Enjoy this fast and fun sixteenth note run written and recorded by Charles Gervase. If you look closely at this lick, it does not fit the mold of a common scale. The first measure uses four sharps, such as in the key of E, but it also uses F and G to form chromatic lines. The second measure shifts the same pattern up a perfect fourth. The cool thing about this lick is the 6-note chromatic run in the middle of each measure. I had fun with this one, and I hope you do too!
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