Jazz Music Collection for Jazz Experts and Those Who Want To Be
Jazz Music Expert? Want to be? Developing your jazz improvisation skills? Even if you’re one of those geniuses who maintains the Akashic Records of Jazz Music (http://www.JazzMusicReviewWeb.com) at your fingertips ready to impress jazz masters with your game-show level knowledge and jazz improvisation skills, here is a Jazz music reference collection like no other. Designed for jazz fans, jazz educators, students and musicians everywhere, this Jazz Music and Jazz Improvisation Collection (http://www.JazzMusicReviewWeb.com) includes 5,500 pages, 22 beautifully printed volumes, 10 jazz improvisation e-books, 22 jazz CDs with 300 tracks.
This Jazz Music set is designed for a lifetime of enjoyment and jazz education. It features hundreds of reviews, jazz directories, history, and comprehensive interviews with leading and emerging artists including Sonny Rollins, Pat Metheny, George Benson, Wayne Shorter, Esperanza Spalding and many others. These conversations provide insight into the ideas, philosophies and driving energy behind the music.
Exhaustive 20 and 30-page features explore the lives, performance careers and the body of recordings by stylists including Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz, Wes Montgomery, Miles Davis, Bill Evans, Clifford Brown, Art Blakey, Billy Taylor, Buddy Rich and more.
Additionally, for those who make music there are hundreds of note-for-note transcriptions of solos by influential improvisers, song lead sheets, instructional articles and exercises to develop one’s jazz improvisation skills, and music mastery as an instrumentalist, vocalist and composer. Fewer than 200 sets remain, and will not be reprinted.
This Jazz Music treasury provides a lifetime of wisdom and jazz improvisation and an intimate understanding about what makes jazz music so vital and endlessly dynamic as America’s Original Classic Art Form.
To get a free downloadable sample e-book (176-pages) of one of the 22 printed volumes, send an e-mail with the words JAZZ MUSIC in the Subject field to firstname.lastname@example.org
For those jazz fans - from beginners to masters of jazz improvisation - who also happen to make music or want to learn how to make music and improvise jazz music, there is a lifetime of learning. More than 1,500 pages in the 10 e-books include jazz theory, note-for-note transcriptions of improvised solos by world-renowned artists; an abundance of song lead sheets from the Great American Standard Songbook and the jazz music repertoire; arrangements including scores and parts for small group and big band; plus hundreds of practical exercises for instrumentalists using chord changes to standard songs to help develop practical expertise with scales, chords, patterns and intervals. Comprehensive song analyses illuminate the history, harmony and structures of the songs. Jazz fans who are non-musicians will find this information invaluable in becoming better listeners.
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