Jazz Trumpet Lick #4 by Wynton Marsalis on "All the Things You Are".
Here's another jazz trumpet lick by Wynton Marsalis that I’m working on this week. It's is a ii-V-I (in C major) that clearly outlines the harmony with variety of rhythms and syncopation. Man! Practice and listen how slick he emphasizes and uses altered notes in the V7 chord going into the one-chord.
The Jazz Trumpet Lick of this week is by Wynton Marsalis performing "All the Things You Are".
The lick I’m working on this week is a two-bar passage by @wynton_marsalis : V7#5 (for one bar) to I major (for one bar) in 4/4. I copped it from a YouTube Video of him playing “All the Things You Are”.
This jazz lick utilizes the major bebop scale along with an arpeggio and some other scalar motion.
The jazz lick I’m working on this week is a two-bar lick in 4/4 time. It can be played in two harmonic situations: