that you've studied some basic song forms,
it's time to start learning about the "Solo."
Solos are also referred to as "Improvising."
You are about to learn to "Improvise."
If someone were to ask you to do something,
some task, and you were missing something
you needed to complete that task, you might
"improvise" in order to complete
In Jazz, the melody line is missing during
the solo. You are being asked to play a
song without a melody line. In order to
complete this task, you will have to "improvise"
a new melody line.
As with any task to be done, one needs to
look at any resources available to complete
the task. It's known to you that the melody
line is missing and that you will need to
improvise for that part of the task. So
what are the resources that are available
- The "Form" of the song.
- The "Chords" in each group within
the form of the song.
- The other players playing the song with