Can’t wait to get to part 2 of it. According to the lead sheet, the melody note falls on the 2nd beat of the bar. Miles claims in his auto-biography that he wrote all of the tunes on Kind […] Jazz is freedom! Well, you’ve just found it! It used to be hard to play this song because it made me kind of sad and the fingering didn’t feel natural. Beautiful! Check out the many Bill Evans recordings of this tune for additional inspiration. Once officially launched, Minedit will be one of the largest encyclopedia offering guides, tips, how-to’s and definitions in all niches and specialties. I really like the adding inner movement with a LH voicing with different alterations, will be sure to use that! Minedit is a PDF Search Engine. It would be very difficult with all our students. Now I love to play it. Though Miles has been given credit for the tune, it has long been speculated that pianist Bill Evans actually wrote the tune. Join PianoGroove Pro to access all downloads and learning resources. Your email address will not be published. “Blue In Green” is an iconic jazz ballad from Miles Davis’ 1959 album, Kind Of Blue. Many of the real books reference Miles as the author and so I included here it for easy reference. Thanks for the great comment , Eliane Elias plays a stunning arrangement on Something for you, her Bill Evans tribute album. Download theory supplements, midi files, chord changes and full note-for-note transcriptions of every lesson. Also, don’t forget we have a comment section and a rating section, both of which help us a ton when visitors leave reviews in regard to what their user experience was like. The altered contains every possible altered chord tone and is a great scale choice to improvise over altered dominant chords. Check out this tutorial next Ivan: pianogroove.com/jazz-piano-lessons/cluster-voicings/. 30 D‹ dorian A7(#5) B¨Œ„Š7(#11) A‹7 E¨7(#11)/G F©7(b9) D‹/B dorian 2 Love this lesson.

Even better using a metronome because then there is no room for human error! I think you will enjoy part 2 as we look at some important improvisation concepts that can be applied to any jazz standard. That’s awesome to hear Adam! 18 G7(b9“4) B¨7(#11) A‹7 F©‹11 C‹ (dorian) C©7[åÁ] C7[áÆ] B7[åÁ] B¨7(#5) Pno. Miles Davis took credit for it, but years later during a recorded interview by Marion McPartland, Bill Evans said he composed it. Thanks, I have added a new download containing the exact, I’m glad you enjoyed the lesson and yes the inner voice movement is a beautiful device that we can use in left hand voicings and also 2 handed voicings, check out this lesson where we explore inner voice movement over major, minor, and dominant chords: pianogroove.com/jazz-piano-lessons/adding-inner-voice-movement/, UK & Europe: +44 808 196 2012 Blue in Green is the third track on Miles Davis’ album ‘Kind Of Blue’ which is the best-selling jazz album of all time. Your email address will not be published. According to the lead sheet, the melody note falls on the 2nd beat of the bar. Leave us your email below and we will send you a full sample lesson and a PDF download. Yes exactly Ivan, that could be classified as a cluster voicing, playing notes close together at the bottom of the voicings gives you a nice sound. All Rights Reserved. A‹7(b5) A¨7(#11) C‹7(b5) F©7 G7(#11) D¨7(#11)C‹(“4)B‹(“4) F7(“4)B¨Œ„Š7 D¨ B7 22 Pno.