Joe Pass (Advanced)

February 16, 2007

“Do not play a piece the same way all the time,” wrote Pass. “Think of the possible ways of filling in between phrases—substitutions, melodic lines, passing chords—and try to do different things. Play what you feel at the moment. Try playing rubato [a feel in which strict time is disregarded] to freely explore and develop sections of a piece.”

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