Jamey Aebersold: Maiden Voyage Volume 54 (Book/CD)

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Catalogue No: JA054C
Format: Audio / Video | Backing Tracks

Eleven essential jazz standards and 3 important 'workout' tracks for the student ready to make the transition from playing scales, chords and exercises to playing popular jazz standards. This book is an excellent reference material that can be used as a resource for beginning improvisation actual tunes instead of exercises! Features slower tempos and easier changes. Each selection includes it’s own specific tips and suggestions on how to approach soloing over it. Scales are written out for every chord change.

ISBN: 9781562242121
Skill Level: Intermediate-Advanced Explain this
Published on: 18 May 2000
No of pages: 72
Language: English
 
     
       

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        Jamey Aebersold: Maiden Voyage Volume 54 (Book/CD) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Easy to read
        9.0
        Quality of content
        9.2
        Value for money
        9.2
        Overall rating
        9.7
        Scores 9.7 out of 10 based on 6 reviews
        10 out of 10

        Monica

        Guildford GB
        +
        The backing track is excellent.
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 27 June 2016
        Published on: 15 July 2016
        10 out of 10

        Pauline

        Hull GB Sax player
        +
        Lots of useful information on the theory of improvisation.
        The pieces are scored for all instruments - concert, Eb, and Bb so if you play several instruments you just need the one book. This makes it very good value for money.
        The backing tracks are good.
        Nothing
        Confirmed purchase: 12 January 2016
        Published on: 03 February 2016
        10 out of 10

        Andrew

        Thetford GB mediocre bass player
        +
        Book is split in 3 sections for different keyed instruments ie bass treble and concert .
        Scales to play over the chords used in the songs
        Good way to learn to play jazz
        Scales are a bit tight on page making slight hard to read ,may be better is spread over two pages.
        Bass lines in book are not same as played ,if you want note for note bass lines you have to buy another book
        Confirmed purchase: 14 February 2014
        Published on: 25 June 2014

        Musicroom Reviews

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        5
        cahier conseillé par mon prof de saxo, très bon embarquement pour jazz, blues
        Anonymous - (Comines, France)
        5
        The first book I used as an introduction to jazz standards and performance. It has since become my main teaching book for jazz beginners, full of good tunes and nicely laid out chord structures.
        Anonymous - (Newport, United Kingdom)
        5
        This is a good book. Fourteen cool tracks transposed into keys suitable for various instruments such as tenor sax, alto sax, Bb clarinet and trumpet. Each track has useful guidelines on soloing and there is a helpful section on scales provided. The recordings on the cd are also well produced.
        Anonymous - ()
        5
        A really great book for anyone wanting to learn to improvise, I recommend to all.
        Anonymous - ()
        4
        Book covers Bb, C, Eb and bass instruments so is very good value. Helpful comments about famous recordings are useful for what the tune could be like! If you were that good. Good fun to play around with even if you dont want to play jazz seriously.
        Anonymous - (Isle of Bute, United Kingdom)
        4
        I enjoyed using these melodies and found the blues ones very helpful.
        Anonymous - (Stockton-on-Tees, United Kingdom)
        5
        Très bien pour commencer à s'essayer à l'improvisation. Du blues et du jazz dans des gammes simples!!
        Anonymous - (lyon, France)
        5
        Fantastic. Abersold knows jazz.
        Anonymous - (Irvine, United Kingdom)
        4
        This book is alot of fun! It is very challenging, but you feel you are making progress. If you are new to improvisation, pick up this book. You will learn.
        Anonymous - (High Wycombe, United Kingdom)

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