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North Texas Footage #10 George Garzone
November 5, 2012
8:54 pm
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Hadden
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It was hard to hear, but were you talking about George Garzone? And if so I’d love to have some insite about the pattern you were playing through.

November 5, 2012
9:08 pm
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Hi Hadden,
Yes, it was George Garzone. I studied with him for a while and ended playing a lot with him as well. What pattern were you referring to in the video? If I can zero in on it I will be able to answer your question.
Best,
Tim.

November 5, 2012
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It was about 4:50 into #10. It sounds like an outside chromatic line, I’d love some insite into it. Not just the lick, but his thought behind it. It’s like falling up and down stairs, but with a controlled melody. It resolves itself somehow.

November 7, 2012
9:20 pm
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Hi Hadden,
This type of playing is covered in this week’s Chromatic Density lesson too, so that will be a resource for you as well. With this type of phrase, I am striving to create lines that are chromatic in nature, that do not describe a certain scale. These types of lines help to create tension in the music. I use the chord tones in the chord of the moment to resolve into. This creates a strong feeling of tension and resolution.
Best,
Tim.

September 15, 2014
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Hi Tim,
I realise I am joining this conversation nearly two years late, But I recently listened to the same lick, which you said was the first thing George Garzone showed you. Somehow I feel that learning this lick might uncrack something for me. Is there anyway you (or maybe another member of the site) could post a transcription or tab of how you play it? In any case, I thought it sounded great and it made me check out Garzone, someone who had entirely passed me by, so thanks for that.
Keep up the good work!
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Mike

September 16, 2014
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Hi Mike,
It is “Line of the Week 3”. Look that up in the search engine on the home page and you will find a video and chart for it.
Yes, George is one of my favorite improvisers. I learned a lot from him.
Best,
Tim.

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