- Tapa blanda: 136 páginas
- Editor: Mel Bay; Edición: Pap/Com (30 de abril de 2013)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0970057601
- ISBN-13: 978-0970057600
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- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº208.206 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
Green Andrew Jazz Guitar Structures Guitar Book/CD +CD (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 30 abr 2013
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For guitarists, the technical learning curve for improvisation is fairly steep. For this reason, it is important to find multiple uses for the musical structures that you learn to execute. This approach decreases the learning curve considerably. Jazz Guitar Structures shows you how to expand your improvising vocabulary by combining small, easily identifiable melodic ideas (structures) into longer, more complex lines. In standard notation with companion CD.
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The best thing about Andrew's two books I have (Comping is the other I have) is they way he presents things. The examples he gives allow you to understand the concept and then later know how to easily apply it. So many books give too few examples that are so easily applicable outside the book.
To get a better idea of the contents of the book, check out Andrew Green's website at [...] This along with his Comping book have been two of my favorite books in a while. Know that both of these books require reading skills (no tab) and they are not aimed at beginners.
This book details an approach that includes hearing, facility and visualization exercises by which the reader gains experience in hearing and applying familiar melodic figures to most chord types. This approach really helps to reduce the seemingly huge amount of material that one can feel confronted with when working at jazz improvisation. This is not a book of licks or stylistic examples. Rather, it is a detailed approach to making the greatest use of short melodic structures. What excites me is that this approach, once mastered, will enable a person to fully develop many, many uses for melodic structures as they come into one's musical consciousness. As a student of improvisation, I have read interviews with the masters where one will refer to hearing one of her or his favorite players apply an idea in many different contexts. I am quite sure that "Jazz Guitar Structures" provides a method with which to do that. This is excellent material.
or maybe it was because it wasn't clear enough. The material is precisely
organized and the examples sound great. This gave me another way to hear
bebop, recognizing some structures.
You have a lot to work on this stuff to make it comes naturally, but the
challenge is really worthy, so good luck !