Jazz, Gypsy Jazz

Spain

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"Spain" is a jazz fusion composition written in 1971 by the great Chick Corea. It is one of his best known works. This version is inspired by the arrangement of The Rosenberg trio in a style called rumba. In my "Spain" lesson you will learn the composition and how to improvise over the changes of the solo se...

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  • Half speed video with scrolling tab
  • 3 speed backing tracks
  • Tab in GP 5, 6, 7 and PDF
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"Spain" is a jazz fusion composition written in 1971 by the great Chick Corea. It is one of his best known works,

recorded in many versions, by Chick and by other artists such as Paco De Lucia - Al Di Meola - John McLaughlin ( the trio ),

Bea Fleck, Rosenberg Trio and many more.

This version is inspired by the arrangement of The Rosenberg trio in a style called rumba.

In my "Spain" lesson you will learn how to improvise over the changes of the solo section and learn this brilliant composition note by note.

It is full of useful licks that you can use in your jazz vocabulary.

I have provided 14 pages complete tabs where I have marked the right chords ( with the exact position and fingering that I have used to play the rhythm guitar)

and the picking patterns for the solo (upstrokes and downstrokes)

of EVERY NOTE that I have played here so you can get the maximum insight of how it is played.

The 3 backing tracks included in this lesson are in different tempo - 160bpm,240bpm and 320bpm. Depending on your skill level

you can choose which tempo is right for you.

There is a slowed down version of the song that I play at 160bpm with a scrolling tab which you can use for learning and practicing together with me.

----------------------SOLOS PROGRESSION-----------------------

| Gmaj7 | F#7 | Em7 A7 | Dmaj7 (Gmaj7) | C#7 F#7 | Bm B7 |

Technique used:

Right hand: Gypsy picking, Alternate picking

Left hand: Arpeggio, Legato, hammer on, pull off

I hope you will like this lesson. Good luck practicing and feel free to leave a comment.

Have fun!

Damjan Pejcinoski

 

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