. the scale in all twelve keys - two octaves up and down with complete fingerings
. chords and left hand voicings that can be used with the scale
. ideas for applying the material
. transcriptions and/or etudes using the scale
. ideas for further study and listening
. detailed instructions and suggestions on how to practice the material
. opportunity to contact the author online if questions arise
This book explores the Aeolian mode and its use in jazz improvisation. It provides an entry point for the student who is exploring modes for the first time. Beginning improvisors will find that the approach in this book allows them quickly to begin applying the Aeolian mode to simple chord progressions. Volume 6 also offers an introduction to 'shell' voicings. Like the other
books in this series, this book offers melodic examples that you can practice as well as listen to on the Muse Eek website. The goal is to provide you with enough guidance to work confidently on your own so that you become comfortable integrating the use of the scales into your improvisation.
This book is based on Roberta Piket's twenty-plus years of educational experience. In addition to her private students and her experience coaching jazz ensembles at Long Island University, Roberta has given clinics or masterclasses at the Eastman school of Music, Rutgers University, California Institute of the Arts, Macalester College, Duke University, and countless middle and high schools throughout the U.S., Europe and Japan.
An unusual feature of this book is the author's availability to answer questions on the material at the Muse Eek Publishing website, creating an interactive learning experience for the student.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Marca||Muse Eek Publishing POD|
|Ano da edição||2007|
|Número de Páginas||48|