Jazz Guitar 101
Study the styles of some of the most influential jazz guitarists, and learn the basics behind the jazz language: chord/scale usage, building melodic tension, and improvisation techniques.
Arranging 1: Rhythm Section
Essential learning for anyone interested in arranging music for a band, Arranging 1 explores all aspects of writing and arranging for the rhythm section.
Arranging: Small Ensemble and Horns
Develop your writing and arranging skills for smaller bands and larger ensembles and learn techniques that can be applied to both live instrumentation or sequenced/sampled sounds.
Arranging: Contemporary Styles
Learn to create your own original grooves by analyzing, writing, sequencing and recording the rhythms and styles that have influenced western contemporary music.
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Modern Jazz Voicings: Arranging for Small and Medium Ensemblesby Ken Pullig, Ted Pease
How do you get that modern jazz sound?
Performers and Arrangers: Add color, character, and sophistication to your chord voicings. Learn to use fourths, clusters, upper-structure triads, and other advanced arranging and performing techniques for three to six parts.
This is the definitive text used for the time-honored Chord Scales course at Berklee College of Music.
Through a step-by-step process with exercises and recorded examples, the authors guide you through the intricacies of deriving "non-tertial" voicings from the right chord scales and applying them to various musical situations.
Become fluent in these techniques and use them effectively to express your own music:
About the AuthorsTed Pease Ken Pullig
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