Disponibilidade: Em estoque
Editora: Hal Leonard Mar
Autor/Artista: John LaPorta
Instrumento: Instrumentos em Bb (Si Bemol)
Formato: Livro / Partitura / 90 páginas / Audio Online
Muitos músicos conhecidos aprenderam a desenvolver seu estilo usando as técnicas apresentadas neste livro. Publicado em 1968 e completamente ampliado e revisado nesta última edição, este método mostra um enfoque prático e intuitivo, através de 12 aulas acompanhadas de audio online, trazendo informações de teoria de jazz, treinamento rítmico, percepção auditiva e muito mais!
A book that needs no introduction to those in the jazz world, John LaPorta's A Guide to Jazz Improvisation has helped countless musicians in developing a natural and intuitive approach to improvising. A teacher of jazz improvisation for over fifty years, LaPorta's unique, straight-forward, and simple approach has become the standard by which other jazz improvisation methods are measured. This book is an invaluable touchstone for every aspiring jazz musician.
A long and impressive list of famous and successful musicians credit LaPorta's method as key in their stylistic and technical development. As if this wasn't enough, this new publication comes with an interactive CD for ear and performance training, with tracks from a Berklee faculty jazz band! Jazz theory is unraveled and made clear in this clearly written and amazing book.
This method includes:
.Jazz theory with practical explanations and applications of the jazz language
.Rhythm training with interactive call-and-response exercises on audio online
.Performance ear training with play-along and improvisation exercises on audio online
.0pporunities to improvise with a Berklee Jazz faculty band on audio online
About the Author
John LaPorta, professor emeritus at Berklee College of Music, has composed, arranged, performed, and recorded with such jazz greats as Kenny Clarke, Miles Davis, Dizzie Gillespie, Woody Herman, Charles Mingus, Charlie Parker, Herb Pomeroy, Lester Young, and many others. LaPorta has also performed with the New York Philharmonic under the direction of Leonard Bernstein.