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Discussion in 'Jazz, Acoustic, Classical & Fingerstyle' started by MeriTone Music, Jan 13, 2018.
About using quotes in your jazz solos.....
Needs more Meshuggah.
That was great
I loved this. I was an alto sax player in high school jazz band years ago, and we and the piano player used to do quotes like this all the time when we traded 4s during concerts.We had one where we traded back and forth with me quoting Paganini's 24th Caprice and him quoting Michael Jackson's Beat It. It was terrible-arious.
Once, during a rather intense freeform jazz jam, my cousin broke out into the solo of Santeria by Sublime. I damn near dropped my bass laughing
I admit I have done this with game of thrones
that was cool. super nice playing too
That made my day
Doesn't *everything* need more Meshuggah?
My new flatmate is a classical pianist and modern composer, his stuff is totally Death Metal influenced and damn does it rock hard! We went and saw Penderecki conduct Penderecki in Warsaw and I'll be damned if the stuff didn't have blast beats on timpani, it was too awesome!
Works because those are all such strong melodies