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Jazz Composition: Theory And Practice


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Media: Book, CD
Catalogue #: HL50448000
ISBN: 9780876390016
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Description

Based upon the Berklee Jazz Composition and Arranging Curriculum, this fully comprehensive guide covers all aspects of writing effective and inventive Jazz compositions. Features include:

  • A full range of styles from the Blues to Fusion and beyond.
  • Melodies created using intervallic patterns, guide tone lines, compound lines, antecedent/consequent phrasing and melodic tension.
  • All aspects of tonal and modal harmony including inversions, pedal points and reharmonisation.
  • Elements of form including intros, endings, interludes and backgrounds.
  • Apply knowledge to any kind of soloist or ensemble, from Sax to Big Band.

    All elements of the book are complemented by the accompanying CD, including a listening tour of an entire extended Jazz work. A highly substantial and important volume.




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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 11/11/2004
Format: Theory
Length: 238 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Berklee Press
Author: Ted Pease

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