Take the chance to learn about jazz drum solos from one of the best jazz drummers – John Riley.
Drum solos take place in various contexts. In this course John discusses the most common soloing formats. One of the traditional solo forms in jazz is trading fours or eights, where the musicians exchange four or eight bars of soloing with the drummer. This is a very interactive and communicative way of soloing.
Other forms are soloing over a form, soloing over a vamp as well as open soloing where the drummer has complete liberty to create space and soundscapes.
Take the chance to learn about soloing from one of the best jazz drummers – John Riley.
|Treatment of Motives and Motives in Free Solos||00:09:40|
|The 6 Stroke Roll Motive||00:09:48|
|Soloing over a Form||00:02:03|
|Soloing over a Vamp||00:01:55|