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The Essence of Bebop Trombone

10 Great Studies in the Style and Language of Bebop

By Jim Snidero

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10 Great Studies in the Style and Language of Bebop. Composed by Jim Snidero. Brass - Trombone Method or Collection; Improvisation; Method/Instruction; Play-Along; Technique Musicianship. Advance Music. Jazz. Book; Digital Download. Advance Music #01-ADV14743. Published by Advance Music (AP.1-ADV14743).

Item Number: AP.1-ADV14743

English.

The Essence of Bebop is by critically acclaimed New York saxophonist Jim Snidero and reveals the heart and soul of this groundbreaking jazz style and is the first real manual for mastering bebop. The 10 fun-to-play studies are inspired by Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins, John Coltrane, and many more, offering a unique basis for in-depth study and analysis. Historical insights as well as recommended listening and reading make this edition an indispensable part of jazz education.

Each etude includes a study guide that covers jazz theory, but also goes well beyond the math, providing insight into how bebop masters mold solos into profound musical statements. Concepts of shape, timing, balance and pacing provide the framework in which ideas unfold and flow. Additional examples, practice suggestions, historical perspectives, listening and reading suggestions (60-plus pages total) result in an instant classic that's perfect for individual or classroom study.

The downloadable play-along recording has versions with and without the soloist, and features Michael Dease (trombone), Mike LeDonne (piano), Peter Washington (bass), and Joe Farnsworth (drums). Included is special information on how to play bebop on the trombone. Since being a member of the first class of jazz students at Juilliard School, trombonist Michael Dease has gone on to be included in Downbeat Magazine polls, performing, and recording with many of today's best jazz artists. He has several recordings as a leader, and is a professor at Michigan State University.

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