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Christopher Norton: Improvise Microjazz: Alto Saxophone And Accomp.

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COMPOSER: Christopher Norton
PUBLISHER: Boosey and Hawkes
An easy step-by-step method of learning to improvise. Simple transposition exercises and short, structured solos lead to controlled, confident improvisations. Improvise Microjazz can be dipped into or worked through in sequence. Chord symbols are used throughout, and each unit ends with a new
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Composer Christopher Norton
Publisher Boosey and Hawkes
Difficulty Intermediate
Genre Jazz
ISMN 9790060085673
Instrumentation Alto Saxophone And Accomp.
No. BH2400009
Number of pages 40
Series Microjazz
Description
An easy step-by-step method of learning to improvise. Simple transposition exercises and short, structured solos lead to controlled, confident improvisations. Improvise Microjazz can be dipped into or worked through in sequence. Chord symbols are used throughout, and each unit ends with a new Microjazz piece, providing the player with an opportunity to relax by playing some written out music with no decisions to make. Microjazz is the world famous series of pieces based on classical technique yet using popular contemporary styles such as jazz, blues, rock 'n' roll and funk. Microjazz helps you develop musicianship and technique through the familiar sounds and styles of popularmusic. It is this unique combination of modern genres with traditional technique that has made Microjazz an international success with teachers and players, and one of the most widely used educational series ever published. New technology brings Microjazz alive and adds an exciting interactive dimension to practice and performance. Based on classical technique Microjazz is a great way to introduce rhythm and develop co-ordination skills whilst being fun for all ages and standards. A great motivator for the reluctant student and the pieces are equally effective on acoustic or electronic instruments.
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