Editora: Hal Leonard
Autor/Artista: Julie Lyonn Lieberman
Formato: Livro Físico / 136 páginas
PRAZO DA ENCOMENDA: 90 DIA(S)
Improvising Violin é um guia completo sobre a arte e a ciência da improvisação de cordas. Com explicações e instruções claras, passo a passo, o aclamado professor e intérprete Lieberman divide todos os componentes necessários para dominar a improvisação nos estilos jazz, blues, swing, folk, rock e new age, oferecendo dezenas de dicas úteis sobre teoria e técnica ao longo do caminho. Prefácio por Darol Anger.
Written for the violinist who longs to leave the confines of the written page, Improvising Violin is a comprehensive guide to the art and science of successful string improvisation. With clear, step-by-step explanations and instructions, acclaimed teacher and performer Lieberman breaks down all of the components necessary to master improvisation in jazz, blues, swing, folk, rock and new age styles, offering dozens of helpful tips on theory and technique along the way. Preface by Darol Anger.
"Lieberman's book contains a wealth of information and is a gem of organization."
-AMERICAN MUSIC TEACHER
“Ms. Lieberman offers this volume as a guide to violinists who are interested in playing jazz, blues or other improvised forms. In an organized manner, she takes them by the hand for their first steps, and leads them into deeper waters...”
– Bill Crow, Allegro
“For the fiddler who doesn't like to stay with the notes, Julie Lyonn Lieberman has put together what seems like the ultimate collection of information about improvisation on the violin.”_
- Suburbia Today, Gannet
“A comprehensive examination of violin improvisation styles in glues, swing, jazz, rock, and fusion.”_- Downbeat