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Jazz Bass Lessons: Etude 4: E Flat Major

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Now this is E flat major.
And this one is with a swing feel.
So you'll see the connection now.
We've done six, eight,
that is connected to swing.
And now we're just gonna do out and
out swing.
And again,
the triplet feeling is really the same.
So, if the symbol beat is ding,
ding, gading, ding,
it's triplet, triplet, triplet.
All the eighth notes you play
have to get inside that triplet.
Dizzy Gillespie was quoting as saying once
all kind of music in the world
has quarter notes, but
it's what inside those quarter notes
that makes it distinctive and different.
Jazz is all about the triplet.
Okay, Here we go.
Swing, E flat.
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