Erscheinungsdatum: 03/2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Jeff Beck: Jazz Play-Along Volume 135, Orchester: Beck, Jeff, Verlag: MUSIC SALES CORP, Imprint: Jazz Play Along, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: MUSIC // Songbooks // Genres & Styles // Jazz // Printed Music // General // Partituren // Libretti // Liedtexte, Rubrik: Musik // Allg. Handbücher, Lexika, Seiten: 64, Reihe: Jazz Play Along, Gewicht: 258 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Erscheinungsdatum: 07/2009, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Kenny Burrell: A Step-By-Step Breakdown of the Guitar Styles and Techniques of a Jazz Legend [With CD (Audio)], Autor: Marshall, Wolf, Orchester: Burrell, Kenny, Verlag: MUSIC SALES CORP, Imprint: Guitar Signature Licks, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: MUSIC // Songbooks // Instruction & Study // General // Printed Music, Rubrik: Musiktheorie // Musiklehre, Seiten: 122, Reihe: Guitar Signature Licks, Informationen: CD (AUDIO), 039, Gewicht: 467 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Inhalt: A Night In Tunisia Bernie's Tune Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) One Note Samba (Samba De Uma Nota So) Opus One Satin Doll Slightly Out Of Tune (Desafinado) Straight No Chaser Take The 'A' Train Ye Belles And Ye Flirts (Folksong Suite) [Doktor, Paul] · ISBN: 978-0711984189 · Genre: Jazz · Instrument: Trompete · Format: 21,0 x 29,7 cm (DIN A4) · Sprache: Englisch · Seitenanzahl: 34 · Schwierigkeitsgrad: mittel · inkl.: CD Play-Along
Inhalt: · Lullaby Of Birdland [Shearing, George] · The Sidewinder [Morgan, Lee] · All Blues [Davis, Miles] · All The Things You Are [Mulligan, Gerry] · Corcovado (Quiet Night Of Quiet Stars) [Getz, Stan] · In Walked Bud [Thelonious Monk] · In A Sentimental Mood [Coltrane, John] · My Favourite Things [Coltrane, John] · Oleo [Rollins, Sonny] · The Way You Look Tonight [Mcgriff, Jimmy] · ISBN: 978-1844494514 · Genre: Jazz · Instrument: Trompete · Format: 21,0 x 29,7 cm (DIN A4) · Sprache: Englisch · Seitenanzahl: 32 · Erscheinungsjahr: 2004 · Schwierigkeitsgrad: mittel · inkl.: CD Play-Along
Easy arrangements of 24 Jazz greats, all for the elementary Piano student. This set of tunes, ranging from the gloriously funky I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free to the classic croon of Fly Me To The Moon, is complete with background notes and a host of playing hints and tips. · ISBN: 978-1846090424 · Instrument: Klavier · Bindung: Softcover · Format: 21,0 x 29,7 cm (DIN A4) · Seitenanzahl: 48 · Sprache: Englisch · Erscheinungsjahr: 2005 Notenbuch
Inhalt: Besame mucho Fever Fly me to the moon Flying home God bless the child Harlem nocturne Hti the road jack I wish i knew how it would feel to be free I'm gettin sentimental over you Is you is or is you ain't my baby Jump jive an wail Li'l darlin Mas que nada Perdido Perhaps perhaps Satin doll Straight no chaser Sway Take the a train The girl from ipanema · ISBN: 978-1785588877 · Genre: Jazz · Instrument: Trompete · Format: 21,0 x 29,7 cm (DIN A4) · Sprache: Englisch · Seitenanzahl: 56 · inkl.: Download Card Play-Along
Cuenta la historia de dos jovenes que se conocen una noche en Paris; en el barrio de Chatelet, famoso por su musica ambiente y jazz. Una historia de pasion inolvidable. Nota del autor: Si te gusto, deja un comentario. Gracias. 1. Spanish. Alfonso Sales. http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/029949/bk_acx0_029949_sample.mp3.
When the phrase “the King” is used in the context of American music, most people think of Elvis Presley, but Presley was just a baby when the title was first conferred upon Benny Goodman as the King of Swing in 1935. The Swing Era was a magical period in American history between the hedonism of the Roaring Twenties and the rebelliousness sparked by rock music beginning in the 1950s. Swing music was rooted in ragtime, blues, and jazz music that had long been popular in African American enclaves in Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, and New Orleans. Swing took the entire nation by storm thanks in large part to Benny Goodman and his bands, earning Goodman the nearly undisputed title of the King of Swing. Apart from a few hiatuses to tend his health and his growing family, Goodman remained a consistently active musician literally right up until his death in 1986 at the age of 77. Somewhat fittingly, he died in his study with his clarinet next to him and a Brahms sonata on a music stand nearby.Though it may be hard to fathom in the wake of Elvis Presley and popular rock bands like the Beatles, the early 20th century featured a burgeoning music sales industry that was dominated in ways that nobody would ever reach again, including the Fab Four. While Elvis and the Beatles had a combined 71 top-10 hits over their lengthy careers, Glenn Miller had 16 records reach number one, and he compiled 69 top-10 hits, all in the span of four years before he had turned 40. Like any music pioneer, Miller and his band were often criticized for not being true to the roots of the music they performed, even as they perfected a sound that captivated the country. In short order, Miller and his music influenced legends ranging from Benny Goodman to Louis Armstrong.Miller was the most popular big band leader in the United States when he walked away from his orchestra to enlist in the US Army. World War II was raging, and Miller was determined to fulfill his patriotic duty, so he 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/160588/bk_acx0_160588_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
“A band ought to have a sound all of its own. It ought to have a personality.” (Glenn Miller)Sprightly swing music spills across the dimly lit club. The grayish curtains of cigarette smoke part every once in a while to reveal a sparkling stage and tables upon tables of patrons, some incurably inebriated and others high on the fast-paced nightlife. Fabulous flappers in shimmery cocktail dresses and stylish feather headbands throw their hands up and stomp their feet to the addictive beat on the dance floor. Smartly dressed men, their hair neatly parted and slicked back, toss fistfuls of dice onto the plush green baize of the craps tables. Some hover over roulette wheels, staring intently at the spinning flashes of silver, while others finger their playing cards as they sip on tumblers of whiskey, eyeing both the river and the tower of tokens next to them. Frisky tunes, chic fashion, and American gambling are nostalgic, rose-tinted images most choose to project when visualizing the Roaring Twenties, but the other side of the coin brought an uninviting, much harsher reality that most would prefer to sweep under the rug. The first real estate bubble was on the brink of bursting, and progress was evident, but painfully slow, which gave way to yet another era of violent riots, lynchings, and other forms of oppression imposed on minorities. The Swing Era was a magical period in American history between the hedonism of the Roaring Twenties and the rebelliousness sparked by rock music beginning in the 1950s. Swing music was rooted in ragtime, blues, and jazz music that had long been popular in African American enclaves in Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, and New Orleans, and while musicians like Benny Goodman popularized swing music, big bands produced America’s most popular music. Though it may be hard to fathom in the wake of Elvis Presley and popular rock bands like the Beatles, the early 20th century featured a burgeoning music sales industr 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/159528/bk_acx0_159528_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.