a blues sound that is more widely applicable than the usual minor blues thing. Notice that the full Bb Major blues and the full G minor blues scales are precisely the same pitches.
Kiss and Run Sonny Rollins. In a Sentimental Mood. This piece could be played just as a bar blues, rollkns though it is 16 measures in length.
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Doxy, Young Jazz Classics – Hal Leonard Online
Introspection Late Night Partying. I have just the solution, The Major Blues! Get to Know Us. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.
I was stymied for a while, but then it occurred to me that the first interval in the minor blues scale is a minor third — in this case G to B flat. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. No Moe Sonny Rollins. Blue Seven Sonny Rollins. Dear Michael, your way of teaching is great and this lesson fixed me a lot of doubts.
Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest. There is No Greater Love. My goal with this article is to show you that, most of the time, it is the Major Blues scale that you will want, not the minor one you may have come to know.