Learn “Dark Eyes” on Trumpet (Launch Price = 50% Off)

Take a deep dive with Dark Eyes, a standard played by Dizzy, Django, Louis, and soon, you! If you’re a beginner with at least a few months of playing under your belt, a comeback player picking up the horn after a long break, or an intermediate player looking for a challenge, come take this course. Over 40 Video lessons, printable sheet music, backing tracks, lifetime access, and risk-free. Full money-back, no-questions-asked 30-day guarantee.

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  • +40 videos
  • +20 printable/downloadable sheet music PDFs
  • +20 downloadable backing tracks

Five Sections

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  1. Introduction (4 Videos):
    • Introduction, what to expect, example recording of Dark Eyes
    • Others’ recordings
    • all downloads of sheet music and backing tracks.
  2. Melody (13 Videos)
    • Melody: super-slow details for beginners, embellishing the melody, melody on piano
    • Scales and exercises
    • Intro to backing tracks
  3. Chords (12 videos)
    • How to read chords (watch for free)
    • Chords on piano and guitar and trumpet, of course
    • Chord isolation study with backing track
    • Chord movement isolation (one chord to the next) with backing tracks at multiple tempos
    • The diminished 7th chord and its use
  4. Improvising (10 videos)
    • General mindset and approach
    • General strategies
    • Cool ideas
    • Specific licks
    • Backing tracks at multiple tempos
    • Tools for transcribing others’ solos
  5. Performing (3 videos)
    • Intros
    • Outros
    • Next steps and farewell.

Check it the specific curriculum and watch the free videos from the course.


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