Instrument : celloSeries : Cello LibraryNombre de Pages : 16´The idea of writing a ´Jazz Suite for cello solo´ came out when I tried to imagine how it would have sounded like if one of the baroque masters (Gabrielli, Buxtehude, Bach) had lived in our time and wanted to write a suite of dances. I thought it would probably still keep some of the conventions of the traditional form, like maybe the use of a Prelude to establish the key and the alternation of slow with fast movements. But some things would have definitely been different: the harmonies, for example would probably have been more complex and not always tonal. Also the popular dances used as a workbench for the suite would have been not gigues or Bourees but perhaps latin american or Jazz standards.Well, since the great masters are unfortunately not able at the moment to accept my challenge, I had to write it myself. I hope you will enjoy it. The famous cello player Janos Starker says: Lucio Amanti is a very fine cellist and imaginative composer. His Jazz Suite is an enjoyable mix of jazz and classicism. I much appreciate his work.´ (Janos Starker)Content : Prelude - Allemande - Courante - Sarabande Portrait of Resi - Grove I/II - Finale: Latin moto perpetuo
Media Type : Book/CD SetLevel : IntermediateMusical Genre : JazzSeries : Jazz WizardNumber of pages : 64Jazz Cello/Bass Wizard Junior 2 is a continuation of Jazz Cello Wizard Junior (Mel Bay, 2002) and is designed for upper middle school and high school string students. JCWjr 2 uses the same basic approach as JCWjr; students learn mainly through imitation, the same way we learn to speak our native tongue. It also introduces very easy optional chord theory but only AFTER the student has experienced improvising with chords aurally. The books come in three versionsâ€”violin, viola, and cello/bassâ€”designed to be used together in studio and classroom situations. This volume introduces three basic concepts that are prerequisites to advanced jazz improvising: solo development, modes, and inner melodies - the single most potent technique to get students to improvise on advanced progressions immediately. - Any student or teacher will learn to improvise independent of background. - Provides all the instructions and verbiage a newcomer to jazz will need to learn or teach from the method. - Includes swing, Latin, and blues styles incorporated into the lessons. - The five lessons are carefully sequenced to introduce key components of improvisation. - Four performance-quality pieces are included in a format that can be used with three cellos or basses, in a string orchestra or any other combination of string instruments (if used together with the other versions of the series). - Includes a CD with sample solos and exercises in addition to full rhythm section accompaniment tracks to the performance pieces.
Easy Jazz Conception Cello15 solo etudes for jazz phrasing, interpretation and improvisationA new and exciting way for cello players to learn and practice basic jazz style.This book/CD set features 15 solo etudes based on blues and standard chord progressions, demonstrated by Erik Friedlander on cello along with a world-class rhythm section: Mike LeDonne, piano; Peter Washington, bass; and Kenny Washington, drums.The recording features two separate versions of each etude: one with the soloist and rhythm section and one with the rhythm section only. See and hear how the soloist phrases, play with or without the soloist on the CD and learn basic jazz style first-hand.Nombre de pages :40
Easy Jazz Conception bietet allen Musikern eine motivierende Methode, die Sprache des Jazz zu erlernen und zu üben! Das Buch enthält 15 Soloetüden auf der Grundlage von Standard-und Bluesakkordfolgen. Sehen und hören Sie, wie der Solist artikuliert und phrasiert, spielen Sie mit oder ohne ihn und lernen Sie das Vokabular des Jazz aus erster Hand. Ideal für den Einzelunterricht, zum Selbststudium und für (Big) Bands zum Lernen der Jazzstilistik, -phrasierung und Improvisation. Rhythmusgruppe: Mike LeDonne: Klavier, Peter Washington: Bass, Kenny Washington: Schlagzeug Schwierigkeitsgrad: 2-3
The Roots of Jazz for two Violoncellos- Effective arrangements with an authentic jazz feel- Exciting fun pieces for lessons and recitals- Of easy technical difficultySpeckert’s popular ´´The Roots of Jazz” collection of jazz pieces and styles for violin and violoncello now comes in an edition for two violoncellos.Whether it be arrangements of originals such as ´´The Entertainer” (Scott Joplin), ´´Hot Tiger Rag” (Nick la Rocca), ´´St Louis Blues” (W. C. Handy), ´´Nobody Knows The Trouble I´ve Seen” (trad) or original compositions by George Speckert, these pieces not only have catchy tunes and snappy rhythms, they’re also easy to play. Exciting stuff!With skill and sensitivity Speckert, who actually was born in New Orleans, captures the typical melodic, harmonic and rhythmic style of each genre, whether ragtime, blues, boogie woogie, gospel, folksong or early jazz.Equally suitable for music-making fun in lessons, recitals or your own living room.
Fantasia on the Rondo from the Piano Sonata in A major K. 331Instrument : 6 cellos (or string sextet)Type : score and partsNombre de Pages : 52The final movement of the Sonata in A major KV 331 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the Rondo Alla Turca, is one of the most famous piano pieces of all time. Once only familiar to musical experts, later a universal piece for all piano pupils, its opening melody is now even omnipresent as an alienated sinus tone-like mobile phone ring tone.Fazil Say´s arrangement, originally created as an effective encore, follows on from this popularity. After the first eight bars have been presented in original form, typical elements of jazz superimposed on the still recognisable classical foundations can be discovered, such as syncopation of the top notes and ornamentation through chromatic blue notes, embedded in the at times frenzied chains of semiquavers. In the spirit of the work´s improvisatory character, Say likes to perfom his Alla Turca Jazz in different combinations, for example accompanied by jazz singers of with orchestra. It may appear strange that Fazil Say, who was born in Turkey and - when not on tour - is still resident in that country, does not bring back Mozart´s interpretation of genuine Turkish music closer to its own roots, particularly as many of his compositions such as Black Earth or the Violin Sonata are characterised by a subtle amalgamation of the Classical-Romantic tradition, Turkish folk music and elements of jazz. In a further Mozart arrangement, the ballet music Patara premiered in Vienna in 2006, composed on the basis of the Rococo-like theme from the first movement of the same A-major Sonata (which enjoys almost as great popularity as the Alla Turca theme), Say utilised the connection which was absent in Alla Turca, albeit in the opposite direction. In the ballet music, the piano symbolises Western culture and the Ney flute Oriental culture, communcated atmosperically by austere percussion instrumentation and soprano vocalisation.
Cool syncopation, funky riffs and smooth, stylish tunes - from dynamic to nostalgic, Pam Wedgwood´s Jazzin´ About series has it all. Jazzin´ About is a vibrant collection of original pieces in a range of contemporary styles, tailor-made for the absolute beginner (grade 0-2). So take a break from the classics and get into the groove as you cruise from blues, to rock, to jazz with these pieces for Cello and Piano.
This collection 15 original, imaginative studies for solo cello has been specially designed for young players from Grades 3-5 level. Throughout the book, progressive technical points go hand-in-hand with musical development. The studies cover a variety of keys´ modes, rhythmic patterns and styles (including jazz), while also encouraging self-expression. The descriptive titles are intended to help the cellist play in style appropriate to each study.Teachers and pupils will find this invaluable yet light-hearted collection both enjoyable and stimulating.
Ten little PiecesInstrument : cello and pianoNombre de Pages : 3610 leichte Stücke für junge Cellisten (1.-4. Lage), motivierend durch phantasievolle Titel und Einbezug von Jazz- und Popelementen. Eduard Pütz (1911-2000) studierte Komposition an der Kölner Musikhochschule. Sein besonderes Anliegen war galt der Überwindung der Grenzen zwischen der sogenannten ernsten und unterhaltenden Musik.Content : Prelude - In a Sunny Morning - Red Indian Tale - Interrupted Waltz - Walking in the Mist - The Sorcerer - Juggler´s Trick - Stomping Blys - Rush Hour - Spiritual