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Product NameLinear Jazz Improvisation Method Book I
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Published06/16/2011
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Long DescriptionThis text-only volume provides a comprehensive introduction to the core concepts and techniques of the Linear Jazz Improvisation Method. Using a wealth of examples from the jazz repertory, the book avoids theoretical terminology and focuses on the four essential elements present in every composition: melody, guide-tone lines, root progression, and rhythm. Understanding these "building blocks" of improvisation, you will be ready to put them into practice throughout your course of study.
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