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Improvise for Real: The complete method for all instruments. (English Edition) de [Reed, David]
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Improvise for Real is the world's first step-by-step method that teaches you to improvise your own music through progressive exercises that anyone can do.

The method starts with very simple creative exercises that you can begin right away. As you progress, the method leads you on a guided tour through the entire world of modern harmony. You will be improvising your own original melodies from the very first day, and your knowledge will expand with each practice session as you explore and discover our musical system for yourself.

Improvise for Real brings together creativity, ear training, music theory and physical technique into a single creative daily practice that will show you the entire path to improvisation mastery. You will learn to understand the sounds in the music all around you and to improvise with confidence over jazz standards, blues songs, pop music or any other style you would like to play. And you'll be jamming, enjoying yourself and creating your own music every step of the way.

The method is open to all instruments and ability levels. The exercises are easy to understand and fun to practice. There is no sight reading required, and you don't need to know anything about music theory to begin. Already being used by both students and teachers in more than 20 countries, Improvise for Real is now considered by many people to be the definitive system for learning to improvise. If you have always dreamed of truly understanding music and being able to improvise with complete freedom on your instrument, this is the book for you!

Biografía del autor

David Reed’s mission is to teach all people how to connect with their own musical creativity and enjoy improvising and composing their own music. While his own musical background is primarily in jazz music, his approach to teaching improvisation is universal and applies to all styles of music.

During his early years of teaching musical improvisation for all instruments, David became increasingly frustrated with the clichés and formulas that are commonly taught in improvisation courses. He felt that these rules and formulas were forcing students into a very superficial relationship with improvising, and this often caused them more harm than good.

He began to imagine a different kind of improvisation method that would enable students to explore and discover the beautiful world of modern harmony for themselves. For more than 10 years David worked to develop a complete method that would give musicians this direct, personal experience with each sound in our musical system, taking students directly to the same understanding of harmony that is enjoyed by every great improviser.

The method is called Improvise for Real (IFR), and it is fast on its way to becoming the definitive system for learning to improvise. It is now being used by both students and teachers in more than 20 countries. David also provides jam tracks and other learning materials to support the entire IFR community. You can learn more at www.ImproviseForReal.com.

David currently spends most of the year in Amsterdam, Netherlands. His primary instrument is the nylon string guitar. He also enjoys playing both the trumpet and the piano. A musician for more than 30 years, his unique perspective on music and creativity is based on his experiences playing and teaching music in Brazil, Argentina, Spain, Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, Nicaragua and the United States.


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  • Editor: David Reed (2 de octubre de 2011)
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Tarde o temprano, todo músico aficionado (también otros, profesionales) se da cuenta de que su relación con la música es un "fraude". Nos relacionamos con ella únicamente desde la escritura musical y desde los sonidos de nuestro instrumento, pero no funcionamos como intermediaros, somos meros intérpretes, mejores o peores, de aquello que leemos.
Yo me dí cuenta, al ser capaz de tocar una pieza musical memorizada, de gran complicación, delante de gente, pero ser totalmente incapaz de tocar el Cumpleaños Feliz en una fiesta; ahí existía un error.
Tras años recopilando ejercicios para mejorar mi oído, e intentando hablar mediante mi instrumento, llego a este libro y me doy cuenta de que todos ellos están ahí simplificados; me podía haber ahorrado mucho trabajo y tiempo.
Hay cosas del libro que no me agradan tanto, creo que tampoco hay que sobresimplificarlo todo y que explica unas cosas de manera distinta a la teoría musical habitual, pero viniendo a ser lo mismo, y teniendo un lenguaje adquirido, no me apetece llamar a las cosas que conozco con otro nombre.
Este libro es totalmente recomendable para todo aquel músico cuya aspiración sea, como la mía, la de poder expresarse libremente con su instrumento.
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Para quem quer entender a música sem as complicações da notação e leitura musicais.
Faltam alguns exercícios/diagramas de natureza mais prática relativamente ao instrumento objeto de aprendizagem (guitarra).
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Review from an acoustic guitar player with two years' experience 10 de abril de 2014
Por Terence Coughlin Jr. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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David Reed's approach to melody, harmony, tonal center, chords - to appreciating the learning of music in general - is truly freeing. My mom was a high school music teacher and piano teacher, so I have some understanding of theory through osmosis (I didn't much care about music theory at the time, as I was a drummer), but everything David writes in this book about the frustration of memorizing theory/chord diagrams/scale patterns on guitar vs. this book's approach is absolutely on target in my own personal experience. My wife has zero musical background, and even she was able to understand - and replicate - the "magic key" of the major scale on our keyboard (as described in the book) instantly. She was simply amazed.

Our 9 year old son started piano lessons a few months ago, and while he tolerates theory and sheet music, the bulk of his time playing is recreating songs in his head via trial-and-error. I think kids naturally approach learning music in the manner David writes about, before all the strict practice regimen on traditional theory sucks the joy out of it for many of them. When my son heard me showing my wife the major scale, he walked over and played it all over the keyboard on his own. I asked him how he knew what he was doing, and his answer was illustrative - he said he just plays what sounds right in his head. This echoes a major sentiment of the book.

In short, this book was a revelation. By my read, it is not intended to be a direct 1-for-1 replacement of more traditional approaches to musical training - you still need to practice technique at your instrument - but rather it is a supplement, and it has heightened my personal enjoyment of learning and *experiencing* my guitar playing multiple times over.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Simple and effective 10 de septiembre de 2012
Por Kindle Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This book is the most fun you can have sitting down. The author introduces a series of exercises that methodically improves your ability to improvise. Some of them (like free singing the numbered tones in scales) you can do in your car, if you don't mind the stares. My favorite is improvising along with songs on the radio. Once you can do it with your voice, you can start to do it with your instrument.

Perhaps the most interesting thing (to me) has to do with starting a scale on the 2nd thru 7th notes instead of the first, to produce 6 more scales for every note. These scales were just sitting there waiting to be pointed out, like dark matter (assuming it exists).

I highly recommend this book. You will find, I think, that you already know how to improvise and just need the encouragement this book offers.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This should be the best way to start improvising! 16 de febrero de 2016
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Start from the very simple step, that is to understand the guitar (yes it has the piano part also) in a very clear & useful way, followed by fun & interesting steps of listening to YOUR own music & singing by your voice.

After reading this book, I realized that I've never truly listened to my guitar, even I have played many many pieces, but they are by others, I just play and then the music go away, I even have never thought of how a note sounds on my guitar.
Things have changed pretty much, I start my everyday practice by playing the Maps & singing along - the process which I believe a way of music creation and improvisation. To me, this is the very first step to explore the art of music.
I myself not yet applied many of the methods/techniques from the books, but the very first & simple steps are so effective that I think every body from a beginner to a pro can use.
Love my guitar more & believe that improvise is real :)
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Mind Change For Real 23 de septiembre de 2013
Por The Tank Evans - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Throw out the theory and all the rules and play some music! Excellent catalyst to exploring music from a fresh perspective. Lots of great advice and encouragement to just start playing and figure things out as you go. Highly recommended for seekers of experience. If you're looking for theory you won't find any here...and that in itself is a refreshing change in pace. Do your soul a favor: buy it, read it, play music.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The information in the book has completely changed my musical life for the better. I mean WAY better 27 de junio de 2017
Por Jet DeLeon - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I've been playing music for 30 years and singing professionally for about 15. I started studying jazz harmony in college and have noodled on the piano every since but not really getting very far in terms of truly creating music and improvising - i.e. - composing.

The information in the book has completely changed my musical life for the better. I mean WAY better. And I've only just started the first 2 exercises. The concept is amazingly simple, but extremely powerful. It's like he gave me the key to the musical universe.

One of the things David Reed teaches is what he calls "the 7 harmonic environments". Also known as modes.
As per David's instruction, I've been faithfully exploring the 7 harmonic environments daily. One each day.

By using the technique he teaches to explore these harmonic worlds, I noticed that they really started to stick in my mind/ear.
Yesterday at the mall I was noticing the music in the stores and recognizing songs that were in 1, 2, or 6.

It's interesting how many of the current hits are in the 6.

And as I was listening and figuring out which harmonic environment a song is in, I would check myself on a little keyboard app on my phone, and to my astonishment find that I was correct!

But even better than being "correct", I began to freely improvise along with the music just for the sheer joy of it!!!

I was never able to do this after all my years of ear training and theory study. At least not this quickly and easily.
This is a huge deal for a singer because we don't have buttons to push. We have to really KNOW the music inside ourselves.
And David Reed has and is continuing to show me how to do that. I know the rabbit hole goes a lot deeper... and I'm super stoked to
explore what else there is to discover in harmony and melody.

For the first time in my life, I feel like I'm actually CREATING (composing) and truly IMPROVISING... rather than just echoing a bunch of memorized licks and runs. I'm singing from my own imagination.. and I really can't think of anything more exciting and satisfying than that.

I will be eternally grateful. And I am absolutely excited about the lessons I have yet to discover in this book.

Thank you David Reed!!!
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