Bonanza: Insights and Wisdom from Professional Jazz Trombonists:Interviews by Julie Gendrich Julie Gendrich
Bonanza: Insights and Wisdom from Professional Jazz TrombonistsInterviews by Julie GendrichImagine that you had an opportunity to ask your favorite jazz trombone player any question. Now imagine that you had over 30 of these great musicians in one place, captured here, giving you their advice and insight. Bonanza: Insights and Wisdom from Professional Jazz Trombonists is perhaps unique in that a series of similar questions were posed to a variety of experts. Topics in this book include advice on listening, early steps in improvisation, appropriate sequences to take in learning tunes and chord progressions, approaches to playing ballads, and strategies for playing uptempo tunes. In their own words such jazz luminaries as Hal Crook, Bill Watrous, Jiggs Whigham, Josh Roseman, Conrad Herwig, Jim Pugh and many others discuss their careers and lives in music.Nombre de pages :564
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Learn how to solo like the masters!The ultimate practice book for serious jazz guitarists!The Cellular Approach is a practical method for developing the ability to create convincing jazz solos in a wide variety of playing situations.It takes actual jazz lines recorded by master players and then slices them up into small cells that can be re-combined into longer lines to fit almost any harmonic situation.This enables the player to improvise his or her own lines that sound just as interesting and melodic as the masters without resorting to simply copying others. Fingerings and string choices are often given too, making it particularly valuable to guitarists who want to actually master their instrument.Some of the harmonic situations dealt with include: Fast-moving cycles such as the bridge of Jordu Chromatic II-V changes Turnarounds, including many that are useful for dealing with rhythm changes Jimmy Heath´s C.T.A. changes John Coltrane´s Giant Steps changes. In addition, slower moving II-Vs are covered, using various strategies for stringing together the short cells into long flowing lines. 189 pages, $30 list price.There is a complete discussion of how to break out of diatonic-derived lines by using the cellular approach to create side-slipping and other intervallic lines — creating ultra-hip solo phrases in the style of modern masters such as Pat Metheny, Michael Brecker and Herbie Hancock.Finally, the cell concept gets transcended as twelve tone rows in the style of Mike Stern and others are explored, as well as lines derived from 23rd chords — for the adventurous that are interested in paving a way into the future.Randy Vincent is a master player and teacher. The information in this book is very thorough and complete and the insights he offers are invaluable to anyone who is interested in improvising. This is a most welcome addition to the world of jazz pedagogy. Thanks, Randy!!!”— Bruce FormanThis book is good for ALL instruments. The patterns and exercises are excellent!”— Jamey AebersoldRandy Vincent´s new book ´The Cellular Approach´ very concisely lays out some great ideas for improvising. I look forward to delving deeper into this book. Congrats, Randy!”— Dave Stryker
Refreshing and penetrating Insights for Creative Growth. This book is Jerry´s newest contribution to the tool box of all serious musicians looking for new ways to expand their creative range. An easy read, Jerry presents a variety of ideas and material including universal patterns, techniques for tune learning, interval study and considerations, must-know voicings for pianists and non-pianists, Blues and Rhythm changes exploration, essential licks/patterns, and much more.
Uncommon Etudes From Common ScalesUncommon Etudes from Common Scales will better equip students and challenge improvisers of all levels with etudes that travel through all keys using common chord types. Also, expand your melodic and creative ability as an improviser and composer by applying Contrast to diatonic phrases! The etudes are suited for C, Bb and Eb treble clef instruments. The appendix features the changes for all etudes in the correct transposition to accompany Bb and Eb instruments. This volume of etudes by Mike Rossi is packed with appealing, swinging, modern, modal, model melodies. Like Dr. Rossi´s previous volume, Contrast and Continuity, this is a further contribution to learning contemporary jazz vocabulary, based on swing articulation and occasionally venturing into odd time signatures. Although intended for individual practise as preparation for soloing, selections from these etudes were performed by saxophone ensembles accompanied by rhythm section at recent jazz education conferences I attended and they sounded great. Like worthwhile etudes in every tradition, Uncommon Etudes focus on particular instructional outcomes while revealing the musical insights of a thoughtful and talented composer. Prof. Darius Brubeck, Honorary Research Associate, University of Kwazulu-Natal and IAJE Board: Africa/Middle East Representative. Following in the footsteps of his acclaimed Contrast and Continuity in Jazz Improvisation, Michael Rossi has crafted a book of etudes that are, at once, as educationally stimulating as they are musically fulfilling. A scintillating approach and a valuable addition to every improvising musician´s resource library! Chuck Owen, University of South Florida Distinguished University Professor Artistic Director, Center for Jazz Composition President, IAJE. Uncommon Etudes is the secret and cure for students and pros alike when practicing scales in all keys. These etudes are firstly MUSIC and also FUN to play. Combined with the etudes is Rossi´s unique Contrast concept, which transforms already hip-sounding, scale-based phrases into a multi-coloured CREATIVE sound and language. The virtual chord changes found in the appendix, allows concert instruments the opportunity to comp for transposing instruments, another excellent addition to an already great book. Ulrich Susse Composer. Once again. As he did with his last book, Contrast and Continuity in Jazz Improvisation, Mike has been studious in presenting material that is beyond the theoretical, but has practical and immediate use as a means of adding vocabulary to one´s playing. David Liebman. Uncommon Etudes from Common Scales by Professor Mike Rossi is a comprehensive addition to the field! This systematic method challenges, and intensifies, creative improvisational development utilizing melodic and rhythmic contrast. Exploring harmonic applications and related phrase development are strongly encouraged and integrated to internalize and expand the improviser´s perspective, fluency ... and musicality! Dennis Tini, Distinguished Professor of Music Co-Founder, Jazz Studies Program, Wayne State University-Detroit Past President