Newly revised and compiled in two volumes with CD play-along tracks, these original tunes are built on chord changes from jazz standards, just the way the great jazz musicians of the past have done. Volume One is mostly easy to intermediate. Each book is compatible, so any combination of instruments can play together, including rhythm section.
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Date de publication : 01/07/2011Difficulté : (2 à 6/8) Facile à difficileFormat : 21 x 29,7 cmMatériel : PartitionInstrumentation : Piano-jazzCaractéristiques : Jazz Le Timothy Hayward Songbook rassemble 121 thèmes de jazz et représente 10 années de composition intense, Chaque thème a son univers propre, différencié par sa forme, son tempo ou son style de jeu, offrant ainsi une progression entre les pièces, Certaines sont basées sur des grilles d´accords originales, d´autres au contraire s´appuient sur des grilles de «standards» du jazz, On y trouvera notamment certains thèmes arrangés à 2, 3 voix ou plus, Tout musicien de jazz appréciera la diversité originale du répertoire de ce jeune compositeur franco-américain,I met Timothy in Paris, what a great Alto Saxophonist and composer, I hired Tim to join The Spirit of Life Ensemble (USA), We enjoy playing and recording his incredible compositions! I highly recommend this book to all serious Jazz musicians,Bob Ferrel (Trombonist - Duke Ellington Orchestra w/Mercer Ellington) I have always enjoyed playing Tim’s music, I find his tunes to be both challenging and fun to play, I was honored when Tim dedicated one of his compositions to me, I am sure that this collection of his music will be an invaluable resource to both the aspiring musician and the seasoned pro,Michael Cochrane (Pianist) As a young talented musician Tim has all the musical crafts that will take him far in his musical career, I´m very proud, and sure he will go a long way,Gus Nemeth (Bassist) Timothy´s sonic universe encompasses everything from canon perpetuusto Cannonball Adderley, raï to rap, bebop to beatbox and beyond, I´m proud to have participated in his musical journeys as his teacher, sideman, and especially as his friend, Of the 121 compositions collected here, I´ve had the opportunity to play about 57 with the maëstro himself, and look forward to discovering the rest of them!Tom McClung (Pianist)
Grâce à la série Jazz Play Along vous pourrez jouer les thème de vos séries télé préférées. Partitions pour instruments en Bb, Eb et C + CD audio contenant 2 versions de chaque morceaux (1 démo compléte + une version sans soliste).Titres :Bandstand Boogie; Theme From Family Guy; Theme From ´Frasier´; Hawaii Five-O Theme; The Odd Couple; Theme From The Simpsons; Theme From Spider Man; Theme From Star Trek
Learn to play jazz guitar with 20 classic jazz standards. Each song is fully explored, including comping, soloing, and chord/melody approaches.Foggy Day - All the Things You Are - Alone Together - Beautiful Love - Body Sou Bye Bye Blackbird - Honeysuckle Rose - How High the Moon - I Can´t Get Started I Could Write A Book - I Love You - Invitation - Just Friends - Lover Man - Moonlight in Vermont - Satin Doll - Watch What Happens - What´s New Yesterdays - You Stepped Out of a Dream
This second volume of Jazz Guitar Standards contains a collection of 22 Jazz standards each containing a chord melody, a comping etude and a single-note solo. All arrangements are presented in standard notation and tablature for the beginning to intermediate guitarist. Arrangements by Chris Buzzelli, Dave Frackenpohl, Barry Greene, Sid Jacobs, LaRue Nickelson, John C. Purse, Bruce Saunders, Rick Stone, Ron Berman and Jack Wilkins.All of You - April in Paris - As Time Goes By - Bluesette - But Not For Me - Can´t Help Lovin´ Dat Man - East of the Sun (and West of the Moon) - Embraceable You - In Your Own Sweet Way - It Don´t Mean a Thing (If It Ain´t Got That Swing) - I´ve Got You Under My Skin - Long Ago (and Far Away) - Misty - My Funny Valentine - Night and Day - Smoke Gets in Your Eyes - Someone to Watch Over Me - Speak Low - Summertime - The Way You Look Tonight - What Is This Thing Called Love? - You Go To My Head
Jerry Coker´s Creative Nudge is an HGH (human growth harmone) for jazz musicians - only legal and void of dangerous side effects. It is an improviser´s steroid that stimulates artistic growth by refocusing energy into specific areas of study and practice. Coker speaks candidly to all jazz musicians - from beginners to advanced players - in a manner that is structured, but not pedantic; conversational, yet impassioned. Its 63 pages contain wisdom gleaned by a life dedicated to and enriched by jazz improvisation.-- Steve Crews, master Jazz Pianist and member of the Jamey Aebersold Jazz QuartetI´m all of one chapter into this pamphlet and am blown away by the positive nature of Coker´s outlook. I am so glad I bought this and cannot put it down!-- Rick Schrenker, Jamey Aebersold Jazz customer from MassachussettsI love your new book! I just read it and really identified with much of the book - particularly melodies and tunes in my head all day & night. I have also always felt that the pinnacle of playing is not a performance but the practicing. I get a lot more pleasure practicing that I do performing - often because it´s my escape into a world all my own and my performances don´t compare to what I play at home. I also loved the aesthetics chapter and couldn´t agree more. You really brightened up my world! Your teaching guidelines mirror your love of teaching and should be guidelines for all of us! You continue to inspire!-- Rick Simerly, jazz trombonist and Summer Jazz Workshops faculty memberExplores the hows, whats, and whys of practice, performance, technique, and musicianship. Sometimes, it only takes a nudge to move your playing to the next level. 6x9 paperback.Why do musicians choose Jazz Improvisation as an outlet for creativity? Why are we creating this music and who are we creating it for? All you need is a little information.Master Jazz Educator Jerry Coker has put together this wonderfully structured text summarizing several important topics regarding Jazz and Jazz Improvisation; giving us all that much needed nudge.Features:Jazz Study PreparationAchieving Maximum ResultsVehicle/Tune-TypesInstrumental Techniques and ToneScales and Keyboard ActivitiesListening and Ear TrainingTeaching JazzRepertoireand Much More!
This is the definitive study of chord progressions of hundreds of carefully chosen tunes from the jazz musician’s repertoire, comparing them, linking them together by commonalities, and codifying harmonic traits that will clarify the reader’s understanding of how progressions work. It not only provides the means to learn and memorize tunes more easily, but also becomes the key to acquiring the skill to cognize progressions by ear!It not only provides the means to learn and memorize tunes more easily, but also becomes the key to acquiring the skill to cognize progressions by ear!There is more. The Preface explains how we hear and understand music, establishes the methods by which we can learn to develop our musical hearing more efficiently, and addresses the importance of attitudes, as they affect the learning process. The Afterword offers further encouragement, suggests ways to continue to study, and ways to personalize the materials beyond what is presented here. Appendix A reveals the valuable list of nearly 500 tunes used in this study, indicating which tunes contain more than one harmonic trait, which facilitates more efficient choices of tunes to learn. Appendix B renders valuable, ear-opening tips for ear training. And Appendix C illustrates road maps for ten tunes, showing how progressions can be more easily understood, memorized, played, and transposed to any key!
Noted jazz pianist, composer, recording artist and educator Andy LaVerne has drawn from his decades of experience playing with master musicians from Getz to Lovano to create this comprehensive compendium of contemporary moving voicings. Quartal, quintal, drop 2, dominant 7b9/diminished, triadic, whole tone and chromatic performance proven voicings pioneered by McCoy Tyner, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, and Andy himself are presented and fleshed out in all twelve keys. This book picks up where others leave off, enabling you to replace static chords with voicings that move melodically, dramatically, and gracefully over the entire range of the keyboard. Firmly rooted in contemporary jazz theory, the emphasis is on practical performance applications. Andy ties it all together with illustrations of comping choruses for five standard jazz tunes. Chords in Motion satisfies a long awaited need in actual comping situations, and shows you how to move chords through varying harmonic rhythms. FINALLY – a book that gives you moving voicings, and sets them in motion in all twelve keys. Chords in Motion is a valuable resource for all keyboardists, arrangers, and instrumentalists. Activate, animate, and energize your comping with this encyclopedic volume. 156 pages, spiral bound for easy opening.Andy carries the flame of jazz piano tradition and just great music. He always inspires me.Chick CoreaThis is a great book! I am going to sit down and play through this!! I am always telling my non-piano playing students how important it is to work with (and internalize) the sounds that we live with all our lives as Jazz musicians. Coltrane spent years sitting at the piano and so should all of us!!!John PatitucciBerklee College of MusicOne thing about Andy…he is complete as can be and has been consistently so for years in both his teaching materials and playing. He is completely knowledgeable in such a way that when I play with him, I know he KNOWS!! Plus he is one of the smoothest and polished of players around. Great book…encyclopedic in content.Dave LiebmanFounder, Artistic Director, International Association of Schools of Jazz (IASJ)I´ve played and recorded with Andy LaVerne many times over the years and in many different settings and he´s always come up with the hippest, most interesting chords in the most musical way! His way of playing and looking at chords inspires me as a drummer and his rhythm section partner to play things that are in turn inspiring to the rest of the band. This book, helps musicians, understand, in a clear thoughtful presentation, how to go about getting this together.Billy DrummondJazz Drummer, Educator, Juilliard, NYUChords in Motion is an outstanding and comprehensive guide by Andy LaVerne, whose encyclopedic knowledge, decades of experience and brilliance as a performer and educator make this an invaluable handbook of modern jazz piano harmony. Its user-friendly, intelligent design enables musicians to expand their harmonic palette and potentially transform their playing, writing and arranging. Chords in Motion is an invaluable contribution to jazz musicians!Lynne ArrialeJazz Pianist, Composer, Educator, Associate Professor of Jazz Piano, Director of Small Ensembles, University of North FloridaChords in Motion is exactly the book I´d expect from Andy LaVerne. It´s clear, openhearted and inspiring, as has been every conversation I´ve had with Andy over the years. Long a fan of his playing, I have enjoyed this look behind the curtain at how Andy LaVerne formulated his signature style. One other thing -- any pianist, no matter his/her approach, will gain insight into what will surely be new and exciting musical directions.Pete MalinverniJazz Pianist, Educator, Director of Jazz Studies, SUNY Purchase College Conservatory of MusicWhat a great resource for expanding the harmonic palette! Chords in Motion is a must have for the aspiring young jazz pianist as well as the seasoned veteran. Another winner from Andy!Paul SchmelingJazz Pianist, Educator, Chair Emeritus, Piano Department, Berklee College of MusicIn Chords in Motion, I recognize chords and sounds that have inspired me to compose and play: harmony from the music of Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock and McCoy Tyner. This book is well organized, and from the beginning gets you playing. Each chord structure is explained and developed. There is plenty to practice. I especially like the exercises using contrary motion, arpeggiation & pivot, and the application...