Jazz is Stupid? Zen Question for Jazz Guitar Improvisation – Theory and Practice on Jazz Blues

Jazz is Stupid? Zen Question of Jazz Guitar Improvisation – Theory and Practice on Jazz Blues. Here are some quotes by the greats. There’s no such thing as a wrong note. – Art Tatum There are no wrong notes in…

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Jazz is Stupid? Zen Question of Jazz Guitar Improvisation – Theory and Practice on Jazz Blues. Here are some quotes by the greats.

There’s no such thing as a wrong note. – Art Tatum

There are no wrong notes in jazz: only notes in the wrong places. – Miles Davis

It’s not the note you play that’s the wrong note – it’s the note you play afterwards that makes it right or wrong. – Miles Davis

There are no wrong notes; some are just more right than others. – Thelonius Monk

“Do not fear mistakes. There are none. – Miles Davis

“There are no wrong notes, only wrong resolutions” “I think of all harmony as an expansion and a return to the tonic.” – Bill Evans

So why people still judge others playing wrong notes? It does sound strange when you hit certain notes. It’s almost like a Zen question for me but I came to the point where it all makes sense to me at least so I wanted to share it in this video.

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