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Jazz Guitar Harmony: The Melodic Approach. 9781562243050
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Jazz Guitar Harmony: The Melodic Approach

Aebersold. 2016

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  • EAN: 9781562243050
  • ISBN: 978-1-56224-305-0
  • Editorial: Aebersold
  • Fecha de edición: 2016
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Dimensiones: 21,5x28
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Nº páginas: 104

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2 CDs enclosed.

Learn jazz guitar harmony in a logical, step-by-step way that is always focused on gig-ready applications.

Harmony-melody relationship is explored in detail via "hands on" examples that start with simple voicings over common chord changes ( II-V-I, I-VI-II-V and others) and moves on to comping over well-known jazz standards and blues. The standards are fully notated with beautiful and lush passing chords in the style of the great guitarists. Finally, learn how to harmonize jazz heads.

All examples are written in both standard notation and TAB. The book is accompanied by two CDs of play-a-long tracks (with bass and drums) and full demonstration tracks (guitar/bass/drums).


1. Major chord (as tonic)
2. Minor 7th chords (as II chords in major keys)
3. Dominant 7th chords (as V chords in major keys)
4. II-V-I progressions in major keys
5. Transposition
6. Minor chords (as tonic)
7. Half-diminished chords (as II chords in minor keys)
8. Dominant 7th chords (as diatonic V chords in minor keys)
9. II-V-I progression in minor keys
10. Other dominant 7th chords
11. I-VI-II-V progression with chromaticisms
12. Jazz harmony: the basic principles
13. Reharmonization
14. Comping for selected jazz standards
15. Comping for the blues
16. Chord melody arrangements of selected jazz standards

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