Ollie Weston: Exploring Jazz Clarinet

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Catalogue No: ED13350
Format: Audio / Video | Backing Tracks
This definitive book is designed for the intermediate clarinettist looking for an introduction to the world of jazz. Renowned jazz saxophonist Ollie Weston introduces key concepts step by step, explaining clearly and simply throughout, with the minimum of musical jargon. Improvisation is featured from the very beginning, with authentic live jazz trio recordings on the accompanying CD for you to play along with. Key subjects covered include: modes, swing playing, melodic development, the 2-5-1 progression, jazz blues progressions, pentatonic scales, jazz chord extensions, stylistic development, unique clarinet sounds and many more.
ISBN: 9781847612366
Skill Level: Intermediate-Advanced Explain this
Published on: 02 March 2011
No of pages: 204
Language: English
Publisher: Schott Music
 
     
       

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        Easy to read
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        10 out of 10

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        Great so long as you have the up to date CD/MP3 playing equipment that reads the mp3 content of the enclosed disc as well as the CD content. All the early exercises require playing of this part of the CD.
        So happened I updated mine and can NOW use the book!
        Confirmed purchase: 17 January 2014
        Published on: 28 June 2014

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        4
        Absolutely what I wanted to learn jazz improvisation, HOWEVER book comes complete with a CD containing 60 mins of play-along tracks and 120 mins of MP3 tracks. Have only been able to load the 60 mins to my computer and as the 120 mins are the ones that need to be uploaded am somewhat disappointed, especially as all the early exercises are accompanied by MP3 tracks (Even my 4 youngsters in their 20s can't understand how to access the MP3 tracks.) Would certainly be 5 star if I could use the book!
        Anonymous - (Liskeard, United Kingdom)

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