BACKUP TRAX: BASIC BLUES FOR GUITAR Dix Bruce BOOK & CD TABLATURE SPARTITI CHITARRA LIBRO

BACKUP TRAX: BASIC BLUES FOR GUITAR. SHEET MUSIC BOOK WITH CD & GUITAR TABLATURE. 

LIBRO DI MUSICA BLUES CON CD.

SPARTITI PER CHITARRA CON:

ACCORDI PENTAGRAMMA TABLATURE.

Learn to play 14 classic blues the best way--by doing! This book and CD provide your backup band as you explore Country and Urban, Acoustic and Electric, Delta, Texas, Chicago, Slide Guitar, Alternate Tuning, Traditional, and Modern styles in many different major and minor keys and in a variety of tempos. Melodies are first presented on the recording at a slow speed with just guitar, then repeated at regular speed with the band. Finally, you can play along with the hot blues rhythm section alone, and you’ve got the makings of a dynamite blues jam session. You’ll play all the leads and solos! Repeat a tune or passage as many times as you want at slow or regular speed. We’ll jam all night long! Beginners and intermediate players can practice basic skills. Advanced players can hone their improvisation chops. The split track recording allows you to hear either just the melody from one speaker, just the rhythm section from the other, or both for maximum flexibility and specific study. The book includes melodies, chord diagrams and guitar tablature.

Welcome to BackUp TRAX: Basic Blues - 14 pieces carefully chosen to represent a variety of tunes and keys encountered in the basic blues repertoire. BackUp TRAX: Basic Blues is a sampler of Country and Urban Blues, Acoustic and Electric Blues, Delta Blues,Texas Blues, Chicago Blues, Slide Guitar Blues, Traditional and Modem Blues in many different major and minor keys. Each tune is played by a crack backup band: guitar, bass, drums, keyboards and harmonica, which is sure to inspire you to play your best. Each tune is presented at the slow speed fIrst, followed by the regular speed version with melody, and fmally, the regular speed version where you supply all the leads. In each case the melody is panned to the right channel to allow you to isolate it as you study. The rhythm section is panned to the left channel (guitar on the slow versions, most of the band on the regular speed versions) so that you can also isolate it.Tuning tones are included at the beginning of the CD. Tips for working with BackUp TRAX: Basic Blues I designed BackUp TRAX to be a rhythm section for players of all abilities to jam along with and work out their soloing ideas. Though BackUp TRAX are not intended to be method books for improvising in the given style,! will offer suggestions here and there on how to approach the individual tunes. There are many good blues guitar methods on the market which examine the scales, chords and other elements that make up the style.The most important thing, though, is for you to play what you feel and discover your own voice in the process. This process is analogous to learning a new language: melodies, riffs, keys, and scales are your musical vocabulary, grammar and syntax. Along the way you'll experiment with different elements and discover how to combine them in ways that feel most natural to you and express your feelings best. The goal is to make the process second nature by training your head, fmgers, and soul in the mechanics of playing your instrument in your style. Ultimately it'll become as automatic as speech.Along the way, the most important thing is to have fun as you take the music wherever you want it to go. Here are a few suggestions for working with BackUP TRAX: Basic Blues. 1) Before you play, familiarize yourself with the melodies and chord progressions of each tune by listening and reading along. 2) Once you're acquainted with the tunes, memorize the melodies while playing along with the slow version of the piece. Gradually work your way up to the regular speed version. Knowing a song's melody and chord progression is essential in the improvisation process. Older blues and jazz players I know refer to improvisation as "takeoff," where the melody is the starting point for elaborating or "taking off" from the tune and inventing new melodic ideas. 3) Analyze the chords. All of the tunes are written with the classic chord progressions and in the various styles of basic blues. You'll find that the blues repertoire, literally thousands of tunes, is largely based on a very few distinct chord progressions combined in different ways to make up most of the tunes. Because of this simplicity of form, the blues genre is universal the world over. Recognizing these progressions is essential to understanding how a tune works and how it relates to other similar tunes. Note the number of measures in the form, for example, twelve bar blues, sixteen bar blues, or twenty four bar blues. Identify the key a tune is in and whether it's major or minor. Learn to recognize the elements of the progression and which chords are played where. For example, "two measures of I (one) followed by two measures of IV (four)." It's especially important to identify the chords by their Roman numeral names, which defIne a chord's function in a progression and key as opposed to their letter names which reveal much less.You'll also fInd that most professional musicians refer to chords in keys by their Roman numerals. It's a clear and concise way to communicate on stage and makes transposing from one key to another much easier. It all begins with the major scale. Look at the C major scale below with its notes (also called "scale degrees") numbered. Notice that we use Arabic and not Roman numerals. Generally Arabic numerals are used to name notes in a scale, Roman numerals to name chords in a key. "Wh" and "1/2" identify the whole and half step intervals between the notes of the major scale. Each major scale has seven different notes, "do" to "ti;' and seven different chords built on and named by them. This will remain the same for every key. 

Format: Book/CD Set
ISBN: 0786676698
UPC: 796279105545
ISBN13: 9780786676699
Series: Building Excellence Audio Series

Contents:

CD CONTENTS:
HOW BACKUP TRAX WORK:
FORWARD TO BACKUP TRAX
INTRODUCTION TO BACKUP TRAX: BASIC BLUES
CHORD, SCALE, & TRANSPOSITION CHART
MEMPHIS MINNIE BLUES (Uptempo Country Blues)
BORN TO DIE (Bottleneck/Slide)
WHEN I LAY MY BURDEN DOWN (Gospel/Country Blues)
KISSIN’ AIN’T NO CRIME (Medium 1950s R & B Rock Blues)
T-MODEL FORD BLUES (Shuffle)
C MINOR BLUES (Slow Modern/Urban Blues)
HONEY BABE (Uptempo Texas/Country Blues)
THE HIGHWAY BLUES (Slow Shuffle)
JUMP BLUES (Fast 1940s Rhythm & Blues)
FROGS FOR SNAKES (Very Slow Texas/Delta Blues)
G MINOR BLUES (Medium Modern/Urban Blues)
TUXEDO BLUES (Rock & Roll Rhumba)
ROCKABILLY BOOGIE (Very Fast Rockabilly)
CREAM IN MY COFFEE (Jazz Blues)
AFTERWARD
THE BAND
GUITAR CHORDS USED IN BACKUP TRAX: BASIC BLUES
BLUES GUITARISTS

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