[Dixielandjazz] Riffs and Phrases

Ron L'Herault lherault at bu.edu
Tue Mar 16 22:15:03 PST 2004


Dixieland is not really made that way.  You have to create your own
material.  Listen to what the other players do.  Respond.  React.  It is
a conversation.   You can listen to what other players of your
instrument have done and copy them to get a feel for it but in the last
analysis, what comes out of your axe should be coming right from you

Ron L

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Subject: [Dixielandjazz] Riffs and Phrases

Hi all,

Does anyone have a source for NO/Dixie type riffs and phrases,
those for frontline instruments.  You can buy lots of modern jazz phrase
but I 
imagine that old licks books are only on Ebay these days. Any ideas?

Thank you,

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