Tag: Improv Column

23 December 2013

Improv Column: Wayne McConnell – Composing

  I recently ran a composition weekend at Brighton Jazz School. We had a very productive and inspiring few days and the students came up with some wonderful ideas.  The article below came from that weekend and I hope it inspires you to get writing…   Starting the creative process Since most of us are […]

1 September 2013

Improv Column: Terry Pack gives advice to beginners

What’s the best advice that you can give to a musician just starting out?  Listen, listen, listen. Listen to recordings. When I was 14, 15 I only had a handful of records. By the time I was 16 I had Empyrean Isles and Maiden Voyage by Herbie Hancock, which had led me to Kind of […]

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