Beginning Solo Guitar – First Jazz Standards

Mar 07 2020

Beginning Solo Guitar – First Jazz Standards

Beginning Solo Guitar First Jazz Standards PDF. The songs in this book are arranged in “chord-melody” style. Each solo combines melody and harmony in one full-sounding arrangement that can be played with a pick or fingers by beginning players. Lyrics are also included. This songbook features the favourites Georgia on My Mind, Moon River, Satin Doll, Night and Day and more. Level: From Beginner to Advanced. Jazz is a form of western music involving the fusion of traditional european and african (rhythmic) styles. Jazz is quite syncopated and fairly easily improvisable. Jazz could be considered a descendant of Ragtime,...

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Bruce Buckingham – Rhythm Guitar: The Complete Guide

Mar 04 2020

Bruce Buckingham – Rhythm Guitar: The Complete Guide

Bruce Buckingham Rhythm Guitar The Complete Guide. This is the complete guide to playing rhythm guitar by Bruce Buckingham and Eric Pascal. Introducing all the fundamentals and important concepts including open chords, barre chords, and other movable shapes; strumming, fingerstyle, flatpicking and arpeggiation; common progressions and basic chord theory and more. Rhythm Guitar: The Complete Guide has been designed from the Musicians Institute core curriculum programs and is a comprehensive source suitable for beginners and amateur guitarists. This book is a very practical and comprehensive introduction to guitar chords. It is an ideal book for beginners and possibly for...

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Tony Saunders – Beginning Bass

Mar 01 2020

Tony Saunders – Beginning Bass

Tony Saunders Beginning Bass free download. Tony Saunders is much in demand within the industry, and given his track record it’s not hard to see why. After receiving his first piano lessons from none other than Herbie Hancock himself. Saunders shared the stage, alongside his father, recording artist Merl Saunders, with Jerry Garcia. He has gone on to play and record with Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and Bo Diddley, among countless other renowned musicians. Here, he shares his expertise with students of the four- and five-string bass, providing all the fundamentals necessary to follow in his footsteps. On-screen tablature,...

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The Ellington Collection for Solo Guitar

Feb 26 2020

The Ellington Collection for Solo Guitar

The Ellington Collection for Solo Guitar PDF. Twelve of the “Duke’s” most memorable compositions arranged in standard notation and tablature. The arrangements are very interesting and well presented. Although it’s not a book for beginners, some of the arrangements are well suited for intermediate players who are just starting to learn solo jazz guitar. Others, though, are challenging even for a fairly advanced player.  If you find this book too challenging, make sure to stay away from Morgen’s book on Gershwin. Even the simplest of those arrangements are hard. However, playing his arrangements is not impossible! First, when working...

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Jazz Fakebook

Feb 24 2020

Jazz Fakebook

Jazz Fakebook PDF. Contents song index, composer/lyricist index and performer index. This must-own collection includes 635 songs spanning all jazz styles from more than 9 decades from traditional to swing to modern jazz, carefully chosen chords with common practice chord substitutions, lyrics to accommodate vocalists, easy-to-read music, and composer and performer indexes. Songs include: Maple Leaf Rag; Basin Street Blues; A Night in Tunisia; Lullaby of Birdland; The Girl from Ipanema; Bag’s Groove; I Can’t Get Started; All the Things You Are and many more! Great reference for Jazz musicians. Contains hundreds of Jazz standards in common keys. Format:...

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Tommy Igoe: Groove Essentials

Feb 21 2020

Tommy Igoe: Groove Essentials

Tommy Igoe Groove Essentials download. Three-and-a-half hours of great material! Groove Essentials is based on the definitive collection of contemporary rock, jazz, R&B, funk, and world/ethnic drumming styles contained in the poster of the same name, developed by world-class drummer, teacher and author Tommy Igoe and Vic Firth drum sticks. On this DVD, Tommy demonstrates 47 of today’s most popular drum patterns, including a performance of each with a rhythm track played by some of New York’s top players. This unique feature lets the student hear what each groove sounds and feels like with real music played by live...

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Robben Ford – Back to the Blues

Feb 17 2020

Robben Ford – Back to the Blues

Robben Ford has become one of the world’s most recognized blues musicians. His trademark, tasty guitar style, is reinforced with incredible depth in jazz and rhythm and blues. Back to the Blues is a special two-part series exploring the finer points of contemporary blues guitar playing and features exciting live performances by Robben’s powerful trio, The Blue Line, with Roscoe Beck on bass and Tom Brechtlein on drums. Robben Ford is a truly exceptional guitarist and it is just a great pleasure to watch him perform. His ability to really play the blues and also bring some jazz influences...

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Chris Woods – Percussive Acoustic Guitar

Feb 16 2020

Chris Woods – Percussive Acoustic Guitar

Chris Woods Percussive Acoustic Guitar. Turn your acoustic guitar into a full band with this comprehensive book/DVD set by guitar virtuoso Chris Woods. Providing detailed step-by-step instruction on a variety of percussive guitar techniques this book includes warm-ups exercises full pieces and practical how-to training that will get you slapping tapping and enjoying your guitar like never before. The high-definition DVD reinforces all the material in the book and features Chris Woods himself as your personal instructor. No matter what style of music you play the Percussive Acoustic Guitar Method will change enhance and progress your entire approach to...

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Robbie Calvo – Guitar Interactives

Feb 15 2020

Robbie Calvo – Guitar Interactives

Robbie Calvo’s Guitar Interactives. Some guitarists are obsessed with learning all of the whats and whys of music while others focus mostly on the whats without obsessing too much about the whys. Then there’s those who could care less about either. The first group seeks out a more formal music education, the second group leans more towards private instruction or self-study programs, and the third group enters a shed only to pull out their weed whackers. The first and second groups have equal opportunity to achieve success as a musician. You don’t need a formal music education to achieve...

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Andrew Ford – Bass Groove Survival Guide

Feb 14 2020

Andrew Ford – Bass Groove Survival Guide

Andrew Ford Bass Groove Survival Guide. What is groove? Ask a hundred players and you’ll get 100 different answers. You’ll hear that groove ‘makes the music breathe’ and that groove is the way ‘an experienced musician plays a rhythm compared with the way it’s written,’ and that groove is ‘what makes people who can’t dance wanna feel like dancing.’ Groove is all that and more but the one thing everybody seems to agree is that when you hear and feel it, there’s a bass player smack dab in the middle of it. And if you look up ‘groove’ in...

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