Welcome to the Randy Hunter Jazz Lessons Subscription Website!
Here you'll find everything from my complete Beginning Saxophone lesson series to my Stages I-IV Jazz Improvisation lesson series. My popular Soloing on Tunes lesson series is also here- all available at a low monthly price!
You'll still be able to purchase lessons individually or in sets at www.beginningsax.com, but by choosing to access the lessons via subscription, you can avoid downloads and have access to all of my lessons in streaming format.
As always, I'm happy to answer questions, so feel free to reach me at email@example.com.
Hope to hear from you soon!
In my Soloing on Tunes series, you'll learn how to apply concepts learned in Stages I-IV to a number of classic jazz standards.
Lessons from the various stages are referenced in most of these lessons, while new concepts are also introduced. You'll also learn about the theory behind the chord progressions, making this a comprehensive approach to learning how to create great solos on tunes.
Play-along tracks are included in the "Extras" bundles!
1. Soloing on Scrapple From the Apple- The Chord Progression
You'll learn about the key, form, and chord-to-chord relationships in this video. In addition to numbering the progression, we'll locate the various tonalities and discuss how they relate to the key center.
4. Soloing on Scrapple From the Apple- Double-Timing
Learning to play double-time requires good technique, command over the vocabulary, and disciplined practice at presenting your musical ideas in time with good rhythm. Learn how to begin putting it together in this video!
3. Soloing on Scrapple From the Apple- Phrasing and Soloing
Becoming as master of the bop language will take a lot of time and determined practice. In this portion of the lesson I'll show you some practice techniques for assembling bebop scales and enclosures into lines and phrases. Be prepared for "I Play-You Play" practice with a great play-along track!
2. Soloing on Scrapple From the Apple- The Basics of Bop
Learn about the major, minor, and dominant bebop scales and exercises for incorporating them into your practice on the chord progression. You'll also learn about approach tones and enclosures with lots of practice exercises.