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Building Walking Bass Lines. 9780793542048
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Building Walking Bass Lines

Hal Leonard. 1993

Ficha técnica

  • EAN: 9780793542048
  • ISBN: 978-0-7935-4204-8
  • Editorial: Hal Leonard
  • Fecha de edición: 1993
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Dimensiones: 23x30,5
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Nº páginas: 64

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"Ed Friedland really helped me expand my style during the pre-production of PUMP. I'd recommend this book to anyone who wants their walkin' to get them further down the road." (Tom Hamilton, Aerosmith)

"[This book] fills a void in essential educational material for contemporary bass somehow previously left vacant... Thanks Ed, for this book! It's not only indispensable, it's also going to save me a lot of trouble in the future when it comes time to hip someone to walking bass lines." (Tim Landers)

"This book gives the beginning student the basic knowledgement he or she needs to get started on the use of the walking bass line and it's application to the music. I welcome this addition to my library of teaching materials." (Harvie Swartz)

"Ed Friedland's book is a well organized instructional book that almost certainly will guarantee success to those who take it seriously and accept the responsibility it asks of the individual bassist." (David Friesen)

"Scrupulously balderdash-free." (Red Mitchell)


Goal statement
Using the recording
Top priority
Reading music
Basics of reading music
Basics of chord construction

Part One
-Walking the blues: from the bottom up
-More practice with roots
-Adding the fifth
-More practice with the fifths
-Two new keys for the blues
-Approach notes/chromatic approach
-Lines with chromatic approach
-More practice with chromatic approach
-Double chromatic approach
-Dominant approach
-Lines with dominant approach
-New keys for dominant approach
-Lines with chromatic and dominant approach
-New keys for chormatic and dominant approach
-Scale approach
-More practice with scale approach
-Combining the approaches
-Combining the approaches: with analysis
-Rhythm changes: sample lines
-Rhythm changes

Part Two
-Scales you should know
-Scalewise motion
-Using scalewise motion
-Lines with scalewise motion
-More practice with scalewise motion
-The next step
-Scale motion on rhythm changes
-More arpeggiation
-A word about chord progressions: The II-V-I
-Arpeggiation on rhythm changes
-Advanced approach techniques
-Using indirect resolution
-Using chromatic motion
-Chromatic motion on rhythm changes
-A closing word

-Using the standard chord progressions
-Standard progression 1
-Standard progression 2
-Standard progression 3
-Standard progression 4
-Standard progression 5
-Standard progression 6
-Standard progression 7
-Standard progression 8
-Standard progression 9
-Standard progression 10

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