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Approaching the Standards, Volume 1 - Rhythm Section/Conductor (Book)

By Dr. Willie L. Hill, Jr.
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$27.95

Description:

For the "fearful to the fearless," Approaching the Standards is an innovative, user-friendly approach to jazz improvisation. Designed for the individual or group, each of the three volumes of this play-along CD contains eight classic jazz tunes. Each volume features a jazz group demo recorded by top pros in a jazz gig setting, clearly written musical examples, jazz vocabulary, transcription opportunities, informative composer insight, and a useful discography. Everything you need to begin improvising or to improve your jazz skills is included in Volumes 1, 2, and 3, available for C, B-Flat, E-Flat, and Bass Clef instruments. Volume 1 includes: Billie's Bounce * On the Trail * Cantaloupe Island * The Preacher * Summertime * Satin Doll * C Jam Blues * I Got Rhythm.

Song List:

  • Billie's Bounce
  • C Jam Blues (Instrumental)
  • Cantaloupe Island
  • I Got Rhythm
  • On The Trail
  • Satin Doll (Instrumental)
  • Summertime (From "Porgy And Bess")
  • The Preacher (Instrumental)

Additional Information:

Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Catalogue Number: 00-SBM00031CD
Northwest Product Number: 124-0108-00-014

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