EASY JAZZ CONCEPTION - Jim Snidero - Viola

15 Solo Etudes For Jazz Phrasing, Interpretation and Improvisation
R$ 104,99

Disponibilidade: Em estoque

Código: ADV14771

Editora: Advance Music

Idioma: Inglês

Autor/Artista: Jim Snidero

Instrumento: Viola

Um dos aspectos mais importantes para se tocar bem qualquer estilo musical é a interpretação dentro do idioma e feel específico. No jazz , saber o fraseado de standards e famosas progressões de acordes é essencial para soar convincente e autêntico. Esta série possui uma coleção de 15 solos baseados em progressões famosas e é destinado aos músicos que buscam proficiência e prática dentro do jazz. São duas gravações para cada tema. Uma com a banda completa, e outra sem o solo. Portanto, você tem a referência do solista, e pode analisar as articulações e interpretações utilizadas, e em seguida pode praticar com uma respeitável rhythm section, repleta de músicos conceituados, que lhe darão todo o suporte para solar e improvisar. As gravações são de ótima qualidade, e os temas de muito bom gosto, destinados ao iniciante no estudo da improvisação.


ACOMPANHA CD


ACOMPANHA CD
Partitura
15 Temas
Ed. Advance Music

Sinopse Original:

One of the most important aspects of playing any style of music well is to interpret it in an idiomatically correct way. In jazz, knowing how to phrase common melodies and rhythms, swinging and developing a good tone are all essential eleements in sounding both convincing and authentic. Easy Jazz Conception is a collection of 15 solo etudes based on standard chord progressions and blues that is intended to give musicians, unfamiliar with the jazz idiom, a basic proficiency in jazz style. If you're not sure how something is phrased, refer to the recording. Ultimately, you have to listen to the recording and emulate the way the soloist phrases.

There are two tracks on the CD for each etude. One track has the soloist playing the etude with the rhythm section (soloist/rhythm section track) and the other track is the rhythm section only (rhythm section track). You should listen to the track with the soloist a few times before playing each etude to hear how it's performed. Listen for tone, time feel, phrasing, articulation, vibrato and musical interpretation. These elements of style can be quite subtle, so listen closely! Next play along with the soloist/rhythm section track, trying to match the soloist style. After you've played along with the soloist/rhythm section track several times, go to the rhythm section only track and see if you can recreate the performance of the soloist. Rememmber, concentrate on style. You might even want to record yourself playing along with the rhythm section track and compare it to the soloist/rhythm section track. You can also practice the solos with just a metronome at different tempos. To improvise during an etude, alternate between the etude and improvising. For example, p1ay the first chorus, improovise on the second chorus until the last A section, then play the last A section out.

Músicos:

Dave Hazeltine - Piano
Paul Gill - Bass
Kenny Washington - Drums
Mark Feldman - Viola