Jamey Aebersold – Jazz: Anyone Can Improvise

Aug 11 2016

Jamey Aebersold – Jazz: Anyone Can Improvise

This nearly two-hour presentation features Jamey at the piano demonstrating the fundamental techniques used by all great jazz improvisers. Includes chord/scale relationships, keeping your place, patterns, the blues and pentatonic scales and their application, what and how to practice, articulation, memorizing songs and more! This presentation not only provides the technical information essential to getting started on improvisation, but it also serves as an overview of the entire creative process that even non-musicians can understand. Jamey also provides much needed motivational material and discusses the philosophy of man’s need to be creative. A complete presentation! Aebersold explains music theory...

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Howard Levy – New Directions For Harmonica: Expanding Your Technique

Jul 31 2016

Howard Levy – New Directions For Harmonica: Expanding Your Technique

Transform your diatonic harmonica playing and discover the world of chromatic harmony without having to buy or learn a new instrument, as Howard Levy gives you the secrets of his remarkable technique. Levy has developed a method for diatonic (Blues) Harmonica-playing that encompasses every note in every key, opening up the possibilities of the instrument into the worlds of Jazz, Latin and Classical music. Learn how to use bends, overdraws and overblows accurately to play a full chromatic scale. After explaining and demonstrating the principle modes, Levy guides you through his own exquisite arrangements of jazz standards Autumn Leaves,...

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Adam Gussow – Harmonica Lessons

Jul 11 2016

Adam Gussow – Harmonica Lessons

Lessons from Adam Gussow from Beginners to Advanced. A lot of examples on harmonica in the key of Bb, but do not worry those who have a harmonica in a different key. Important principle of what Gussow says, not the notes, which are extracted. Even those who are not fluent in English understand what says Mr. Gussow, because he describes everything very very good, sometimes even drawing diagrams. Lessons in the format flv, once were downloaded from YouTube, approx 150 videos, plus a couple of videos about the band, which plays Adam, is also very interesting, because you can...

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Jesse Nemitz – Vocal Lessons

Jun 10 2016

Jesse Nemitz – Vocal Lessons

Your balanced mix is one lesson away. Jesse attacks vocal problems with a vengeance. It’s not uncommon for Jesse’s students to attain the powerful mix they want – as high as they want – in their very first lesson. As a singer, Jesse has overcome various vocal problems in the past and uses his experience to identify with singers on every step of their personal journey towards vocal mastery. Jesse has been a certified Brett Manning Master Associate since 2007, and is also the lead singer and songwriter for space-rock band 16th State. The band’s recently released ep, Revolutionary,...

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Murphy Henry – The Murphy Method: Beginning Banjo Volume 1

Jun 04 2016

Murphy Henry – The Murphy Method: Beginning Banjo Volume 1

If you’ve never played banjo before, this is the place to start! We teach you all the basics of Scruggs-style three-finger bluegrass banjo picking. No tablature is used, Murphy believes that tablature is a crutch that interferes with learning to play bluegrass. Develop your ear as you learn to play. Each song is explained note-by-note, so that it is easy and quick to learn. As the tunes are learned, the ear is also developed so that learning gets easier as the lessons go. Learning by ear is the first step in learning to play with other people. It’s easy...

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Ken Perlman – Clawhammer Style Banjo

May 20 2016

Ken Perlman – Clawhammer Style Banjo

Clawhammer Style Banjo – A Complete Guide For Beginning And Advanced Banjo Players from Ken Perlman, here is a brilliant teaching guide that is destined to become the handbook on how to play the banjo. The style is easy to learn, and covers the instruction itself, basic right and left-hand positions, simple chords, and fundamental clawhammer techniques; the brush, the bumm-titty strum, pull-offs, and slides. For the advanced player, there is instruction on more complicated picking, double thumbing, quick slides, fretted pull-offs, harmonics, improvisation, and more. The book includes more than 40 fun-to-play banjo tunes. Includes 2-two hour DVDs...

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JP Allen – Learning Harmonica

Apr 29 2016

JP Allen – Learning Harmonica

If you want to learn how to play harmonica in a way that’s super fun, easy and free, then get ready! Over the past twenty years, he had the honor and delight to teach thousands of people, all over the world to play harmonica. Regardless of your age or past musical experience, if you’re willing to consistently practice for a minimum of 5 to 10 minute, twice a week, over the next couple of months, he can help you learn to jam. Allen will clearly show you exactly what to practice, step by step, to ensure you learn harmonica...

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Jerome Callet – Master Superchops

Aug 21 2015

Jerome Callet – Master Superchops

Master Superchops – a video tutorial how to play wind instruments, created by Jerome Callet. The training course includes 3 lessons by Jerome, 6 demonstrations (trumpet, trombone, flute and French horn), as well as practical advice and instruction in the form of discussions and musical performances. CD includes the following videos: Csaba Kelemen – trumpet, Mac Gollehon – trumpet, Keith Underwood – flute. Jerome Callet is a musician, teacher and designer of brass instruments. Jerome Callet is the most well-known teacher of the “Tongue Controlled Embouchure” method for brass instruments. The method is all about a focused tone, perfect...

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Amelia Maciszewski – How to Play the Sitar

Jun 18 2015

Amelia Maciszewski – How to Play the Sitar

The Sitar is most well know to the Western World as the instrument of India. Although it is believed that the Sitar has existed in its current form since the 1700’s its popularity among the West is a very recent phenomenon. Musicians such as George Harrison of the Beatles and Ravi Shankar helped popularize the instrument during the late 60’s and early 70’s. With its beautiful Eastern melodies, the Sitar became an easily recognizable instrument in Western Popular culture. Although the majority of its melodies are played on only a few strings, the Sitar is a very complicated instrument...

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Robert R. Pinkman – Bagpipe Tuition Close-Up DVD & Virtual Tutor Book

Mar 09 2014

Robert R. Pinkman – Bagpipe Tuition Close-Up DVD & Virtual Tutor Book

Everything you need to know and everything you need to play properly is explained and demonstrated in these two dvd’s. All the fingering techniques and movements are shown to you in close up detail and played very slowly for easy understanding. The notation of how all these movements are written are explained in detail and I then play them for you to hear how they should sound. Bobby has been a pipe major of several pipe bands with varying degrees of success and developed a tuition program that should be totally fool proof. There are no “grey areas” in...

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