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REINHARDT DJANGO, UNDISCOVERED INEDIT. CD TABLATURE

REINHARDT DJANGO, UNDISCOVERED INÉDIT. 5 original "Swing" pieces: montagne Sainte-Geneviève -Gagoug -Chez Jacquet (A la petite Chaumière) -Choti -Djalamichto. CD TAB.

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€18,99

TAYLOR MARTIN GUITAR METHOD LIBRO CD TABLATURE CHITARRA JAZZ FINGERPICKING

TAYLOR MARTIN, GUITAR METHOD. CD TAB.

Product Description:
The Martin Taylor Guitar Method offers you the chance to study with one of the giants of jazz guitar. Hailed by guitar legend Chet Atkins as "One of the greatest and most impressive guitarists in the world today..." and celebrated by New York's Jazz Times as "Europe's finest guitarist," Martin shares the secrets of his style for the first time in this amazing tutor.

Learn how Martin creates solo guitar arrangements of jazz standards via a series of progressive studies aimed at introducing guitarists of intermediate level and beyond to the world of arranging and solo performance.

All music examples are transcribed in standard notation with tablature and played by Martin himself on the accompanying CD. You won't get a better chance to study with one of the instrument's true masters!

Foreword
Introduction

Chapters
Quick Start Jazzy
Tuning
Fretboard Geography
Don't Call Them Chords
Tenths
Basslines
Right Hand Technique
Left Hand Technique
Phrasing
Rhythm
Tone
Special Effects
The 'Danny Boy' Variations
Bhai Bhai Blues

Appendices
i) Guitar Design
A look at Martin Taylor's gear and signature guitar.

ii) Jive Talking
An interview with Martin Taylor about improvisation and how he built up his legendary chord melody chops.

Martin Taylor
MARTIN TAYLOR, MBE

"There is a touch of genius in Martin Taylor's playing." - CLASSICAL GUITAR MAGAZINE

The virtuoso guitarist Martin Taylor first came to prominence in the late 1970's through his collaborations with the jazz violin legend Stephane Grappelli, and now tours the world's concert halls with his dazzling live performances.

He began playing at the age of four when his father, jazz bassist Buck Taylor, gave him a small acoustic guitar as a present. A totally self taught guitarist, he learned to play by listening to his father's records and trying to imitate what he heard. Seven years later he was playing in local bands and gained the respect and admiration of professional musicians who were amazed by the young boy they called "The Guitar Wizard." Although inspired initially by the Gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt, it was to be piano players, most notably Art Tatum, that caught his imagination and set him on the path of developing his own individual style of solo playing.

In 1978 he made his debut album Taylor Made for Wave Records and the following year received a call from Stephane Grappelli inviting him to play on a series of concerts in France. Shortly after those concerts he joined Stephane on a coast-to-coast tour of the U. S., including New York's Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl. It was the beginning of an eleven year collaboration which took in numerous world tours, and over 20 albums including recordings with Michel Legrand, Peggy Lee, Yehudi Menuhin, Nelson Riddle and several film soundtracks including the Louis Matle movie Milou en Mai and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels starring Steve Martin and Michael Caine.

Alongside his work with Grappelli, Martin was also pursuing his own solo career and in 1987 had great commercial success in America with his Los Angeles recorded album Sarabanda. In 1993 he made his first solo album for Linn Records Artistry, which topped the UK jazz charts for six weeks and made him the biggest selling British jazz artist in the UK. The following year he formed his group "Spirit of Django," and their first recording for Linn Records also proved to be a best selling jazz album and was nominated best album in the British Jazz Awards and Martin was voted best guitarist for the seventh time in a row. Even people who are not familiar with Martin's work will have heard him many times with his version of Robert Palmer's Johnny and Mary, which was used on the famous cult TV ads with "Nicole-Papa" for the Renault Clio. In 1999 he signed a recording contract with Sony Jazz, making two critically acclaimed albums Kiss and Tell and Nitelife. He has also collaborated with many musicians outside of jazz including Yes guitarist Steve Howe and country guitar legend Chet Atkins. He was also featured on the Prefab Sprout album Andromeda Heights, and has recorded with George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Chris Rea, and ex-Rolling Stone Bill Wyman.

In 1998 Martin founded the Kirkmichael International Guitar Festival in his home village in Scotland, which has now become one of the biggest guitar festivals in the world. He also founded Guitars For Schools, which promotes the teaching of guitars in primary schools. Through his work he has raised money to pay for guitars and tuition for hundreds of school children throughout South West Scotland. Over the years he has received many awards and honours including The Freedom of the City of London, the Gold Badge Of Merit from the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters, and was made an Honorary Doctor of the University of Paisley, Scotland in celebration of 25 years in music. In 2002, on the recommendation of the British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Martin was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for Services to Jazz Music, in the Queen's Jubilee Birthday Honours List, making him the first jazz guitarist ever to receive an honour from the Queen. His autobiography for Sanctuary Publishing "Kiss and Tell" is available worldwide.

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€29,99

WALKING BASS LINES FOR GUITAR-PILLARD CD LIBRO SPARTITI ACCORDI TEORIA METODO CHITARRA JAZZ

WALKING BASS LINES FOR GUITAR. Pillard. CD TAB.

Product Description:
This book and CD teaches excellent techniques to use for walking bass lines on guitar when playing in a duet format, either with another guitar player or with a singer or other instrumentalists. The idea of this book is to give a few answers to the question, "How do I harmonize walking bass lines when I've never done it before?". We will take the principal chords, major 7, 6, dominant 7, minor, diminished, and minor 7 flat 5 and walk bass lines on the sixth or fifth string. Written in notation and tablature.

Contents:
Harmonization of the Walking Bass
How to Harmonize the Chords
Major 7th Chords
Dominant 7th Chords
Dominant 7b9 Chord
Diminished 7th Chords
Minor 7th Chords
Minor 7b5 Chords
Alternative Positions on String 5
Different Rhythms
Examples with Syncopated Rhythms
Example of Walking on G7
Major II-V-I Cadence (String 6)
Major II-V-I Cadence (String 5)
Minor II-V-I Cadence (String 6)
Minor II-V-I Cadence (String 5)
Example on II-V-I Cadence
Blues
Autumn Trees
Days of Water and Tulips
Walking by Moonlight
Tune-Down
Lunar
Rodeo

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€26,99

A MODERN METHOD FOR GUITAR VOLUME 1-William Leavitt-Berklee Press-LIBRO CON CD IN ITALIANO

A MODERN METHOD FOR GUITAR VOLUME 1. William Leavitt. In italiano. CD

Questo libro è nato per rispondere a due scopi precisi: 1° Per insegnare allo studente la lettura musicale; I "trucchi" per imparare a leggere e 2° Per il graduale sviluppo dell'abilità di entrambe le mani. È questa la parte fisica dello studio della chitarra. L'acquisizione di una tecnica strumentale è frutto di un processo di accomulazione per cui ad ogni ripasso del materiale già studiato si avrà chiara la sensazione di una maggiore facilità.

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€27,99

A MODERN METHOD FOR GUITAR VOLUME 2 William Leavitt Berklee LIBRO CD EDIZIONE ITALIANO SPARTITI

A MODERN METHOD FOR GUITAR VOLUME 2. William Leavitt. senza Tablature. In italiano con Cassetta

Questo libro è la continuazione del I volume. La maggior parte della terminologia e delle tecniche rappresenta una diretta evoluzione del materiale presentato nel primo. Anche qui tutta la musica è originale ed è stata creata specificatamente per presentare e perfezionare ogni lezione.

Price: €22,99
€22,99

ADVANCED JAZZ GUITAR IMPROVISATION BARRY GREENE CD LIBRO METODO SPARTITI CHITARRA

ADVANCED JAZZ GUITAR IMPROVISATION, B. Greene. CD TAB.

Written for the intermediate to advanced jazz guitarist, this book assumes an adequate knowledge of chord scales and jazz theory. The topics include playing modally, chord substitutions, Coltrane substitutions, diminished and melodic minor scales as well as dealing with pentatonics. Companion CD included.

Price: €23,99
€23,99

COMPLETE FINGERSTYLE JAZZ GUITAR BOOK ALAN De MAUSE CD TABLATURE CHITARRA LIBRO METODO

COMPLETE FINGERSTYLE JAZZ GUITAR BOOK. Mause CD TAB.

Product Description:
This book is complete in the sense that there is something for everyone: beginners, intermediate players and professionals. Along with learning the basics, this book teaches fingerstyle guitar players to play two-string harmonies, accompaniment styles and much more. Alan De Mause has filled the companion CD to capacity with 90 examples of music from his landmark text. The recording features nylon-string guitar throughout in both solo and midi-accompanied settings. A full range of jazz guitar stylings is offered, starting from square one and proceeding through advanced fingerstyle solo material. 184 PAGES

Format: Book/CD Set
Series: Complete

Contents:

SECTION ONE: Getting Started with Fingerstyle Jazz Guitar

INTRODUCTION
Being your own band
About the author
Acknowledgments

SECTION ONE/PART 1: Guitars, hand positions, fingerstyle strokes
Your guitar
Centering the guitar
Naming fingers
Right arm and hand position
Melody playing with the rest stroke
When hammering your nails
Let two fingers do the walking
On the other hand, the left--
Restrain the wayward thumb
May I presume--?
Open strings: E, B, and G
Three notes on open strings
Music, meter, and measures
Three beats per measure
Time signatures: 3/4
Time signatures: 4/4
Four beats per measure
Picking pairs of alternating fingers: m-a
Quarter notes, half notes, and whole notes
Matching right hand fingers with strings
Rematch
Open choice on open strings
Thumbing along freely
E, A, and D
Digging deep
Fingers and thumb
Uppers and lowers
Reader's choice

SECTION ONE/ Part 2: Learning the blues: fretted notes, rests
The old open six
The new fretted two
Left-hand technique
B, E, and some friends
The oldies and the newies
Make a blues sound
Blues background
Go form a blues
A and D complete the blues scale
Picking up notes
E blues scale
Time for a rest
Go and Stop
Stopping an open string from ringing
Damping
Thumb work
Strings 'n things
Accuracy in notation
Something simple
Too simple?
Music in two parts
Rests in two part music
Ties that bind
Not so hard
Try it, you'll like it
Twofers
One more note
Lower ledger lines workout with G
Complete two octave blues scale
Try it two ways
Let it rip blues trip
Sun rhythmics
House of the Rising Sun

SECTION ONE/ Part 3: Rhythming around
Can we talk?
Swimming in rhythm
Find a rhythmic reference
Basic and specific rhythms
Review of whole note, half note, quarter note, and rest equivalents
Take a rest (notes and rests)
Ties that bind
Dots incredible
Equivalent tied and dotted notes
Rhythm in 3/4 time
Two part rhythm
Blues with the whole thing

SECTION ONE/ Part 4: The flow of jazz: Eighth notes
Simple eighths
Counting eighths
Eighth notes and others
Talking to yourself
Mixes bag of note values
Take a rest
Simple ties that bind
Swinging the blues
Doo-ba Doo-ba blues
Eighth notes with mixed rests
Ties in disguise?
Same guise with ties: Eighth-Quarter-Eighth and Tie
Same guys with rests: Half rest-Quarter rest-Eighth rest
The readability factor
Dots and ties incredible
Ties with dotted note equivalents
Dotted quarter notes with eighth notes and eighth note rests
Dot's all in 3/4, folks
Pause to catch your wind and finish up
Rhythmic review
Bop Stop

SECTION ONE/ Part 5: All together, now
Playing to or more strings simultaneously
Two strings and parts, one rhythm, same bass notes
As above, with a variety of bass notes
More note movement
pattern playing
Rhythmic independence in both parts
Independence in 3/4
Blues with a beat
Whompin' the blues
Back to the future
Half note bass
Quarter note bass
Quarter note bass in 3/4 time
Half note plus quarter note in 3/4 time
Refurbishing Twofers
Deja vu: Part 4 review
Slower melody, faster bass
Shuffling Home
It's a wrap!
Further study

SECTION TWO: Creating Fingerstyle Jazz Guitar Solos
SECTION TWO/Part 1: Preparing to create a fingerstyle jazz solo
May I presume--?
Special Note: No TAB or audio here
Selecting a tune
Both melody and chord symbols are on the original sheet music
Lead sheet fragment
It can be played easily as is
It is basically in one key
It is in a good guitar key
It is in a range convenient for adding harmony below the melody
Trial run for tunes
Tune 1
Tune 2
Raising the melody one octave higher
Changing keys by counting steps
TALE OF KEYS (arranged by half step intervals)
You could trace them down
Accidentals
Chord symbols
Tune 2 transposed to D
How high is high enough?
Setting up the tune for arranging
Conventions of notation for fingerstyle guitar
Tune 2 in G, stems up
It's a singer's world
Tune 3 with original piano lead sheet and vocal part
Tune 3 with stems up, eighth notes beamed

SECTION TWO/Part 2: Accompanying yourself
What's next
Adding to this band of one
Rooting for the root
When to change the bass note
Rhythm changes
Two more
Twofers
Bass notes in 3/4 time
Threefers
Making the bass more independent
Rhythm Changes with quarter notes in the bass
Making repetition less repetitious
Variation on four quarter notes
Rhythm Changes with syncopated bass
Alternating octaves
Alternating Octave Blues
When to use which bass rhythm
Getting it down on paper

SECTION TWO/Part 3: Oom-pah power
Root/fifth
Great Scott!
Finding the root/fifth of a scale
Root/fifth of the C major chord
Oom-pah Rhythm Changes
Putting some oomph into the oom-pah
Lowering the oom-pah
The not-so-perfect fifth
Let's all root for the fifth
View of Blues
Your turn

SECTION TWO/Part 4: Marking major and minor
Distinguished notes
Locating thirds using scales
Using the C major scale to locate major thirds
finding minor thirds
Using the C melodic minor scale to locate minor thirds
Absolute measuring: the chromatic scale
The chromatic scale spelled in sharps
The chromatic scale spelled in flats
Juggling thirds
Exercise A
Exercise B
Building chords by stacking thirds
Two plus two
Using major and minor thirds in arranging
Mandatory thirds
Rhythm Changes with thirds
An OK Place to Be
Sequences
Answers to Exercises A and B

SECTION TWO/ Part 5: Accompanying with arpeggios
The Natural
Rhythm Changes with arpeggios
Right-hand fingering
Left-hand fingering
Alternate arpeggiation style
Arpeggio samples
Reality enters
Rhythm Changes with reality
Your turn

SECTION TWO/ Part 6: Harmonizing a melody with a third below
Quick and EZ thirds
Making the top note ring out
Rhythm Changes in thirds
Interval makeup of chord symbols
Perfect matches-- or not
Adjusting the fit
Bringing back the bass
Rhythm Changes in thirds plus bass
Third this blues
Third this blues (completed)
TABLE OF THIRDS

SECTION TWO/ Part 7: Harmonizing with tenths
Tenths: the dropped third
Rhythm Changes with parallel tenths in the bass
Rhythm Changes with mixed intervals
Improvisation on Rhythm Changes
Trippingly, with tenths
Walking tenths
Accompaniment using walking tenths
TABLE OF TENTHS
There's tenthing tonight on the old camp ground

SECTION TWO/ Part 8: Harmonizing with sixths
Another natural
Rhythm Changes déjà vu
Multipurpose sixths
Parallel Me, Baby
Crackers and Muscles
Show Me the Way to Go Sixths
TABLE OF SIXTHS
Crackers and Muscles (completed)
Congratulations!
More is less
Training in A

SECTION THREE: Professional Fingerstyle Jazz Guitar

SECTION THREE/Part 1: Harmonic background
Complete fingerstyle jazz guitar
May I presume--?
Something to play upon
Jazz harmony
Chord qualities
Standard chord voicings
Root position, thirds an octave higher
Root position, thirds and fifths an octave higher
HARMONIC MOVEMENT
Harmonic movement based on scale steps
Diatonic walking tenths
Diatonic walking sixths
Harmonic movement based on the cycle of fifths
Root movement using the cycle
Focusing on fifths
Chromatic harmonic movement
Mixers
Ascending by half step

SECTION THREE/Part 2: Self accompanying
One is company
SINGLE NOTE ACCOMPANIMENT OF MELODY
Root movement
Double bass notes, root movement
Mixes bass rhythms
Repeated figure bass
Root/fifth alternation (simple)
Other alternating bass notes
Non-root movement
Walking bass (diatonic)
Walking bass (chromatic)
Anticipation
Delaying
Folk jazz
More
TWO NOTE ACCOMPANIMENT OF THE MELODY
An abundance of riches
Stomp romp
Alternating bass on hormones
When melody and bass overlap
Oom-pah meets arps
Melody accompanied by tenths in the bass
Autumn Sneeze
Piano movements
Closer voicing
Leading with a two-note comp
Sneezing and comping
More non-root movement
Music in three parts

SECTION THREE/Part 3: Capable accompanist accoutrements
Fingerstyle accompanying
Those other playmates in your sandbox
Accompanying singers
Crush
Guitar and bass comping behind a soloist
Some Day My Prints Will Arrive
Guitar duets
Imagine Nation
Accompanying with one note at a time
My Gummy Valentine
Walking-bass-plus-chord
Bird Adobe Song
Guitar and flute duet
Body and Sole
Guitar and --

SECTION THREE/Part 4: Expressive devices of jazz
Making jazz jazzy
The underlying rhythmic pulse: Quarter note
The feeling of swing
Accented notes on off-beats
Oo-bah oo-bah
Ghosting notes by plucking lightly
Ghosting notes by using slurs
Slides and fall-offs
Bends
Rhythmic displacement
The whole thing
In a Yellow Phone

SECTION THREE/Part 5: Pedaling the cycle of fifths
Why the cycle of fifths is important
Notation conventions
Root movement
V7-I with opposing movement
V7-V7 with mixed movement
V7-I tritone pull
Chords, pieces, and lines
The spread
More tenths
Bassman--the bass, man!
Challenge
Harmony today
Less relentless
Cycled out

SECTION THREE/Part 6: Intros, endings, turnarounds, tags & modulations
Yipes!
An introduction by any other name
The ins and outs of I-V7, V7-I, and IV-I
INTRODUCTIONS
A moving experience
Classic drama
Vamp
II-V7 within one measure
II-V7 over two measures
Purposeful ambiguity
Peaceful, easy feeling
2-in-1 EZ cheap trick
ENDINGS
Cycling to the end
Minor matter
Turnarounds (turnbacks)
Turnaround with modulation
TAGS (Codas)
Tag me if you can
Tag, you're it
MODULATION
Nothing special
Instant modulation: V7-I
Taking time
Back cycling
Smoother moves: II-V7-I
Descending chromatically
Approaching by half step
Mozart's fakeroo

SECTION THREE/Part 7: Fun Jazz
Are we having fun yet?
Blew Moo
Good Evening, Friends
Ain't Miss Bee Haven
Stringing the World Along
Roots in A
Bird Abode Song
3 on 4
Walkdown
Further study

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€49,99

FAST FORWARD JAZZ GUITAR IMPROVISATION LIBRO CD TABLATURE be-bop scale-advanced techniques

FAST FORWARD, JAZZ GUITAR IMPROVISATION. CD TAB.

So you want to play jazz and improvise like a real pro? This book will show you how, fast! First learn a few basics: the all-important scales, fingering and chord sequences, starting with a simple Bossa nova solo. then move on to arpeggios and more complex patterns such as the be-bop scale. Experiment with melodic shapes and discover the jazz-based blues progression used at most standard jazz gigs. The music examples then demonstrate rhythmic and free flowing ideas with lots of tips on the advanced techniques used by professional jazzers. In no time at all you will be creating your own solos in the style of such great jazz legends as Wes Montgomery, Charlie Christian, Sonny Rollins and Jim Hall.
Five complete solos are included in the book in easy-to-follow tab.
On the CD you'll find a matching audio track to every music example in the book. Each track is recorded twice: first with the guitar, the with backing track only so you can play the guitar part.

Price: €18,99
€18,99

JAZZ HARMONY ON THE GUITAR-SMITH-CD LIBRO MANUALE ARMONIA MUSICA JAZZ VOICING CHITARRA

JAZZ HARMONY ON THE GUITAR, Smith. CD

Series: Jazz Book
Publisher: Houston Publishing, Inc.
Medium: Softcover with CD
Composer: Stan Smith

This approach to studying jazz harmony provides an appropriate sound in a jazz setting early in guitarists' development and gives them a foundation in both linear and structural harmonic concepts, preparing them for more advanced theoretical concepts. Other applications for this book/CD pack include voicings for percussionists developing four mallet technique on vibes, and material for band directors who want to use the guitar to its fullest potential, and for arrangers writing for the guitar. 56 pages.

Price: €39,99
€39,99

JAZZ RHYTHM GUITAR JACK GRASSEL BOOK CD LIBRO CHITARRA METODO

JAZZ RHYTHM GUITAR. J. Grassel. CD

The Complete Guide
Series: Guitar Educational
Medium: Softcover with CD
Author: Jack Grassel

This book/CD pack by award-winning guitarist and distinguished teacher Jack Grassel will help rhythm guitarists better understand: chord symbols and voicings; comping styles and patterns; equipment, accessories and set-up; the fingerboard; chord theory; and much more. The accompanying CD includes 74 full-band tracks. 80 pages

Price: €21,99
€21,99
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