“There Will Never Be Another You” is a classic jazz standard written in 1942 by Harry Warren and Mack Gordon. It’s one of the first jam-session tunes that beginner jazz musicians must learn, so I want to help you learn it! This course is open to all instruments/singers!
I’ve organized the course into 13 lessons – starting with basic analysis of the chord structure, as well as etudes of increasing difficulty. Throughout each lesson, I will explain what musical elements are being used, play the etude exactly as written, and then demonstrate how to improvise using the etude as a basis. These are all things that I’ve done previously with my students, and that’s why I’m confident they will be fun and helpful for you, too!
What’s included in the course?
- Custom MP3 play-along tracks in the key of Eb (most commonly performed key)
- PDF book with each of the lessons and exercises – music is available for C, Bb and Eb instruments (others available on request)
- 27 Videos, with overhead camera angles and on-screen musical notation.
- Personalized feedback – If you send me recordings of your playing, I will get back to you with my feedback.
There Will Never Be Another You is a unique song because of the types of chord progression it uses. It makes use of a common modulation to the relative minor, as well as to the fourth. We also encounter some other interesting harmonic progressions in this gem of a song.
How do I know if this course is right for me?
This is an intermediate level course. If you have basic knowledge of 7th chords or scales, but struggle to turn that knowledge into musical improvisation, this course will help you. Maybe you know a few easier jazz tunes – perhaps a blues, and one or two simple jazz standards, but you are looking to get to the next level…this course will be perfect for you. Even if you are an experienced player who sits in at jam sessions – I bet there will be information in this course that will help deepen your knowledge.
Check out the lesson structure below – complete with a free sample video lesson!