Angebote zu "Connection" (100 Treffer)

Ellen Wille Perücke Jazz
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199,95 € *
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Haarqualität: Kunsthaar Verarbeitung: Teil Mono Wirbel mit Filmansatz Klein Grösse: Standard (54 – 56cm) gezeigte Farbe: Hotflame Mix Kollektion: HairPower

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Showtime Piano Jazz & Blues: Level 2a
5,99 € *
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ShowTime Piano Jazz & Blues is a spirited collection of jazz and blues pieces arranged for the Level 2A piano student. The student will enjoy creating the sounds of jazz and blues while improving reading and rhythmic skills. The book offers a pleasing variety of sounds, ranging from soulful blues to jazz originals, including: Blue Moon * Bye, Bye Blackbird * The Rainbow Connection * and more.

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Ellen Wille Perücke Jazz
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199,95 € *
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Haarqualität: Kunsthaar Verarbeitung: Teil Mono Wirbel mit Filmansatz Klein Grösse: Standard (54 – 56cm) gezeigte Farbe: Hotflame Mix Kollektion: HairPower

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Copeland, Keith Trio: The Irish Connection, CD ...
20,33 € *
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Erscheinungsdatum: 11.01.2008 Medium: CD Titel: The Irish Connection Interpret: Copeland, Keith Trio Hersteller: Fenn Music Service GmbH / Dassendorf Rubrik: Jazz Verkaeufer: averdo

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Jazz Practice Ideas with Your Real Book (Jazz &...
7,99 € *
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Thirty-Six Jazz Practice Ideas to Get the Most from Your Real Book You may know about the REAL BOOK, but what you probably don't know is how much MUSICAL PROGRESS can be accomplished with only a single fake book! Don't know what to practice? Don't want to waste valuable time? Based on years of university-level teaching, the author of this book gives jazz musicians: Simple, focused melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic strategies on how to use their limited practicing time more efficiently Easy-to-understand practice ideas for any jazz musician to apply over any real book tunes A blueprint of improvisation tips to avoid the pitfalls of directionless practicing Here's the beginner/intermediate jazz strategy list you've never seen before: Thirty-six actionable melodic ideas, harmonic ideas, rhythmic and metric tips, ear training exercises, and basic arranging and composition blueprints, and more… Do you know why many young musicians fail? Why intermediate-level musicians get stuck? Do you feel like the secrets of WHAT and HOW to practice jazz improvisation are out of your reach? Do you want to really deepen your connection to the music you play? Sometimes jazz musicians want to get better, but don't always know how - even with the help of a teacher. These thirty-six jazz practice ideas cover a wide range of modern jazz improvisation strategies, presented in clear topic chapters to provide the most effective results for beginner and intermediate players. You want to know what to practice? Any real book or fake book tune. Okay, now what? Choose one or more of these 36 actionable practice ideas and make real progress with your musical abilities: improvisation and soloing, ear training, connecting harmony, and more. For jazz piano, jazz guitar, jazz saxophone, jazz trumpet, jazz bass, jazz voice, jazz trombone, jazz drums, and all other improvising instruments.

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Jazz Practice Ideas with Your Real Book (Jazz &...
9,00 CHF *
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Thirty-Six Jazz Practice Ideas to Get the Most from Your Real Book You may know about the REAL BOOK, but what you probably don't know is how much MUSICAL PROGRESS can be accomplished with only a single fake book! Don't know what to practice? Don't want to waste valuable time? Based on years of university-level teaching, the author of this book gives jazz musicians: Simple, focused melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic strategies on how to use their limited practicing time more efficiently Easy-to-understand practice ideas for any jazz musician to apply over any real book tunes A blueprint of improvisation tips to avoid the pitfalls of directionless practicing Here's the beginner/intermediate jazz strategy list you've never seen before: Thirty-six actionable melodic ideas, harmonic ideas, rhythmic and metric tips, ear training exercises, and basic arranging and composition blueprints, and more… Do you know why many young musicians fail? Why intermediate-level musicians get stuck? Do you feel like the secrets of WHAT and HOW to practice jazz improvisation are out of your reach? Do you want to really deepen your connection to the music you play? Sometimes jazz musicians want to get better, but don't always know how - even with the help of a teacher. These thirty-six jazz practice ideas cover a wide range of modern jazz improvisation strategies, presented in clear topic chapters to provide the most effective results for beginner and intermediate players. You want to know what to practice? Any real book or fake book tune. Okay, now what? Choose one or more of these 36 actionable practice ideas and make real progress with your musical abilities: improvisation and soloing, ear training, connecting harmony, and more. For jazz piano, jazz guitar, jazz saxophone, jazz trumpet, jazz bass, jazz voice, jazz trombone, jazz drums, and all other improvising instruments.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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What Is This Thing Called Soul
58,99 € *
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How does academic jazz education impact the Black cultural value of soulfulness and esthetic standards in contemporary jazz music? Through candid conversations with nine of the country's most highly respected jazz practitioners and teachers, What Is This Thing Called Soul explores the potential consequences of forcing the Black musical style of jazz into an academic pedagogical system that is specifically designed to facilitate the practice and pedagogy of European classical music. This work tests the belief that the cultural, emotional and esthetic elements at the very core of jazz's unique identity, along with the music's overt connection to Black culture, are effectively being 'lost in translation' in traversing the divide between academic and non-academic jazz spheres. Each interviewee commands significant respect worldwide in the fields of jazz performance and jazz pedagogy. Noteworthy subjects include: Rufus Reid, Lewis Nash, Nicholas Payton and Wycliffe Gordon-along with the late jazz masters Marcus Belgrave and Phil Woods. Interviews are supplemented by original analysis of the nature and validity of these issues contributed by the author. What Is This Thing Called Soul offers a candid and objective look into pressing issues of race, culture and ethnic value in relation to both jazz music and jazz education. Sensitivity, marginalization and even a fear of offending others has limited open discussion of how the soul of jazz music can be lost in technical boundaries. What Is This Thing Called Soul is the first attempt to directly address such culturally urgent issues in jazz music.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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What Is This Thing Called Soul
68,90 CHF *
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How does academic jazz education impact the Black cultural value of soulfulness and esthetic standards in contemporary jazz music? Through candid conversations with nine of the country's most highly respected jazz practitioners and teachers, What Is This Thing Called Soul explores the potential consequences of forcing the Black musical style of jazz into an academic pedagogical system that is specifically designed to facilitate the practice and pedagogy of European classical music. This work tests the belief that the cultural, emotional and esthetic elements at the very core of jazz's unique identity, along with the music's overt connection to Black culture, are effectively being 'lost in translation' in traversing the divide between academic and non-academic jazz spheres. Each interviewee commands significant respect worldwide in the fields of jazz performance and jazz pedagogy. Noteworthy subjects include: Rufus Reid, Lewis Nash, Nicholas Payton and Wycliffe Gordon-along with the late jazz masters Marcus Belgrave and Phil Woods. Interviews are supplemented by original analysis of the nature and validity of these issues contributed by the author. What Is This Thing Called Soul offers a candid and objective look into pressing issues of race, culture and ethnic value in relation to both jazz music and jazz education. Sensitivity, marginalization and even a fear of offending others has limited open discussion of how the soul of jazz music can be lost in technical boundaries. What Is This Thing Called Soul is the first attempt to directly address such culturally urgent issues in jazz music.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 06.12.2019
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Bernardi Jazz Connection - The Secret Side
1,89 € *
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Stand: 06.12.2019
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Tim Richard's Jazz Piano Notebook - Volume 3 of...
19,99 € *
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Scot Ranney's ''Jazz Piano Notebook'' series is a collection of jazz piano books written by Scot Ranney and other jazz pianists. Volume 3 is by Tim Richards, a renown jazz pianist, composer, and author of the acclaimed ''Improvising Blues Piano'' and ''Exploring Jazz Piano'' series' and other books [Schott Music]. ''These are routines I believe are beneficial to anyone who understands the basics of jazz harmony and improvisation. I hope they throw a new slant on familiar chord sequences, or suggest new directions in your playing.'' Tim has been a presence on the international jazz scene since the early 80s and has over a dozen albums out as a leader, featuring line-ups from duo to nine-piece. The tips and exercises in this book will help strengthen the connection between your ears and fingers to make it easier to play what you want. Level: Intermediate to advanced. Paperback binding.

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The importance of jazz music in Toni Morrison's...
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, University of Kassel, language: English, abstract: The first reading of Toni Morrison's novel made me wonder why the author chose the title Jazz. It describes the difficulties various African Americans have in integrating themselves into the urban context of the North. The origin of this dilemma lies in unsolved problems, unprocessed experiences and in an incomplete reappraisal of the past. Identity, as it seems, needs to reconcile history and present. Blacks in northern cities at the beginning of the 20th century still suffered from the reverberations of slavery; the Great Migration out of the Old South and into the industrialized North with its promising opportunities had not settled these problems. In this paper, I want to examine jazz music and its function within the thematic frame of the story. Since history is of great importance in the novel, it is necessary to comprehensively outline the historical background of the story, which reaches from the late years of slavery up to the artistic blossom during the Harlem Renaissance. The development of the jazz culture then serves as a starting point for the analysis of musical elements in the novel. This embraces structural as well as stylistic parallels and also comments on the function of the unconventional narrator. The focus then turns to the main characters of the story, Joe and Violet Trace, to the problems they have with themselves and their marriage and the solution the author offers. Toni Morrison suggests that the problems of alienation and loss of identity result from a missing connection of past and present. A stable identity must be rooted in history, so the denial of one's origin is a dangerous violation of the self. Many studies dealing with Jazz have concentrated on the way Morrison transfers musical elements into a stylistic concept, but I want to show the connection between this narrative technique and the theme of the novel. In Jazz, jazz music is used as a metaphor for African American identity in its most productive form. The music successfully fuses African heritage and American tradition and is therefore an authentic expression of the African American self.

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