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Comprehensive Technique For Jazz Musicians
재즈 뮤지션을 위한 종합 테크닉 교본
For All Instruments

출판사Houston Publishing
저자Bert Ligon
아이템 #00030455
ISBN9780634001765
분량336 페이지
원산지미국


모든 악기의 재즈를 공부하는 학생들을 위한 실용적이고 종합적인 재즈 테크닉 교본입니다.
논리적으로 잘 짜인 내용들이 재즈와 클래식 음악에서 실제 사용되는 예제들을 통해 자세히 설명되어 있습니다.
재즈 연주의 기술, 작곡, 이론 등이 다양한 예제들과 함께 이론적으로 잘 소개되어 있는 재즈 공부의 필독서입니다.


- Contents -

INTRODUCTION
Technique
Book Format
Improvisation

I. BASIC EXERCISES
Routine
Tips for Practice
Practicing by Limiting
Practice in all Twelve Keys
Scales for Improvisation
Scale Practice
Arpeggio & Broken Chord Practice
Other Melodic Scale & Arpeggio Patterns
 Patterns with 3rds
 Patterns with Neighbor Tones
 Cyclical Quadruplets
 Diatonic Chords
 Diatonic Seventh Chords
Chromatic Embellishment
 Diatonic Triads with Lower Neighbor Tone Embellishment
 Neighbor Tones Applied to Arpeggios & Broken Chords
 Upper Neighbor Tones
 Lower Neighbor Tones
 Combining Upper & Lower Neighbor Tones on Arpeggio & Broken Chord Exercises
 Encircling Chord Tones with Upper & Lower Neighbor Tones
 Scales Preceded with Upper & Lower Neighbor Tone Encircling
 Common Chromatic Approach

II. 7th & 9th CHORD ARPEGGIOS
Seventh Chords
Ninth Chords
Arpeggios preceded with Upper & Lower Neighbor Tone Encircling

III. TRIADS & GENERALIZATION
Pitch Hierarchy
Basic Elaborations of Triads
 F Major Triad
 F Minor Triad
Triad Motive Developed
Triadic Elaboration
Logo Variations
Triadic Generalization
 Triadic Musical Examples
 Application of Triadic Generalization
Broken Chord Exercises
Blues Lines
Blues Scale Musical Examples
 Major Blues Scale
 Minor Blues Scale
 Combination of Major & Minor Blues Scales
General Blues Exercises
Blues Lines & Ending Riffs

IV. MELODIC MINOR SCALE EXERCISES
Melodic Minor Scales & Modes
Seventh Mode: Supcrlocrian
 #9-♭9-R-7 Pattern
 Minor 1-2-3-5 Pattern
 Major 1-2-3-5 Pattern
 Combination of 1-2-3-5 Patterns
 Ø7 Arpeggios over Altered Dominant 7th
Lydian Dominant
Lydian Augmented
Locrian #2
Combination of Modes
Melodic Minor Exercises
 Arpeggio Patterns from Melodic Minor
 1-2-3-5 & 1-2-3-4-5 Patterns from Melodic Minor
 1-2-3-5 Pattern Variations
 Triads
Tritonc Substitution & Melodic Minor Chords
Relationship of Altered Dominants, Lydian Dominants & Melodic Minor Scales
Secondary Dominants & Tritonc Substitution

V. DIMINISHED SCALE EXERCISES
Whole-Half Diminished Scales
Half-Whole Diminished Scales
Diminished Scale Musical Examples
Diminished Scale Exercises
Diminished Scale Lines over Traditional Harmony

VI. MOTIVIC & PENTATONIC PATTERNS
C Major Pentatonic & its Relative A Minor Pentatonic
C Major Pentatonic & its Parallel C Minor Pentatonic
Basic Pentatonic Exercises
Diatonic Triads of the Major Pentatonic Scale
Diatonic Triads of the Major Pentatonic Scale in All Inversions
Superimposition Formulas
Side-Slipping & Planing
Quartal Sounds
Exercises for Planing & Side-Slipping
Three Note Melodic Motives
Four Note Melodic Motives
Five Note Melodic Motives
Six Note Melodic Motives
Eight Note Melodic Motives
Pentatonic Applications over Traditional Harmony
Motivic Development
Motivic & Compositional Development Devices

VII. 1-2-3-5 PATTERNS
Major 1-2-3-5 & Minor 1-2-3-5 Patterns
Exercises
Application to individual Chords
Exercises
1-2-3-5 Exercises Applied to Harmonic Progressions
 1-2-3-5 Patterns in Cadences to Major
 1-2-3-5 Patterns in Cadences to Minor
 1-2-3-5 Patterns over Turnarounds
Exploring Mathematical Possibilities
1-2-3-5 Patterns Applied to Standard Jazz Compositions
1-2-3-5 Patterns Contradicting the Harmony

VIII. TRIADIC SUPERIMPOSITION
Superimposition of Major Triads over Major 7th Chords
Superimposition of Major Triads over Minor 7th Chords
Superimposition of Major Triads over Dominant 7th Chords
Superimposition of Minor Triads over Dominant 7th Chords
Superimposition of Major Triads over Half & Full Diminished 7th Chords
Triad Super Imposition Exercises
Triad Superimposition Applied
More Exercises

IX. LINEAR IMPLICATIONS OF HARMONY
Compound Melodies

X. EXTENSIONS & CONNECTIONS
Extended Tertian Exercises
Arpeggio Extensions Exercises

XI. AUGMENTED SCALE EXERCISES
Augmented Seale Exercises

XII. QUARTAL EXERCISES
Extended Quartal Arpeggios Applied to Harmonie Progression in Minor

XIII. DOMINANT CHORD CYCLES

XIV. DEVELOPING JAZZ EXERCISES

XV. OUTLINE EXERCISES
Outlines over ii7 - V7 in Major
Outlines over iio7 - V7 in Minor
Outline Exercises
 Outlines over Key Center Cycle
 Outlines in Combinations
 Common Chromatic Approaches
 Outlines over Longer Progressions
 More ii7 - V7 - 1 & iiØ7 - V7 - i Exercises
Developing & Practicing Outline Exercises
How to Ixam Exercise 15.114 in All Major Keys
Exercises with Quicker Harmonic Rhythm
Outlines in Combinations Elaborated
Excerpts from Solo Transcription

XVI. APPLICATIONS & ETUDES
Learn the Melody
Agendas
Application of Several Concepts over One Progression, Part One
Application of Several Concepts over One Progression, Part Two
Application of Several Concepts over One Progression, Part Three
Etudes on Standard Progressions
 Etude No. 1
 Etude No. 2
 Etude No. 3
Blues Etudes
 Blues Etude No. 1
 Blues Etude No. 2
 Blues Etude No. 3
 Blues Etude No. 4
 Blues Etude No .5
 Blues Etude No. 6
 Blues Etude No. 7
More Etudes on Standard Progressions
 Etude No. 4
 Etude No. 5
 Etude No. 6
 Etude No. 7

CODA


 

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