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(Jazz Book). Improv fundamentals for teachers and students, covering the blues, modes, scales, progressions and more, plus chapters on phrasing melodies, the "swing" concept, phraseology in modern jazz, chord nomenclature, and solo development.
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  • PDF | 88 pages
  • Hal Leonard (September 1, 1997)
  • English
  • 3
  • Arts & Photography

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  • By Alexandra L. Sweeton on July 27, 2006

    I purchased this book as I had a voice student interested in studying jazz improvisation/scat singing. It's been a long time since I studied it and DeRosa's book was a life saver. The lessons are clear, concise and designed for students and teachers alike. The book is organized in a progressive manner starting with the blues and working from there. DeRosa also included some great tips on introducing a new student to improvisation including which concepts one should emphasize for the beginning and which can be left until later - so as not to overwhelm a new (and oftentimes nervous/shy) student. I've been using the lessons with my student and I've found them really helpful and have seen a lot of improvement and increased confidence. I strongly recommend this book!


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