The target approach. “It should be strongly emphasized that the target method is more appropiate for practicing improvisation than performing. In performance versus practice situations I would recommend than the improvising happen as naturally as posibble, wich means controlling it more by ear and intuition than by thinking”Hal Crook 1990, How To Improvise, Pg 11.
The “Play/Rest Approach”.
Controlling the quantity of playing and resting done in an improvised solo
Play next Play/Rest combinations over Giant Steps
SEE SECTION 1
subV7: Substitute Dominants
The resolution of subV7 will be down a half step (…)Nettles & Graf, 1997. The Chord Scale Theory & Harmony, Chapter 3, Pg 57-58
(…) Chords using Lydian b7 are expected to resolve with root motion not down a perfect 5th
SEE Pg 57-58
Learning from the masters
If I don’t practice for a day, I know it.Louis Armstrong
If I don’t practice for two days, the critics know it.
If I don’t practice for three days, the public knows it.
Continue practicing the previous lessons