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May
2014
Steve Hill - Jazz Club Piano Solos Volume 1

Steve Hill - Jazz Club Piano Solos Volume 1Fifteen great standards arranged for piano in jazz style by Steve Hill. Newly engraved, with chord symbols. The piano has been an integral part of the jazz idiom since its inception, in both solo and ensemble settings. Its role is multifaceted due largely to the instrument's combined melodic and harmonic capabilities. For this reason it is an important tool of jazz musicians and composers for teaching and learning jazz theory and set arrangement, regardless of their main instrument. (By extension the phrase 'jazz piano' can refer to similar techniques on any keyboard instrument.)

 
16
May
2014
Ultimate Bass Play-Along - Led Zeppelin Vol. 1

Ultimate Bass Play-Along - Led Zeppelin Vol. 1All new transcriptions and tracks drawn from more than 30 years of documentation, interviews, and recorded footage. These TABs and tracks deliver unprecedented accuracy and insight into the music of Led Zeppelin. This book includes complete music notation and TAB transcriptions to eight Led Zeppelin classics.

 
14
May
2014
Acoustic Blues Guitar Essentials

Acoustic Blues Guitar EssentialsStraight from the experts at Acoustic Guitar magazine! The 12 private lessons in this book/CD pack are full of helpful examples, licks, great songs, and excellent advice on blues flatpicking rhythm and lead, fingerpicking, and slide techniques from some of the finest teachers around, including Mike Christiansen, Acoustic Guitar music editor Dylan Schorer, Stefan Grossman and many others.

 
13
May
2014
Joe Franco - Double Bass Drumming

Joe Franco - Double Bass DrummingJoe Franco presents an organized discussion of this powerful and consistent sound in a method he calls "The Single Stroke System." Focusing on beats, fills, and soloing over the double bass roll, this book provides practical applications that will guide a single bass player into the world of playing two bass drums.

 
12
May
2014
Bob Mintzer - 14 Blues & Funk Etudes for Bb Instruments

Bob Mintzer - 14 Blues & Funk Etudes for Bb InstrumentsA collection of studies composed for musicians who wish to extend themselves in improvisation, composition, sight reading and general musicianship skills. Each etude has a theoretical explanation, suggestions for performance and tips for practice routines.

 
11
May
2014
Robin Nolan - The Gypsy Jazz: Volume 1

Robin Nolan - The Gypsy Jazz: Volume 1This book and CD was the first one I wrote and is the best place to start playing Gypsy Jazz. I put 11 of THE most played and famous Django and Gypsy Jazz standards in there so as to get you ready for a jamm session anywhere. Even before it went to print I had my brother Kevin learn these tunes the way I laid them out in the book and it worked a treat!

 
10
May
2014
Buddy Fite - Fingerstyle Jazz Guitar Solos

Buddy Fite - Fingerstyle Jazz Guitar SolosThis book contains a variety of songs for guitar solo printed in standard music notation & tablature. There is also a fascinating interview with Buddy Fite - interviewed by Dory Hylton. The CD includes all of the songs in the book. Buddy Fite is one of those legendary players that most jazz guitar players have heard of, but never actually heard. For a number of reasons, some of which he discusses in an interesting interview, Buddy never garnered the fame that his talent deserves. All his records are out-of-print.

 
09
May
2014
Grey Larsen - The Essential Guide to Irish Flute and Tin Whistle

Grey Larsen - The Essential Guide to Irish Flute and Tin WhistleFor the beginner to the highly advanced player of Irish flute, tin whistle, or Boehm-system flute. Features a simple and penetrating new approach to understanding and notating ornamentation that goes beyond any previous method, exploring ornamentation techniques never described in print before.

 
08
May
2014
Herb Ellis - Jazz Guitar Method: Swing Blues

Herb Ellis - Jazz Guitar Method: Swing BluesMitchell Herbert "Herb" Ellis was an American jazz guitarist. Perhaps best known for his 1950s membership in the trio of pianist Oscar Peterson, Ellis was also a staple of west-coast studio recording sessions, and was described by critic Scott Yanow as "an excellent bop-based guitarist with a slight country twang to his sound."

 
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