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New JGT Lesson, Davy Mooney Explores Tom Jobim’s Famous “Triste”

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In this video, Mooney explores Tom Jobim’s famous “Triste,” a common tune at jam sessions and on social gigs.

Davy Mooney analyzes the changes on various recordings, including Tom Jobim’s “Wave,” Sinatra’s late 60s vocal version, and the masterpiece “Elis and Tom.”

Welcome to Advanced Improvisational Concepts by Davy Mooney professor of jazz guitar at the University of North Texas.

The University of North Texas is one of the premier jazz studies programs in the world. With our new association, the JGT readers will have access to new original video instruction.   Please subscribe and tell your guitar friends to subscribe, and follow us!


Check out Davy’s new album on Sunnyside, “Davy Mooney and the Hope of Home Band Live at National Sawdust”.

Davy’s Mel Bay book “Personalizing Jazz Vocabulary

Jazz Studies at UNT:https://jazz.unt.edu


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