Learn ten jazz guitar standards, arranged for solo guitar. These performance-ready arrangements demonstrate different ways to interpret jazz standards and render them for solo guitar performance. Each includes a technical introduction from the arranger, discussing his motivations and identifying some of the defining aspects of each approach, such as the use of line cliché, harmony, song form, and modality. In learning these arrangements, you will gain insight into how to craft your own solos. Arrangements include: Dedicated to You • I'm Glad There Is You • My Foolish Heart • Stella by Starlight • You Don't Know What Love Is • and more.
- Dedicated To You Sammy Cahn Saul Chaplin Hy Zaret
- Duke Ellington's Sound Of Love Charles Mingus
- I'm Glad There Is You In This World Of Ordinary People Paul Madeira Jimmy Dorsey
- In A Sentimental Mood Duke Ellington Irving Mills Manny Kurtz
- Little Girl Blue Lorenz Hart Richard Rodgers
- My Foolish Heart Ned Washington Victor Young Demensions
- My Romance Lorenz Hart Richard Rodgers
- Out Of Nowhere Edward Heyman Johnny Green Buddy De Franco
- Stella By Starlight Ned Washington Victor Young Ray Charles
- You Don't Know What Love Is Don Raye Gene Depaul Carol Bruce
Publisher: Berklee Press (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 50449653
Northwest Product Number: 124-0219-30-001
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