Best of Marcus Miller (Bass Recorded Versions)

May 25 2017

Best of Marcus Miller (Bass Recorded Versions)

Best of Marcus Miller PDF. Bass Recorded Versions – 23 transcriptions from Grammy-winning bassist and session player extraordinare Marcus Miller. This title gives you exactly what you expect – good transcriptions of the most popular Marcus Miller tunes. Great book – worth getting if you plan to work on your Slap Bass Chops. This book has highlighted some of the funky, funky lines of the greatest bass player on the planet. The book showcases a great cross section of his career, notably his work with Miles and Sanborn and moves through all of his solo recordings. In short a...

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Jamey Aebersold – Jazz Play-A-Long: Volume 26 – 30

May 24 2017

Jamey Aebersold – Jazz Play-A-Long: Volume 26 – 30

Jamey Aebersold Jazz Play-A-Long Volume 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 PDF download. Possession of this collection will enable any musician, independently of level and experience in jazz improvisation mastery, learn the basic styles and genres of jazz, and eventually become a true expert in this. Information for reference (for those who do not know): Jamey Aebersold Jazz Play-A-Long – the world’s best collections of exercises for jazz musicians. Volume 26: The Scale Syllabus. For all levels, instrumentalists & vocalists. Hear David Liebman solo over every scale listed in the Scale Syllabus. He solos on two versions of each scale:...

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Jerry Bergonzi – Thesaurus of Intervallic Melodies Volume 5

May 22 2017

Jerry Bergonzi – Thesaurus of Intervallic Melodies Volume 5

Jerry Bergonzi Thesaurus of Intervallic Melodies Volume 5 PDF. “Practicing out of this book by just reading the melodies has changed and expanded my playing,” says Jerry Bergonzi. He offers a number of suggested uses and applications for this intervallic system including ear training, composition, improvisation, improving technical facility, intonation, sight reading, breaking finger habits, and pitch retention. This book is accompanied by a play-along CD with 19 tunes as well as 8 vamps featuring Jerry Bergonzi and Allan Chase, saxophones (soprano, alto, tenor, and baritone); Renato Chico, piano; Dave Santoro, bass; and Tom Melito, drums. The intervallic system...

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Muriel Anderson – Rhythm Makeover

May 22 2017

Muriel Anderson – Rhythm Makeover

Creative applications for distinctive rhythmic fingerstyle guitar approaches. Expand your fingerstyle rhythm guitar prowess with Muriel Anderson’s Rhythm Makeover and be sure to check out Adam Levy’s Rhythm Makeover for electric guitar, and Vicki Genfan’s Rhythm Makeover for acoustic guitar. Thousands of #1 hit records use the same handful of chord progressions. So, what makes those songs so distinctive from one another? Melody, lyrics and production values are all very important of course, but rhythm is what gets the feet tapping, the bodies moving and the lips smiling. Whether they perform in bands, duos or solo as a singer-songwriter,...

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Ted Greene – Modern Chord Progressions

May 21 2017

Ted Greene – Modern Chord Progressions

A collection and explanation of many different types of important progressions for the intermediate and advanced guitarist. Ted Greene is one of those rare individuals who has made it his life’s work to teach harmony on the guitar. In this book, Ted takes you down the road to a greater understanding of how chords can be strung together to create harmonized musical phrases. The book is not for the beginner or for the faint of heart. It is best digested slowly – say a page at a time. The best favor you can do for yourself is to attack...

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Jazz Manouche In the Style of Wawau Adler

May 21 2017

Jazz Manouche In the Style of Wawau Adler

Josef “Wawau” Adler is a jazz guitarist from the town of Karlsruhe in Germany. Wawau comes from a family of Sinti gypsies, so it is only natural that his biggest musical influence is the great gypsy jazz guitarist, Django Reinhardt. While Wawau plays many styles of guitar, including bebop and modern jazz, he has gained an enviable, worldwide reputation for performing Gypsy Jazz. But Wawau’s musical style goes beyond simply following Django’s musical legacy. By adding influences such as Wes Montgomery, Charlie Parker, Pat Martino and George Benson, Wawau has developed a style which is uniquely his own. Django...

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The James Morrison Way: How To Play Trumpet

May 18 2017

The James Morrison Way: How To Play Trumpet

Meet James Morrison – an international trumpet virtuoso from Australia, who is known for his startling originality and passion for playing the trumpet. Having played with the likes of Dizzy Gillespie, Wynton Marsalis, Ray Charles and B.B. King, Morrison shares his four decades of experience in this instructional DVD. Learn his innovative techniques with tutorials in topics like breathing, range, endurance, articulation and projection. There is some playing during his description of jazz technique such as “shakes”, “falls”, “doits”, and so forth, but the bulk of the DVD is a spoken lecture divided into chapters. Chapters include: breathing, sound,...

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Marc Ensign – Slappin’

May 17 2017

Marc Ensign – Slappin’

Marc Ensign – Slappin’ A Complete Study of Slap Technique for Bass. Gleaned from years of teaching, performance, and listening experience -bass players at all levels will benefit from studying the numerous exercises, grooves, and musical examples offered in this book. Whether you are into funk, RB, fusion, jazz, rock, punk, reggae, alternative music, or any other style; the slap technique will find a niche in your bass playing vocabulary. Chapter headings include: Technique, Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs, Ghost Notes, Left Hand Slap, Open Strings, Double Slap, Double Stops, Double Pops, Other Licks and Tricks, and Advanced Grooves Solos Using...

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Mark Harrison – Smooth Jazz Piano

May 16 2017

Mark Harrison – Smooth Jazz Piano

Mark Harrison Smooth Jazz Piano PDF. Keyboard Style Series. The heart and soul of this book are the great short exercises and extended compositions that are excellently rendered on the included CD. Chapters 4, 5, and 6 of this book drip smooth jazz just the way you hear it on the radio. It is very helpful to see this beautiful music written out and to hear it on the CD. Harrison illustrates each new playing technique with a very musical example that is fun to practice. He ties it all together with seven beautiful but practical compositions in the...

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Jazz Play-Along Volume 27 – Great Jazz Standards

May 13 2017

Jazz Play-Along Volume 27 – Great Jazz Standards

Jazz Play-Along Volume 27 Great Jazz Standards PDF. The Jazz Play Along Series is the Ultimate learning tool for all Jazz Musicians. With this volume, learn to play along with 10 of the best Jazz Standards. Using the CD of professional rhythm and backing tracks; with unimposing and musician friendly lead sheets and melody cues, this is an easy going and enjoyable method. In addition, an advancement in technology has enabled the split-track CD allowing you to play with a full stereo accompaniment or remove various elements from the mix such as the bass or piano parts! Now it...

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